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MasterCard Holiday Promotion!

MasterCard Holiday Promo Registration Linky
1: Enroll with your MasterCard.
2: Shop with your card online between 11/15/11-12/31/11.
3: After spending $200 online (in one or multiple purchases), you’ll receive an email confirming your qualification and instructions on how to get your $20 MasterCard gift card.

The problem with the promotion? It’s only for the first 80,000 people who register, spend $200 online, and complete the redemption form, so be sure to be quick and complete the spending ASAP if you want to qualify!

An easy way to qualify quickly is with the purchase of something like an Amazon Gift Card that you know you will be able to use later on.

It’s no Small Business Saturday, but it’s still free money if you’re quick!

HT: bubbles, via DDF

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Chase Exclusives Bonuses Explained And A Comparison Of Chase Ultimate Rewards Credit Cards.

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Chase Exclusives:

Chase has a little publicized program called Chase Exclusives. It gives special bonuses to holders of select credit cards that also have a Chase checking account.  I’ve mentioned the program in passing before, but it’s about time I made a post to clarify exactly how it works.

When you have a Freedom card and/or an Ink Bold card, and any Chase checking account you are eligible for Chase Exclusives.  It takes 1-2 months from when you open the credit card (or checking account if you already have an eligible credit card) for the Chase Exclusives to begin automatically.  You can also call Chase to have the Chase Exclusives process expedited, but it will still take about a month for the accounts to be linked.  You will also be sent literature about the program once your Chase Exclusives is active.

Here’s how it looks on your credit card statement when the program is active:

Chase Freedom statements:
For $1,887.54 in spending I earned:
-1,888 base points
-189 Chase Exclusives 10% bonus base points
-300 Chase Exclusives bonus points for 30 transactions during the month.
-6,000 bonus points for spending in rotating categories.
Total of 8,377 points, or an average of 4.44 points per dollar spent.

Or spend $0.22 and earn:
-1 base point
-1 Chase Exclusives 10% bonus base point
-220 Chase Exclusives bonus points for 22 transactions during the month.
Total of 222 points, or an average of 1,009 points per dollar spent 😉 (Of course that doesn’t account for the fact that Chase doesn’t charge you for spending of $1 or less on a statement, but 1,009 points per dollar is better defined than ∞ points per dollar)

Chase Ink Bold statement:
For $205 in spending you earn 246 points, or 1.2 points per dollar spent in any category.  If you spend $25K in 12 months then you will bump up your average earnings to 1.5 points per dollar spent, at $50K spending in 12 months your average earning is 1.65 points per dollar spent, and at $100K spending in 12 month your average earning will be 1.675 points per dollar spent.

Ultimate Rewards:

All of the following cards in this post participate in the Chase Ultimate Rewards program, which is one of the best point programs out there. With the Ink Bold Business card or Sapphire Preferred Consumer card you can transfer the points instantly with no fees to anyone’s Continental (Star Alliance), British Airways (OneWorld), Korean (Skyteam), Southwest, United (Star Alliance), Hyatt, Priority Club, Marriott, or Amtrak account at a 1:1 ratio.

Continental/United miles and Hyatt points are both extremely valuable currencies and excellent options to have.  And Chase Ultimate Rewards is the only good place to transfer points into those programs.
You can also transfer Ultimate Rewards points to anyone else with an Ultimate Rewards credit card and if they happen to have an Ink Bold Business card or Sapphire Preferred Consumer card then they can transfer those points into anyone’s airline/hotel mileage account.

You can also just redeem Ultimate Rewards points for a penny each in cash, but why would you want to when you can transfer the points into miles and use them for tickets with each mile being worth far more than a penny each?

If you get a Sapphire Preferred card or Ink Bold card you can also downgrade to fee-free cards if you decide that you don’t want to pay the annual fee once your free year is up. When you downgrade you will no longer be able to transfer to airline/hotel programs, but you do keep your point balance alive and will be able to transfer all of those points in the future if you do get the Sapphire Preferred card or Ink Bold again or you can transfer the points to someone who does have a Sapphire Preferred card or Ink Bold card.

Ultimate Rewards and Starwood Starpoints are 2 of my favorite flexible currencies for their vast amount of awesome potential uses.
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Ultimate Rewards cards with Chase Exclusives:

Chase Freedom Consumer Card:
-Annual Fee: None.
-Signup Bonus: $200 cash back in the form of 20,000 Ultimate Rewards points for spending $500.
-Normal points for spending: 5 points per dollar for purchases in rotating categories (on up to $1,500 in rotating category purchases per quarter) and 1 point per dollar elsewhere.
(For 2011 these rotating categories were:
Q1: Grocery Stores, Drugstores
Q2: Home Improvement, Lawn and Garden, Home Furnishings
Q3: Gas, Hotels, Airlines
Q4: Dining, Department Stores, Movies, Charity).
-Chase Exclusives Bonus for having a Chase checking account: 10 bonus points for every transaction (even on a transaction of just 1 cent!) AND 10% bonus points for each $1 spent!
-All bonus points post to your account monthly.
Pros:
-Hefty bonuses for small ticket purchases and for spending in rotating categories. On a $10 purchase you will earn 21 points (10 base points, 10 transaction points, and 1 10% bonus point) or more than 2 points per dollar spent. If that $10 purchase in for dining or charity this quarter for example then you will earn a whopping 61 points (10 base points, 40 category bonus points, 10 transaction points, and 1 10% bonus point) or more than 7 points per dollar spent.
-Keeps your entire Ultimate Rewards point balance alive with no annual fee in case you no longer want to pay the annual fee on the Sapphire Preferred or Ink Bold card. If you decide to reopen those cards in the future you can transfer over your entire point balance to airline/hotel mileage programs.
Cons:
-Can’t transfer points to airline/hotel mileage programs if you don’t have a Sapphire Preferred or Ink Bold card.

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Chase Ink Bold Business Card, 50,000 point signup offer for spending $5,000 in 3 months.
Or
Chase Ink Bold Business Card, 25,000 point signup bonus offer for spending $1.
-Annual Fee: None for first year, then $95.
-Signup Bonus: 25,000 or 50,000 Ultimate Rewards points.
-Normal points for spending: 1 point per dollar.
-Chase Exclusives Bonus for having a Chase checking account: 20% bonus points for each $1 spent!
-All bonus points post to your account monthly.
-Threshold bonuses (Based on 12 month periods from when you open your card):
-Spend $25K in a year and get a 7,500 point bonus. (If you are a checking customer that’s a total of 37,500 points for $25K spend or 1.5 points per dollar spent!)
-Spend $50K in a year and get a 22,500 total point bonus. (If you are a checking customer that’s a total of 82,500 points for $50K spend or 1.65 points per dollar spent!)
-Spend $100K in a year and get a 47,500 total point bonus. (If you are a checking customer that’s a total of 167,500 points for $100K spend or 1.675 points per dollar spent!)
-This is a business card, but anyone can apply for it. If Joe Smith sells items on ebay and wants a credit card to better keep track of business expenditures he can just open a business credit card for Joe Smith Sole Proprietorship. Just be sure to select “Sole Proprietorship” as the business type and just use your social security number in the Tax Identification Number field as well as in the SSN field.
Pros:
-Transfer all Ultimate Rewards points into airline/hotel programs.
-If you are a big spender then by spending $25K, $50K, or $100K on the card you can earn a large amount of points on everyday purchases.
-While spending on most cards will lower your credit score due to your higher credit utilization, spending on a business card will no affect your personal score. Additionally when you close a business card you do not have to worry about losing the credit line (which can also hurt your score) as it was never even reported in the first place on your personal credit score!
Cons:
-$95 annual fee applies after 1st year free.

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Ultimate Rewards cards that do not receive bonus Chase exclusives benefits:

Chase Sapphire Preferred Consumer Card
-Annual Fee: None for first year, then $95.
-Signup Bonus: 50,000 Ultimate Rewards points for spending $3,000, plus a 7% dividend on all points every January/February, making the effective signup bonus 53,500 and the total points earned after spending $3,000 will be between 56,710 and 63,130, depending on the categories of spending.
-Normal points for spending: 1.07 points per dollar spent, 2.14 points per dollar spent on dining, airfare, hotels, car rentals, charges in airports, travel agencies, caterers, timeshares, trains, buses, taxis/limos, ferries, bridges, tolls, and parking, and 3.21 points per dollar if booking travel via the Chase booking tool.
-The extra .07/.14/.21 bonuses post to your account every January or February.
Pros:
-Transfer all Ultimate Rewards points into airline/hotel programs.
-7% dividend on all points earned, even on top of the signup bonus and on top of bonus points earned in double/triple point categories.
-No foreign exchange/transaction fees (All other Ultimate Rewards cards have a 3% fee)
-Excellent card for usage in 2.14 and 3.21 point categories and for purchases made in foreign countries.
-If you don’t have a checking account then this card offers more points for all purchases than other Ultimate Rewards cards.
-No automated phone-tree maze. An agent picks up on the first ring.
-A metal, eye-catching card, with just your name embossed on the front and the number on the back is sure to get noticed when you use it!
Cons:
-$95 annual fee applies after 1st year free.
-If you are a checking customer then the 1.07 points per dollar on regular purchases is eclipsed by Chase Freedom or Chase Ink Bold when they are coupled with Chase Exclusives.
-The 7% bonus posts annually instead of monthly like the Chase Exclusives bonuses on the Freedom and Ink Bold cards.

