$5 Statement Credit Every Time You Spend $25 At BP With AMEX

Sync your American Express card with your twitter account and get bonus savings.

Step 1: Tweet #AmexBP

Step 2: Click on @connect to confirm that you are registered.

Receive a $5 statement credit each time you make a single purchase of $25 or more at the pump at any BP station by 12/31/13

You may also be able to register by logging in on americanexpress.com, on Facebook, on Foursquare, or on the AMEX app.

Forgot which card is synced to your social media account? You can unsync and resync cards here.

HT: westalay, via DDF
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Join the 17,800+ people who follow @DansDeals on twitter and you’ll get a tweet when a deal is posted on DansDeals.com!
You can even have Twitter send you a text message whenever a new deal is posted.

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Groupon: $5 For A $10 Starbucks eGift Card

Groupon: $5 For A $10 Starbucks eGift Card
You’ll have to search for starbucks in the search bar to get this deal.

-Limit 1/person.
-Valid in US only.
-Must redeem Groupon at http://groupon.starbucks.com/ for Starbucks eGift Card by May 1st, 2014.
-Starbucks Card eGift does not expire. You can easily transfer it to your regular Starbucks card online.

HT: rots5, via DDF

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More WalMart.com Price Mistakes…

Update: There are several golf club sets for $15. Post more mistakes that you find in the comments!
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Sees like WalMart.com is having a fun morning. I’ll post anything else from them in this post.

This 150 pound Cap Barbell Dumbbell Set is $26.81.
Direct from Amazon the price is $251.

This Samsung 46″ Class LED 1080p 60Hz HDTV UN46EH5300 Smart TV is $329.
$579 at Amazon.

This Exerpeutic Folding Magnetic Upright Bike with Pulse
is $33.16.
$129 at Amazon.

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Price Mistake, HP ProDisplay 20″ LED For $8.85

These won’t be honored, but in case you want to press your luck 😀  Always order this kind of stuff with next day shipping.

HP ProDisplay 20″ LED

Here are some other LEDs pricing out at $8.85:

AOC 19″ LED

Hannspree 20″ LED

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An 8,500 Member Family Comes Together

The DansDeals Forums (DDF) community is just incredible.  People are constantly helping each other out, both online and in the real world.  There’s such a plethora of information that it’s criminal not to check it out before going somewhere or even buying anything.  Sure it can be a little rough for newcomers, but my best advice is to just look around and search before starting to post.  Eventually you’ll learn how the community works and become a pro yourself.

The most interesting part though is that there have been some 600,000 posts made on DDF and there are dozens of members who have posted thousands of times each on the forums, though most of us have never met in real life.  But I have gotten to put usernames together with faces on many occasions thanks to meetups across the globe.

Once you get past that 1,000 post plateau, and over 100 people have, you really start to belong to the community.  We share in each others pain and joy and it feels like you’re part of a family.

The past couple weeks have held some rough news though.

First came the news that a longtime DDF member and contributor, who has a young wife and kids, was arrested.  DDF members close to the situation have attested that he was simply at the wrong place at the wrong time and wasn’t involved, but he will now have to spend tens of thousands of dollars to clear his name and not spend his days in a cell.  Immediately upon learning of the news DDF members started donating valuable items to be used as an incentive for people to donate to the cause.  Prizes include 2 tickets to Israel with a free car, cell phone, and data card.  A $1,000 hotel gift card, a Sony mirrorless camera, and much more.  The raffle has raised over $13,000 (Now over $20,000!) and you can still join too.  Learn more on this website on how you can join or read more on DDF. The odds of winning this tiny raffle are pretty awesome and a single donation can get you an entry to win 15 different great prizes.

Then we learned yesterday that Jewda (a member who had posted over 3,500 times and contributed 75 deals that made the leap from DDF onto DansDeals.com) had fallen sick and passed away just a few days afterward.  He left behind a young wife and a baby born after he passed away.

He was only on DDF for about a year but he made a huge impression on everyone.

It left me crying and shaken up as if I lost a relative.  It takes news like this to remind us just how fragile life is and how we have to thank G-d for every second we’re given.  Cherish the moments you have and make them count, you never know when they will be your last.  You can read the DDF thread here and a beautiful post/online eulogy here.

Immediately upon learning the news a DDF’er set up a mishnayos signup sheet to learn for the elevation of his soul.   And I’m sure in the coming days once we take care of our friend facing incarceration that we’ll try to raise funds to start a scholarship fund for the child who will never get to meet her friendly dad who left an impression on so many, even without meeting them face to face.

The DDF community truly shines on.  I just feel lucky to be a part of it.

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Groupon: 36 Pieces Of Oh Nuts Chocolate Truffles For $24.99 Shipped

Groupon: 36 Pieces Of Oh Nuts Chocolate Truffles For $24.99 Shipped

-Free shipping.
-Certified Kosher Pareve by OK laboratories
-Praline-filled chocolate truffles
-Perfect gift for a party hostess or sweets lover
-Made in the USA
-Limit 3 per person, may buy 2 more as gifts.
-Does not ship to AK/HI/Canada/Puerto Rico.
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Save on all your Groupon purchases! You can buy Groupon gift cards at Staples with your Ink Plus, Ink Bold, or Ink Cash card to earn 5 points per dollar!

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15% Off Contact Lenses at EZContacts.com!

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

Take 15% off already discounted prices when you order a year’s supply of contact lenses from EZContacts.com by using the following code at checkout: ANNUAL152415

This offer expires 11/07.

EZContacts.com has earned a great reputation for providing the best possible choices in fashion prescription eyewear, designer sunglasses, and most brands of contact lenses. Our products are 100% authentic and have insanely discounted prices! We are well known for having a great customer support team, who are knowledgeable, quick, pleasant, and responsive.

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Additional 55% Off Sale Items At Piperlime

Piperlime Linky

Use the following code for 40% off sale items (Exp: 11/05): TODAY
And
Use the following code for 25% off sitewide (Exp: 11/05): HOL2013

Those coupons are stackable for an effective savings of 55% off sale items.

Piperlime is a Gap Inc company.  They offer free shipping and free return shipping on all orders.

HT: SearchGuy, via DDF

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Groupon: Sam’s Club Membership And $20 Gift Card For $45

Groupon: Sam’s Club Membership And $20 Gift Card For $45

-Valid nationwide.
-Deal includes one-year membership card for a primary cardholder and a complimentary membership card for a spouse or other household member, a $20 gift card good for Wal Mart or Sam’s Club, and vouchers for rotisserie chicken, apple pie, scalloped potatoes, and $200 in additional savings offers.
-Redeem membership in a club by 02/10/14.
-Valid for new Sam’s Club members only; not valid for those with a current membership. Not valid for renewals.
-Must be 18 or older.
-Not valid until 11/13/13.
-Membership must be activated within 90 days of purchase; membership expires one year from date the voucher is activated.

