Wednesday, June 11th, 2008, 1:34 pm
HOT! Samsung WEP410 Bluetooth Headset For Just $4.99 After $30 Rebate!!!
(Make $5 After Rebate With A New Google Checkout Account!!!)
Update 2: Alive again!
Update: DEAD! Still available from Amazon for $7.77 after rebate.
Remember to switch to “Budget Shipping” in Google Checkout in order to get the free shipping!
Wednesday, June 11th, 2008, 1:02 am
Wednesday, June 11th, 2008, 1:00 am
Sunday, June 8th, 2008, 7:00 pm
Wishing everyone a joyous and meaningful holiday.
Next scheduled update: 06/11
Sunday, June 8th, 2008, 12:34 am
Snapfish: 50 Free 4×6 Prints And A Free 8×10 Print For New Customers; Free 8×10 Print For Existing Customers!
Use the following code to get a free 8×10 print: GREATDAY
Sunday, June 8th, 2008, 12:27 am
-You must use an AMEX card to receive the discount.
-Link takes $20 off round-trip travel.
-Book by 07/31
-Travel between 06/19-08/28
Sunday, June 8th, 2008, 12:23 am
All of Bonne Maman’s fruit preserves are certified Kosher Parve by the OU.
Bonne Maman Premium Fruit Preserves Linky
For $10 off a case of any flavor use code (Exp: 06/30): PRESERVE
With the code a 6 pack will come out to under $3/jar, instead of $8/jar at a retail store!
“-Bonne Maman is the number one selling line of specialty preserves providing the “Gold Standard” against which all other premium preserves are measured.
-Bonne Maman products are exported to over 100 countries and are top rated in taste tests.
-Bonne Maman preserves and jellies are made with no colorings, artificial preservatives, pulps, purees, juices or concentrates.”
Friday, June 6th, 2008, 4:21 pm
Update: Sold Out!
Marshall Fields Jumbo Size 100% Down Pillow Linky
“-Filled with 14 ounces of hypoallergenic down
-Luxurious 550 Fill Power down fill
-Gentle support density
-270 thread count 100% cotton soft and durable fabric shell
-Made in the USA”
Friday, June 6th, 2008, 4:18 pm
You can find almost any MLB team’s shirt on sale in Amazon’s Sporting Goods Friday Sale today only!
Friday, June 6th, 2008, 4:14 pm
Friday, June 6th, 2008, 12:09 am
Update 2 @4:00pm: Amazon is back up…
Update: Amazon’s site is down as of 1:30pm edt, with no estimated time of coming back online.
Friday, June 6th, 2008, 12:07 am
Friday, June 6th, 2008, 12:00 am
Thursday, June 5th, 2008, 1:07 am
Aloft is Starwood’s second brand that they have created themselves (W is the only other brand created by Starwood, the rest were all purchased.) The first aloft will open later today in Montreal. It has been designated as a Category 3 award. With 500 Alofts planned for the next 5 years, there should be lots of new opportunities to use Starwood points (as if you needed more ways to use ‘em!)
“Aloft; a vision of W Hotels
Announced on September 28, 2005, the aloft brand will serve as a ‘little sister’ brand to the ultra-chic W Hotel brand, similar to Sheraton and Four Points by Sheraton.
The concept for aloft is a build-only brand of mid-scale hotels, 3 to 5 stories in height located in urban areas with up to 500 properties scheduled for completion before 2012. Rooms will feature 10-12 feet high ceilings, emphasizing space and comfort with modern amenities and, like other Starwood brands, a trademarked bed (yet to be announced). Suites are likely to be of a typical loft style design.
Aloft’s focus is on encouraging guests out of their guest rooms to socialize in the Living Room (lobby) for a game of pool or to enjoy a dip in Splash (the pool). Another concept is a complimentary car wash, courtesy of the commissionaire department upon arrival.
Some of its first hotels will open in Chicago, ?stanbul, Minneapolis, Philadelphia, Portland and Charleston in mid 2008, and the first internationally will open in Beijing and Montreal. Starwood has announced plans to have 500 Aloft hotels by 2012; as of late 2007 more than 50 were in development.”
Thursday, June 5th, 2008, 1:05 am
Valid on Gap Adult merchandise only.
I believe that each of these codes are valid only once, so please post when used:
Wednesday, June 4th, 2008, 11:17 am
Wednesday, June 4th, 2008, 12:49 am
Use code: SEPJET
Code takes $10 off each-way.
Book by 06/05
Travel between 09/03-09/30
Wednesday, June 4th, 2008, 12:27 am
Buy A Canon Powershot Elph Digital Camera Now On Sale At Amazon And Get A Free Printer After Rebate And A Free $19.99 16×20 Photo Collage Poster From Shutterfly!!
