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Use the following code for 10% off (Exp: Today after 7K uses): 6PMFB82720141047

6pm.com is a shoes and clothing closeout website owned by Amazon and Zappos offering discounts up to 89% off retail. Shipping is free on all orders.

-Great deals on Crocs to buy for Yom Kippur. Starting at just $10.79 with discount.

-Up to 55% off Samsonite luggage

-Up to 69% off Converse

-Up to 68% off Nine West

-Up to 70% off Uggs

-Up to 68% off Women’s Flats

-Up to 81% off Coach

-Up to 81% off Men’s Clothing

-Up to 69% off Men’s Calvin Klein Shoes

-Up to 75% off Women’s Mia shoes

-Up to 79% off Puma products

-Up to 80% off Cole Haan

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TOMS Promo Codes Roundup

Limit of 1 promo code per order.

-For 25% off of select TOMS click on this link, click on shop campus classics, and apply the following code on the payment page (Exp: 08/29): EXTRACREDIT

-For $5 off $25 sitewide click on this link and apply the following code on the payment page (Exp: 08/31): SUMMER15

-For 15% off sitewide click on this link and apply the following code on the payment page (Exp: 09/01): SEPTEMBER

-For $20 off $75 sitewide click on this link, enter your email, click to activate savings, and $20 will be automatically taken off.

Shipping is currently free on $25+ orders.

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30 Pack Of Stretch Island Fruit Leathers For $7.48-$9.36 Shipped From Amazon With Subscribe & Save

Update: The 20% off coupon is now dead.
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See all eligible 20% off items via this link. (Limit one use per account)

Choose from:
Pack of 30 Stretch Island Original Fruit Leather, Summer Strawberry
Pack of 30 Stretch Island All-Natural Autumn Apple Fruit Strips
Pack of 30 Stretch Island Original Fruit Leather, Apricot
Pack of 30 Stretch Island Original Fruit Leather, Orchard Cherry
Pack of 30 Stretch Island Original Fruit Leather, Ripened Raspberry
Pack of 30 Stretch Island Original Fruit Leather, Grape

-Click on the 20% off coupon to save on your subscribe and save order.

Then use Subscribe & Save to pay $11.86 with free shipping, less the 20% coupon= $9.36 shipped.

If you subscribe to 5 items then the price drops to $8.11. If you have Amazon Mom and subscribe to 5 items to be shipped in your next monthly shipment then you will get 20% off, dropping the price to $7.48 shipped.

If you add enough items before your next monthly Subscribe & Save order goes out then the price for all subscription items will automatically drop to the lower price with the 15% or 20% off. It can be worth adding more subscribe and save items before they ship so that you save up to 20% on all the items you subscribe to.

With Subscribe and Save you will get free shipping without any minimum purchase. You can cancel the subscribe and save service with absolutely no obligation or penalty once the item ships. To do so just click here to manage your subscriptions.

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Kenneth Cole Reaction And Jones New York Suits For $89.99 Shipped From Macys

Kenneth Cole Reaction Suits

Jones New York Suits

These aren’t wool, but at this price point that’s not expected.

Coupons don’t apply to these limited time specials.

Returns can be done without any time limits in-store or by mail.

Shipping is currently free on $75+ orders

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Frigidaire 6000-BTU Window Air Conditioner For $139.99 Shipped From Best Buy

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Frigidaire 6000-BTU Window Air Conditioner For $139.99 Shipped From Best Buy

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Frigidaire 6000-BTU Window Air Conditioner For $139.99 Shipped From Best Buy

-Height: 12-1/2″, Width: 18-1/2″, Depth: 15-1/2″
-216 sq. ft. cooling capacity – keeps a small-size room comfortable.
-Electronic controls – with 3 cool settings and 3 fan speeds to keep the cold air moving at the speed of your choice for custom comfort.
-Filter light reminder – lets you know when it’s time to replace the filter.
-Remote – allows for temperature and fan speed adjustments from across a room.

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HOT! Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 10.1″ Tablet For Just $174.99 From Office Max!

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 10.1″ Tablet Linky

Sells for $299.99 on Amazon and $319.99 from B&H.

-Android 4.4 Kit Kat OS, 1.2 GHz quad-core Qualcomm processor
-16 GB Flash Memory, 1.5 GB RAM Memory
-WXGA Display
-64GB of memory available through a microSD slot and 50GB of free Dropbox storage

Don’t forget to use your Ink Plus, Ink Bold, or Ink Cash card to earn 5 points per dollar.

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Choose From 2 Top Selling Lenovo ThinkPads At Blowout Prices!

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Where Should You Be Using Each Of Your Credit Cards?

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People always ask me what credit card they should be using to get the most bang for their buck.  Unfortunately there is no best credit card, so the trick is to optimize your spending to earn the most possible rewards.

To figure that you need to calculate the value of a mile, another challenging topic.

You can value a mile by what they sell for on the grey market, but that’s not really fair because those miles are being resold by a broker to someone else at a higher valuation.  So there’s 1 grey market value for what a broker will pay (and even that will depend on the broker and the amount being sold) and there’s another grey market value if you actually know end users.  I know of folks who fly first class internationally just to make contacts with people who actually pay $30,000 to be in the pointy section of the plane.  Of course the airlines frown on all this and some aggressively shut accounts down for selling their miles.

A better way of valuing miles is according to what you use them for as that’s how they’re intended to be used.  The problem with that is the sky is the limit for that.  A last-minute British Airways award for a flight that costs $1,200 is just 9,000 Avios, a value of  over 13 cents per mile. You can fly in a private walled-in Singapore suite to Europe for 57,000 miles one-way. A Cathay Pacific first class flight to Asia on the best bed and seat in the sky is just 120,000 miles on a flight that would otherwise cost $28,000. That would mean your miles are worth more than 23 cents each.  I’ve had redemptions where my miles were worth over 50 cents each.

Of course someone else might redeem 25,000 miles for a $125 domestic ticket where their miles will only be worth half a cent each.

Finally having miles locked into a program is worth less than having points in a flexible currency.  Flexible currencies allow you to wait and see what is available for when you want to travel. And they are a hedge against devaluations.

Determine the value:
Value depends on what YOU will do with the points.

If you’re selling your miles to a broker, realize they need to turn a profit as the middleman, and that means you’ll probably lose between 0.1-0.4 cents off of these valuations depending on the broker and the amount you’re selling.  You’ll never do as well selling to a broker as you will selling directly to someone actually flying somewhere last minute coach or in business or first class or by just using the miles yourself.

I will give the values that I get when I use my points. Often I get several times that value, but let’s call their value the minimum level at which if I can’t attain that value I won’t burn the points. Feel free to plugin your own numbers as this is a highly personal exercise.