HT: SearchGuy, via DDF

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Shoes.com Coupons

Update, 11/05: Improved codes added below!  Share which style of Ecco shoes you’ll be buying with 20%-25% off in the comments!

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Shoes.com Linky

You can only use 1 code per order so order regular priced and sale shoes separately.

Use the following code for 25% off already reduced shoes: 25SALE

Use the following code for 20% off regularly priced shoes: SECRET20

Find a nice pair of shoes or boots? Post a comment!

The codes work on regular and sale priced ultra-comfortable Ecco shoes. Here is a direct link to Men’s regular and sale priced Ecco shoes.

The code does not work on regularly priced Uggs but it does work on Uggs that are on sale:

Women’s Sale Uggs Linky

Men’s Sale Uggs Linky

Girls Sale Uggs Linky

Boys Sale Uggs Linky

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25% Off + $10 Off $50 + Free Shipping At Perfumania

Perfumania Linky

Stackable offers:
-25% off with code (Exp: 11/05): NOV25
-$10 off $50+ orders with code: SAVE10
-Free shipping with no minimum order with code: FREESHIP
-Receive free samples with every order with no code needed!
-Paris Hilton Couture Tote bag will be added to all $75+ orders for free.

For example, for the extra-large 4.2 ounce bottle of Light Blue for Men By Dolce & Gabbana Cologne, the price you would pay if you walked into Macy’s would be $78.
The price from Perfumania is $77.99.
With the 25% off code the price comes down to $58.49. With the $10 off code the price comes down to $48.49. And then use the free shipping code to waive the $5.95 shipping fee!

HT: NewYorker11219, via DDF

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Free Shoprunner For Life With American Express

Free Shoprunner For Life With American Express

ShopRunner provides for free 2nd day shipping and free return shipping to dozens of stores!

HT: bubbles, via DDF

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Lenovo U410 Touch 14″ Core i7 Laptop For $749 Shipped

Buy this laptop on an American Express card like the Starwood Preferred Guest® Credit Card from American Express or the American Express® Premier Rewards Gold Cardand 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 laptop, free of any hassle!

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Lenovo U410 Touch 14″ Core i7 Laptop Linky
Use code: USPU4881031

Specs:
-Intel Core i7-3537U Processor Processor (4M Cache, turbo-boost up to 3.10 GHz)
-NVIDIA GeForce GL710M 2GB Dedicated Graphics Card
-Windows 8 Touch
-14″ HD LED GLOSSY MULTI-TOUCH
-1TB Hard Drive
-8GB RAM 1600 MHz
-Bluetooth 4.0
-Intel Centrino Wireless N-2230
-HD Webcam
-2x USB 3.0
-2x USB 2.0
-SD Card Reader
-HDMI
-13.5″ x 9.3″ x 0.8″
-4.4 lbs
-8 hour battery life

HT: jj1000, via DDF

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Up For Grabs: Tickets For Tonight’s Cavs Game!

I’ve got 2 sets of 2 tickets up for grabs for tonight’s 7pm Cavs game in Cleveland.
First 2 comments on this post each get a set of 2 tickets!

Be sure to write your email in the comment email field so that I can send transfer them to you via flash seats.

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Tzadaka Made Easy At jgives.com

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

Giving tzedaka (charity) is something we all want to do. We know it’s important but sometimes it just becomes a hassle! www.jgives.com is here to make it as easy as it should be with their online philanthropy.

– Make donations to multiple charities with the click of a button.
– Donate as little as $9 and as much as you’d like.
– Store your credit card details securely on our server.
– Go to one place and see over 20 charities that you can connect to.

No matter how small, every donation counts.

So go on and begin today. Make a donation by November 30th, 2013 and we’ll add $5 to your donation, just use the code: dangive5

jgives – making a difference, $18 at a time

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Credit Card News Roundup

News I haven’t covered yet…

-The Chase Sapphire Preferred Visa now has a EMV chip version available so that you’ll be able to use your card in more places when abroad. Definitely a useful feature for a card with no foreign exchange fee.
It’s not available in a Mastercard so you’ll need to apply for the Visa or have them switch your Mastercard into a Visa to get a card with a chip. A week ago that would be a bad idea, but now all Chase credit cards give rental car coverage worldwide so there’s no benefit difference between Visa and MC.

-If you have The Platinum Card® from American Express you can have your Hilton status upgraded to Gold by calling the number on the back of your Platinum card by 12/31/13. The status will last until 02/28/15.

With Hilton Gold you get free breakfast, WiFi, and upgrades.
If you have a stay on the account you can also match it to top-tier Hyatt Diamond status where you can get confirmed suite upgrades and even free kosher breakfast in some hotels.

Now is a great time to get a Platinum card as you can get a $200 airline fee refund for 2013 and a $200 refund for 2014.  See this thread for more on that topic.

It also comes with a $100 global entry expedited customs (5 year membership) refund, platinum card airline club access (American, Delta, and USAirways) for you and your entire family for at least 4 years, priority pass worldwide unlimited lounge membership, Starwood gold elite status with a point rebate even on award stays, car rental perks at Avis, Hertz, and National, lost item (up to $10,000/item) refund protection, checked baggage protection, 3 additional Platinum users (with 4 years of free platinum card lounge access, priority pass membership, and global entry refund) for just $58 each on the consumer card, no foreign exchange fees, and many more free benefits.  There is a $450 annual fee.  As with all annual fees they are refundable if cancelled within 60 days, they are pro-rated if cancelled after 60 days.

The Platinum card also now gives free entry to top-of-the-line Centurion lounges worldwide including in Dallas and Las Vegas and other US airports coming soon.  There are also lounges in Argentina, Brazil, India, and Mexico.  You can even get a free spa treatment in the DFW lounge!

-There is an offer for 100K Avios with BA again though it requires $10K spend to get up to 75K and $20K spend to get up to 100K.  Several DDF’ers have had success getting matched to the new offer. Gone are the days when just $2,500 in spend got 100K I suppose. Whether it’s worth spending an extra $10K to earn a 25K bonus will probably depends on whether you have other spend requirements to meet to earn a bonus with a lower threshold.

