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5 Pack Of Aukey Micro USB Cables And No Rush Shipping Credit For $2.99 Shipped With Amazon Prime!

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Use code: WR66SOVL

If you have Amazon Prime you’ll get free shipping and at checkout you can select “FREE No-Rush Shipping” and you’ll get a no rush shipping credit. The credit posts after your items ships.

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Amazon Prime Members: Receive A Category Credit Equal To Your Full Purchase Price When You Buy A Product Sample Box

-Sparkling Soda Sample Box Sample Box: $4.99
-Includes up to 6 or more of the following items:
-San Pellegrino Aranciata Rossa/Blood Orange Sparkling Beverage
-San Pellegrino Limonata Sparkling Beverage
-Zevia Zero Calorie Soda Black Cherry
-Coca-Cola Life Soda
-IZZE Sparkling Juice
-Pepsi 1893 Original Cola
-Hansen’s Natural Cane Soda Root Beer
-DRY Sparkling Cucumber

Be sure to check products you receive for a valid kosher symbol.

Buy the sample box above and get a $4.99 credit for items on this page.


-Crest 3D White Sample Box: $4.99
-Items in the box include Crest 3D White 1 Hour Express Whitestrip; Crest 3D White Radiant Mint toothpaste (2.5 ounce); Oral-B Glide Pro-Health floss (4 m).
-Crest Whitestrips removes years of teeth stains in just 1 hour for a noticeably whiter smile. The Advanced Seal Technology’s no slip grip stays put so you can talk and drink water while whitening teeth

Buy the sample box above and get a $4.99 credit for items on this page.


-Amoretti Syrup Sample Box: $9.99
-Each box contains 8 or more samples. Kehilla Kosher/Heart K Parve.

Buy the sample box above and get a $9.99 credit for items on this page.

Sample boxes are for Amazon Prime members only.  You can sign up for a free trial of Prime here. A prime trial is also free with Amazon Family (which also gets you 20% off diapers and wipes among other benefits) or Amazon Student.

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Employee Discount Sale From DiscountMags

Employee Discount Sale From DiscountMags
(Disclaimer: This link contains non-tznius pictures.)

No Auto-Renewal, Free Shipping, and No Tax.
Sample titles (If you add a 1 year subscription to your cart it will offer a 2nd year for less than the prices below!)
-Wired: $4.63
-Popular Science: $4.55
-Architectural Digest: $6.85
-Bon Appetit: $4.59
-Saveur: $4.55
-Allrecipes: $5.82
-Conde Nast Traveler: $4.89
-National Geographic Traveler: $16.58
-Backpacker: $4.52
-Entrepreneur: $4.47
-Consumer Reports: $19.74
-INC: $4.85
-Fast Company: $4.47
-Money: $7.48
-Golf Digest: $4.66
-Popular Photography: $4.72
-Outdoor Photographer: $4.85
-Thomas & Friends: $14.78
-Working Mother: $4.70
-Motor Trend: $4.75
-The Atlantic: $4.89
-New York: $5.79
-MAD: $11.68

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HUCA To Save With United’s Award Sale

Several DD readers have posted that they have had United call them and gotten refunds for award tickets that are now on sale with the US award sale and the Asia award sale.

My brother had a more interesting dilemma. He’s booked in September on a one-way 12.5K award from Cleveland to my alma mater, YOEC, in LA. Usually there’s no need to book a round-trip mileage ticket on domestic flights, but the award sale is only valid for round-trip tickets.

He called several times but didn’t get anywhere, so I took over.

I fully expected to have to play the HUCA lottery. That’s not something you smoke, that’s when you Hang Up and Call Again until you get the answer you want.

The first agent told me that it was a targeted promotion. Which is false of course, but I find that when an agent starts making things up it’s better to say thanks and hang up rather than try to correct them and be met with an “I’ve been doing this for 30 years sir, I think I know my job!”