Canon’s highly acclaimed Powershot Elph compact digital cameras are consistently rated among the best point and shoot’s available. The IS, or image stabilizing cameras, will do wonders for your photos if you find that your some of your digital pictures come out slightly blurred.
Prices listed are current as of the time of this posting, and are only for when it says that is being sold from Amazon, not a 3rd party. If you don’t see Amazon as a seller go to “More Buying Choices.”
Important: You must buy the camera and printer together in the same order to get the combo rebate! Make sure both items say “Ships from and sold by Amazon.com!”
There are 2 Epson combo rebates now (you can only submit 1 rebate per camera/printer combo purchased):
Option 1. $100 Combo Camera/Epson R280 Printer Rebate Linky
-No limit on number of rebates per household
-Limit 1 rebate per combo of epson printer/camera purchased.
-Requires purchase of any digital camera (no minimum cost specified) and select Epson printers on the same receipt by 06/30
-Postmark rebate within 30 days of purchase
Option 1: Purchase a camera together with the Epson R280 and get a $100 rebate.
Important: You must buy the camera and printer together in the same order to get the rebate! Make sure both items say “Ships from and sold by Amazon.com!”
-Text documents: 38 pages per minute.
-4×6 inch photos in 11 seconds.
-Creates 5760-by-1440 dpi prints that are smudge, scratch, fade, and water resistant
-Auto Photo Correction with advanced face detection corrects overexposed shots
-Prints text and images directly onto CDs and DVDs for professional look with personalized touch
Option 2: Purchase a camera together with one of the following printers and qualify for a $50 rebate:
Here are some of the qualifying Epson Printers at Amazon.com:
(Prices listed are before the $50 rebate)
Epson CX7400 All In One Printer: $69.99 Shipped
Epson C120 Inkjet Printer: $69.99 Shipped
Epson CX8400 All In One Printer: $85.71 Shipped
Epson R280 Inkjet Photo Printer: $99.99 Shipped
Epson CX9400f All In One Printer/Fax Machine: $99.99 Shipped
Epson RX595 Photo All In One Printer: $119.99 Shipped
Epson RX680 Photo All In One Printer: $159.99 Shipped
To get the free Shutterfly 16×20 Photo Collage Poster after you buy a Canon camera from Amazon:
It can take up to 3 days for the code to show up.
-Go to www.amazon.com/gp/library
-Click on downloads.
-Copy and save the code for the 8×8 Hardcover Photo Storybook
-Sign up for a Shutterfly account.
-Go to your “My Shutterfly” account page then click on “Enter special offer code” in the special offers section.
-Enter your photo book code to save the offer to your account.
-You now have until 07/31/08 to place your order for your free 8×8 Hardcover Photo Storybook!
Wednesday, June 4th, 2008, 12:06 am
20% Off + Additional 10% Off For Opening A New Account + Free Shipping + Free Return Shipping At Shoebuy!
Use the following code for 20% off (Exp:06/16): FATHERSDAY08
When you register for a new Shoebuy account an additional 10% 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!
Tuesday, June 3rd, 2008, 11:03 am
HOT!!! Nextar 7″ Digital Photo Frame, Was $149.99, Now Just $49.99 Shipped!!!
($39.99 With A New Google Checkout Account!)
Remember to switch to “Budget Shipping” in Google Checkout in order to get the free shipping!
Tuesday, June 3rd, 2008, 1:00 am
Update: There have been over 1,300 posts made on dansdeals.com/forums in just a week, great job guys!
Post stickied: Scroll down for new posts.
Call me skeptical, but I didn’t think it would work.
Sure, 2 discussion posts each yielded hundreds of great comments, but the last time (some 2 years ago) I tried replacing comments with a forum it was a rather miserable failure.
However Eli decided that he had enough of the long discussion posts and created dansdeals.com/forums
Major kudos to “Eli” (and also to “WhYME”) for working out the technical aspects of the forums.
The forum had its soft launch just a few days ago and it’s already impressively active with topics and posts!
The purpose of the forum is not to replace dansdeals.com or the comments on dansdeals.com, they will continue as normal. Rather the purpose is to better facilitate the discussion of all miscellaneous topics that aren’t dealt with properly on dansdeals.com.
Registration isn’t required to read the forums, however it is required in order to add your own thoughts.
Forums aren’t for everyone, but they definitely help facilitating discussion in an orderly fashion.
Comments on deals posted here will continue as normal, but if you have a miscellaneous question unrelated to a deal please post it in the forums in order to get the best response.