-You can now transfer American Express points over to Emirates.  Though if you really want to fly on their planes with a shower spa onboard you will do better transferring Starpoints to Alaska or JAL or Chase UR points to Korean as they generally charge fewer miles and it should help avoid paying fuel surcharges.

-You can now see exactly how many points you earn with each charge on the Sapphire Preferred card.  Just click on a transaction online and you’ll see if you correctly earned double or triple points.  For example I was able to tell that The Bagel Shoppe in Cleveland isn’t properly coded as dining but a quick SM earned points to compensate for that and then some, so it’s definitely worth checking your online activity.

-Select Barclay cards are now giving cardholders their Transunion FICO score free of charge.  Just login to your account and check it out.  It will update automatically when there is a change. Note that this is TU-08 which is the score that Barclays uses but not many other banks do. Still it’s useful to know and it is a legit FICO score. The ’98 and ’04 FICO models are still more commonly used that ’08.
The ’08 model FICO:
-Penalizes you even more for a high utilization ratio both individually and collectively for your cards.
-Lessens the effects of a single late payment but increases the effect of multiple late payments.
-Debts that were originally under $100 will no longer have a negative effect on score.
-Gives more weight to the variety of credit accounts that you have.
-Takes away the benefit of being an authorized user on a non-family account.
-Gives more points for having more accounts in good standing and takes away points for having only a few total accounts.
-Accounts that have ended the month with a 0 balance for a long time will factor less into your score.

You can click here to enable FICO tracking on select Barclays cards.

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Office Max Flash Sale

Update: Extended until 6:59pm!

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Office Max Flash Sale Linky

Sale runs until 2:59pm EDT.

Don’t forget to use your Ink Plus, Ink Bold, or Ink Cash card to earn 5 points per dollar (worth roughly 9.5% back)!

HT: Brian C.

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Today Only: 15% Off Amazon Kindle

Amazon Kindle (Now $59)
Amazon Kindle HD (Now $118)
Amazon Kindle HDX (Now $195)

Save 15% in honor of not having to turn off your Kindle during takeoff and landing.

Use code (Exp: 11/04): ThnksFAA

HT: yehuda S. via DDF

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The Best 5 Years Of My Life

5 years ago yesterday, at the ripe old age of 23, I married a kind, smart, funny, and beautiful 21 year old girl.  We dated for 3 weeks and were married 3 months later. Marrying Mimi was the single best decision of my life.  Simply the best wife and best mother anyone could ever ask for.

Since then we’ve explored the world together. From Argentina to Tasmania.  From Banff to Phuket. From Paris to the Whitsunday Islands. From Aruba to Zurich.  From Sydney to Venice.  From the spiritual hills of Jerusalem to the awe inspiring Mauna Kea and Na Pali cliffs.

Sure I had done my share of traveling beforehand. I flew from Sao Paulo to Tokyo and back with free stopovers in Dallas, JFK, Los Angeles, and Miami thanks to American’s free systemwide ticket promotion for just flying twice to Florida or California. I made my first million miles as an 18 year old and haven’t looked back.

But there’s something completely different about discovering the world together with your soul mate. Especially one willing to put up with my craziness. Taking a month-long honeymoon to explore each of the Hawaiian islands that I so love. Flying while pregnant around the world, staying in a $3,000 suite one night and a hostel in middle of nowhere the next. Packing and flying to Buenos Aires within an hour of finding a glitch that would take us there in first class for free…and then coming right back home after one night.  And most of all, flying with little Rafi on 49 flights!  It’s each of these trips that stand out so vividly in my mind and are the stuff dreams are made of.  What a lucky fluke that I live in a time where I was able to do it all while in first class without having to shell out more than a few kopeks.  Though it seems that aspirational awards may be on the way out.

But more importantly than the fun and games, for giving me 2 amazingly adorable kids. And doing a heck of a job raising them so far.

Here’s to the next 50!

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Banff, 6 weeks before Talia was born.

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Hong Kong, 6 months before Rafi was born.

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Today Only! Extra 10% Off And Free Shipping At 6pm.com!

6pm.com Linky

Use code (Exp: 11/03): 6PMC1103131072

6pm.com is a great shoes and clothing closeout website owned by Amazon and Zappos. Post a comment of what you’ll be buying!

HT: Yoel, via DDF

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From BBQ Cholent To BBQ Ribs, I’ll Judge Them All

Related:
-Trip Notes Kansas City: Ribs And Fiber Edition.

-Find more articles like this by clicking on the “Trip Notes” tab on top of the DansDeals banner at the top of this site.
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Yesterday Young Israel of Greater Cleveland held a cholent contest.  I was invited to come taste and preview the cholents before the masses.

A couple months ago I was invited to be a judge at the 2nd annual Kansas City Kosher BBQ Competition & Festival. Alongside an Iron Chef judge and Kansas City BBQ Society certified judges I might lack the credentials but I’m no less of a hopeless foodie.

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Hardware to be won in Kansas!

More on the contests after the jump…
Click here to read the rest of this post!»

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A Stroller Sale Like Never Before!

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

Are you eyeing that Boon Flair High Chair, Uppa Baby stroller, or Peg Perego car seat but holding back simply because the price is a bit too much?

Today is the day you can purchase some of the best baby gear for an unprecedented 20% off! At PishPoshBaby, we want you to be able to have the best without breaking the bank. This sale ends tonight, so don’t push this off!

Use the following promo code in your cart to receive your 20% discount: BASH20

If you’re thinking of purchasing the Baby Jogger City Select, now is the time to get it! From today through November 30th, you will get the second seat FREE with the purchase of a City Select – that’s a savings of $170!

Are you confused about the number of options available out there? Our expert team of Mom Reps are standing on call, waiting to help you find the gear that is right for you and your family. Give us a call at 877-747-4767 with any questions.

Some exclusions may apply, While supplies last.

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50% Off Hertz Rentals

www.hertz.com

Use promotional coupon: 194246
-Book by 11/04.
-Pickup rental by 11/15.
-Valid in the US and Canada.
-Not valid in NYC Metro, Phoenix, or Florida.

The discounted price will be reflected in the estimated total with tax.

HT: SamKey, via DDF

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Virgin America: Buy One Ticket To/From Newark And Get One Free!

Virgin America Offer Linky

-Bookable today only (11/03)
-Use promo code: VXFOR2
-Travel 11/06-11/26.
-Not valid for travel on Sunday or on 11/11, 11/22, 11/23.
Valid for flights between Newark and Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Palm Springs, CA, Portland, OR, S. Diego, S. Francisco, S. Jose, CA, and Seattle.
-Limit of 1 free ticket per reservation.