The 2nd agent was happy to add a return segment to fly home for just 7,500 miles, but insisted on charging the $75 change fee as the ticket would have to be reissued.

The 3rd agent wasn’t able to find a saver award flight for the flight he wanted, despite it being clearly available. I just assume these people are grossly incompetent, are too lazy to be bothered to search, or get paid based on how quickly they process each phone call.

Finally the 4th agent was willing to book the return segment for 7,500 miles and waive the change fee as no flights were actually being changed.

All in all it took me about half an hour. Was it worth it? I suppose that depends on how you value your time, but I will say that the feeling of success feels just as good as the miles and money saved.

Have you had success having your existing United award repriced with the award sale?

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15 KIND Healthy Grains Granola Bars From Just $4.89-$5.64 Shipped With Amazon Subscribe & Save

Clip the one time use 20% off coupon.

-15 KIND Popped Salted Caramel Granola Bars $4.89-$5.64
-15 KIND Peanut Butter Berry Granola Bars $5.64-$6.51
-15 KIND Dark Chocolate Mocha Granola Bars $5.64-$6.51
-15 KIND Caramel Macchiato Granola Bars $5.64-$6.51
-15 KIND Peanut Butter Dark Chocolate Granola Bars $5.81-$6.70
-15 KIND Variety Pack Granola Bars $6.49-$7.49
-15 KIND Maple Pumpkin Seeds with Sea Salt Granola Bars $7.01-$8.09

-OU-Parve

-Use Subscribe & Save for these prices. If you subscribe to 5 items then the lower price applies. 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% off. It can be worth adding more subscribe and save items before they ship so that you save 15% on all the items you subscribe to.

-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.

-All subscribe and save orders ship for free with no minimum order amount.

Click here to learn how to expedite an Amazon subscribe and save item to receive your subscription item in a week or less.

HT: ben89, via DDF

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Are We Nearing The End Of The Road? A Brief History Of The Game We Play, Changes To AMEX+Chase+Citi Card Rules

Update, 8/11: I wrote this “pre-obituary” back in February. Since then the new Chase rules went into effect on most of their cards making it far more difficult to signup for new cards if you don’t have Private Client status.

Tonight DoC shares that Citi cards now have harsh new rules.

From his post on DDF,

“American Airlines AAdvantage® bonus miles not available if you have had any Citi / AAdvantage card (other than a CitiBusiness® / AAdvantage card) opened or closed in the past 24 months.”
“Expedia+ Points Bonus Offer is not available if you have had any Expedia+ or Expedia+ Voyager card opened or closed in the past 24 months.”
“Bonus Hilton HHonors points are not available if you have had any Citi®Hilton HHonors™ card opened or closed in the past 24 months.”
“Bonus ThankYou points are not available if you have had ThankYou Preferred, ThankYou Premier or Citi Prestige cards opened or closed in the past 24 months.”

It seems like a lifetime ago that I was 3BMing Citi American cards every 30 days racking up lifetime elite status and millions upon millions of miles.

With the new rules you can’t alternate between types of American cards or types of cards that earn ThankYou points for example. Once you’ve opened a card you’ll need to wait 24 months from that point or from when you close it to get another bonus within that brand.

For now business cards and consumer cards are not considered within the same brand, so you can still get a bonus for a Citi American business card despite having opened or closed a consumer card within 24 months.

Like I said, it’s been a fun ride. I still cashed out $5,000 of gift cards today for a quick 25K miles, but the game gets harder with each passing month. Enjoy the rest of it while it lasts!


Originally posted on 2/25/16:

It’s been a really fun run since I started blogging in 2004.

Even before I was blogging I was using eBay to flip beanie babies as a 13 year old at big profits and generated 7 figures of miles for free.