-Starwood Starpoints: 2.1 cents (Use for hotels or get a 25% points bonus when you transfer increments of 20K into 25K miles with dozens of airlines like ANA, Air Canada, Alaska, American, British Airways, Delta, Flying Blue, Singapore, and USAirways. Caveat: Transfers aren’t instant.)
-Chase Ultimate Rewards points: 1.75 cents (Transfer to hotels like Hyatt or airlines like British Airways, Singapore, Southwest, and United)
-American Express Membership Rewards points: 1.6 cents (Transfer to airlines like ANA, Air Canada, British Airways, Delta, El Al, Flying Blue, and Singapore. Caveat: No good hotel options and transfers to domestic program incur fees.)
-United miles: 1.7 cents
-American/USAirways miles: 1.7 cents
-British Airways Avios: 1.5 cents
-Delta miles: 1.4 cents
-Barclay Arrival gives 2.22% cash back.
-Fidelity gives 2% cash back
-Blue Cash gives 1-3% cash back
-Blue Cash Preferred gives 1-6% cash back
-Discover it gives 1-5% cash back

Let’s take a look at what you can earn for spending on 21 different cards:

Cards with transferable point currencies:
-Chase Sapphire Preferred Visa Signature
Annual fee: Free then $95. Forex fee: None. Signup bonus: 40K for spending $3K plus 5K for adding an additional user. Highlights: Signup bonus, double points for dining and travel.
-Chase Ink Plus Business Card
Annual fee: Free then $95. Forex fee: None. Signup bonus: 50K for spending $5K. Highlights: Signup bonus, double points for gas and hotels, quintuple points for office supplies and telecom, annual lounge passes.
-Chase Ink Bold Business Card
Annual fee: Free then $95. Forex fee: None. Signup bonus: 50K for spending $5K. Highlights: Signup bonus, double points for gas and hotels, quintuple points for office supplies and telecom, annual lounge passes.
-Chase Ink Cash Business Card
Annual fee: None. Forex fee: 3%. Signup bonus: 20K for spending $3K. Highlights: Double points for gas and dining, quintuple points for office supplies and telecom, annual lounge passes.
-Chase Freedom Visa
Annual fee: None. Forex fee: 3%. Signup bonus: 10K for spending $500. Highlights: Quintuple point rotating categories, 10% checking bonus (ending 12/31/15)
-Starwood Preferred Guest® Credit Card from American Express
Annual fee: Free then $65. Forex fee: 2.7%. Signup bonus: 25K for spending $5K. Highlight: 25% bonus for converting points into miles.
-The Amex EveryDay Credit Card from American Express
Annual fee: None. Forex fee: 2.7%. Signup bonus: 10K for spending $1K. Highlights: The only free card that allows that allows direct mileage transfers, 1.2-2.4 points per dollar everywhere.
-The Amex EveryDay Preferred Credit Card from American Express
Annual fee: $95. Forex fee: 2.7%. Signup bonus: 15K for spending $1K. Highlights: 1.5-4.5 points per dollar everywhere.
-American Express® Premier Rewards Gold Card
Annual fee: Free then $175. Forex fee: 2.7%. Signup bonus: 25K for spending $2K. Highlights: Double points on gas and groceries, triple points on airfare, 15K bonus points for $30K annual spend.
-Platinum Card® from American Express
Annual fee: $450. Forex fee: None. Signup bonus: 40K for spending $3K. Highlights: Signup bonus, Centurion lounge access, Airspace lounge access, Delta lounge access, Priority Club worldwide lounge access, $200 annual airline fee refund, Starwood Gold Elite status, Global Entry/TSA Pre-Check enrollment fee refund.

Airline cards:
-Chase British Airways Visa Signature
Annual fee: $95. Forex fee: None. Signup bonus: 50K for spending $2K. Highlights: Signup bonus, 1.25 miles per dollar spent, 10% off BA flights, worldwide companion certificate on award tickets if you spend $30K/year.
-Chase United MileagePlus Explorer
Annual fee: Free then $95. Forex fee: None. Signup bonus: 50K for spending $2K plus 5K for adding an additional user. Highlights: Signup bonus, free checked bag, expanded saver and standard award availability, never-expiring miles, priority boarding, 2 annual club passes, elite upgrades on award tickets.
-Chase United MileagePlus Club (Click on Club card on the right of the page)
Annual fee: $395. Forex fee: None. Signup bonus: $100. Highlights: United Club membership including security passes when not flying, 2 free checked bags, waived award last minute booking fees, premier baggage handling, security, and boarding, expanded saver and standard award availability, never-expiring miles, elite upgrades on award tickets.
-Gold Delta SkyMiles® Credit Card from American Express
Annual fee: Free then $95. Forex fee: None. Signup bonus: 50K for spending $1K plus $50 back for making a Delta purchase. Highlights: Signup bonus, free checked bag, priority boarding.
-Citi AA Mastercard
Annual fee: Free then $95. Forex fee: 3%. Signup bonus: 50K for spending $3K. Highlights: Signup bonus, priority boarding, free checked bag, 10% up to 10K award rebate.
-The US Airways® Premier World MasterCard®
Annual fee: $89. Forex fee: 3%. Signup bonus: 40K for spending $1. Highlights: Signup bonus, priority boarding, free checked bag, 5K mileage discount on USAir flights

Cashback cards:
-Barclaycard Arrival Plus™ World Elite MasterCard®
Annual fee: Free then $89 (fee is consistently waived by calling and asking). Forex fee: None. Signup bonus: $400 for spending $3K ($440 accounting for the 10% rebate). Highlights: Signup bonus, 2.22% cash back everywhere.
-Fidelity American Express
Annual fee: None. Forex fee: 1%. Signup bonus: None. Highlight: 2% cash back everywhere.
-Blue Cash Everyday® Card from American Express
Annual fee: None. Forex fee: 2.7%. Signup bonus: $100 for spending $1K. Highlight: Up to 3% cash back.
-Blue Cash Preferred® Card from American Express
Annual fee: $75. Forex fee: 2.7%. Signup bonus: $150 for spending $1K. Highlight: Up to 6% cash back.
-Discover it®
Annual fee: None. Forex fee: None. Signup bonus: None. Highlight: Up to 5% cash back.

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Now that we have a value set for each currency we can translate that into the rewards percentage you’ll get for various types of purchases.  Below are the numbers for regular purchases as well as several common categories where you earn more than everyday purchases.

Everyday purchase (Click here to see how many points are earned and how these calculations are made):
-Ink (general spending made via $200 gift cards bought from Staples at a cost of $6.95): 6.62%
-United Club: 2.55%
-AMEX EveryDay Preferred (assuming you make 30 transaction per month): 2.4%
-Premier Rewards Gold (assuming you can spend exactly $30K per year) 2.4%
-United Explorer (assuming you spend exactly $25K per year): 2.38%
-Barclaycard Arrival: 2.22%
-Starwood: 2.1%
-Fidelity: 2%
-Chase Freedom with Chase checking: 1.93%
-AMEX EveryDay (assuming you make 20 transaction per month): 1.92%
-British Airways: 1.88%
-Sapphire Preferred with 7% dividend: 1.87%
-Ink: 1.75%
-Freedom without checking: 1.75%
-Sapphire Preferred without 7% dividend: 1.75%
-United Explorer (under $25K spend per year): 1.7%
-American/USAirways: 1.7%
-Premier Rewards Gold (under $30 spend per year): 1.6%
-AMEX Platinum: 1.6%
-Delta: 1.4%
-Blue Cash/Blue Cash Preferred: 1%
-Discover It: 1%

Amazon.com Purchase:
-Ink (via Amazon gift card bought from Staples): 9.75%
-Chase Freedom with Chase checking during promo quarter: 9.63%
-Chase Freedom without Chase checking during promo quarter: 8.75%
-See everyday purchases for standard percentage back on other cards.