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Chase Ink Classic Business Card
-Annual Fee: None.
-Signup Bonus: 15,000 Ultimate Rewards points for spending $1, plus 10,000 Ultimate Rewards points for spending $5,000 within 3 months.
-Normal points for spending: 5 points per dollar on wireless, landline, cable services, and office supplies, and 2 points per dollar on gas and lodging all year long. 1 point per dollar elsewhere.
Pros:
-Hefty bonuses in fixed categories. You don’t have to keep checking to see when to use this card, if you have spending in any of the fixed categories put them on this card and reap the huge rewards!
-Keeps your entire Ultimate Rewards point balance alive with no annual fee in case you no longer want to pay the annual fee on the Sapphire Preferred or Ink Bold card. If you decide to reopen those cards in the future you can transfer over your entire point balance to airline/hotel mileage programs.
Cons:
-Can’t transfer points to airline/hotel mileage programs if you don’t have a Sapphire Preferred or Ink Bold card.
-Not compelling to use for purchases outside of the bonus categories.

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Chase Sapphire Consumer Card (Non-Preferred)
-Annual Fee: None.
-Signup Bonus: 25,000 Ultimate Rewards points for spending $3,000 within 3 months.
-Normal points for spending: 2 points per dollar spent on dining and 1 point elsewhere.
Pros:
-No automated phone-tree maze. An agent picks up on the first ring.
-Keeps your entire Ultimate Rewards point balance alive with no annual fee in case you no longer want to pay the annual fee on the Sapphire Preferred or Ink Bold card. If you decide to reopen those cards in the future you can transfer over your entire point balance to airline/hotel mileage programs.
Cons:
-Can’t transfer points to airline/hotel mileage programs if you don’t have a Sapphire Preferred or Ink Bold card.
-Not compelling to use for purchases (besides dining) compared to other fee-free cards like Freedom and Ink Classic.

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Today Only! 20% Off Jetblue Flights!

Jetblue Linky

Use Promo Code: 20FORYOU

-Book by 11:59pm EST on 11/14.
-Travel between 11/29/11-02/15/12.
-Blackout dates: 12/16/11-01/03/12
-Search flights within travel dates listed above.
-Enter code in promo code field exactly as it appears (case sensitive).
-You must select flights in order for discount to appear. Once selected you will see the discount amount displayed in the itinerary subtotal on the right side of the flights page.

HT: good sam, via the DansDeals Forums

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Groupon: $25 For $50 Or $50 For $100 At American Apparel!

$25 For $50 Or $50 For $100 At American Apparel!

-Expires Jan 21, 2012
-Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift.
-Choose from in-store or online coupon.
-Not valid for sale items, Multibrand or Vintage products or gift cards.

HT: Finckmyster, via the DansDeals Forums

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SMOKING HOT! Get A Subscription To The Economist, Parenting, Or Popular Science For Free!

Update: DEAD!

Free Magazine Subscriptions Linky

I’ve never used this particular service myself, but multiple people are saying that it’s legit.  I get the WSJ every day as well as countless other magazines for free, so these things do work.  Use a spam email address and the worst that happens is that nothing comes!

Magazine subscriptions typically take a few months to process.

HT: Chaya B

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Get A 43% Bonus When You Transfer American Express Membership Rewards Points Into Delta Skymiles!

Delta Promo Registration Linky (Exp: 12/31/11)

For every 50,000  American Express Membership Rewards Points that you transfer into Delta Skymiles you will get a rebate of 15,000 Membership Rewards Points.

Allow 6-8 weeks to receive the rebate certificate.

In other words for 35,000 Membership Rewards Points (after the 15K rebate) you will get 50,000 Delta miles, or about 1.43 miles for each point transferred.

There is no limit to the amount of bonus certificates you can earn, but you only receive them for increments of 50,000 points transferred, so at 100,000 points transferred you’ll get a 30,000 point rebate, at 150K a 45,000 point rebate, at 200K a 60,000 point rebate, etc.

You can borrow up to 60,000 points by calling up Membership Rewards (800-AXP-EARN) and asking for a points advance.  You then have up to 1 year to earn those points from signup bonuses or spending or else they will charge you 2.5 cents per point.

Need more Membership Rewards points?  Here are some Membership Rewards cards:

American Express Business Gold Rewards Card (50K for spending $10K in 5 months)

American Express Consumer Platinum Card (25K for spending $1K in 3 months)

American Express Consumer Premier Rewards Gold Card (15K for spending $!K in 3 months)

American Express Consumer Gold Rewards Card (10K for spending $1K in 3 months)

Having problems seeing card offers? Getting a “card not available” or other error message?
1. Try using another browser (IE, Firefox, or Chrome) to see the offer.
2. You can try deleting your browser’s cache and cookies to see the offers. To do so just hold down the Ctrl, Shift, and Delete buttons on your keyboard and then delete your cache and cookies.
3. You can also try browsing “incognito” or “in-private” to see the offers. In IE and Firefox you can access this mode by holding down Ctrl, Shift, and P buttons on your keyboard. In Chrome you can access this mode by holding down Ctrl, Shift, and N. Then just return to DansDeals.com and click on the card offer you want.
-Just fill out the standard application. Don’t click for the shorter existing cardmember application or you will not get the best offer.

HT: AsherO, via the DansDeals Forums

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LG 42″ 1080p, 120Hz, Ultra-Slim 3D LED HDTV With 3D Blu-Ray Player And Four Pairs Of 3D Glasses, Normally $1,199.99, Now Just $727 Shipped From Amazon!

Update 3: Sold out again!

Update 2: Alive Again!

Update: Sold Out!

Buy this LED on a credit card like the Starwood AMEX Consumer Card, the Starwood AMEX Business Card or the AMEX Premier Rewards Gold and you’ll get a 2nd year of top notch warranty coverage from AMEX for free! Have a problem with the LED during the AMEX warranty year? AMEX will pay to fix the problem or refund the entire purchase price of your LED!

LG 42″ 1080p, 120Hz, Ultra-Slim 3D LED HDTV With 3D Blu-Ray Player And Four Pairs of 3D Glasses: $727

Amazon TV Store: Lowest-price guarantee, price-drop protection, free shipping, and free return shipping for 30 days from the date that you actually receive the TV.

Items shipped to Kansas, Kentucky, New York, North Dakota, or Washington are subject to sales tax.

-LG’s Cinema 3D technology delivers flicker free, wide angle viewing through use of lightweight, inexpensive, battery free glasses (included: four pairs of glasses).
-Enjoy amazing depth along with smoother, crisper images, and a clear picture from virtually any angle.
-Enjoy your favorite 2D movies and shows in immersive 3D with LG’s 2D to 3D conversion feature.
-LG’s LED Plus back-light technology provides even greater control of brightness through local dimming that delivers better contrast.
-TruMotion 120Hz technology lets you see sports, video games and high-speed action with virtually no motion blur. Full HD 1080p gives it superior picture quality over standard HDTV.
-3 HDMI ports

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Panasonic HDC-TM41H HD Camcorder With 16GB Internal Flash Memory, Normally $379, Now Just $179 Shipped From Amazon!

Panasonic HDC-TM41H HD Camcorder With 16GB Internal Flash Memory

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Motorola Digital Video Baby Monitor With Color LCD Screen For Just $85 Shipped From Groupon!

Motorola Digital Video Baby Monitor With Color LCD Screen Linky

-Limit 2/person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 Groupon/order.

Retail is $129, currently sells for $100 at Amazon.

“Motorola’s MBP20 Digital Audio Baby Monitor will give you the reassurance that your child is resting peacefully. Equipped with 1.9 GHz DECT 6.0 technology for sound clarity, you can feel comfortable your little one will come through loud and clear when they need you. A 1.5″ LCD color display shows sound and video monitoring, with infrared night vision. Data encryption is built-in for added security. The MBP20 digital audio baby monitor has an impressive range of up to 200 meters (656 feet) with an out of range warning, allowing you to move around the house or yard comfortably, knowing you will hear when your little one is awake. Lull your baby to sleep with one of five polyphonic lullabies programmed into the MBP20.”