Sample round-trip fares for 2 passengers:
-Newark-Seattle 11/18-11/21: $375.20 ($187.60 per passenger)
-Newark-Los Angeles 11/18-11/21: $399.60 ($199.80 per passenger)
-Newark-S. Francisco 11/18-11/21: $501.60 ($250.80 per passenger)
-Newark-Palm Springs, CA 11/21-11/25: $609.20 ($304.60 per passenger)

HT: lfas25, via DDF

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Vanguard Endeavor ED Binocular (8×42) For $149.99 Shipped From Amazon After Rebate

Amazon Gold Box Deal Of The Day: Vanguard Endeavor ED Binocular (8×42) For $149.99 Shipped From Amazon

$50 Rebate Linky

This is the lowest Amazon price for these ever.  The price yesterday was $306.03 and the price earlier last week was $349.99.
This deal is valid today only, while supplies last.

5/5 Star average reviews.

HT: ilherman, via DDF

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Save on all your Amazon purchases! You can buy Amazon gift cards (as well as gift cards for airlines, hotels, clothing stores, gas stations, and much much more) at any Office Supply store with your  Chase Ink Plus, Chase Ink Bold, and the Chase Ink Cash Card card to earn 5 points per dollar (worth roughly 9.5% back)!

Use your registered Chase Freedom card to get 5 points per dollar for up to $1,500 in Amazon purchases this quarter!  Plus if you have a Chase checking account you’ll get an additional 10% point dividend on your January or February statement.

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OBi And GrooveIP Will No Longer Work With Google Voice

Sorry to keep being the bearer of bad news.  Though at least this doesn’t feel like getting punched in the gut like Friday’s news did…

Effective 05/15/14 Google will be turning off access to free calling to 3rd party products like OBi and GrooveIP.

I’ve been enjoying these products for several years. The OBi for a free landline phone and GrooveIP to make free phone calls from my cell phone over WiFi or data from anywhere in in the world.

C’est la vie.

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Get A 20% Bonus When You Transfer American Express Membership Rewards Points Into El Al Matmid Points

Related: Get A 20% Bonus When You Transfer American Express Membership Rewards Points Into British Airways Avios
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Get A 20% Bonus When You Transfer American Express Membership Rewards Points Into El Al Matmid Points
Offer expires 11/30.

Normally to fly round-trip between NYC or Toronto and Tel Aviv you need to transfer 70K Membership Rewards for coach, 150K for business, and 250K for first class.  That gives you the 1,400 Matmid points needed for coach, 3,000 Matmid points needed for business, and 5,000 Matmid points needed for first.

With this promotion you’ll need to transfer just 59K Membership Rewards for coach, 125K for business, or 209K for first.

You can make a Matmid account for free via the 20% bonus offer link above.  Once you have a Matmid account you can search award availability on ElAl.com

Some caveats:
-El Al charges $349 in taxes and fuel surcharges for a round-trip award.
-El Al business is the only business class between the US and Israel that is not fully lie-flat. First class is fully lie-flat.
-El Al does not have any partner redemptions, so you’re really locked into their availability if you transfer. Transfer only if you are booking a ticket.
-American does not charge fuel surcharges to book travel on El Al with American AAdvantage miles. You can transfer 20K Starpoints into 25K American miles which you can earn on the fantastic Starwood Preferred Guest® Credit Card from American Express.
-You can book El Al coach for 80K American AAdvantage miles off-peak via Europe (free stopover if you want) or 90K AA miles nonstop.
-You can book El Al business for 135K American AAdvantage miles nonstop.
-You can only book El Al first class with El Al points.
-With both programs you can book one-way award for half the miles.
-El Al has no close-in expedite fees. American has a $75 close-in expedite fee and a $25 phone booking fee.
-Free one-way domestic tickets with every one-way international ticket: With AA miles if you want to fly on El Al from Tel Aviv to NYC for 45K American miles you can just book Tel Aviv to JFK, stopover in NYC for as long as you want, and then book NYC-Hawaii (or any other domestic destination) for the same 45K miles. Then you can spend as little as 15K miles to get back from Hawaii to NYC or you can go back to NYC for free by tagging it onto a future international trip with a stopover in NYC.  Plus with AA miles you can change the dates of travel at any time for free!

HT: freemymiles, via DDF
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Need some Membership Rewards points?

-The American Express® Premier Rewards Gold Card comes with 25,000 points for spending $2,000 and the first year is free.  That will net you some 30,000 Avios.

The Platinum Card® from American Express earns 25K points as well you can get $200 of airline fee credits (or airline gift cards in $100 increments) in 2013 and another $200 in 2014. It also comes with a $100 global entry expedited customs (5 year membership) refund, platinum card airline club access (American, Delta, and USAirways) for you and your entire family for at least 4 years, priority pass worldwide unlimited lounge membership, Starwood gold elite status with a point rebate even on award stays, car rental perks at Avis, Hertz, and National, lost item (up to $10,000/item) refund protection, checked baggage protection, 3 additional Platinum users (with 4 years of free platinum card lounge access, priority pass membership, and global entry refund) for just $58 each on the consumer card, no foreign exchange fees, and many more free benefits.  There is a $450 annual fee.  As with all annual fees they are refundable if cancelled within 60 days, they are pro-rated if cancelled after 60 days and have another American Express card (i.e. if you have the card for 3 months and then cancel you would get a $337.50 refund), and they are pro-rated if you downgrade the card even if you have no other American Express card.

The Platinum card also now gives free entry to top-of-the-line Centurion lounges worldwide including in Dallas and Las Vegas and other US airports coming soon.  There are also lounges in Argentina, Brazil, India, and Mexico.  You can even get a free spa treatment in the DFW lounge!

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SIZZLING! $59.99 Off Shutterfly Hardcover Photo Books!

Update: This unprecedented deal is scheduled to end on Sunday. Check out the comments for some of the deals people have landed!

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Originally posted on 10/31:

Shutterfly Offer Linky
Signup or signin via the link above to have a $29.99 hardcover photo book credit automatically applied to your account. (The signin link for existing users is shown in the red box below).

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Plus save 50% on Photo Books with code (Exp 11/03): PUMPKIN

Shutterfly Photo Books Linky

The codes are stackable and the 50% discount is currently being applied before the $29.99 off, so any size hardcover photobook you make up to $59.99 will be $0 plus shipping!

Shipping will add $7-$11 depending on your book size but if you spend $30+ at Shutterfly after all discounts you can also use free shipping code: SHIP30

You may have to click on “See saved offers” in your cart to click to have the free shipping applied if you hit $30 after the discounts.