Airfare:
-Ink (For Southwest flights via Southwest gift cards bought from Staples): 9.75%
-Premier Rewards Gold (assuming you can spend exactly $30K in a year) 5.6%
-Premier Rewards Gold (under $30K spend/year) 4.8%
-United Explorer on United flights (assuming you can spend exactly $25K in a year): 4.08%
-Sapphire Preferred with 7% dividend: 3.75%
-British Airways on British Airways flights: 3.75%
-Sapphire Preferred without 7% dividend: 3.5%
-United Club on United flights: 3.4%
-United Explorer on United flights (under $25K spend/year): 3.4%
-American on American flights: 3.4%
-USAirways on USAirways flights: 3.4%
-Delta on Delta flights: 2.8%
-See everyday purchases for standard percentage back on other cards.

Car Rental:
These cards have primary insurance coverage worldwide:
-Sapphire Preferred with 7% dividend: 3.75%
-Sapphire Preferred without 7% dividend: 3.5%
-United Club: 2.55%
-United Explorer (assuming you can spend exactly $25K in a year): 2.38%
-United Explorer (under $25K spend/year): 1.7%
-See everyday purchases for standard percentage back on other cards.

Hotel:
-Starwood at a Starwood hotel: 4.2%
-Sapphire Preferred with 7% dividend: 3.75%
-Sapphire Preferred without 7% dividend: 3.5%
-Ink Bold/Plus: 3.5%
-See everyday purchases for standard percentage back on other cards.

Restaurant:
-Ink (For restaurant gift cards bought from Staples): 9.75%
-Chase Freedom with Chase checking during promo quarter: 9.63%
-Chase Freedom without Chase checking during promo quarter: 8.75%
-Sapphire Preferred on the first Friday of the month with 7% dividend: 5.62%
-Sapphire Preferred on the first Friday of the month without 7% dividend: 5.25%
-Discover it during promo quarter: 5%
-Sapphire Preferred with 7% dividend: 3.75%
-Ink Cash: 3.5%
-Sapphire Preferred without 7% dividend: 3.5%
-See everyday purchases for standard percentage back on other cards.

Gas:
-Ink (via gas gift card bought from Staples): 9.75%
-Chase Freedom with Chase checking during promo quarter: 9.63%
-Chase Freedom without Chase checking during promo quarter: 8.75%
-Discover it during promo quarter: 5%
-AMEX EveryDay Preferred (assuming you make 30 transaction per month): 4.8%
-Premier Rewards Gold (assuming you can spend exactly $30K in a year) 4%
-Ink: 3.4%
-Premier Rewards Gold (under $30K spend in a year) 3.2%
-Blue Cash Preferred: 3%
-See everyday purchases for standard percentage back on other cards.

Groceries (Including gift cards):
-AMEX EveryDay Preferred (assuming you make 30 transaction per month): 7.2%
-Blue Cash Preferred: 6%
-Premier Rewards Gold (assuming you can spend exactly $30K) 4%
-AMEX EveryDay (assuming you make 20 transaction per month): 3.84%
-Premier Rewards Gold (under $30K spend in a year) 3.2%
-See everyday purchases for standard percentage back on other cards.

Staples purchases including gift cards:
-Ink: 9.75%
-See everyday purchases for standard percentage back on other cards.

-Internet/Phone/Cable bills:
-Ink: 8.75%
-See everyday purchases for standard percentage back on other cards.

Department stores:
-Chase Freedom with Chase checking during promo quarter: 9.63%
-Chase Freedom without Chase checking during promo quarter: 8.75%
-Discover it during promo quarter: 5%
-Blue Cash Preferred: 3%
-See everyday purchases for standard percentage back on other cards.

Uber:
-AMEX EveryDay Preferred (assuming you make 30 transaction per month): 4.8%
-Premier Rewards Gold (assuming you can spend exactly $30K) 4%
-AMEX EveryDay (assuming you make 20 transaction per month): 3.84%
-Sapphire Preferred with 7% dividend: 3.75%
-Sapphire Preferred without 7% dividend: 3.5%
-Premier Rewards Gold (under $30K spend in a year) 3.2%
-AMEX Platinum: 3.2%
-See everyday purchases for standard percentage back on other cards.

Things to bear in mind:

-If you might need return protection, purchase protection, extended warranty protection, or dispute resolution on an item you’ll probably want to use an American Express card as their protections are pain-free and amazing. If you have a problem with a merchant you can file an easy dispute online. If you buy a final sale item they will take it back without a fuss, or if it’s under $100 they’ll usually credit you without even needing you to send it back. If your computer breaks in the extended warranty year they will refund it.

-You can change how you value each mileage currency and that will change the results.  Above is a general guideline, but it’s highly variable based on how you use your miles.

-When buying gift cards for spending you will lose the protections that a credit card offers like dispute resolution. You also have to factor in the “pain” factor of getting the gift card and the fact that you can cash out the gift card at Walmart or other stores for free or for a nominal fee.

-Some of the bonuses have spending caps such as:
-Ink Bold/Ink Plus: $50K annual spend in quintuple and $50K annual spend in double point categories.
-Ink Cash: $25K annual spend in quintuple and $25K annual spend in double point categories.
-Freedom/Discover: $1,500 quarterly spend in quintuple point categories.
-Blue Cash/Blue Cash Preferred: $6K annual spend in grocery category.
-AMEX Everyday/Everyday Preferred: $6K annual spend in grocery category.

-The points from Freedom and Ink Cash can’t transfer directly into real miles. You or your spouse will need an active Sapphire Preferred, Ink Bold, or Ink Plus when you want to make that transfer.

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Read the methodology and calculations behind the numbers in this post after the jump:

Click here to keep reading this post!

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Anatex Toys On Sale From Woot

Anatex Toys On Sale From Woot

Don’t forget to use your $10 off $25 coupon if you got it with this deal (no longer available if you didn’t get it previously).

There is a $5 shipping fee on all orders.

-The Original Rollercoaster by Anatex: $39.99

This sells for $59.99 from Amazon.
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-Anatex Deluxe Mini Play Cube: $59.99

This sells for $98.79 on Amazon.
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-Anatex Pyramid of Play: $129.99

This sells for $204.20 from Amazon.
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-Anatex Six-Sided Play Cube: $129.99

This sells for $210.98 from Amazon.
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-Anatex Pathfinder Wall Panel: $79.99

This sells for $99.99 from Amazon.
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-Anatex Traffic Jam Rollercoaster Table: $99.99

This sells for $163.17 from Amazon.
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-Anatex Ultimate Fleur Rollercoaster Table: $139.99

This sells for $213.31 from Amazon.
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-Anatex Wooden Benches: $29.99

This sells for $49.99 from Amazon.
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-Anatex Flip Top Dry Erase and Chalk Table With 1 Bench: $99.99

This sells for $135.67 from Amazon.

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2 Bottles Of Herbal Essences Shampoo Or Conditioner For $0.96-$1.70 Shipped From Amazon With Subscribe & Save

Update 2: Alive again!

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Choose from:
-Pack Of 2 Herbal Essences Color Me Happy Color Safe Shampoo
-Pack Of 2 Herbal Essences Body Envy Volumizing Conditioner
-Pack Of 2 Herbal Essences Totally Twisted Curl Conditioner

-Click on the $3 off coupon to save on your subscribe and save order.

Then use Subscribe & Save to pay $4.70 with free shipping, less the $3 coupon= $1.70 shipped.

If you subscribe to 5 items then the price drops to $1.21. If you have Amazon Mom and subscribe to 5 items to be shipped in your next monthly shipment then you will get 20% off, dropping the price to $0.96 shipped.

If you add enough items before your next monthly Subscribe & Save order goes out then the price for all subscription items will automatically drop to the lower price with the 15% or 20% off. It can be worth adding more subscribe and save items before they ship so that you save up to 20% on all the items you subscribe to.