Tuesday, June 3rd, 2008, 12:56 am
Limit of 1 discounted item per coupon.
Tuesday, June 3rd, 2008, 12:47 am
Blazing Fast Inspiron 530 Desktop With Intel Core 2 Quad Processor (2.4GHz/8MB Cache), 4GB RAM, 22″ Widescreen LCD, And More For Just $649 After $350 Coupon!!!
Correction: The coupon will take $300 off $999, not $350.
Use the following coupon in your cart for $300 off of $999 (Exp: 06/12): CJ?Z2DQDSJ0L0N
The base configuration for this model is $579, you need to add at least $420 of upgrades in order to get the $300 off of $999. If you subtract the included media card reader you can add $440 of upgrades!
I’ve gone ahead and highlighted sample upgrades that will give you a computer with out-of-this world performance without any tinkering or additions required after the purchase. It will also put you just over the $999 coupon threshold. If you are comfortable with upgrading stuff like RAM yourself you should just stick with the 1GB RAM option and buy 2GB of RAM elsewhere for much cheaper.
Specs at $579:
-Intel Pentium dual-core processor-1.8Ghz/1MB Cache
Upgrade available to Core 2 Duo 2.4Ghz/2MB Cache for $70.
Upgrade available to Core 2 Quad 2.4Ghz/8MB Cache for $170.
-Vista Home Basic SP1.
Upgrade available to Vista Home Premium SP1 for $30
-19″ Widescreen Digital Flat Panel
Upgrade available to 20″ Widescreen Digital Flat Panel for $60.
Upgrade available to 22″ Widescreen Digital Flat Panel for $90.
Upgrade available to 24″ Widescreen Digital Flat Panel for $250.
-1GB RAM at 667MHZ
Upgrade available to 2GB RAM for $50.
Upgrade available to 3GB RAM for $100.
Upgrade available to 4GB RAM for $150.
-250GB SATA Hard Drive (7200RPM) With DataBurst Cache.
Upgrade available to 320GB SATA Hard Drive (7200RPM) With DataBurst Cache for $50.
Upgrade available to 500GB SATA Hard Drive (7200RPM) With DataBurst Cache for $100.
Upgrade available to 750GB SATA Hard Drive (7200RPM) With DataBurst Cache for $200.
-16X CD Burner/DVD Burner
Upgrade available to dual drive CD/DVD burners for $40
-Dell 19 in 1 Media Card Reader
Downgrade available to no card reader to save $20
-Upgrade to Internal PCI 802.11g Wireless Network Card for $30
Tuesday, June 3rd, 2008, 12:32 am
Use coupon (Exp: 06/05): 594RKQ263SS63H
Monday, June 2nd, 2008, 5:02 pm
Related: Discussion of this deal at dansdeals.com/forums.
There is officially a limit of 2 boxes ($500) of each president.
Update-06/25: Well, I got the coins I ordered, all 7,000 of ‘em. They were dropped off at my front door without any signature, where they sat for a week before I got home! (Ya, I don’t think that $7,000 worth of coins would still be sitting there if my front porch was in NYC…)
They came in 14 packages, each containing 2 boxes, which in turn each held 10 rolls of 25 coins.
Not wasting any time, I brought all ~130 pounds of coins to my local bank. You should’ve seen the teller’s eyes when I told her that the deposit slip saying $7,000 in cash was all coins! Anyway, she calls over the branch manager who asks how I got so many coins.
Honesty is always the best policy, so I showed him my packing slip/invoice from the US mint for the 7,000 coins and told him I did it for the miles. The guy started cracking up hysterically! He couldn’t believe that the US mint could be so crazy as to sell money at face value, but was totally impressed that I actually bought $7,000 in coins to deposit in my account.
After opening 2 of the 28 boxes and seeing the coins in the rolls straight from the mint, he told the teller to just credit my account for the $7,000 without opening up each box.
Will I do it again? I doubt it (unless they offer this deal for bills instead of coins!). But it was quite the experience!
Originally posted on 06/02:
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Update: Remember that with the Starwood Consumer AMEX you get a bonus 15,000 Starpoints for spending $15,000 within 6 months, in addition to the 10,000 Starpoint bonus after the 1st purchase with the card. This is a great way to reach that limit. In addition people have been able to get the 15,000 Starpoint bonus on the Starwood Business AMEX automatically as well, or by calling up AMEX after spending $15,000 on the card.
Why would you want to buy 500 $1 coins for $500?
1. Free Starpoints!!!
2. If you have a good savings account you can get the free interest for up to 2 months depending on your credit card’s cycle time.