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Today Only! Verizon Motorola Droid RAZR 4G LTE Android Phone For Just $111.11 With A New Plan From Verizon!

Verizon Motorola Droid RAZR 4G Android Phone

Verizon just released the Droid RAZR today. They are selling it for $299.99 with a new contract, but for today only (11/11/11) Amazon is selling it to new customers for just $111.11.

Plus for a limited time only Verizon is doubling the data allowance.  For $30 a month you now get 4GB of data usage per month instead of 2GB, and as long as you enroll during this promo period you will keep the 4GB plan for life!

The Droid RAZR is an ultra-thin Android smartphone.  For comparison the iPhone 4S is .37 inches thick and the Droid RAZR is a diminutive .27 inches thick.

“Slice through multiple tasks simultaneously with a dual–core 1.2 GHz processor and 1 GB of LP DDR2 RAM, and enjoy brilliant optics with the 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Advanced display. A rear-facing 8-megapixel camera also allows you to capture stunning still photos and Full HD 1080p videos while on the go. It’s also outfitted with a 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera with HD 720p video recording for on-the-go chats.
With 16 GB of onboard storage and an included 16 GB microSD card, you’ll be able to keep loads of photos and videos directly on the device–and you can use optional microSD memory cards up to 32 GB for even more storage potential.”

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Endless.com Friday Sale!

Endless.com Friday Sale Linky

-Today only: Save 30% off of the lowest listed prices at the final checkout page on:

Women’s hiking-inspired boots

Men’s hiking-inspired boots
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Save 25% on $100+ orders of women’s party and special occasion shoes found in the following link:

Women’s Party Shoes
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Save 25% off $80+ orders of Men’s and Women’s running shoes found in the following link:

Men’s and Women’s running shoes
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Save 20% off kids dress shoes and boots found in the following link:

Kids dress shoes and boots
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Save 20% off $80+ orders of Men’s and Womens Shearling and Slippers found in the following link:

Men’s and Womens Shearling and Slippers
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Endless.com:
-Is an Amazon owned site, you just login with your Amazon login info!
-Ships your shoes out overnight or 2nd day for free.
-Offers an entire year to return shoes that you don’t like-and return shipping is always free as well!
-Offers a 100% price guarantee, so if you find a cheaper price on another site, or even if their own price goes down, you will get a refund of the difference!

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MicraLite Toro Stroller For Just $204.99 Shipped From Woot!

Update: SOLD OUT!

MicraLite Toro Stroller Linky

Normally retails for $400-$525!

Choose from Black, Orange, or Emerald.

“The Micralite Toro strollers have mums and dads relishing in the super-smooth moves and precision performance. The unique sliding seat fully reclines to comfortably accommodate even the littlest riders (birth to 4 years). With a single-handed lift of the handle, the front wheels effortlessly retract and disappear between the rear wheels leaving the buggy freestanding and ready to be stored in an upright position. Micralite strollers are also able to be pushed with one hand due to unrivalled maneuverability. These are just of few of the features, which when combined with modern fresh colors and accessories make these strollers a beautiful combination of form and function.

-air pump, all weather hood, foot muff and zip on rain cover included
-under seat shopping basket
-adaptable with Maxi-Cosi Mico, Graco SnugRide and SafeSeat car seat
-robust 12” all terrain removable pneumatic rear wheels
-lightweight – only 19 pounds (8.5 kg)
-Meets ASTM F833 and SOR/85-379 safety standards for strollers and carriages
-5 year manufacturer warranty

Awards & Praise for the TORO:

-Cookie Magazine gives the MicraLite TORO a 5 star review saying, “Urban parents are going to freak.” The review notes that the TORO is made for stairs and public transportation
-Consumer Reports gives the Micralite TORO high marks! Of all the strollers reviewed, the Toro received the best ratings across all categories for luxury strollers!

HT: YankyDoodle

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40% Off Of Regular And Sale Priced Merchandise At Gap With A Gap Inc. Card, Or 30% Off With Any Payment Type!

Gap Linky

Use the following code for 30% off with any card type: GAPFRIENDS

Here is a one-time use 40% off online coupon with a Gap Inc card up for grabs for someone who’s quick:
LF7JPG6GC2TH

If anyone wants to share their one-time use 40% off coupon just post it as a comment so that someone else will be able to use it!

40% Off In-Store Coupon Linky (Gap Inc Card Rrequired)

Valid November 10, 2011 at 12:00 AM through November 13, 2011 at 11:59 PM EST at Gap, GapBody, GapKids, and babyGap stores and online in the U.S. Offer not valid at Gap Outlet.

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Today Only! Save $10 Off $100 On Electronics, Toys, And Games At Amazon.com When You Use A Mastercard! Plus Get A $10 Off $50 Coupon For A Future Purchase!

Amazon.com Electronics Linky

Amazon.com Toys And Games Linky

Use the following code for $10 off $100 (Exp: 11/10, Mastercard required for code to work!): WLG2FB7X

Customers who complete a qualifying $100+ purchase with the code above will also receive an individual promotion code for $10 off $50 emailed to the email address listed on their Amazon.com account within 30 days of the qualifying MasterCard card purchase. This individual promotion code is good for 30 days and will be reflected in your shopping cart total for orders over $50 on products sold by Amazon.com.

HT: Thingywingy, via the DansDeals Forums

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Dell Inspiron 14z Laptop, Was $888.99, Now Just $599.99 Shipped!

Dell Inspiron 14z Laptop Linky

Use code: $BQLLLWHJ$0WT5

“Thin and Powerful: Live your busy life with the thin, sleek and fun Inspiron 14z. Its compact, thin aluminum design packs impressive productivity and entertainment features you want at the right price.
When you carry an Inspiron 14z, you’re telling the world you love great design. Its thin profile and sleek aluminum exterior are at home in any setting. Open it to find more nice touches inside, where an aluminum palm rest and the quick action of a chiclet keyboard provide an inviting atmosphere.
The thrills of your favorite movies are never far away with a DVD/RW on your Inspiron 14z. With its 14″ HD widescreen display, you’ll enjoy the full visual impact of your movies.
And to complement the incredible sights, Inspiron 14z offers SRS Premium Sound™ to provide theater-like 5.1 surround sound when connected to a compatible audio system. Welcome to the next level of on-the-go entertainment.
Starting at 4.23lbs, Inspiron 14z is designed to be a lightweight yet powerful travel partner.”

Specs:
-2nd generation Intel Core i5-2430M processor (2.40 GHz)
-Windows 7 Home Premium
-Microsoft Office Starter: (Word & Excel)
-McAfee SecurityCenter, 15-Months
-6GB RAM
-640GB Hard Drive
-14″ HD LED Display (1366 x 768) with True-Life
-1.0MP HD Webcam
-8X Dual Layer CD/DVD Burner
-Intel Centrino Wireless-N 1030
-Bluetooth 3.0
-Upgrade available to Backlit Keyboard for $24.99

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Air Canada Adds Fuel Surcharge Onto Partner Award Tickets.

The big news all over the blogosphere tonight is that Air Canada’s Aeroplan program has started collecting fuel surcharges on some partner airlines.

I’ve never accumulated Air Canada miles as I’ve long feared this day would come.  Nearly 2 years ago I said that “I won’t accumulate miles in Aeroplan because they scare me…too much risk that they will introduce fuel surcharges on Star Alliance tickets (after all they charge it on Air Canada redemptions)”

Well that day has come.  They’ve already implemented this on many Star Alliance carriers like Lufthansa, Austrian, Asiana, Thai, and ANA.  I’m sure more will follow shortly.  ANA used to not charge the surcharges on select partners and slowly they added them onto all of their partners.

If you have Air Canada miles burn them on partners like United, USAir, Air New Zealand, Singapore, and Swiss before it will start costing $$$$ to redeem Air Canada miles for travel on those airlines as well.