I pioneered credit card application techniques like the 2BM which became 3BM and eventually got as high as a 24BM. I typically kept the specifics limited to the 15 seminars that I ran from 2012-2015. Over the years we’ve been able to travel the world while burning over 10 million miles and banking tens of millions more along with lifetime elite statuses and other perks. Like I said in an interview last month, my problem is finding the time to burn them, not earn them. With G-ds grace, that’s an amazing problem to have and it’s one of things that I was so thankful for.

Alas, other bloggers that attended some of those seminars have taken the stories for their own. They often dumbed them down in scale and strategy, I suppose as a way to not outright break a promise to keep their lips sealed. But in the process they wound up killing many of those methods in random posts of selfishness. There’s such a fine line when deciding what things are safe to write about and what things aren’t and I’ve been guilty of poor judgement at times. But there have been posts that are so misguided that they sting. #CestLaVie

There’s no doubt that this game is on the downward slope of the bell-curve here.

It used to be easy as pie to keep applying for the same cards again and again with bonuses that just kept on growing with each passing year. It used to be really easy to meet the minimum spending requirement (Back in the day most cards only required $1 in spending) and manufacture spend by buying dollar coins or sending your spouse payments with Amazon Payments. Now those things have become increasingly difficult to do so.

Banks have gotten stricter with approvals and have policies that limit how often you can signup for the same card. And while there have always been loopholes for those in the know, those too are winnowing down.

There are still ways to manufacture spend, but in places like NYC it can be tough, especially if your Serve card was shut down.

Am I being a bit dramatic here? After all there are hundreds of avid DDF users who maximize the system, rack up millions of miles, and fly around the world in first class at a greater frequency than I do. If law school student CS91 can go from mileage newbie to racking up and burning 1.7 million miles this year, then surely all hope is not yet lost in this game. But there’s no denying that things are getting more difficult and require more time to master.

This blog has always been an odd convergence of bargain, travel/miles deals and information. It’s funny to see them come together as more and more people move into reselling as a method of manufacturing spend. That’s when people buy bargains on their credit cards and try to sell them on places like Amazon or eBay at a profit or at least break-even in order to earn miles in the process. Perhaps this will be the only way forward to keep manufacturing miles on the cheap? It’s funny to see it come full circle from the old days when I sold beanie babies and generated Cathay Pacific miles via eBay.

The airlines themselves have tried to take the gaming aspect out of the earning side of the equation as they move to reward flying based on revenue instead of flying distance. While in the past you could fly on a mileage run and earn miles worth more than the cost of the flight, those opportunities and few and far between these days. In 2004 we earned 8 tickets valid anywhere in the world on American by flying on a couple flights between NYC and California or Florida.   In 2006 I flew on a dozen AA flights in Texas and for a couple hundred bucks I had elite status and 6 figures of miles. Those days aren’t returning, though there are still ways to earn miles based on distance by crediting flights to partner airlines.

Airline consolidation has made lucrative promotions fewer and farther between as there is less need to compete. In 2005 Airtran ran a promotion to earn miles for Wendy’s cups. I sent in thousands of cups and they bought me tickets on Continental that I’m still using for free flights on United. Those were the golden days. Now airlines and hubs have been eliminated and loyalty is taken for granted.

Same goes for hotels. Not long ago I was earning 13,500 United miles+6,000 Hyatt points+1 free night at any Hyatt in the world for every 2 stays that I made. That was extremely lucrative thanks to $60 Hyatt Place stays that I was able to checkin to over the phone for every day of the promotion. Those Faster Free Nights promotions ran from about 2002 through 2010 but are gone for good. Even Starwood got in on the action and that allowed me to stay at the S. Regis Princeville in Kauai for dirt cheap in 2011. If airline mergers were the big story of the past 15 years, the ongoing hotel mergers will be the big thing. We’ll see what Marriott does with Starwood and what Accor does with my precious Fairmont, but I’m not very hopeful.

Heck, even Starbucks is moving from a “gameable” frequent user rewards based system (use their mobile app to make separate orders for every item you buy to quickly rack up free drinks) to a non-gameable revenue based system in April. The rewards landscape is changing as blogs proliferate and people maximize the benefits farther than the programs intended.