Just choose the standard shipping for $4.95 and at the final checkout page it will correct itself to being free, as it says it will be on the product page.
Limit $500 per order. There doesn’t appear to be a limit per person or per household!
Monday, June 2nd, 2008, 10:41 am
YAND (Yet Another Nuvi Deal!): Amazon Matches Costco’s Price On The Nuvi 760!
Plus Get A Navigon 4.3″ Premium Leather Case For Just $9.99 With Purchase!
For all you non-Costco members out there, Amazon has matched Costco’s $350 price for the Nuvi 760, the #1 rated GPS unit on the market today. Its Amazon price is now $130 less than it was in February and $75 less than it was just yesterday!
Nuvi 760 features: Multi-destination planning, bluetooth, text-to-speech, real-time traffic, traffic rerouting/avoidance, large LCD screen, internal antenna, “Where am I” feature, MP3 player, FM transmitter.
Monday, June 2nd, 2008, 12:39 am
In today’s hostile environment for airlines the most profitable part of their entire operation is often the selling of frequent flyer miles. Companies, such as credit card issuers, prepay for hundreds of millions of dollars worth of frequent flyer miles to offer as incentives to consumers. AMEX kept Delta afloat during their recent trip to bankruptcy court buy prebuying billions of Delta Skymiles in order to keep the airline, and by extension the Delta AMEX, alive.
Recently a scary trend has been the introduction of the fuel surcharge to award tickets. This is a completely arbitrary charge that is labeled as a tax on on a mileage ticket. Now, there are some real taxes for international award tickets, but they are minimal. The fuel surcharge (which may labeled as “YQ” under taxes) on the other hand can add anywhere from a somewhat palatable $50 to an outrageous $500 to the cost of what is advertised as a free ticket. How this is all legal is beyond me, but I’ll leave that one up to the lawyers out there to take on. In the meantime I have compiled a list of airlines that charge a fuel surcharge when redeeming for award tickets on their own metal (i.e. Using Air France miles to book travel on an Air France airplane).
To make things far more confusing, some airlines only charge a fuel surcharge on award tickets for travel on their own metal, but not for redeeming for a partner award. For example Air Canada charges a fuel surcharge when redeeming for travel on Air Canada, but not for redeeming Air Canada miles for travel on Star Alliance partner Singapore Airlines, even though if you redeem Singapore Airlines miles for travel on Singapore Airlines you will be hit for a fuel surcharge! Continental Airlines doesn’t charge a fuel surcharge when redeeming Continental miles for travel on Continental or SkyTeam partner Air France, however Air France does charge a fuel surcharge when redeeming Air France miles for travel on Air France and they even have the blatant chutzpah to charge a fuel surcharge when redeeming Air France miles for travel on Continental, even though Continental themselves has no fuel surcharge!
Due to research required that is far beyond the scope of this article, what is listed below is just whether each airline charges a fuel surcharge for travel on their own metal. The amount of the surcharge can vary wildly depending on the airline, origination country, routing, etc. Travel on partner airline can vary depending on which miles you are using and which partner you are flying on, and would take much exhaustive research to figure out. However, this much I can tell you: The rule of thumb is airlines that don’t charge a fuel surcharge for redeeming miles for travel on their own metal also don’t charge a fuel surcharge for redeeming miles for travel on partner airlines, even if the partner charges a fuel surcharge. There is no set rule however for airlines that charge a fuel surcharge for redeeming miles for travel on their own metal, they may or may not charge a fuel surcharge for travel on partner airlines, and incredibly it has absolutely nothing to do with whether the partner airline charges a fuel surcharge.
Hopefully that was somewhat clear and understandable!!!