With Subscribe and Save you will get free shipping without any minimum purchase. You can cancel the subscribe and save service with absolutely no obligation or penalty once the item ships. To do so just click here to manage your subscriptions.

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Frontier Airlines Ice Bucket Sale From $32 One Way

Frontier Airlines Ice Bucket Sale From $32 One Way

Frontier will donate $3 for every ticket sold to ALSA.

Tickets must be booked today.

For example a flight from Cleveland to Trenton from 11/04-11/11 will be $62.18 round-trip.

Note that Frontier now charges for carry-on baggage. Join Frontier’s Discount Den for free to pay $15 for checked bags and $20 for large carry-ons after a $5 discount on each.

HT: menachem_m, via DDF

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Nordstrom Non-Iron Dress Shirts On Sale From $22.50 Shipped

-Nordstrom Non-Iron Dress Shirts On Sale From $22.50 Shipped

-View non-iron white shirts via this link

Shipping and return shipping (with no time limit!) is free on all orders from Nordstrom so if you’re unsure of your size you’ll probably want to order more options to grab the current sale price.

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20% Off JetBlue Flights

JetBlue Promo Booking Linky

Use code: FALL2014

-Valid for domestic flights only.
-Not valid for Sunday or Friday flights.
-Roundtrip purchase required
-Book by 8/27/14
-Travel 9/3 – 12/18/14
-Blackout dates: 10/13, 11/21 – 12/1/14 for all plus Newark
-Additional blackout dates for Newark only: 11/1 – 11/8/14
-Not valid for a Mint seat

Sample deals (Date searched, 11/12-11/18):
-JFK to Austin for $162.60
-JFK to Orlando for $170.60
-JFK to Fort Lauderdale for $172.03
-JFK to Chicago for $189.80
-JFK to Burbank, CA for $260.03
-JFK to S. Francisco for $274.62
-JFK to Seattle for $274.62

-Find more places to go using the JetBlue route map.

Use ITA to find the lowest fares if your dates are flexible.  See this post for a demonstration and use the following advanced routing code to limit the search to JetBlue flights: B6+

HT: freemymiles, via DDF

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Sumersault Toddler Bedding Sets On Sale From Target Via eBay Starting At Just $13.99 Shipped

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All sets are 4 pieces including Flat Sheet, Comforter, Pillow Case, Fitted Sheet and are for toddler sized beds.

View all via this link (Desktop Only):

Sumersault Toddler Bedding Sets On Sale From Target Via eBay Starting At Just $13.99 Shipped

View individually via this link:

Sumersault Monster Mash Set: Originally $79.99 now just $13.99
Sumersault Good Puppy Set: Originally $79.99 now just $13.99
Sumersault G is for Giraffe Set: Originally $79.99 now just $13.99
Sumersault Bold Animals Set: Originally $79.99 now just $15.39
Sumersault Geo Brites Set: Originally $79.99 now just $17.49

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Get A Paypal Mobile Card Reader For Negative $4.01

Get A Paypal Mobile Card Reader For Negative $4.01

Use $4 off code: EMCPBHD85

Newegg is selling the Paypal reader for $10.99 shipped after entering the discount code above, plus you can get $15 added to your Paypal account balance by entering the code found on the card reader package at www.paypal.com/redeem

Limit of 3 $15 bonuses per Paypal account.

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Breathe Easy Folks, The Reports Of The Death Of British Airways Avios Have Been Greatly Exaggerated

Earlier today I took the blogosphere to task for at least half a dozen sensationalist headlines and blog posts about the sky falling for the British Airways Avios program, my favorite mileage currencies for short-haul flights.

I outlined my rationale for why the supposed Iberia Avios changes didn’t have to mean anything for the British Airways program.

Gary commented on that post that the Iberia changes signaled a real risk for British Airways Avios as the Iberia changes were huge.

Only problem is that there were no changes.

Turns out that Iberia’s little explored Avios program has never allowed the cheap short-haul rates that we love so much on partner airlines, except for travel Iberia, British Airways, and Vueling.  So nothing has changed at all.  You can still use Iberia Avios to fly on Iberia with low fuel surcharges and you still cannot use Iberia for cheap OneWorld tickets as you were never able to.

Google Cache only takes us back to July 28, but even then you can see the same overpriced OneWorld award chart when using Iberia Avios.

FT member Travellair also sent me this link to the Iberia chart from before the Avios program launched in November 2011.  Turns out all they did when Avios launched was multiply all of the awards by 15.  They never did have the 4.5K awards on most OneWorld partner airlines, those were only offered systemwide via British Airways Avios and Avios.com.

The only thing that I can see that might have changed is that you can now book partner awards on airlines like American on Iberia.com instead of having to call them up. Not that you would want to considering that a LGA-MIA flight would cost 36K Iberia Avios round-trip (as it always has) versus 15K British Airways Avios round-trip.

And so after a bizarre day of blog posts about changes to the Iberia Avios program that never actually happened, British Airways Avios goes on to live another day.

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Amazon Lightning Deal: DreamFoam Bedding 3-Inch Memory Foam Topper, 4 Pound, Twin For $86.26 Shipped

Amazon Lightning Deal: DreamFoam Bedding 3-Inch Memory Foam Topper, 4 Pound, Twin For $86.26 Shipped

This was never below $101.17 from Amazon and is now just $86.26 with the current lightning deal! Lightning deal valid until 4:59 pm EDT or while supplies last.

-3 Inches of Premium 4 LB Memory Foam
-Great addition to any mattress to achieve the memory foam feel
-Great way to add pressure point relief to your firmer feeling mattresses
-Offers Amazing Support in areas where you need it most

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Office Chairs On Sale From Office Depot

Save $10 off $50 all the chairs below with code: 55870818
Shipping is free on all orders order over $50, before coupon is applied.

-Ruzzi Mid-Back Vinyl Chair, Black: normally $109.99, on sale for $54.99, now just $44.99 after discount.

-Ruzzi Mid-Back Mesh Chair, Black: normally $109.99, on sale for $54.99, now just $44.99 after discount.

-Ariel Low-Back Task Chair, Black: normally $99.99, on sale for $59.99, now just $49.99 after discount.

-Ariel Low-Back Task Chair, Brown: normally $99.99, on sale for $59.99, now just $49.99 after discount.

-Bright Mesh Mid-Back Chair, Pink/Black: normally $79.99, on sale for $59.99, now just $49.99 after discount.

-Bright Mesh Mid-Back Chair, Navy Blue/Black: normally $79.99, on sale for $59.99, now just $49.99 after discount.

Don’t forget to use your Ink Plus, Ink Bold, or Ink Cash card to earn 5 points per dollar.

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Citi Thank You Points Now Transferable To Select Airlines

Update: Citi has now added Flying Blue as an airline transfer partner.
Flying Blue typically charges heavy fuel surcharges but they don’t on Delta. Additionally they consider Israel to be part of Europe, so a one-way award on Delta to Israel is just 25K miles (when Delta has saver award space) and promo awards to Israel are 12.5K miles each way plus fuel surcharges.
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Originally posted on 07/21:

Over 2 years ago I wrote that Citi was in the process of making their points transferable to airlines.

It’s taken some time, but it’s finally been implemented.

However the current transfer selection is very weak when compared to the 3 powerhouse transferable currencies, AMEX Membership Rewards, Chase Ultimate Rewards, and Starwood Starpoints.