Then find yourself a program that doesn’t charge pesky fuel surcharges!
Continental/United (Star Alliance, Chase Ultimate Rewards transfer partner at 1K:1K), USAirways (Star Alliance, Starwood transfer partner at 20K:25K), and LAN (Oneworld, Starwood transfer partner at 20K:50K) never collect a fuel surcharge.
American (Oneworld, Starwood transfer partner at 20K:25K) and Alaska (Partners with carriers from multiple alliances, Starwood transfer partner at 20K:25K) only does if you want to travel on British Airways.
Delta (Skyteam, Membership Rewards transfer partner at 1K:1K and Starwood transfer partner at 20K:25K) doesn’t charge fuel surcharges as long as your flight originates in the USA (except if you fly on V Australia, in which case they do charge) but they do charge fuel surcharges for departures from many countries outside the US.
Other programs like EuroBonus (Star Alliance), South African (Star Alliance), and TAM (Star Alliance) also reportedly never charge fuel surcharges.  Smaller US based programs also don’t charge fuel surcharges.
From there it starts getting more obscure. Like British Airways (Oneworld,  Membership Rewards transfer partner at 1K:1K, Chase Ultimate rewards transfer partner at 1K:1K, and Starwood transfer partner at 20K:25K) doesn’t charge fuel surcharges on select AA flights and on LAN flights. Or Flying Blue (Skyteam,  Membership Rewards transfer partner at 1K:1K and Starwood transfer partner at 20K:25K) not charging fuel surcharges on select Delta flights.  Air Berlin (Soon to be Oneworld, Starwood transfer partner at 20K:25K) allows you to redeem more miles to avoid paying any surcharges or taxes.  Etc, etc…

For people with Starwood Starpoints or Chase Sapphire Preferred or Chase Ink Bold Ultimate Rewards points they can still transfer points to Star Alliance carriers that don’t charge fuel surcharges when redeeming miles, but for people with Membership Rewards points this means that there are no more Star Alliance carriers that are surcharge-free, although there are other carriers from different alliances to still choose from while avoiding fuel surcharges.

Like I told you in September, I transferred my entire hoard of Membership Rewards points out to Continental and this change only helps bolster my decision.

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Stay 1 Night At A Radisson And Get 50,000 Club Carlson Points!

Offer Registration Linky

Club Carlson Linky

The first 50,000 people to register will get 50,000 points if they stay at a Radisson in the US, Canada, or Caribbean by 12/30/11.

Club Carlson has 6 hotel categories that cost between 9,000 and 50,000 points for a free night.

HT: Chaikel, via the DansDeals Forums

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HOT! Fly On Air Berlin To Israel For Just 20,000 Starpoints Each Way With $0 In Taxes!

Related:
-Starwood American Express 30K Consumer Card Linky
-Starwood American Express 30K Business Card Linky
-Getting To Israel Using Starwood Starpoints!
-Air France/KLM Flying Blue Slashes Fuel Surcharges On Delta Award Tickets (Fly nonstop for 40,000 Starpoints round-trip plus $70!)
-Tons Of Flying Blue Promo Award Availability To Israel…But Is It Worth It? (Fly for 20,000 Starpoints round-trip plus $500)

Here’s yet another way of using your Starpoints to get to Israel.

Air Berlin is one of the dozens of airlines that you can transfer your Starpoints to. 20,000 Starpoints becomes 25,000 Air Berlin miles.

Air Berlin flies to Tel Aviv via Dusseldorf or Berlin.

To search for these flights you will need to create an Air Berlin TopBonus account on their site and then click on redeem miles.

Availability is sporadic. There may be no flights for months and then some months there’s great availability.
It’s easier to search for availability by searching just one-way at a time.

From JFK there is availability pretty much every Sunday until May, but it seems hard to find return availability. Then from May and on there is tons of return avaialbility but the only outbound flights appear to be on Saturday.

From Los Angeles there is little availability until May, but from May through October there is tons of avaialbility in both directions.

Here are some sample available itineraries:

From JFK:

JFK-TLV 04/22-05/02 is 40,000 Starpoints round-trip with $0 tax.

Here are the redemption options:
Coach: 30,000 miles+$486 tax or 50,000 miles +$0 tax.
Business: 45,000 miles+$486 tax or 65,000 miles +$0 tax

JFK-DUS: 17:25-07:00 AB7451
DUS-TLV: 08:40-14:00 AB8804
TLV-TXL: 04:50-08:05 AB8903
TXL-JFK: 13:00-15:45 AB7248

From Los Angeles:

LAX-TLV 06/11-06/20 is 40,000 Starpoints round-trip with $0 tax.

Coach: 30,000 miles+$514 tax or 50,000 miles +$0 tax.
Business: 45,000 miles+$514 tax or 65,000 miles +$0 tax

LAX-TXL: 14:45-10:40 AB7023
TXL-TLV: 22:35-03:35 AB8902
TLV-TXL: 04:50-08:05 AB8903
TXL-LAX: 10:00-12:50 AB7022

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Will British Airways Gut their Award Chart Next Week?

On November 16th BA Miles will be converted into “Avios.” I’m sure they paid some creative firm massive sums of money to come up with that ridiculous name for their miles.

British Airways is refusing to release any information about upcoming changes to their one partner award chart, which is the best chart for US based collectors of BA miles today.  This has fueled rumors that they may be eliminating the chart entirely.  You can book travel now at the current rates for anytime in the next year.

In the one partner award chart is a handful of bargains.  You can travel between the US and Argentina, Brazil, or Peru for just 40,000 miles in coach or 80,000 in business on AA or LAN with no fuel surcharges.  You can travel within the US48 for 25,000 miles or to Hawaii for just 35,000 miles with no fuel surcharges.  You can fly to Asia on Cathay Pacific for just 50,000 miles in coach or 100,000 miles in business with relatively small fuel surcharges.  One-way travel is allowed at half of those rates and stopovers are free as well.

It’s generally not worthwhile to use BA miles to travel to Europe or Israel due to the massive fuel surcharges they tack onto transatlantic travel, especially when flying on AA or BA across the pond.

BA miles can be pooled together.  Tickets can be booked online (you must first search and then click the box to include partners to search for partner flights on BA.com) or over the phone at 800-452-1201

What will happen on November 16th?  If you’re sitting on a stash of BA miles you may not want to wait around to find out…

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$10 Off $10 + Additional 5% Off For Opening A New Account + Free Shipping + Free Return Shipping At Shoebuy!

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Use the following code for $10 off: EMLSTAYWARM11

When you register for a new Shoebuy account with a new email address an additional 5% off is taken off automatically at the final checkout page for the first 60 days that the account is open!

Shoebuy always offers free shipping and free return shipping!

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Today Only! $10 Off $10.01+ Orders From Grubhub!

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Use code: TANGOSAQAAT10

Here is a link to some Manhattan kosher restaurants and to Sushi K Bar in Brooklyn.  Post if you find other kosher eateries!

HT: ticketmaster, via the DansDeals Forums

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Ebel Women’s E-Type Watch, Normally $2,310, On Sale For $799, Now Just $349 Shipped After Bonus Coupon Savings From Ashford.com!

Ebel Women’s E-Type Watch Linky

Use code (Exp: 11/14): DANETYPE349

“The highlight of this finely crafted E Type Watch from Ebel is the unique 11 millimeter band fashioned from E-shaped, stainless steel links that mirror the Ebel insignia. The 25 millimeter round stainless steel case and raised bezel with polished indexes surround a simple white dial with silver Arabic numerals and indexes. The silver hands with luminous tips are powered by Swiss-quartz movement, and a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal protects the dial. This watch is water resistant up to 330 feet.”

-2-year warranty on all watches
-30-day money back guarantee
-100% brand-new, authentic watches

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Woot-Off Going On Now!

Instead of selling 1 item for 24 hours, for the next 24-72 hours woot will be selling lots of stuff for very short periods of time-expect some very good deals-but don’t expect them to last more than a couple minutes!!!

Woot Off Linky

Will this be the time you finally get a legendary BOC?

HT: chez, via the DansDeals Forums

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Fantastic 2012 Chrysler Town & Country Touring 24 Month Lease Special! Only $299 Per Month!

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HOT! Fully Loaded Garmin Nuvi 1490LMT 5″ Widescreen GPS, Was $349.99, Now Just $159.99 Shipped From Amazon!

Update: DEAD!

Garmin Nuvi 1490LMT Linky

This is the lowest price on Amazon for this device ever!

This GPS is compatible with Garmin’s Israel maps and is fully loaded with great features like:
-5″ Sunlight-readable Touch Screen, TFT color touchscreen display with 480 x 272 WQVGA pixel resolution.
-Free lifetime map and traffic updates for the most up-to-date maps, POIs, and navigation info, along with constantly updated traffic information.
-Free lifetime traffic alerts.
-City Navigator NT North America (U.S with Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico, Canada and Mexico)
-Text to Speech
-Lane Assist
-Junction View
-Integrated Bluetooth wireless technology with a built-in microphone and speaker for hands-free calling
-Multiple-point routing
-MP3 Player
-Enhanced pedestrian navigation capabilities
-Sleek, slim design

HT: fred

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Round-The-World Trip Notes, Part 3: Melbourne, Australia.

Continued from:
Round-The-World Trip Notes, Part 1: Khao Lak, Thailand.

Round-The-World Trip Notes, Part 2: Chiang Mai, Thailand.

Here are some more trip notes from the round-the-world trip my wife and I took for a month between December 2010 and January 2011. Australia had long been on my bucket list, so it was really exciting to finally make it down under!  I hope these notes will prove useful for somebody.  You can read more of my trip reports by clicking on the trip notes tab.