The redemption side has also become tougher with unprecedented devaluations from the likes of Hilton and United. Delta went so far as to delete their award charts and now American is poised to copy United’s devaluation in a month.

The good news from that end is that the major airlines know if they switch from an opaque system where savvy customers can game it and win to a non-gameable revenue based system, that they will lose billions of dollars in revenue as consumers switch from earning airline miles to earning cash back. The banks and their steady revenue stream won’t let that happen anytime soon.

In March of 2014 I broke the news that AMEX consumer cards would be much harder to churn. Officially most offers are once per lifetime now, though some don’t have that language and others have reported that after a number of years they’ve been able to get a signup bonus again on the same card. It’s hard to say exactly how many years it takes for that though.

Effective today AMEX Business card applications now have this language as well.

Citi started cracking down later in 2014 as I first reported here as well.

Bank of America went from one of the easiest to one of the hardest banks for multiple applications thanks to some blogs.

Chase’s approval guidelines on their Freedom and Sapphire cards got much more rigid last May when they started giving a tough time to people who have been approved for more than 5 credit cards within the previous 24 months. Some people have had success with reconsideration, others with $10K+ in a Chase checking account or with Private Client status have had luck by asking a banker to fill out a special reconsideration form for them, but it’s much tougher than it used to be.

Chuck from DoC has an inside source that says those same guidelines will begin to apply to Ink cards sometime in March and to all Chase cards sometime in April. With the way things have been heading that doesn’t surprise me at all.

 

What are you thoughts on where things are heading? Sound off in the comments!

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Join For Free! The Prayer In Amuka On Tu B’Av For Marriage & All Yeshuos – “Tu B’Av Together”

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“Tu B’Av Together – A Global Day Of Tefillah Initiative”

Join the special tefillah for marriage on Tu B’Av in Amuka by a minyan of Talmidei Chachamim through Yad L’Achim by clicking here.

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In a special initiative called “Tu B’Av Together” on Friday August 19th at 10:00 AM EST a minyan of Talmidei Chachamim, representatives of Yad L’Achim will lead the Global Day of tefillah for shidduchim and all yeshuos in Amuka. They will daven for all those who submit their names for tefillah (no donation required) by clicking here.

At the same time thousands of Jews from across the world will unite in tefillah by reciting tehillim 32, 38, 70, 82, 121, and 124 on Fri Aug 19th @10:am EST. Download the tehillim to be recited on Tu B’Av Together.

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Le Creuset Signature Enameled Cast Iron French Ovens On Sale From Macys

Update: DEAD!


Related: Coupon Mistake? Macy’s: Save 25% Off $75+ Orders Sitewide Even On Excluded Items! Includes Cosmetics, Fragrances, Watches, Jewelry, Tumi, And More!

Use 25% off $75+ code: FOCUS

The code above takes 25% off everything at Macy’s if you add a $3.99 filler item from this page.

-Signature Enameled Cast Iron 4.5 Qt. Round French Oven: Was $414.99, on sale for $289.99, and if you add a $3.99 filler item the total will be just $220.48.

-Signature Enameled Cast Iron 5 Qt. Oval French Oven: Was $429.99, on sale for $299.99, and if you add a $3.99 filler item the total will be just $227.98.

-Signature Enameled Cast Iron 5.5 Qt. Round French Oven: Was $459.99, on sale for $319.99, and if you add a $3.99 filler item the total will be just $242.98.

-Signature Enameled Cast Iron 6.75 Qt. Oval French Oven: Was $499.99, on sale for $349.99, and if you add a $3.99 filler item the total will be just $265.48.

Return shipping is free on all order from Macy’s.

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Save On KitchenAid Mixers From Macy’s

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If you add a $3.99 filler item and a KitchenAid Professional 600 6 Qt. Stand Mixer the total will be just $289.86. This sells for $339.99 from Amazon.