We’re in love with Shutterfly’s 8×11 sized hardcover photobooks, we make an 8×11 book for every trip we take (big bookcase ;) ).

In the cart below is the normally $39.99 8×11 photobook.  11 pages were added on top of the 20 included pages making it $50.99.  The 2 stackable promos wipe out the cost of the book, leaving just the shipping charge:

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If you add more pages beyond $59.99 or if you make a size or add options that are more than $59.99 you’ll save 50% on everything over $59.99.  So a massive 11×14 photo book that is normally $69.99 will be 50% off or $34.99 less $29.99=$5 plus shipping.

Plus you can also get 151 free 4×6 prints!
Use the following code for 101 free print (Exp: 11/01): SPOOKY
50 free prints (Exp: 11/17) 50FREEPRINTS

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My Thoughts On The United Devaluation

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I rushed to break the news and compile a chart of the pain in the wee-hours this morning about the United devaluation.  Here are some more thoughts that I have:

1. A devaluation was expected. The shocking part is the split partner chart and the massive increase in partner awards rates, especially in First Class.

It’s been a long time since a serious inflation for the Continental/United programs.
Inflation happens for a couple reasons:
-First of all as the value of a dollar goes down the cost to buy airplane tickets goes up. Just as the value of a dollar sitting in a bank account goes down on a daily basis, so must the miles sitting in your account. Except that it would be ludicrous to have it change daily so we’re hit with these devaluations every few years.
-Second of all we’ve seen credit card bonuses increase and with more miles chasing fewer seats something has to give.

But let’s take the Tel Aviv route for example.
In September 2008 Continental raised the cost of an award ticket to Israel from 70K coach/100K business to 90K coach/120K business. In October 2009 Continental joined the Star Alliance and actually lowered rates to 75K coach/115K business.
When Continental/United synchronized their charts the flight went up to 80K coach/120K business where it’s been for a while.
With these changes the cost to fly in coach goes up to 85K, still lower than it was 5 years ago.

For business it goes up to 140K round-trip on United and 160K on partners. This hurts. The 20K increase is something I can live with, but the 40K partner increase seems too high.  It stinks to have to deal with a separate United chart and partner chart.  If you want to fly United First and tag on a short flight on a partner it can make more sense to book a separate ticket rather than subject your whole ticket to partner rates.
For first class you’ll now need an eye-popping 280K round-trip on partners. This is just an insane 86.7% increase. The first class partner award increases are really hard to fathom.

Other uncool changes that were buried in the footnotes:
-You’ll need an extra 10K miles to fly to Alaska round-trip, which is being broken out of the US49 category for the first time.
-A Round-The-World award which lets you fly to multiple cities for as long as you want goes way up as well. And that’s on top of a huge increase from the old Continental chart in 2011.

2. It’s not a matter of if American and USAirways will devalue, it’s a matter of when.
Their charts look silly compared to United’s new chart. If you have miles with those programs the time to start planning for a nice trip is now.
Don’t shift from accumulating United miles to American/USAirways miles just because their charts look way better right now as you will be disappointed.  Transfer Starpoints to those programs on an as-needed basis.
At least you know that the United chart will probably be free from devaluations for the next few years. That can’t be said for American, Delta, and USAirways.

3. Cash-back cards need to be looked at more seriously.
Sure your dollars are also devalued, albeit more stealthily. But you can invest those dollars to hedge against inflation. You can’t do the same with your miles.
The best cash back card out there is the Barclaycard Arrival World Mastercard which earns 2.22% cash back on everything with no foreign exchange fees. It also has a sweet 40,000 point signup bonus.
You get 2 points per dollar everywhere and a 10% point rebate every time you redeem your points. People have been changing those points into cold hard cash by booking a refundable travel reservation. At that point they redeem their points to get cash for them for it before refunding the travel reservation. 2.22% cash back is pretty much as good as it gets for cash.

If you redeem for an international coach ticket you’ll usually do better with this card than with a mileage card. Last-minute coach tickets, short-haul coach tickets, one-way coach tickets, business class tickets, and first class tickets are still much better with real airline miles than with cash. But can you really justify burning 280K miles to fly First Class to Israel on a partner airline? Business class may be the sweet spot of the future.

4. Transferable currencies are a hedge against devaluations.
If you’re only earning miles on a United card you’ve been hosed today. Those miles are stuck there and come February they’re worth less.
But if you have a Chase Ultimate Rewards cards at least you have other excellent options. I’ll go over them in the coming days.

Starwood Starpoints are really shining brightly today. They have dozens of transfer partners so even when one devalues there are tons of other options.  And they give a 25% bonus for each 20K transferred. Plus unlike with other transferable currencies, your points stay alive even if you close your Starwood Preferred Guest® Credit Card from American Express.

Membership Rewards also allows you to transfer to several programs, though they’re not partners with “exciting” partners like Alaska, American, or USAirways like Starwood is. And they don’t offer good hotel options like both Chase and Starwood have. Still it’s always nice to have transferable points.

It definitely pays to diversify.

5. We don’t have to take this sitting down!
-Retweet my Tweet here and send your own tweets to @United with the hashtag: #UnitedUnfriendly
The more you post the quicker mainstream media will pick up on this story. Let’s get it trending!

-Express your displeasure to Chase (Twitter: @Chase, @Chase Support) about these changes. Chase buys billions of dollars of United miles and isn’t likely to be happy that they’ve been devalued. They’re especially not going to be happy to lose customers to cards like the Starwood AMEX. If anyone has the power to put pressure on United it’s Chase.

-Contact United CEO Jeff Smisek and let him know how these changes will affect your travel patterns and credit card spending. He can be reached at jeff.smisek@united.com

-If you feel that an 87% increase is just flat-out unfair you can also file a complaint with the US DOT.  Sure United is free to do what they want, but this devaluation simply doesn’t happen if Continental and United were still competing.  Delta and Northwest miles have gone from being worthwhile to being worthless thanks to their merger. Let the DOT know that you feel an 87% increase in the cost of some awards is unfair to consumers and that you want to see the DOT keep fighting the American-USAirways merger in court.  If that merger goes through you can be sure we’ll be seeing more painful changes like this one.

What are your thoughts? How will these changes affect what cards you spend on or where you accumulate miles? Sound off in the comments!

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United Devalues Their Miles

So much for United’s massive “Flyer Friendly” ad campaign. This is definitely a case of #UnitedUnfriendly
Tweet that out and let your voices be heard.