This trip was made possible by AA’s unique OneWorld award chart where we flew around the world in first class for the cost of opening up a few credit cards.  With myriad of rules it’s not designed for beginners though.

I helped prepare for the trip down under with info from the Australia Master thread on the DansDeals Forums,
-Fodor’s Australia
-Lonely Planet Australia
-Lonely Planet Discover Australia (More of a “cliffs notes” guide than a comprehensive guide, but has great itinerary suggestions)
-Garmin Nuvi GPS Maps for Australia

-There’s tons of kosher food is Australian supermarkets, but very little of it is labeled!  An invaluable resource is the Kashrut Authority of Australia’s website which lists all of the food that is kosher, and says whether it needs a kosher label on it or not.  For example there’s lots of great cereals that are kosher in Australia that are not back home, and vice versa as well, so be sure to come prepared.-

-I picked up a prepaid wireless modem from Telstra in Melbourne for under $80 that was great. The data that came included with it lasted for the entire trip. I used Google Voice to make free phone calls to the US from my laptop through the Telstra modem.

-I also had a world phone with a world sim card from OneSimCard that gave me free incoming calls and relatively cheap outgoing calls worldwide if anyone really needed to reach me.

12/27/10: Hong Kong-Melbourne:

We took the free shuttle from the Marriott SkyCity to the Hong Kong Airport.

Out of habit I stocked up on drinks from the Qantas First lounge in Hong Kong which were promptly confiscated upon boarding the flight by secondary security. Apparently no drinks are allowed on the plane at all, even if purchased post-security. Good thing that we were in First where my cup was rarely empty :)

We sat in seats 3EF on Qantas First in 747. The seats are not nearly as private or comfortable as on Cathay Pacific, but if you’re traveling with a companion you can hold a conversation with each other. The plane itself is looking dated, with the carpeting showing its age.

The flight attendants in Qantas First though were extremely personable, and I preferred them greatly to the Cathay attendants.

The Qantas kosher meals on the other hand out of Hong Kong are sourced from Bangkok and were dreadful. No idea why they don’t use Hermolis out of Hong Kong as Cathay does.

We had been warned about the strictness of Australian customs agents with regards to food beforehand and I came prepared. I emailed them about what I could and couldn’t bring and learned that La Briute meals were OK as they have an extended shelf life, are vacuum sealed, are made in the US, and do not require refrigeration. The meals aren’t gourmet, but the Cheese Ravioli and the Spaghetti and Meatballs meals are edible and it’s always nice to have a piping hot meal in a pinch. We declared that we had them and had no issues.

We made our way to Avis to rent a car and for my first real challenge-driving on the left side of the street. It took some time, but eventually I got used to it. It is scary at first though, and you just have to keep telling yourself to stay left. Everything is backwards, so you sit on what is the passenger seat in the US, on the highway the traffic directions are the opposite of how they would be in the US and exits are on the left while the passing lanes are on the right. I can’t even count the number of times I tried entering the car from the wrong side or hit the windshield wipers when trying to use the turn signal as those are the opposite sides as well! After 2 days of driving though I got used to it.

Driving in downtown Melbourne is even more complicated though with its streetcars and making right turns from the leftmost lane, and is not for the feint of heart.

12/27: Melbourne:

We stayed the first night in the Park Hyatt Melbourne and we instantly fell in love with the hotel. Incredibly it’s just a category 4 hotel, so it costs just 15,000 Hyatt points a night (Sapphire preferred or Ink Bold points transfer to Hyatt 1:1), or you can use the Anniversary or signup nights from the Hyatt credit card. Super-friendly staff, prime location downtown, and a beautiful hotel. There is a Park Club with free food and drinks for diamond members. They upgraded us to a massive suite, which was awesome. There is an enormous swimming pool, the largest I’ve ever seen in a downtown hotel, and there were great exercise facilities as well.
They were also more than happy to order us complimentary kosher breakfasts, which were very good.

Itinerary outline:

Melbourne itself though didn’t interest me too much, so we used it as a base. There are limited attractions of interest for tourists aside from museums and coffee shops. Therefore my plan was this:
-Monday: Arrive late and crash at the Park Hyatt Melbourne.
-Tuesday: Buy food for the road, and start driving the Great Ocean Road until Apollo Bay.
-Wednesday: Drive more of the Great Ocean Road and then head north to Halls Gap in the Grampians National Park.
-Thursday: Return to Melbourne, stay at the Park Hyatt Melbourne.
-Friday-Sunday: Park Hyatt Melbourne and then fly to Tasmania on Sunday.

12/28: The Great Ocean Road:

As usual, my plans tend to be overly aggressive. We went to the jewish community in Melbourne to pick up food. By the time we were ready to go it was already mid-afternoon. Ideally we should have left in the morning.

The Great Ocean Road is magnificent. The only thing I can personally compare it to is the Road to Hana on Maui. There are many differences though. The Great Ocean Road is significantly longer. The Great Ocean Road measures 168 miles from Geelong to Warrnambool. The Road to Hana from Kahului to Hana is 47 miles. The Road to Hana is more about waterfalls, hiking, and vistas overlooking the ocean, while the Great Ocean Road is much closer to the ocean for a many portions of the trip. The Great Ocean Road simply can’t be done as a day trip, while the Road to Hana can be if you get started early enough in the morning.  The purpose of both of these drives is the drive itself, not the destination.  Both roads have a loop to go back a different way, the Road to Hana has an incredible loop to return with and there are multiple loop options when you done with the Great Ocean Road.  Driving either of these 2 routes can be hair-raising at times, but personally I loved them both and was ecstatic that I had a convertible to do them both.

Our guidebook mentioned that there was a good chance of seeing kangaroos hopping about at the Angelsea Golf Club, and indeed we saw out first kangaroos when we stopped off there. Angelsea was a cute little town on the Ocean where you can rent a paddle boat and have some fun in the water.

We pulled off the Great Ocean Road to check out Erskine Falls. The best part of Erskine Falls was the basil that gave the most wonderful aroma to the forest it is located in. This place truly smelled heavenly! We hiked down to the falls and then continued on the Great Ocean Road. We made it to Apollo Bay before nightfall, where we stayed at Haley Reef Views ($150), a cute bed and breakfast for the night.  We went in peak season, but during the off-season it’s probably much less.

12/29: The Grampians National Park:

Checkout was 10am and we were back on the Great Ocean Road where we hit up more fantastic sites and some other short hikes along the Great Ocean Road.  Finally we headed north towards the Grampians National Park.  The Grampians are just stunning.  The views are simply not accurately caught in the pictures below, they’re truly a site you need to see with your own 2 eyes to appreciate.  There are countless amazing hikes in the Grampians, each with a big payoff at the end in the form of breathtaking views and sites.

Deciding to save some dough and rough it for a night we turned in at a hostel fo the night! I found positive reviews for Brambuk Backpackers in Halls Gap which is in the heart of the Grampians, and rented a private room with a private bathroom for $60. No frills at all, but it was clean and cheap!

There’s no denying it, the Melbourne/Great Ocean Road/Grampians National Park loop we made was utterly exhausting. 472 miles of driving in 48 hours, much of it on difficult roads. Ideally I feel that it should have been done in 4 days instead of 2, but it just wasn’t possible for us. Either way it was still absolutely amazing.

12/30-01/02: Melbourne:
We arrived back in Melbourne on Thursday afternoon and went straight to Daneli’s for a fresh cooked meal. The burger and fries there were good and reasonably priced.
-Nogga, a dairy restaurant, had mediocre food at sky-high prices.
-Kimberly’s, the upscale meat restaurant, was shockingly overpriced ($35 for a small chinese meal?!?) for mediocre food with the atmosphere of an old-age home.
-Glicks Bagels are so overrated it’s hard to believe. Poor bagels, lousy baked goods, a milkshake consisted of just plain milk, the only thing that was good here was their Challah, which actually was really good.
-Haymisha Bakery had delicious baked goods and awesome muffins, cookies, and other goodies.
-Lichtensteins Bakery sold us stale baked goods that were breathtakingly expensive.
-Shemesh Pizza was very good with great pizza and fries.

For Shabbos we davened at the East Melbourne Synagogue, where Rabbi Dovid Gutnick does an amazing job. We had Friday night dinner with the Gutnicks and ate lunch in the shul as well.  The synagogue dates back over 150 years and looks like it belongs in Italy instead of Australia, definitely a sight to see.  We met other interesting traveling couples in the shul as well and had a great time over the relaxing shabbos.

The Park Hyatt has no easy way to get from the higher floors to the lobby without using the elevator so we requested to move down to the lobby floor on Friday. There are no suites on the lobby floor, but the ever-accommodating staff got us an executive room on the lobby floor that had a walk-out porch.