Use code: FOCUS

You can also receive an Ice Cream Maker Attachment ($79.99 value) via this rebate form.
-Purchase between 07/29-10/30.
-Postmark within 30 days of purchase.


If you add a $3.99 filler item and a KitchenAid Artisan 5 Qt. Stand Mixer the total will be just $226.11. This sells for $279.99 from Amazon.

Use code: FOCUS

You can also receive a Food Grinder or a Shredder/Slicer Attachment ($49.99 value) via this rebate form.
-Purchase between 07/29-10/30.
-Postmark within 30 days of purchase.

Return shipping is free on all order from Macy’s.

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Coupon Mistake? Macy’s: Save 25% Off $75+ Orders Sitewide Even On Excluded Items! Includes Cosmetics, Fragrances, Watches, Jewelry, Tumi, And More!

Update: DEAD!


Macy’s: Save 25% Off $75+ Orders Sitewide Even On Excluded Items!

Macy’s has 25% off $75+ sale for eligible items such as Girl’s clothing from $2.99 a Boy’s T-Shirt for $3.99 or find more items from $3.99 here.

Use 25% off $75+ code: FOCUS

However when you add any eligible item via the links above the 25% off will apply to all items sitewide, even items that are excluded from sales! You must add 1 eligible item for the excluded items below to work.

Normally excluded categories and brands:
Home items, Cosmetics/Fragrances, Electronics, Breville, Coach, Dyson, Fitbit, Frye, Jack Spade, Kate Spade, Le Creuset, Levi’s, Marc Jacobs, Sam Edelman, Samsung watches, Shun, Tag Heuer, The North Face, Tumi, Wüsthof, Vitamix, Jewelry/Watches, Burberry, Gucci, maternity, New Era, tech watches, Birkenstock, Maui Jim, Ray Ban, and more.

For example if you add a Boy’s T-Shirt for $3.99. and a Samsung Gear S2 Smartwatch the total will be just $190.48. This watch sells for $249.99 from Best Buy.

If you add a Boy’s T-Shirt for $3.99.and a Tumi V3 22″ International Carry-On Spinner Suitcase the total will be just $359.24. This sells for $471.25 from Amazon.

Shipping is free on $99+ orders, otherwise it is $9.95. In-store pickup is free with no minimum. Alternatively you can receive free shipping with no minimum on everything if your purchase includes a beauty item like this $4 lip balm.

Return shipping is free with no time limit for all Macy’s purchases.

Post what deals you find!

HT: Avin, via DDF

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HURRY! Save $10 Off $35+ Orders From Jet

Update, 12:30pm: The code no longer works for existing accounts.


Save $10 Off $35+ Order From Jet

Use discount code (limit 3 per account): BACKTOSCHOOL

The code above works for new and existing accounts. Alternatively, if you are placing an order over $67 and have a new account you can save more by using 15% off code: TRIPLE15

Shipping is free on $35+ orders before discounts, so after the $10 off code and smart cart savings you can get free shipping on orders that cost less than $25.

Jet has made the news recently for being bought out by Walmart for $3.3 billion. They have competitive prices for everyday items and in some areas such as NYC, NJ, and Philadelphia they offer cheap fresh groceries delivered in 1-2 days with Jet Fresh.

Jet has a “smart cart” where the more items you add the more the items will be discounted due to them saving on shipping costs. You can also save by waiving free returns, or paying with a debit card or non-Amex card.

Sample deals after $10 off:
-Cottonelle Ultra Comfort Care Toilet Paper, 48 Double Rolls: $23.24 with purchase of 4.
-Little Tikes Cozy Coupe: $34.83
-Kirkland Signature 13 Gallon Drawstring Kitchen Trash Bags, 600 Count: $31.20 with purchase of 3.
-Brawny Paper Towels, Pick-A-Size, White, 24 XL Rolls: $26.34 with purchase of 3.
-Kind Bars
-Kleenex.