US-based Airlines that do not charge a fuel surcharge for award redemptions when flying on their own metal:
AA (OneWorld, Starwood transfer partner @ 20,000:25,000)
Alaska (Multiple partners, Starwood transfer partner @ 20,000:25,000)
Continental (SkyTeam, Starwood transfer partner @ 20,000:20,000 with direct deposit)
Delta (SkyTeam, Starwood transfer partner @ 20,000:25,000)
Important: Delta has recently started charging a fuel surcharge for award travel on Delta metal and on select partners for flights that originate in Europe! To see how this works for yourself search for a RT award ticket from JFK-CDG-JFK which has $77 in taxes, whereas a RT award ticket from CDG-JFK-CDG has $403 in “taxes” which includes a fuel surcharge of about $325 RT)
Northwest (SkyTeam, Starwood transfer partner @ 20,000:25,000)
United (Star Alliance, Starwood transfer partner @ 20,000:20,000 with direct deposit)
USAirways (Star Alliance, Starwood transfer partner @ 20,000:25,000)
International based Airlines that do not charge a fuel surcharge for award redemptions when flying on their own metal:
Air China (Star Alliance, Starwood transfer partner @ 20,000:25,000)
Alitalia (SkyTeam, Starwood transfer partner @ 20,000:25,000)
Emirates (Multiple partners, Starwood transfer partner @ 20,000:25,000)
LAN (OneWorld, Starwood transfer partner @ 20,000:50,000)
SAS (Star Alliance, No Starwood transfer, Diners club transfer @ 2:1)
International based Airlines that charge a fuel surcharge for award redemptions when flying on their own metal:
Air Canada (Star Alliance, Starwood transfer partner @ 20,000:25,000)
Air France/Flying Blue (SkyTeam, Starwood transfer partner @ 20,000:25,000)
Air New Zealand (Star Alliance, Starwood transfer partner @ 20,020:385)
Asiana (Star Alliance, Starwood transfer partner @ 20,000:25,000)
ANA/All Nippon (Star Alliance, Starwood transfer partner @ 20,000:25,000)
British Airways (OneWorld, Starwood transfer partner @ 20,000:25,000)
Cathay Pacific (OneWorld, Starwood transfer partner @ 20,000:25,000)
El Al (Multiple partners, AMEX transfer partner @ 1,050:15, Starwood transfer via direct deposit)
JAL/Japan Airways (OneWorld, Starwood transfer partner @ 20,000:25,000)
KLM/Flying Blue (SkyTeam, Starwood transfer partner @ 20,000:25,000)
Lufthansa (Star Alliance, Starwood transfer partner @ 20,000:25,000)
Qantas (OneWorld, Starwood transfer partner @ 20,000:25,000)
Singapore (Star Alliance, Starwood transfer partner @ 20,000:20,000 with direct deposit)
Swiss (Star Alliance, No Starwood transfer, AMEX UK transfer @ 1:1)
Thai (Star Alliance, Starwood transfer partner @ 20,000:25,000)
Virgin Atlantic (Multiple partners, Starwood transfer partner @ 20,000:25,000)
So, here’s the million dollar question: Why haven’t the fee-happy US airlines added a fuel surcharge to award tickets yet? Is it because of legal fears of advertising free tickets and then charging for them? Is it the fear of killing the the goose that lays golden eggs? As you saw, Delta is now charging a fuel surcharge for award flights from Europe, perhaps they are now testing the waters…
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Sunday, June 1st, 2008, 4:19 pm
Registration is required.
Valid through 09/30/08, not valid on Friday/Saturday night stays, see offer link for full details.
Sunday, June 1st, 2008, 4:03 pm
Lowest Price Ever! Nuvi 350 For Just $199.99 Shipped From Amazon!
Plus Get A Navigon 3.5″ Premium Leather Case For Just $9.99 With Nuvi Purchase!
Update: Alive Again!
Sunday, June 1st, 2008, 2:16 pm
Use code: MAYGRCCL
Amazon gives free shipping on $25+ purchases before coupon codes, so any order that qualifies for the $10 off $25 coupon will also get free shipping!
Saturday, May 31st, 2008, 11:19 pm
HOT!!! HURRY! Sony Ericsson MP3/Bluetooth Headset DS970 With Caller ID/Song Track LCD, Normally $149.95, Now Just $38.68 Shipped From Amazon!!!
Update 4: Now just $29.93!!!! Have Amazon call you to get a price adjustment for previous purchases!
Update 3: Now just $33.16!
Update 2: Now just $34.91!
Update: Now just $36.75!
Originally posted: 05/19:
“-Stream stereo music wirelessly from your Bluetooth-enabled cell phone and talk handsfree.
-Two rubber-capped earbuds connect to lanyard-style control pod
-Three sizes of rubber eartips are included for an optimal fit.
-Control pod’s display reveals the name or number of your caller
-Walk into a noisy environment and the volume adjusts automatically in less than a second.
-Requires that your cell phone have the A2DP Bluetooth stereo music streaming profile.”
“Enjoy both handsfree communication on the go and wireless stereo music from your Bluetooth-compatible cell phone (or PDA or PC) with the Sony Ericsson HBH-DS970. Enjoy excellent audio quality for stereo music and call handling with fast automatic volume adjustment and Digital Signal Processing (DSP). And when the phone rings, a glance at the display reveals the name or number of your caller, allowing you to choose to accept or reject the call.
The multipoint function–which connects to two wireless devices simultaneously–enables you to listen to the music files from a computer, PDA or other Bluetooth devices while remaining connected to their mobile phone, staying available for every call.”