United has just announced that they will be raising the rates of most awards effective 02/01/14.  Their industry leading award chart was simply too good to be true.  The only good news to be found here is that it will still remain completely free of fuel surcharges and booking fees, something no other network carrier in the world can say.

Current Award Chart PDF

New Award Chart PDF

You can book at the current rates until 01/31/14 for travel as far out as January 2015. But once February comes around you’ll have to book using the new award chart.

With the current award chart the rates are the same no matter what airline you’re flying on.
With the new award chart you will pay a significant premium to fly on a partner airline.  In some cases the rate to fly on a partner airline will be nearly double what the current rate is.

These changes will raise the value on other Star Alliance currencies like Aeroplan, ANA, Avianca, Singapore, USAirways, etc.

The USAirways and American award charts are now extreme bargains and are very likely to be devalued as soon as their merger is either approved or rejected.

Below is a chart I put together comparing the new rates.
The first rate is the current rate.
In the parenthesis is the additional miles you’ll need over the current rate and the new rate when flying on United.
In the brackets is the additional miles you’ll need over the current rate and the new rate when flying on a Star Alliance or other partner airline
The rates listed are for one-way travel at the saver level.

For example:
-A one-way ticket between the US and Israel now costs 40K in coach, 60K in business, and 75K in first on any airline.
-Starting in February a one-way ticket on United from the US to Israel will cost 42.5K in coach, 70K in business, and 90K in first. Mind you United doesn’t even fly First Class to Israel so I have no idea how you would ever wind up paying 90K.
-Starting in February a one-way ticket on a partner airline from the US to Israel will cost 42.5K in coach, 80K in business, and a whopping 140K in first. That’s an 86.7% increase if you want to fly Lufthansa First Class to Israel over the current rates. Like I said, #UnitedUnfriendly

Between the US49 or Canada and:Coach:

Current
(New United)
[New Partner]
Business:

Current
(New United)
[New Partner]
First:

Current
(New United)
[New Partner]
US49, Canada10K Short Haul, 12.5K Long Haul.
(No change)
[No change]
25K
(No change)
[No change]
35K
(No change)
[No change]
Alaska12.5K
(+5K=17.5K)
[+5K=17.5K]
25K
(+5K=30K)
[+5K=30K]
35K
(+5K=40K)
[+5K=40K]
Hawaii20K
(+2.5K=22.5K)
[+2.5K=22.5K]
40K
(No change)
[No change]
50K
(No change)
[No change]
Mexico, Caribbean, Central America17.5K
(No change)
[No change]
30K
(No change)
[No change]
40K
(No change)
[No change]
Northern South America20K
(No change)
[No change]
35K
(No change)
[No change]
45K
(No change)
[No change]
Southern South America30K
(No change)
[No change]
50K
(+5K=55K)
[+5K=55K]
67.5K
(+2.5K=70K)
[+2.5K=70K]
Europe30K
(No change)
[No change]
50K
(+7.5K=57.5K)
[+20K=70K]
67.5K
(+12.5K=80K)
[+42.5K=110K]
Middle East40K
(+2.5K=42.5K)
[+2.5K=42.5K]
60K
(+10K=70K)
[+20K=80K]
75K
(+15K=90K)
[+65K=140K]
Africa40K
(No change)
[No change]
60K
(+10K=70K)
[+20K=80K]
75K
(+10K=85K)
[+55K=130K]
North Asia32.5K
(+2.5K=35K)
[+2.5K=35K]
60K
(+10K=70K)
[+20K=80K]
70K
(+10K=80K)
[+50K=120K]
Central Asia40K
(+2.5K=42.5K)
[+2.5K=42.5K]
60K
(+10K=70K)
[+20K=80K]
80K
(+10K=90K)
[+60K=140K]
South Asia32.5K
(+7.5K=40K)
[+7.5K=40K]
60K
(+10K=70K)
[+20K=80K]
70K
(+10K=80K)
[+60K=130K]
Japan32.5K
(+2.5K=35K)
[+2.5K=35K]
60K
(+5K=65K)
[+15K=75K]
67.5K
(+12.5K=80K)
[+42.5K=110K]
Oceania35K
(No change)
[No change]
60K
(+5K=65K)
[+15K=75K]
75K
(+5K=80K)
[+35K=110K]
Australia, New Zealand40K
(No change)
[No change]
67.5K
(+2.5K=70K)
[+12.5K=80K]
80K
(No change)
[+50K=130K]
Round-The-World180K
(+20K=200K)
[+20K=200K]
260K
(+90K=350K)
[+90K=350K]
350K
(+100K=450K)
[+100K=450K]
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New IHG PointBreaks List Is Out: Hotel Rooms For $35/Night

IHG PointBreaks Linky

The current list is valid for stays through 01/31. Hotels can sell out of discounted rooms quickly.

You can stay in any PointBreaks hotel for 5,000 Priority Club/IHG points. If you already have 5,000 Priority Club/IHG points in your account then you can buy increments of 10,000 points for $70 as described below.

If you don’t have points yet Priority Club sells 5,000 points for $67.50 or you can instantly transfer 5,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points to Priority Club.

After you have 5,000 points in your account there is a “trick” to buy additional points for 0.7 cents each.  You can book any cancellable 15,000 point hotel stay using cash and points for $70+5,000 points.

All you need to do is search for reward points stays in any metro area and you should find a hotel for 5,000 points+$70 like the one below. The room is normally 15,000 points but with IHG points and cash option you can buy 10,000 points for $70 when making a reservation.  Just select the 5,000 points+$70 option to complete this purchase.

The $70 that you pay is nonrefundable so when you cancel the hotel you will actually get back 15,000 points in your account.  Effectively you are buying 10,000 Priority Club points with this method for $70 or 0.7 cents per points.

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Be sure to click on the rules during the checkout process to make sure that the room is fully refundable (almost all are):

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In other words the cost per each 5,000 point PointBreaks stay is just $35 once you already have 5,000 initial points in your account.