Sample Jet Fresh deals before coupon:
-Bunch (7-10) Bananas: $0.99
-Organic Mango: $1.09
-Avocados, 4 Count: $3.99
-Tropicana Pure Premium Original No Pulp Orange Juice, 59 Oz: $2.99
-The Farmers Hen Extra Large White Eggs, 1 Dozen: $1.49

Post what deals you find!

HT: SearchGuy, via DDF

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40oz. Bottle Of Mr Clean Liquid All Purpose Cleaner For $2.06-$2.30 Shipped Via Amazon Subscribe & Save

40oz. Bottle Of Mr Clean Liquid All Purpose Cleaner For $2.06-$2.30 Shipped Via Amazon Subscribe & Save

This was selling for $8.99 yesterday and is now the lowest price ever from Amazon.

-OU-Kosher.

-Use Subscribe & Save for these prices and free shipping with no minimum purchase requirement. If you subscribe to 4 items or less you’ll pay $2.30. If you subscribe to 5+ items then the price drops to $2.06. If you add enough items before your next monthly Subscribe & Save order goes out, all previously ordered subscription items will automatically drop to the lower price. It can be worth adding more subscribe and save items before they ship so that you save 15% on all the items you subscribe to.

-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.

Click here to learn how to expedite an Amazon subscribe and save item to receive your subscription item in a week or less.

HT: ben89, via DDF

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Today Only: Black & Decker 20-Volt Drill Kit With 100 Accessories For $59.99 Shipped From Amazon

Today Only: Black & Decker 20-Volt Drill Kit With 100 Accessories For $59.99 Shipped From Amazon

This was $99.97 yesterday and is now the lowest price ever from Amazon, it has 4.4 star ratings.

-Lithium-ion battery is always ready and holds a charge up to 18 months
-24-position clutch prevents stripping and overdriving screws
-100-piece assortment of accessories ideal for all your needs
-Ideal for drilling through or screwdriving in wood, metal, and plastic
-Includes the drill, one battery, a charger, and an accessory kit

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Britax USA B-Ready Stroller For Just $219.99 From Amazon With Shipping And Free Returns.

Britax USA B-Ready Stroller For Just $219.99 From Amazon

This stroller sold for $274.99 yesterday and is now a record low price from Amazon. It has excellent 4.6 star reviews.

-Free shipping and free return shipping on all baby items sold by Amazon.

This sells for $300 from WalMart, $369 from AlbeeBaby$499.99 from Target, and $499.99 from BuyBuyBaby.

-CLICK and GO integrated adapter system works with BRITAX infant car seats and bassinet. Also compatible with other major infant car seat brands when used with BRITAX infant car seat adapter frame (sold separately).
-Converts to in-line double stroller to accommodate multiple seat and infant car seat configurations
-Foam-filled rubber tires
-Reversible top seat with 4 recline positions
-Large under seat storage accessible from all sides
-Click & go integrated adapter system works with BRITAX infant car seats and bassinet. Also compatible with other major infant car seat brands when used with BRITAX infant car seat adapter frame (sold separately)
-Converts to in-line double stroller to accommodate multiple seat and infant car seat configurations with use of second seat (sold separately).

HT: mileagejunkie, via DDF

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3 Day Sale! Save 50% Off All Brooklyn Botany Products Via Amazon

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Save 50% Off All Brooklyn Botany Products Via Amazon

Receive 50% off at checkout when you enter promo code: HSKQSXC8

Brooklyn Botany is a new Natural Skin Care and Essential Oils brand, selling the highest quality cosmeceuticals available today. The ingredients are sourced from around the globe and the magic happens in Brooklyn.

Essential Oils are great for a variety of uses like massages and skin treatments. Click on a product to view the full description of unique uses for each oil.