Citi Transfer Partners:
-Cathay Pacific
-Etihad
-EVA
-Garuda Indonesia
-Malaysia Airlines
-Qatar
-Singapore
-Thai
-Hilton

-You must have a Citi ThankYou Premier, Citi Prestige, or Citi Chairman card to make a transfer.
-Points earned from checking accounts can’t be transferred.
-It may take up to fourteen days for the ThankYou Points to post to your participating travel loyalty program member account.
-The first and last names on both the ThankYou Member Account and the participating travel loyalty program member’s account must match in order to transfer points using the Points Transfer feature.

HT: AsherO, via DDF

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eBay Deals: StubHub, Jiffy Lube, Lord & Taylor, Claire’s, And More Gift Cards On Sale

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Do Iberia Changes Forebode British Airways Changes Or Is It Much Ado About Nothing?

Iberia has changed their partner award chart, significantly raising the miles required to fly on partner airlines. Gary thinks that means that British Airways changes are about to be announced as well.

He says,

“Of course, it makes no sense for Iberia to have this chart and not British Airways. Otherwise, you just transfer your Iberia points over to British Airways Avios and redeem on partners from there. In order to effectively charge so much for partners, you’d expect that both programs would have to more or less move in tandem.”

Since the launch of Avios in November of 2011 it’s been ridiculously cheap to fly on short-haul flights thanks to British Airways Avios. Just 4,500 Avios is enough to fly on partner airlines like American and USAirways without fuel surcharges. It’s quickly become the best way to book domestic flights thanks to the ridiculously low rates, the lack of last-minute booking fees, and the dirt cheap cancellation rates.

There’s always been the feeling that it’s too good to be true even though partner airlines are known to pay very small amounts of cash for partner mileage awards.

But I’m not convinced that the Iberia change means that a devaluation is imminent.

-The Iberia partner award chart has been the same for at least 2 weeks. If British Airways was going to devalue imminently or in tandem, wouldn’t we have heard something by now?

-Iberia eliminated reward saver flights within Europe over a year ago. British Airways still has the program which heavily reduces fuel surcharges when you fly within Europe.

-Iberia Avios have never been the same as British Airways Avios for partner flights. You can’t change or refund a OneWorld ticket booked via Iberia while you can refund a British Airways booked ticket for just the forfeiture of taxes paid ($5.60 for a domestic ticket).

-Iberia has always tried to push their own flights over partner flights. They offer a huge discount on fuel surcharges for booking Iberia flights with Iberia Avios. British Airways charges much higher fuel surcharges for Iberia flights.

Those differences have meant that there have always been arbitrage opportunities and plenty of reasons to convert Iberia Avios to British Airways Avios and vice versa. Saying that the allowance of conversion of Avios in both directions means that they have to move in tandem with this devaluation is dubious logic at best. It’s never been applied until now after all.

The British Airways and Iberia programs have many unique nuances and have different non-alliance partner airlines to earn and redeem miles with.

Additionally British Airways Avios program is run as an independent profit center from the Iberia Avios program and British Airways continues to partner with more American banks and credit cards than Iberia.
Those credit card companies will likely push back against a British Airways devaluation. At the very least they would have to announce that a devaluation is coming or else face the wrath of the banks and the people accumulating their miles. And risk losing the millions of dollars those partner provide.

Gary notes that the Avios program was launched in November 2011 without providing details in advance and that means they have a poor track record. Technically that’s true but they did announce in advance that major changes were coming and when they were coming, well in advance of the Avios launch. I wouldn’t consider that to mean that they have a track record of making unannounced changes.

Even if significant amounts of people start converting their Iberia Avios to British Airways (unlikely as it’s not a very well known feature) they can always turn off the conversion process with more ease than aligning the programs.

Might we see an upcoming British Airways devaluation? Sure. After all as flights get more expensive and the value of a dollar goes down there is mileage inflation as well. Airline consolidation also gives even more ability to devalue miles. That doesn’t mean airlines will kill the golden goose that has provided billions of dollars in income from selling miles to the banks and other partners, but they do have more flexibility to devalue up to a point.

However I don’t think that the Iberia changes prove that imminent changes are inevitable, nor am I running to burn my stash of 500K British Airways Avios for flights I don’t need. If you have flights you want to book anyway, then there’s no reason not to book those now. But otherwise, I’m not panicking at all.

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Free One Year Subscription to LastPass Premium

Free One Year Subscription to LastPass Premium

If you do not have a LastPass account you can download LastPass via the link above and open an account.  Then click on the redeem offer button via the link above to enroll with 1 free year of LastPass premium. No credit card is required.

If you currently have an account you can also upgrade or extend your subscription by following the link above.

LastPass premium normally costs $12 a year.

LastPass is an award-winning password manager that securely stores your passwords, generates strong passwords, and logs in to your online accounts for you. With the Premium upgrade you can use LastPass on all of your mobile devices, get rid of ads, and you’ll get priority assistance.

You can read CNet’s review of LastPass here and PCMag’s review here.

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Buy A Samsung 32″ 720p LED HDTV For $217.99 From Dell And Get A $125 Dell Promo eGift Card

Samsung 32″ 720p LED HDTV Linky

You can also use this LED HDTV as a computer monitor.

Add the LED to your cart and the $125 eGift card is added automatically.

You can sell your Dell eGift cards for cash on this DDF thread.

Dell promo eGift Cards ship separately from purchase and typically arrives in 10-20 days from ship date via email. They carry a 90 day expiration (except where prohibited by law) and are valid for anything sold on Dell.com.

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Canon S110 Digital Camera With Canon PIXMA PRO-100 Photo Inkjet Printer Plus Accessory Bundle For $165 After Rebate

Canon S110 12.1MP Digital Camera (Black) with Canon PIXMA PRO-100 Photo Inkjet Printer Plus Accessory Bundle For $165 After Rebate

$400 Rebate Linky (You can call the number on the AMEX rebate card and get a check or ACH transfer directly deposited into your checking account)

The rebate is valid for purchases until 08/30.

Accessory bundle includes:
-50 Sheets of 13×19 Canon Luster Photo Paper
-16GB Class 10 SDHC Memory Card
-Focus Digital Camera Case
-Focus LCD Screen Protectors
-Focus Optics Cleaning Kit
-Focus Memory Card Wallet
-Focus Mini Tabletop Tripod

The S110 is $249 from Amazon, the printer is $346.93, and qualifying photo paper is $40.96. The total from Amazon would thus be $636.89-$400=$236.89. Focus Camera is $71.89 cheaper and also gives the accessory bundle.

The S110 is Canon’s high-end point and shoot with full manual controls.
Built-in WiFi for Image Transfer to Social Sites, PC, IOS and Android Devices
5x Optical Zoom with 24mm Wide-Angle Lens and 3″ capacitive touch screen
1080p Full HD Video With a Dedicated Movie Button,12-bit Multi Aspect Recording in RAW + JPEG
High-speed AF, High-speed Burst HQ for a maximum of 10 frames
NB-5L Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery Pack, 3.7VDC, 1120mAh
Built-in WiFi for Image Transfer to Social Sites, PC, IOS and Android Devices
5x Optical Zoom with 24mm Wide-Angle Lens and 3″ capacitive touch screen

The professional printer has:
-8 Dye based inks for amazing gradients and color, 3 of which are dedicated grayscale inks for beautiful black & white prints
-The Optimum Image Generating System reproduces colors as you intend them by logically selecting the optimum ink combination and placement
-Print Studio Pro Plug-in software offers a seamless and stress free photo printing workflow for professionals
-4800 x 2400 dpi with FINE technology for incredible detail

The high-end photo paper offers:
-Beautiful semi-gloss texture that is between matte and glossy that combines the best of both
-Does not reflect as much as glossy papers and resists fingerprints similar to matte paper
-Great paper for portraits and gallery displays

HT: Yitz, via DDF

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AMEX Link Like Love: Get $10 Off $10 With Uber; New Uber Customers Get $40 Off $40

Update: This appears to be dead.