On Friday we checked out the Queen Victoria Market where we got some tourist stuff at prices that were wayyyyy higher than what we were used to paying in Thailand. We got to walk around downtown on Shabbos and do some exploring. Finally it was time to pack up and move onto Tasmania!


Hotel costs for this leg:
4 nights in a Hyatt category 4 hotel=60,000 Hyatt points, plus $210 for 2 nights on the Great Ocean Road and in Halls Gap.

Pictures (Click to enlarge):


Qantas 747 First Class

Qantas HKG-MEL First Class Kosher Meal

Qantas HKG-MEL First Class Kosher Meal


Qantas gladly heated up my double-wrapped Shnitzel sandwich from Chiang Mai.

 

Qantas HKG-MEL First Class Kosher Meal

Qantas HKG-MEL First Class Kosher Meal

Sunset from Hong Kong-Melbourne

Park Hyatt Melbourne Suite

Park Hyatt Melbourne Suite

 

Park Hyatt Melbourne Suite

Park Hyatt Melbourne Kosher Breakfast

Park Hyatt Melbourne

Park Hyatt Melbourne

 

Park Hyatt Melbourne Kosher Breakfast

Park Hyatt Melbourne Kosher Breakfast

Park Hyatt Melbourne Kosher Breakfast

 

Rice Bubbles?

Kangaroo at Angelsea Golf Club

Erskine Falls

Erskine Falls

A sign you don’t see back home

Great Ocean Road

Great Ocean Road

Great Ocean Road

Great Ocean Road

In case you forget…

Great Ocean Road

Great Ocean Road

Great Ocean Road

Grampians National Park…the pictures truly do not do this place justice!

Grampians National Park

Grampians National Park

Grampians National Park

Grampians National Park

 

Melbourne

Burger and fries at Daneli’s

 

Pastrami Burger at Daneli’s

A great drink!

Shemesh Pizza Menu

Shemesh Onion Pizza

Shemesh Pesto Pizza

Strange hours at Shemesh

 

Mediocre and overpriced steak at Kimberly’s

Sticky Lamb Ribs at Kimberly’s (Good…but they’re not Katzy’s!)

Chicken Satay at Kimberly’s

Sure, but can you use rebid zones and virtual credit cards for your drugs?

 

What color car?  Bluey!

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HOT! 4 Days Only! Stacklable 29% Plus 20% Savings On Shutterfly Photo Books! Plus Get Free Shipping On $30+ Orders!

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Shutterfly’s photo books are tops in the industry. I make an 8×11 Shutterfly hardcover custom cover 8×11 photo book to document every trip we go on and they always come out looking amazing! An 8×11 hardcover photo cover book is normally $34.99 and will be just $19.87 after the 20% and 29% off…a bargain for a memento that will last a lifetime. The 8×8 book will be just $17 after the coupon.
Order 2 books (or 1 book with extra pages) to get over $30 and shipping will be free as well!

Shutterfly has just come out with new Custom Path software to make it easier than ever to make your own personalized photo book.

20% off is automatic on 8×8 and 8×11 photo books through 11/09. (12×12 books are 30% off)
Use the following code for an additional 29% off (Exp: 11/09): PBEXTRA
Use the following code for free shipping on $30+ (after discounts) orders: SHIP30

New Shutterfly customers can also get 50 free photo prints for signing up here!

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$500 Off $1,399+ HP Customized Laptops!

Buy this computer on a credit card like the Starwood AMEX Consumer Card, the Starwood AMEX Business Card or the AMEX Premier Rewards Gold and you’ll get a 2nd year of top notch warranty coverage from AMEX for free! Have a problem with the laptop during the AMEX warranty year? AMEX will pay to fix the problem or refund the entire purchase price of your computer!

Buy anything from HP with an American Express business card like the Starwood AMEX Business Card, the Open Gold Charge card, or the Platinum Charge card, and get 5% cash back on top of the regular points earned for the purchase with automatic Open Savings!

HP Notebooks Linky

Use the following code for $500 Off $1,399+ HP laptops with code (Exp: After 900 uses!): NBG64548
Not combinable with instant rebates.

This coupon does work on Envy laptops, including HP Envy 14, HP Envy 14 Beats Edition, HP Envy 17, and HP Envy 17 3D.

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20% Off Plus Free Shipping At Crocs.com!

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The codes are also valid on the clearance Crocs in the outlet section!

Get 20% off with code (Exp: 11/06): friends11

Free shipping on all orders with code: fallship

Discounts and free shipping codes will be calculated on the final checkout page before finalizing your order, so just continue to the last page to see the free shipping.

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Endless.com Friday Sale!

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-Today only: Save 25% off of the lowest listed prices at the final checkout page on:

Cole Haan Men’s Shoes and Boots

Cole Haan Women’s Shoes and Boots
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-Is an Amazon owned site, you just login with your Amazon login info!
-Ships your shoes out overnight or 2nd day for free.
-Offers an entire year to return shoes that you don’t like-and return shipping is always free as well!
-Offers a 100% price guarantee, so if you find a cheaper price on another site, or even if their own price goes down, you will get a refund of the difference!

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Dell Vostro 230 Slim Tower Desktop, Was $385, Now Now $219 From Dell!

Buy this computer on a credit card like the Starwood American Express Consumer Card, the Starwood American Express Business Card or the American Express Premier Rewards Gold and you’ll get a 2nd year of top notch warranty coverage from AMEX for free! Have a problem with the computer during the AMEX warranty year? AMEX will pay to fix the problem or refund the entire purchase price of your computer!

Dell Vostro 230 Slim Tower Desktop Linky

Base specs at $219:
-Intel Pentium Dual-Core E5800 3.2GHZ
-Windows 7 Home Premium
-Microsoft Office Starter 2010 (Word and Excel)
-1 Year On-Site Service Warranty
-2GB RAM
Upgrade available to 3 GB for $30 or 4GB for $60.
-16X DVD-ROM Drive
Upgrade available to DVD Burner for $35.
-250GB Hard Drive
-Upgrade available to 320GB for $15 or 500GB for $35.
-Trend Micro Worry-Free Business Security Services Software, 15-months.
-Dell QuietKey Keyboard
-Dell Optical USB Mouse

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Updated: The Ultimate Airline Checked Baggage Fees Chart.

Worth noting: USAirways is the last airline flying from North America to Israel that still gives 2 free bags.

This chart can be accessed at www.dansdeals.com/baggage

The chart below has been updated with all of the latest baggage fee changes for 21 US and Canadian carriers. It first displays in alphabetical order the US based network carriers, followed by all other US based carriers, followed by Canadian carriers.

-All fees listed are for each way, simply double the fee to calculate the cost for round-trip travel.

-The following chart is applicable for economy class travel only.

-Prices for US carriers are for travel from the United States to the listed destination.

-Prices for Canadian carriers are for travel to or from Canada and the listed destination.

-Generally if one person on an itinerary is exempt then everyone of that reservation is also exempt from baggage fees!

Airline:1st Bag2nd BagOther domestic feesExempt
AAUS & Canada: $25.
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Other locations: Free
US & Canada: $35.
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Latin America: $30.
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Europe & India: $60.
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Brazil, China, and Japan: Free.
Over 62 linear inches: $200.
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51-70 pounds: $100
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71-100 pounds: $200
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3rd bag: $150
AA, Alaska, and OneWorld alliance Elites AND Full “Y class” refundable tickets AND AAnytime mileage awards all get 2 free 50 lb. bags

Citi Executive AAdvantage cardholders get 1 free 50 lb. bag.
DeltaUS & Canada: $25
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Other locations: Free.
US & Canada: $35
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Mexico, Central America, and Caribbean: $40.
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Brazil, Japan, and Philippines: Free
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Other locations: $60 online, $75 airport.
Over 62 linear inches: $175.
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51-70 pounds: $90.
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71-100 pounds: $175
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3rd bag: $125
Delta, Air France, KLM, and Alaska Elites get 2 free 70 lb. bags.
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Full “Y class” refundable tickets get 2 free 50 lb. bags.
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Delta AMEX Gold, Platinum, and Reserve cardholders get 1 free 50 lb. bag.
United/ContinentalUS , Canada, and Caribbean: $25.
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Other locations: Free
US & Canada:$35.
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Mexico, Central America, and Caribbean: $30.
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Brazil, Japan, and Venezuela: Free
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Other locations: $70
Over 62 linear inches: $100
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51-70 pounds: $100
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Over 70 pounds: $200
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3rd bag: $100.
Star Alliance Gold Elites get 3 free 70 lb. bags.
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United and Continental Star Alliance Silver Elites, Pres Plus cardholders, and Full “Y class” refundable tickets, get 2 free 50 lb. bags.
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Star Alliance Silver Elites and Continental or United Chase cardholders get 1 free 50 lb. bag
USAirwaysAll flights except Europe, Israel, and Brazil: $25
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Europe, Israel, and Brazil: Free.
All flights except Europe, Israel, and Brazil: $35
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Europe: $70
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Israel and Brazil: Free.
Over 62 linear inches: $175.
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51-70 pounds: $90
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71-100 pounds: $175
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3rd bag: $125
USAirways and Star Alliance Elites get 2 or 3 free 50 lb. bags depending on status.
AirtranSystemwide: $20Systemwide: $25Over 61 linear inches: $49.
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51-70 pounds: $49
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71-100 pounds: $79
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3rd bag: $50
Airtran elites get 2 free 50 lb. bags.
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Corporate members get 1 free 50 lb. bag.
AlaskaSystemwide (note exceptions below): $20
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Guadalajara and Mexico City: Free
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Travel wholly within the State of Alaska: Free
Systemwide (note exceptions below): $20
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Guadalajara and Mexico City: Free
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Travel wholly within the State of Alaska: Free
Over 62 linear inches: $50.
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51-100 pounds: $50
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3rd bag: $20
Alaska, AA, and Delta Elites get 2 free 50 lb. bags
AllegiantSystemwide: $35