Sample hotels for $35 per night:

-Intercontinental Resort Tahiti, French Polynesia
-Intercontinental Johannesburg Sandton Towers, South Africa
-Intercontinental Shanghai Ruijin

-Hotel Indigo Atlanta Airport
-Crowne Plaza Charlotte
-Holiday Inn Express and Suites Colorado Springs
-Candlewood Suites Denver
-Crowne Plaza Detroit Downtown
-Candlewood Suites Detroit-Southfield
-Staybridge Suites North Brunswick, NJ
-Crowne Plaza Oklahoma City
-Crowne Plaza Overland Park, KS
-Staybridge Suites S. Antonio Sea World

-Holiday Inn Toronto-Mississauga, Canada
-Crowne Plaza Acapulco, Mexico
-Crowne Plaza Panama
-Holiday Inn Express Phuket Patong Beach, Thailand
-Holiday Inn Brussels Airport
-Holiday Inn Frankfurt Airport
-Holiday Inn Express Warsaw Airport
-Crowne Plaza Prague
-Crowne Plaza Shanghai Pudong Airport

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Reminder: Earn 3.21 Points Per Dollar With Sapphire Preferred At Restaurants Today

You will earn triple points today with your Chase Sapphire Preferred card on all dining purchases.  This promotion runs on every first Friday of the month at least through the end of the year.  Normally you earn 2.14 points per dollar on dining, airfare, hotel stays, and car rentals.

Together with the 7% annual dividend that means 3.21 points per dollar.  Spend $100 in any restaurant and you’ll get 300 points on your next statement plus 21 additional points as part of your annual dividend.

Dining on the Sapphire Preferred card includes all sit-down restaurants, fast food, coffee shops, catering, bars, lounges, and more.

Don’t want to eat out today? Ask your favorite eatery if they sell gift cards and lock in 3.21 points per dollar by purchasing them today!

Are you outside of the USA? Not to worry, the Sapphire Preferred card does not charge any foreign transaction fees.

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$13 Of Free Food From Eat24.com With Paypal

Update, 11/01: This offer is no longer valid unless you have already saved it to your Paypal account.

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Offer Linky (Click to save to your Paypal account)
Once the coupon is saved to your Paypal account you’ll have until 11/03 to use it.
Just click to Pay with Paypal at checkout and you will see the $10 off applied. Even if your order is $10 or less then it will be free.

Valid for delivery, pickup, or eat-in.

Plus use the following code for an additional $3 off: swagged
You can start with guest checkout but you must create an account during the checkout process to be able to use the coupon code on the page before being redirected to Paypal!

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Enter the coupon code as shown above to get $3 off and then checkout with paypal to get another $10 off!

I just sent a burger to my brother in yeshiva in Crown Heights from Empire Grill. The total with delivery was $0 😀

Kosher restaurants include (Check hashgocha before ordering):

Boston:
Jerusalem Pita
Rami’s

Chicago:
Taboun Grill

Houston:
Suzie’s Grill

Livingston, NJ:
Fumio Grill & Sushi

Los Angeles:
Beverly Hills Thai Kosher
Bibi’s Bakery & Cafe
Bodhi Kosher Thai Kitchen
Chick ‘N Chow
Delice Bakery
Elite Cuisine
Got Kosher
Habayit
Haifa Restaurant
Meshuga 4 Sushi
Meshuga 4 Sushi 2
Pico Cafe
Pizza World
Sand-Which Bar
Shanghai Glatt Kosher

Miami Metro:
Beit Burger
Burger Bar
China Beach
Kosher Kingdom Deli & Pizza
Lul Grill Cafe
Mozart Cafe
Pita Loca
Pita ‘N More
Seventeen Restaurant

NYC Metro:
18 Restaurant
Burgers Plus
Colbeh
Crisp Grill
Empire Grill
Nish Nush
Perizia Kosher Pizza
Pizza By The Bay
Shalom Bombay
Shuk
The Vegetable Garden

Philadelphia Metro:
Burger.Org

Providence, RI:
Veggie Fun

S. Antonio:
Green Vegetarian Restaurant

S. Francisco:
Israel’s Strictly Kosher

Washington DC Metro:
Eli’s Restaurant
Nut House Pizza

HT: upside down, via DDF

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Frivolous Electronics Rule Finally Going Away

So the shocking aviation news today is that your iPad doesn’t actually interfere with pilot communications or pose a safety issue 🙄
Take that, guy across the aisle who got furious at me for texting while sitting on the LGA tarmac for an hour.

By the end of the year you won’t have to turn off your electronics when you fly.

No more shutting down when the door is closed and when the flight is landing.  You can let your kids keep playing games on your tablet without any issues.
Though you still won’t be allowed to talk on your phone, and that’s probably for the best.

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2 Bottles Of Tide For $6.58-$8.37 Shipped From Amazon

Update: More scents added below. Limit of 1 Amazon coupon per account.
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Originally posted on 10/29:

2 Pack: Tide High Efficiency Free and Gentle Unscented
2 Pack: Tide High Efficiency Original Scent
2 Pack: Tide High Efficiency Touch of Downy April Fresh Scent
2 Pack: Tide High Efficiency Bleach Alternative Original Scent
2 Pack: Tide Non-High Efficiency Bleach Alternative Original Scent
2 Pack: Tide Non-High Efficiency Cold Water Fresh Scent

You can use High Efficiency detergent in any washing machine.

-The 2 pack (100 ounces of detergent) is on sale for $11.97.
-With Subscribe & Save they are $11.37 with free shipping.
-There is a $3 coupon on the product page, just scroll down and clip it. That drops the price to $8.37 shipped.
-If you subscribe to 5 items to be shipped in your next monthly shipment then you will get 15% off, dropping the price to $7.17.
-If you have Amazon Mom and subscribe to 5 items to be shipped in your next monthly shipment then you will get 20% off, dropping the price to $6.58.

If you add enough items before your next monthly Subscribe & Save order goes out then the price for all subscription items will automatically drop to the lower price with the 15% or 20% off.

It can be worth adding 1 more subscribe and save item so that you save up to 20% on all the items you subscribe to.

-Select a 1-6 month subscription offer on the right side of the amazon page and select “subscribe now.” Do not click “add to cart” or you will not get the savings. You must click on the “subscribe now” button.

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

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Save on all your Amazon purchases! You can buy Amazon gift cards (as well as gift cards for airlines, hotels, clothing stores, gas stations, and much much more) at any Office Supply store with your Chase Ink Plus, Chase Ink Bold, and the Chase Ink Cash Card card to earn 5 points per dollar (worth roughly 9.5% back)!

Use your registered Chase Freedom card to get 5 points per dollar for up to $1,500 in Amazon purchases this quarter! Plus if you have a Chase checking account you’ll get a 10% point dividend on your January or February statement.

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Free uberX Rides In Detroit For The Next Month!

Via the uber blog, new and existing uber users can get up to 3 free uberX rides up to $30 each in the Detroit area through 12/01!  No promo code is needed, the discount will automatically apply to your ride.

Not an uber customer yet? New customers can also get $10 of free uber credit by first signing up via this referral link.