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American Express is a DansDeals.com advertiser.

AMEX Link, Like, Love on Facebook has an offer you can save to your card for $10 off $10 on Uber.

Just spend a total of $10 on the Uber app by 12/31/14 for a $10 statement credit.

You can enroll multiple primary and secondary cards by syncing the offer to a card and then you can unsync and sync other cards here.

Additionally new uber customers can get a free ride up to $30 by first signing up via my referral link here.

Uber offers luxury car service via UberBLACK, affordable rides in clean cars at rates lower than taxis in most cities via UberX, rides for the whole family in luxury vehicles via uberSUV, and rides in smaller SUVs via UberXL. They also offer uberT which allows you to hail a taxi from your phone, but you can’t use credit for that.  UberFamily are UberX cars that also come equipped with a carseat.

You can also opt into future UberFamily free ride promos as described here.

You can hail a ride via the uber app from anywhere across hundreds of cities worldwide, but they’re really great at the airport where you can skip the long taxi line and get straight into your private ride. When you request a car you’ll get an ETA along with the name, number, and picture of your driver and you can meetup wherever is convenient for you. It takes all of 1 minute to have an UberX car waiting for you at an airport as opposed to waiting half an hour in line for a smelly taxi.

Tax and tip is included in all fares. You do not pay the driver anything in cash. Rides are charged to your account promotion and then to your credit card on file when you first open your uber account.

Several credit cards gives bonus points for using Uber:
-Chase Sapphire Preferred earns 2-2.14 points per dollar.
-The Amex EveryDay Credit Card from American Express earns 2.4 points per dollar (assuming you have 20 total card transactions that month)
-The Amex EveryDay Preferred Credit Card from American Express earns 3 points per dollar (assuming you have 30 total card transactions that month)
-American Express® Premier Rewards Gold Card earns 2 points per dollar.
-Platinum Card® from American Express earns 2 points per dollar.

Editorial Note: This content is not provided or commissioned by the credit card issuer. Opinions expressed here are author’s alone, not those of the credit card issuer, and have not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by the credit card issuer. These responses are not provided or commissioned by the bank advertiser. Responses have not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by the bank advertiser. It is not the bank advertiser’s responsibility to ensure all posts and/or questions are answered.

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HP ENVY 15.6″ Core i7 Quad Core Laptop For $604.99

HP ENVY 15.6″ Core i7 Laptop Linky

This system is normally $799.99 but is on sale for $629.99. Use the following $25 off code to drop the system down to $604.99: PC599Q2

Get another 3%-10% cash back with an AMEX business card thanks to Open Savings!

Specs:
-Windows 8.1 64
-4th generation Intel Core i7-4710HQ Quad Core Processor up to 3.5GHz
-Intel HD Graphics 4600
-15.6″ HD BrightView LED-backlit Display
Upgrade available to Full HD for $50
-8GB RAM
-1TB Hard Drive
-4-cell 41WHr Lithium-ion Battery
Upgrade available to 48WHr for $10
-SuperMulti DVD burner
-Standard Keyboard
Upgrade available to backlit keyboard for $30
-HP TrueVision HD Webcam with Dual Digital Microphone

HT: DH Data Recovery, via DDF

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Today Only: The Children’s Place 40% Off Coupon And Free Shipping On All Orders

The Children’s Place: 40% Off Coupon And Free Shipping On All Orders

Save 40% off sitewide with code (Exp: 08/25): FORTYOFF3
Additionally all orders ship free today only!

Plus for every $20 spent of merchandise on a single order, before taxes, shipping fees and after any discounts, you will earn a $10 PLACE cash coupon redeemable on your next in store or online purchase off $20 or more between September 16, 2014 and September 29, 2014. See details here.

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15% Off Groupon Local: Event And Activity Deals In Central Jersey, Chicago, Cleveland, LA, Miami, And NYC

Groupon: Local Deals

Use the following code for 15% off Local Groupons that is working for event and activity groupons (Exp: 08/26): FUN15
(Limit one use per Groupon account, max discount of $50)

Sample event and activity groupons, prices listed reflect final price after all discounts:

New York:

-Half-Hour Jet-Ski Rental (or Four-Hour Jet-Ski Tour of New York City Harbor) for Two from Rockaway Jet Ski: $55.25

-Four-Hour Soap-Making Class for One or Two at Brooklyn Creative Studio (Williamsburg): $67.15

-Kayak and Standup-Paddleboard Packages from Manhattan Kayak: $21.25

-2-Hour Wheel-Throwing Workshop for One at La Mano Pottery : $38.25

-Guided City-Tour Passes for Two from Skyline Sightseeing: $55.25

-Admission to Wax Attraction, Harbor Cruise, and Empire State Building from CitySights NY: $58.65

-Two- or Four-Hour Bike Rental for One or Two from Brooklyn Bridge Sightseeing: $8.50

-Private Helicopter Flying Lesson: $106.25

-Classic Manhattan Helicopter Tour with Photo at Manhattan Helicopters: $116.10

-90-Minute Archery Lessons with Equipment Rental from Hidden Gems Archery: $21.25

-In the Poconos Treetop Zipline and Challenge Course for Two at The Adventure Center at Skytop Lodge: $33.15

Central New Jersey:

Three Rounds of Indoor Glow-in-the-Dark Mini Golf for Two at Glowgolf: $7.65

Ceramics Painting for Two or Four at Color Me Mine: $12.75

Indoor-Theme-Park Visit for Two at iPlay America: 33.96

Fishing Trips for Two from Cock Robin: $58.65

5 Open-Bounce Sessions or Birthday Party with Cake and Pizza for Up to 12 at BounceU: $17-$169.15

Range Balls, Mini Golf, or Simulator Play at Manchester Family Golf Center: $11.90

Two Games of Bowling for One with shoe rental at Pin Street at Hamilton: $4.25 

Los Angeles:

-Two-Hour Rental of a Single or Double Kayak from Marina Paddle: $12.75

-Four 16-Lap Go-Kart Races at Racer’s Edge Indoor Karting : $39.10

-Hollywood, Hollywood Sign, and Star-Homes Tours from Hollywoodland Tours: $11.90

-Museum Visit for Two Adults or Seniors, or Two Adults and Two Children at Museum of Flying: $8.50

-Flying Lesson with Classroom Time, Simulator Time, and In-Plane Instruction at Encore Flight: $109.65

-Deep Sea Fishing for One or Two from Marina Del Rey Sportfishing: $21.25

-Museum Of Tolerance 2 adult tickets: $14.45(membership also available)

-Beginner Ninja or Intermediate Basic-Training Paintball Package: $17

-Whale-Watching and Nature Cruise from Marina Del Rey Sportfishing: $12.75

-2 Hour Stand Up Paddleboard Session: $41.65

Miami:

-Miami Zoo Package, Including All-Day Monorail Pass, Two Animal Feedings, and a Cup: $11.90