Online discounts may apply.
Systemwide: $35

Online discounts may apply.
Over 80 linear inches: $75
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51-70 pounds: $50
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71-100 pounds: $75
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3rd bag: $50
FrontierUS:$20
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Other locations: Free.
Systemwide: $20Over 62 linear inches: $75.
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51-100 pounds: $75
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3rd bag: $50
Frontier elites get 2 free 50 lb. bags
GoSystemwide: $15Systemwide: $17Over 62 linear inches: $25
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51-70 pounds: $25
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71-100 pounds: $50
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3rd bag: $25
Corporate members get 2 free 50 lb. bags
HawaiianMainland: $25
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Interisland: $17
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International: Free
Mainland: $35
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Interisland: $17
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International: Free
Over 62 linear inches: $25 interisland, $100 mainland.
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51-70 pounds: $25 interisland, $50 mainland
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Over 70 pounds: Not allowed.
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3rd bag: $125 mainland, $25 interisland.
Hawaiian Elite and Corporate members get 2-3 free 50 lb. bags
Island AirSystemwide: $15Systemwide: $303rd bag: $35
JetblueFreeSystemwide: $35Over 62 linear inches: $75
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51-70 pounds: $50
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71-100 pounds: $100
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3rd bag: $75
SouthwestFreeFreeOver 62 linear inches: $50
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51-100 pounds: $50
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3rd bag: $50
SpiritCarry-on baggage that doesn't fit under the seat: $30 online, $40 at ticket counter, $45 at gate.
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Domestic checked baggage (40 pound limit!): $38
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International checked baggage (40 pound limit!): $43

Online discounts may apply.
Domestic checked baggage (40 pound limit!): $45
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International checked baggage (40 pound limit!): $50

Online discounts may apply.
Over 62 linear inches: $100
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41-50 pounds: $25
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51-70 pounds: $50
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71-100 pounds: $100
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3rd bag: $95 domestic, $100 international
Fare Club membership entitles you to discounts.
Sun CountrySystemwide: $20 online, $30 airportSystemwide: $25 online, $35 airportOver 62 linear inches: $75
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51-100 pounds: $75
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3rd bag: $75
USA3000US: $15 online, $25 airport
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Other locations: Free.
Systemwide: $25Over 62 linear inches: $25
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51-70 pounds: $25
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Over 70 pounds: Not allowed.
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3rd bag: $25
Virgin AmericaUS: $25

International: Free
Systemwide: $25Over 62 linear inches: $50
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51-70 pounds:$50.
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71-100 pounds: $100
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3rd bag: $25
Main Cabin Select fares allow 1st bag for free.
Air CanadaBetween US (excluding PR) and Canada: $25

Other flights: Free

Within Canada and on all flights to Central America and Caribbean: $20
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Between US (excluding PR) and Canada: $35
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Other flights: $70
Over 62 linear inches: $75
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51-70 pounds: $75
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71-100 pounds: Not allowed.
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3rd bag: $100.
Air Canada Elite and Super Elites get 3 free 70 lb. bags.
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Star Alliance Gold elites get 3 free 50 lb. bags
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Star Alliance Silver elites get 2 free 50 lb. bags
PorterFree$20 (and limited to a total of 50 lbs. total checked weight per passenger.)Over 62 linear inches: Not allowed.
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Over 50 pounds per passenger: $5/kg. (2.2lbs.)
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3rd bag: $50
Passengers flying on the reservation can pool their 50 pound weight allowance together.
WestJetFreeSystemwide: $20Over 62 linear inches: $50
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51-100 pounds: $50
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3rd bag: $50

©2011 Dansdeals.com Research. Policies are current as of 11/01/11 for tickets bought on that date. Always double-check current policies with your airline before flying!

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Chase Hyatt Card Giving Anniversary Present For Signing Up?

Chase Hyatt Visa Signature Linky

In August, Chase added an enhancement to the Hyatt card, a free night (excluding hotels in category 5 or 6) on every Anniversary of having the card.

Numerous DansDeals Forum members who opened a Chase Hyatt card since August are now reporting that they have received the free Anniversary night along with the free nights signup bonus at any Hyatt for opening the card!

If you have opened the Hyatt card since August check your Hyatt.com account online under “my awards” and post a comment if you also have a free anniversary night in addition to the 2 free nights for signing up.

More about the Hyatt card:

-Current non-elites earn 1 free night at any Hyatt worldwide without blackout dates for spending $1 and another free night after spending $1,000.
-Current non-elites also earn Platinum status with free internet, bonus points, upgrades, guaranteed avaialbility, expedited checkin, and late checkout, for as long as they have the card.

-Platinums at the time of application (including those who status-matched to Platinum) earn 2 free nights at any Hyatt worldwide without blackout dates for spending $1 and earn 2 suite upgrades on paid stays of up 7 days each.

-Diamonds at the time of application (including those who status-matched to Diamond) earn 2 free nights in a suite at any Hyatt worldwide without blackout dates for spending $1.

-You can use your free signup nights at high-end Hyatt hotels include the Park Hyatt Sydney, Park Hyatt Maldives, and the Park Hyatt Paris, where nights in a standard room can cost as much as $1,200 each!

-There are no blackout dates or capacity controls on Hyatt award nights. Plus there are no taxes or resort fees on award nights with Hyatt!

-Earn a free night (excluding hotels in category 5 or 6) for every year that you keep the card.

-Triple points for spending at Hyatt.

-No foreign exchange fees.

-$75 annual fee.

Need more Hyatt points?  The Chase Sapphire Preferred and Chase Ink Bold cards will each give over 50,000 points for signing up.  Hyatt hotels are broken up into 6 categories that cost between 5,000-22,000 points per night.

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Save 20% On $100+ Purchases At Endless.com’s Friends And Family Sale!

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Use the following code for 20% off $100+ purchases (Exp: 11/03): NOVEVENT

Excluded brands: ASICS, Adidas, Callaway, Brooks Footwear, Citizen Watch Company, Chaco, Cole Haan, Dana Kellin, Dansko, Diesel, ECCO Footwear, Fitflop Limited, Fossil, Frye, GUCCI, John Varvatos, keen , Kors, Marc by Marc Jacobs, Mizuno USA, Mephisto, Michael Michael Kors Footwear, MICHAEL Michael Kors Handbags, Michael Kors, Michael Kors Kids, Minnetonka, Mizuno Running USA, ESQ by Movado, Movado, New Balance Athletic Shoe, the north face, Polo Ralph Lauren, Prince/Ektelon Racquet Sports, Reebok Footwear, Red Wing, Sperry Top-Sider, Stuart Weitzman, To Boot New York, and Tumi.

Endless.com:
-Is an Amazon owned site, you just login with your Amazon login info!
-Ships your shoes out overnight or 2nd day for free.
-Offers an entire year to return shoes that you don’t like-and return shipping is always free as well!
-Offers a 100% price guarantee, so if you find a cheaper price on another site, or even if their own price goes down, you will get a refund of the difference!

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Save An Additional 25% Off Already Reduced Shoes At Shoes.com!

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Use the following code for 25% off already reduced shoes (Exp: 11/07): 25SALE

The code works on all Uggs that are on sale as well! (Shoes.com codes normally don’t apply to Uggs)

Women’s Sale Uggs Linky

Men’s Sale Uggs Linky

Kids Sale Uggs Linky

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HOT! Brita Slim Pitcher For Just $1 (Or Even Negative $4!) After $10 Rebate From Amazon!

Update 3: Commenters posted and I confirmed myself that if the $5 coupon isn’t working for you that you can just chat with Amazon CS to get a $5 credit applied to your account!

Update 2: Back down to $11 before the $10 rebate and possible $5 coupon!