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Get $25 Restaurant Certificates For $4 Or Less

All certificates listed below are currently in stock, but some will sell out quickly. If you find any more kosher restaurants please post a comment!

You can only use 1 certificate per table.

Restaurant.com Linky

To get the prices listed below, enter the following code in your cart and then click “apply” to take 60% off of the regular discounted coupon price (Exp: 10/31): CANDY

Once bought the certificates never expire! Be sure to read the restrictions that apply to each restaurant before purchasing. Note the hours listed on restaurant.com are often incorrect (it shows many eateries being open on Saturday when they are not, etc).

Kosher restaurants (Remember to always verify kosher supervision before purchasing) include:

Elizabeth, NJ:

– Jerusalem Pizza-$10 Off $15, Normally $4, Now $1.60 after coupon code
Pizza-$50 Off $75, Normally $20, Now $8 after coupon code.

Houston:

-Saba’s-$15 Off $22.50, Normally $6, Now $2.40 after coupon code.

Los Angeles Metro:

-Stacey’s Cafe Delish-$5 Off $7.50, Normally $2, Now $0.80 after coupon code.
$10 Off $15, Normally $4, Now $1.60 after coupon code.

Miami Beach:

-17 Restaurant and Sushi Bar-$10 Off $20, Normally $4, Now $1.60 after coupon code.
$15 off $22.50, Normally $6, Now $2.40 after coupon code.
$25 Off $50, Normally $10, Now $4 after coupon code

New York Metro:

-East Side Glatt -$25 off $37.50, Normally $10, Now $4 after coupon code.

-Ginger Grill Riverdale-$15 off $22.50, Normally $6, Now $2.40 after coupon code.

-Hunki’s Kosher Pizza of Plainview -$10 Off $20, Normally $4, Now $1.60 after coupon code.

-King Solomon Restaurant-$5 Off $7.50, Normally $2, Now $0.80 after coupon code.
$10 Off $15, Normally $4, Now $1.60 after coupon code.
$15 off $22.50, Normally $6, Now $2.40 after coupon code.

-New York Bagel of the Month Club (Parve/Pas Yisroel)-$10 off $15, Normally $4, Now $1.60 after coupon code.
$25 Off $37.50, Normally $10, Now $4 after coupon code.

-Town Deli and Catering:-$5 off $10, Normally $2, Now $0.80 after coupon code.
-$10 Off $15, Normally $4, Now $1.60 after coupon code.
-$15 off $22.50, Normally $6, Now $2.40 after coupon code.
-$25 Off $37.50, Normally $10, Now $4 after coupon code.
-$50 Off $75, Normally $20, Now $8 after coupon code.
-$100 Off $150, Normally $40, Now $16 after coupon code.

-Turquoise Kosher Fish Restaurant-$10 Off $15, Normally $4, Now $1.60 after coupon code.
$15 off $22.50, Normally $6, Now $2.40 after coupon code.

Phoenix Metro:

-Mozart Cafe & Bakery-$15 Off $22.50, Normally $6, Now $2.40 after coupon code
$25 Off $37.50, Normally $10, Now $4 after coupon code.

S. Antonio, Texas:

-Cafe Aroma-$10 Off $15, Normally $4, Now $1.60 after coupon code.

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Amazon Gold Box Deal Of The Day: WearEver Pure Living Cookware Set For $54.99 Shipped

Amazon Gold Box Deal Of The Day: WearEver Pure Living Cookware Set For $54.99 Shipped

This is the lowest price ever for this highly-rated set. The Amazon price yesterday was $100.87.

-PTFE-Free, PFOA-Free, Cadmium-Free, Recyclable
-Superior stain resistance, Superior scratch resistance, Durable ceramic cookware
-High performance, perfect cooking, easy ceramic nonstick, High quality aluminum base
-Soft touch and ergonomic silicone riveted handle, Sear and deglaze with ease, cook at high temperature (up to 750-degree F)
-Limited Lifetime Warranty,

HT: jj1000, via DDF
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Save on all your Amazon purchases! You can buy Amazon gift cards (as well as gift cards for airlines, hotels, clothing stores, gas stations, and much much more) at any Office Supply store with your  Chase Ink Plus, Chase Ink Bold, and the Chase Ink Cash Card card to earn 5 points per dollar (worth roughly 9.5% back)!

Use your registered Chase Freedom card to get 5 points per dollar for up to $1,500 in Amazon purchases this quarter!  Plus if you have a Chase checking account you’ll get an additional 10% point dividend on your January or February statement.

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Save Up To $671 On A Dell Inspiron 14z Windows 7 Ultrabook

Update: DEAD!

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Buy this laptop on an American Express card like the Starwood Preferred Guest® Credit Card from American Express or the American Express® Premier Rewards Gold Card 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 laptop, free of any hassle!
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Dell Inspiron 14z Windows 7 Ultrabook Linky

The original price of this computer is $1,070.99. There is $571 in instant savings to drop the price down to $499.99

If you add $100 to the computer to get the price up to $599 you can use the following code to save an additional $50: 5D?0D15W9LP822

As long as your total including sales tax is at least $599 you can sync your American Express card with twitter and tweet #AmexDell to get another $50 off this deal (via a statement credit on your next bill), dropping the price down to just $520 with free shipping!

In Brooklyn if the computer is $551 or more after the $50 coupon then the total with sales tax should be at least $599 thanks to its 8.875% sales tax.

Specs:
“A brushed-aluminum finish, rounded edges and thin design give the Inspiron 14z Ultrabook the sleek look you love, while durable construction and a full-size chiclet keyboard and touchpad make it easy to carry and use.”
-Windows 7 Home Premium
-3rd Gen Intel Core i5-3317U Processor (3M Cache, up to 2.6 GHz)
-90 days Premium Phone Support + 1 Year In-Home Service after Remote Diagnosis
Upgrade available to 3 Year Enhanced Support Warranty for $149 (Less $100 after coupon/AMEX)
-CD/DVD Burner
-8GB DDR3 RAM
-AMD Radeon HD7570M 1GB Dedicated Graphics
-8X Tray Load CD/DVD Burner (Dual Layer DVD+/-R Drive)
-14″ HD LED Display with Truelife
Upgrade available to add a Dell 22″ LED for $159.00 (Less $100 after coupon/AMEX)
-500GB Hard Drive with 32GB mSATA SSD
-Intel Centrino Wireless 2230, 2×2 bgn
-Bluetooth
-Microsoft Office Trial
Upgrade available to Microsoft Office Home and Student 2013 for $139.99 (Less $100 after coupon/AMEX)
-Skullcandy audio with WaveMaxx 4.0
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