-Parasailing Ride for Two at Aloha Watersports: $63.75

-Concealed-Weapon-Permit Class for One at Miami Shooters Club : $34

-Tandem Hang-Gliding Flight Package from Miami Hang Gliding: $58.65

-Paintball package for 2: $8.50

-2 Hour Stand Up Paddleboard Rental And Instruction: $16.15

-Tandem Skydive Photo Shoot with 50 Digital Images at Skydive Spaceland: $143.65

Chicago:

30 Minutes of WhirlyBall or Laser Tag for Up to 10 Players at WhirlyBall: $54.40

30-Minute Jet Ski Rental from Chicago Jet Ski Rentals: $34

-Helicopter Tour of Chicago for Two from Chicago Helicopter Express: $169.15

-Cubs Right-Field Rooftop Seating with Food and Drinks at Skybox on Sheffield : $50.15

-Discovery Dive at Learn Scuba Chicago: $24.65

Cleveland:

Skating Package for 2 or 4 or Birthday Party for 10 with Laser Tag at United Skates of America: 14.45-75.65

-All-Day Paintball Package with Equipment Rental for at Paintball International: $16.15

-60-Minute Downtown Cleveland Segway Tour from Electric Transport: $29.75

-African Safari Wildlife Park Visit : $6.80

Post what deals you find!
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Amazon Gold Box Deals: T-fal 15-Piece Signature Hard Anodized Nonstick Thermo-Spot Heat Indicator Cookware Set For $99.99; Ecosmart Electric Tankless Water Heater For $360

Amazon Gold Box Deal: T-fal C770SF63 Signature Hard Anodized Oven Safe Durable Nonstick Thermo-Spot Heat Indicator Cookware Set, 15-Piece For $99.99 Shipped

This was $189.90 yesterday, has 4.5 star reviews, and now the lowest Amazon price ever. Price valid until 11:59pm PDT or while supplies last.

-Thermo-Spot heat indicator show when the pan is preheated to seal in the flavor of your food.
-Hard anodized exterior for long-lasting durability
-Non-stick interior for easy cooking and easy clean up
-Even heat base delivers even heat distribution for reliable cooking results
-Limited Lifetime Warranty
-Nonstick interior
-Oven safe up to 350-degree F
-Soft-touch handles are ergonomically designed for a comfortable; secure grip
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Amazon Gold Box Deal: Ecosmart ECO 27 Electric Tankless Water Heater, 27 KW at 240 Volts with Patented Self Modulating Technology For $360 Shipped

This was $36.91 yesterday, has 4.2 star reviews, and now the lowest Amazon price ever. Price valid until 11:59pm PDT or while supplies last.

-Lifetime warranty for residential use
-Save up to 60% on your water heating costs with the most advanced, self modulating technology available
-Never run out of hot water with an Ecosmart tankless water heater
-Save up to 12 cubic feet of storage space
-Digital temperature control in 1-degree increments gives users complete control of hot water

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Trip Notes: Niagara Falls And Toronto

Related:
-Find dozens of trip notes like this one by clicking on the “Trip Notes” tab on top of the DansDeals banner at the top of this site.

Per feedback, I’ve included star ratings for the dishes we ate on this trip. Your tips on how to further improve trip notes is always appreciated!
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This past Tuesday I drove to Canada with my wife, my son Rafi (3 years old), daughter Talia (11 months), and 2 of my 5 brothers, Mendy and Akiva (19 and 15).

Let me tell ya’, keeping a group with ages like that entertained is no easy task. We didn’t do nearly the amount of things I had on our list, but that’s just fine. We kept everyone entertained every day and there’s no shame in leaving things to do for next time.

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20% Off Early Fall Arrivals In Shoes And Handbags From Amazon

20% Off Early Fall Arrivals In Shoes And Handbags From Amazon

Men’s Ecco Sale Linky

Men’s Cole Haan Sale Linky

Men’s Rockport Sale Linky

Use code (Exp: 09/01): ERLYFALL

The promotion applies only to products sold by Amazon. It does not apply to the same products sold by other sellers.

These items sold by Amazon have free return shipping!

HT: hamburg, via DDF

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15% Off Of Kikiriki Shells And Modest Clothing At Shell Sheli – Ends Tomorrow

Please note: This is a paid advertisement which is stickied as the top post, please scroll down for new posts.

Because you don’t need an excuse to get more Shells, Shell Sheli is having their end of the summer “just because” sale – Ends Tomorrow.

New adorable modest skirts for $49 and below!

Kikiriki Shells, Kid’s shells, Linda Leal and Plus Sizes have been re-stocked!

To take advantage of this amazing deal at checkout use code (Exp: 08/25): JUSTBC

Shell Sheli offers a huge array of styles:
·Cute modest skirts
·Skirt Extenders
·Plus size shells
·Cotton or lycra
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·Sleeveless, 3/4-sleeved or long-sleeved
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10% Off Stacking With 60% Off Already Reduced Perry Ellis Secret Sale Styles, 100% Cotton Shirts Starting At $8

Update: Now receive an extra 10% off with code: PEBDAY10
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Originally posted 08/21
60% Off Already Reduced Perry Ellis Secret Sale Styles

Use code  (Exp: 08/22): PEXTRA60

Valid only on items found via the secret sale link above.

100% cotton shirts are on sale with the discount above, prices starting at just $8.

You can also get 40% off all other sale items by using code (Exp: 08/26): PESALE40

Shipping is $5 or free on $75+ orders.

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15% Off Select Gift Cards From TwoSmiles

TwoSmiles Linky

Use code (Exp: 08/24 at 5pm): BTS15

-The code is valid for: AMC, Aeropostale, Banana Republic, Bass Pro Shops, Forever 21, GAP, Kohl’s, Old Navy, and Sports Authority.

-Limit of 4 cards per order and 1 order per person/email address/credit card.

Be sure to compare prices to CardCash.com to see if you might do better there.

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Cheetah Mounts 32-65″ LCD TV Wall Mount Bracket with Full Motion For $17.96 Shipped From Wayfair Via Sears

Update 2: Alive again direct from Wayfair via this link. Just add the bracket to your cart and the price will drop down to $17.96 shipped!

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Cheetah Mounts 32-65″ LCD TV Wall Mount Bracket with Full Motion For $17.96 Shipped From Sears

Also available from Wayfair direct via this link.

This sells on Amazon for $54.69 where it has 4.2 star reviews.

-Collapses to 2.7″ from the wall
-Extends to a full 25″ from the wall
-High quality powder coat finish
-Includes Mounting Hardware
-Dual safety screws to lock TV Position

HT: SearchGuy, via DDF

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LG 42″ 1080p 60Hz LED TV For $279.99 Shipped From Newegg

LG 42″ 1080p 60Hz LED TV For $279.99 Shipped From Newegg

Checkout on Newegg with Visa Checkout and you’ll save 10% on orders with code (maximum savings is $20): VCO
You can use any credit card type with Visa Checkout. The total after 10% off is $279.99. Price will not be displayed until the final checkout page.

This sells from Amazon for $349 where it has outstanding 4.9 star reviews!

-Refresh Rate: 60Hz (Native); Motion Clarity Index 120 (Effective)
-Backlight: LED (Direct)
-Smart Functionality: No
-Dimension (W x H x D): TV without stand: 37.8″ x 22.3″ x 2.2″, TV with stand: 37.8″ x 24.0″ x 8.6″
-Inputs: 2 HDMI, 2 USB, 1 Component, 1 Composite (shared), 1 Digital Audio Out

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eBay Daily Deals: Crocs From $14.99 And Up With Free Shipping

-Click here to view all of eBay’s daily deals.