Update: Now $15.98 before the $10 rebate and possible $5 coupon.

Originally posted on 10/28:

Brita Slim Pitcher Linky

$10 Rebate Linky

The Amazon price as of the time of this posting is $11, less a $10 rebate, makes the pitcher just $1.

Some members on the DansDeals Forums were also able to clip a $5 Amazon coupon on Brita pitchers by clicking on this link, making the total Amazon price just $6, which means they’ll make $4 after rebate!  The $5 coupon doesn’t work for me, but it’s worth a shot!

Free 2nd day shipping with no minimum purchase with Amazon Prime.  (Prime is free with Amazon Mom or Amazon Student)  Otherwise free shipping with $25+ purchases at Amazon as always.

HT: ShmuliT, via the DansDeals Forums

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Tons Of Flying Blue Promo Award Availability To Israel…But Is It Worth It?

Related posts:

Getting To Israel Using Starwood Starpoints!

Air France/KLM Flying Blue Slashes Fuel Surcharges On Delta Award Tickets!

I’ve been blogging about about Air France/KLM Flying Blue’s promo awards for many years now. They’re a bit of a mixed bag. You can go to or from select cities in North America (the cities rotate every 2 months) and Europe for half of the regular rate. The good part about the awards is that Flying Blue counts Israel and Russia as part of Europe. The bad part is that they’re only good on Air France and KLM and are therefore subject to heavy fuel surcharges. The other bad part is even when there are promo award rates for both the North America-Europe and the Europe-Israel segments sometimes their buggy website doesn’t recognize the promo rate when searching North America-Israel and their call center is just a royal pain to deal with.

The rate in coach is 12,500 miles each way, in premium economy it’s 15,750 miles each way, and in business class it’s 25,000 miles each way.

That means you can transfer 20,000 Starpoints or 25,000 American Express Membership Rewards points into enough miles for a round-trip promo award ticket in coach or double those amounts for a round trip business class ticket.

The current cities valid for travel in November or December are:
KLM: Chicago, Calgary, Montreal, and Toronto.
Air France: Detroit, Orlando, Seattle, and Washington D.C.
Air Europe: Miami.
(Don’t worry…they feature NYC as well multiple times per year, just not this time)

As the picture above illustrates, when searching on Air France’s website for Montreal-Tel Aviv it shows 12.5K availability on every single day!  But the catch are the fuel surcharges.  While you can use 50,000 or 100,000 Flying Blue miles to fly nonstop Delta in coach or business without paying fuel surcharges, if you use these half-price promo awards you will have to cough up some dough.  For example for Montreal-Tel Aviv on 11/14-11/21 the total charges are 25,000 miles plus $522 in coach or 50,000 miles plus $662 in KLM World Business Class.

Is it worth it?  That all depends on where you need to fly out of, when you need to fly, what class you want to fly in, how many miles or Starpoints you have at your disposal, and how averse you are to paying fuel surcharges on award tickets.  See the related link above about other methods of getting to Israel with Starpoints that don’t involve paying fuel surcharges.

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Get A Free $25 AMEX Gift Card From Fedex At 1pm!

Update 2, 11/02: It seems to good to be true, but DansDeals Forum member rl99 shares this link that still allows you sign up again for a free $25 gift card! Within 1 minute of signing up just now I got email confirmation from American Express that they are sending me a $25 gift card! You may need to browse incognito for it to work.

Originally posted on 11/01:

Update, 11/01 at 2:30pm: DEAD!

Free $25 AMEX Gift Card Linky

Like Fedex on facebook and you’ll be able to claim a free $25 gift card at 1pm ET.  There will be a total 30,000 gift cards being given away.

Good luck to all!

HT: bubbles, via the DansDeals Forums

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Improved American Express Signup Offers!

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American Express has been quietly improving some of the signup bonuses on their cards.
Here’s a roundup of improved and/or limited time offer from American Express:

Delta Gold American Express Card
Improved offer: Get 30,000 miles for spending $500 in in 3 months. (Was 25,000 miles)
Annual Fee: None first year, then $95.
-1 free bag for cardholder and up to 8 traveling companions.
-Receive Zone 2 Priority Boarding for the cardholder and up to 8 traveling companions on Delta flights to be sure you have overhead bin space for your luggage.
-Annual $99 coach companion certificate upon renewal
-Receive a 20% statement credit on in-flight purchases of food, alcoholic beverages, movies, television shows, video games and audio headsets.

Blue Cash Everyday Card.
Improved offer: Get $100 cash back for spending $1,000 in 3 months. (Previously there was no signup bonus for this card)

Annual Fee: None.
-3% cash back at supermarkets.
-2% cash back at gas stations and department stores.
-1% cash back on all other purchases.
-0% intro APR for 12 months.

Blue Cash Preferred Card.
Improved offer: Get $150 cash back for spending $1,000 in 3 months. (Was $100)

Annual Fee: $75.
-6% cash back at supermarkets.
-3% cash back at gas stations and department stores.
-1% cash back on all other purchases.
-0% intro APR for 12 months.

The 3% or 6% cash back on grocery items includes items like Gift Cards for places like Amazon or even gas stations that you can buy at your local grocery store!
In Giant Eagle, which has a huge presence in Cleveland and Pittsburgh, they also give $3-$6 of free gas for every $50 of gift cards that you buy. For example if you buy a $100 Amazon gift card this week from them and you’ll get $12 in free gas from the Giant Eagle loyalty program and $6 cash back with the Blue Cash Preferred Card! That’s a whopping 18% off Amazon’s already rock-bottom pricing-Check your local grocery store to see if you can also double up on incentives with them as well!

Starwood American Express Consumer Card
Improved offer: Get 10,000 bonus points for spending $1 AND 15,000 bonus points for spending $5,000 within 6 months for a total of 30,000 points after $5,000 of spending. (Was 10K+15K bonus for spending $15,000)
Annual Fee: None first year, then $65.
-Get 2 stays and 5 nights towards elite status.
-Spend $30,000 in a calendar year for gold status.
-Starpoints are the most valuable and flexible point currency.
-Points transfer to dozens of airlines at a 20K:25K or even 20K:50K ratio with no fees.
-Use points for unrestricted hotel stays with every 5th night free, for discounted cash and points stays, for nights and flights, or for many other uses.
-Return items up to $300 for 90 days to American Express if the store won’t take it back.

Starwood American Express Business Card
Improved offer: Get 10,000 bonus points for spending $1 AND 15,000 bonus points for spending $5,000 within 6 months for a total of 30,000 points after $5,000 of spending. (Was 10K+15K bonus for spending $15,000)
Annual Fee: None first year, then $65.
Open Savings for up to 10% cash back at merchants like Hyatt, Airtran, Hertz, Fedex, HP, OfficeMax, Marriott, Barnes and Noble, and more on top of Starpoints for spending.
-Get 2 stays and 5 nights towards elite status.
-Spend $30,000 in a calendar year for gold status.
-Starpoints are the most valuable and flexible point currency.
-Points transfer to dozens of airlines at a 20K:25K or even 20K:50K ratio with no fees.
-Use points for unrestricted hotel stays with every 5th night free, for discounted cash and points stays, for nights and flights, or for many other uses.
-Return items up to $300 for 90 days to American Express if the store won’t take it back.

American Express Business Gold Rewards Card
Improved offer: 50,000 bonus Membership Rewards points for spending $10,000 within 5 months. (Limited time offer ends 11/28)
Annual Fee: None first year, then $175.
-Triple points for spending on airfare.
-Double points for spending on gas, shipping, and advertising.
Open Savings for up to 10% cash back at merchants like Hyatt, Airtran, Hertz, Fedex, HP, OfficeMax, Marriott, Barnes and Noble, and more on top of Membership Rewards points for spending.
-After spending $10,000 you will have between 60,000-80,000 points depending on your type of spending.
-Points can be transferred to over a dozen different airline and hotel programs.

Having problems seeing card offers? Getting a “card not available” or other error message? Read this!
1. Try using another browser (IE, Firefox, or Chrome) to see the offer.
2. You can try deleting your browser’s cache and cookies to see the offers. To do so just hold down the Ctrl, Shift, and Delete buttons on your keyboard and then delete your cache and cookies.
3. You can also try browsing “incognito” or “in-private” to see the offers. In IE and Firefox you can access this mode by holding down Ctrl, Shift, and P buttons on your keyboard. In Chrome you can access this mode by holding down Ctrl, Shift, and N. Then just return to DansDeals.com and click on the card offer you want.
-Just fill out the standard application. Don’t click for the shorter existing cardmember application or you will not get the best offer.

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Today Only! 35% Off Of Regular And Sale Priced Merchandise At Gap!

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Use the following code for 35% off (Exp: 10/31): GAPTREAT
35% discount applies to adult clothing. Kids and baby clothing discount is 25%.

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