-Enroll in eBay Bucks and get 2% back (or more via targeted offers) on your eBay purchases.
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Update: See today’s featured deals via this link.

Crocs Baya Kids Clog is now just $14.99 instead of the regular $27.99.

Crocs Hover Sneak Metallic Kids Sneaker is now just $16.99 instead of the regular $39.99.

Originally posted on 08/21:
The official Crocs outlet on eBay has 50% or more off many styles of Crocs.

Plus there is free shipping on many of the Crocs listed above!

For example you can get:
-Crocs Rx Relief Unisex Adult Clog for $14.99 instead of the regular $39.99.

-Crocs Feat Unisex Adult Clog for $16.99 instead of the regular $29.99.

-Crocs Kadee Women’s Slipper for $16.99 instead of the regular $31.99.

Lots of colors are available, just click through to find the color of your choice.

Perfect timing if you need some non-leather footwear for Yom Kippur!

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Delta American Express Gold And Platinum Signup Bonuses Increased To 50K For A Limited Time

Update: Just 2 weeks left to get the strongest public Delta signup offer that we’ve ever seen.
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Originally posted on 08/12:

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Gold Delta SkyMiles® Credit Card from American Express

Platinum Delta SkyMiles® Credit Card from American Express

Through 09/08 the signup bonus on the Gold and Platinum versions of the Delta card has been increased to 50,000 miles on each card for spending $1,000 within 3 months. “This offer is also not available to applicants who have or have had this product.”
Previously the Gold card offer was 30,000 miles and the Platinum card offer was 35,000 miles. The Gold business card also has a 50K bonus.

On the Gold card you’ll also get a $50 statement credit for making a Delta purchase within 3 months of getting the card.
On the Platinum card you’ll get a $100 statement credit for making a Delta purchase within 3 months of getting the card.

The Platinum card also awards you 15,000 bonus Medallion Qualification Miles (MQMs) for spending $1,000 within 3 months. It also awards 10,000 bonus miles and 10,000 MQMs after you spend $25,000 or more in purchases on your Card in a calendar year and an additional 10,000 bonus miles and 10,000 MQMs after you spend $50,000 or more in purchases on your Card in a calendar year.

The Platinum card also comes with an annual free domestic companion certificate that is useable by anyone. “Payment of the government taxes and fees ranging from $28.20 to $69.20 for itineraries with two to four flight segments is required. Baggage charges and other restrictions apply. See terms and conditions for details.”

The Gold card is free for the first year and is $95 afterward. The Platinum card is $195 per year and the first year is not waived on that card.

Delta miles aren’t my favorite, but they do have their uses.  The best of which is the 160K round-trip business class award to Australia which has excellent availability thanks to partner airline Virgin Australia.   If you’re an overwater bungalow fan you can even stop off for free in Tahiti along the way to Australia on Air France or Air Tahiti Nui which fly nonstop between the US and Tahiti.

Delta is also one of the only airlines that allows a free stopover on domestic tickets, so you can fly to 2 different cities on a single 25K award…assuming you find availability ;)

Delta currently has a 3 tier award system (low, medium, and high). Effective 01/01/15 Delta is moving to a 5 tier award system which additional tiers coming in between each of the existing tiers.
Some awards will get less expensive, currently a “low” round-trip to Israel is 85,000 miles but in 2015 it will be 40,000 miles each way.

If you actually want to collect Delta miles you’ll do better spending on the Starwood Preferred Guest® Credit Card from American Express as 20,000 Starpoints transfers into 25,000 miles on dozens of airlines, including Delta or Delta partners like Air France and Alaska.

The exception to that spending rule is for purchases on Delta which earn double miles and for purchases on the Platinum card if you can hit the $25K or $50K spend threshold bonuses.

Additionally if you are gunning for Delta medallion status then spending $25,000 on Delta cards in a year will waive the requirement to spend a minimum amount on Delta flights to earn that status ($2,500 for Silver, $5,000 for Gold, $7,500 for Platinum, and $12,500 for Diamond if you don’t spend $25K in a year across all of your Delta cards).

But the card is good for the signup bonus and it’s good for the benefits it comes with.
Both the Gold and Platinum cards allow you and up to 8 companions on your reservation to check a bag for free and have priority boarding so that you’ll have space to stow your carry-on baggage as well.

Both cards have no foreign transaction fees.

Delta cardholders can also access SkyClubs for just $29 per person and they get a statement credit for 20% back on in-flight purchases of food, beverages, movies, TV, video games, and headsets.

Editorial Note: This content is not provided or commissioned by the credit card issuer. Opinions expressed here are author’s alone, not those of the credit card issuer, and have not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by the credit card issuer. These responses are not provided or commissioned by the bank advertiser. Responses have not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by the bank advertiser. It is not the bank advertiser’s responsibility to ensure all posts and/or questions are answered.

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Lenovo 15.6″ Core i7 Laptop For $589 Shipped

Lenovo 15.6″ Laptop For $589 Shipped

Use the following code in your cart for an additional $40 off (Exp: 300 uses): USPG5790821

Specs:
Windows 8.1 64
4th Generation Intel Core i7-4510U Processor + Intel® HD Graphics 4400
15.6″ HD LED Glossy with integrated camera
8.0GB PC3-12800 DDR3L SDRAM 1600 MHz
Hybrid 500GB 5400 RPM+8GB SSHD Hard Drive
DVD Recordable (Dual Layer)
Lenovo BGN Wireless
One year warranty

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Canon S110 Printer Bundle For $175, T3 DSLR Printer Bundle For $299, T3i DSLR Printer Bundle For $489 After $400 Rebate

-Canon T3i DSLR Camera Kit, Canon PRO-100 Printer, Canon Photo Paper, Camera Bag, And Lexar 32GB SD Card: $489 after rebate.

-Canon T3 DSLR Camera Kit, Canon PRO-100 Printer, and Canon Photo Paper: $299 after rebate.

-Silver Canon S110, Canon PRO-100 Printer, Canon Photo Paper, And Transcend 16GB SD Card: $175 after rebate.

-Black Canon S110, Canon PRO-100 Printer, Canon Photo Paper, And Transcend 16GB SD Card: $175 after rebate.

-White Canon S110, Canon PRO-100 Printer, Canon Photo Paper, And Transcend 16GB SD Card: $175 after rebate.

$400 Rebate Linky (You can call the number on the AMEX rebate card and get a check or ACH transfer directly deposited into your checking account)

The rebate is valid for purchases until 08/30.

Price comparison:

The T3 Kit is $449 from Amazon (with outstanding 4.7 stars), the printer is $378.70, and qualifying photo paper is $40.38. The total from Amazon would thus be $868.08-$400=$468.30. Ritz Camera is $169.30 cheaper.

The S110 is $249 from Amazon, the printer is $378.70, and qualifying photo paper is $40.38. The total from Amazon would thus be $668.08-$400=$268.08. Ritz Camera is $93.08 cheaper and also gives an SD card.

The T3i Kit is $549 from Amazon (with outstanding 4.7 stars), the printer is $378.70, and qualifying photo paper is $40.38. The total from Amazon would thus be $968.08-$400=$568.30. Ritz Camera is $79.08 cheaper and also gives a camera bag and SD card.

 

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