Sample deals:
-Ultra Pure Tea Tree Oil: $6.25
-Ultra Pure Lavender Kashmir Essential Oil: $6.25
-Ultra Pure Peppermint Essential Oil: $7.25
-Ultra Pure Vitamin C Serum L Ascorbic Acid: $9.49
-Ultra Pure Sandalwood Essential Oil: $10.75

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Apple iPhone SE 16GB Unlocked Smartphone For $299 Shipped From Walmart After $100 Price Drop

Update 2: This was originally advertised as new, but WalMart updated the page to show refurbished. Stay classy WalMart…

Update: Both colors are now sold out.


Apple iPhone SE 16GB Rose Gold Unlocked Smartphone For $299 Shipped From Walmart

Apple iPhone SE 16GB Gold Unlocked Smartphone For $299 Shipped From Walmart

-Compatible with all wireless carriers.

-4-inch (diagonal) Retina display with 1136-by-640 resolution
-A9 chip with integrated M9 motion coprocessor
-12MP iSight camera with Focus Pixels and True Tone flash
-4K video recording at 30 fps and slo-mo video recording at 240 fps
-1.2MP FaceTime HD camera with Retina Flash
-Touch ID fingerprint sensor
-LTE1 and 802.11a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi
-iOS 9 and iCloud

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Price Mistake? 48 Earth’s Best Organic Sunny Days Snack Bars (OU-D) For $2.30-$2.74 Shipped Via Amazon Subscribe & Save

Update: DEAD!


48 Earth’s Best Organic Sunny Days Snack Bars (OU-D) For $2.30-$2.74 Shipped Via Amazon Subscribe & Save

This was selling for $23.34 yesterday and is now the lowest price ever from Amazon.

-OU-Dairy.

Amazon Family members pay just $2.30 thanks to an additional 20% off when buying family food items via Subscribe & Save.

-Use Subscribe & Save for these prices and free shipping with no minimum purchase requirement. If you subscribe to 4 items or less you’ll pay $2.74. If you subscribe to 5+ items then the price drops to $2.45. If you add enough items before your next monthly Subscribe & Save order goes out, all previously ordered subscription items will automatically drop to the lower price. It can be worth adding more subscribe and save items before they ship so that you save 15% on all the items you subscribe to.

-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.

Click here to learn how to expedite an Amazon subscribe and save item to receive your subscription item in a week or less.

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Today Only: Oreck Commercial Commercial Upright Vacuum For $141.99 Shipped From Amazon

Today Only: Oreck Commercial Commercial Upright Vacuum For $141.99 Shipped From Amazon

This was selling for $183.43 yesterday and is now the lowest price ever from Amazon, it has 4.5 star ratings.

-Automatic floor adjustment enables vacuum to move between carpets and hard surfaces without changes to manual settings
-Helping Hand handle has received Ease-of-Use Commendation from Arthritis Foundation; on/off switch is located in handgrip for convenience
-Powerful, high-speed, balanced brush roll with double helix brushes whirls at 6,500 RPM and move debris toward the vacuum inlet for cleaning
-Vacuum has 12″ cleaning path; cogged V-belt resists slippage; circuit breaker helps protect against clogs and jams

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Amazon Lightning Deal: $25 Lord & Taylor Or $25 Catherines Gift Card For $20

Amazon Lightning Deal: $25 Lord & Taylor Gift Card For $20
Amazon Lightning Deal: $25 Catherines Gift Card For $20

Redeemable in store and online.

As with all lightning deals, you can always join the waitlist if a deal is full and more often than not you will be able to buy the item at a discount. Just keep checking back often to see when you clear the waitlist as you’ll only have a limited amount of time to complete your purchase!

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Amazon Prime Members: Razor Power Rider 360 Electric Tricycle For $86.03 Shipped From Amazon

Razor Power Rider 360 Electric Tricycle For $86.03 Shipped From Amazon

This was selling for $111.98 yesterday and is now the lowest price ever from Amazon, it has 4.3 star ratings.

-This price is for Amazon Prime members only.  You can sign up for a free trial of Prime here. A prime trial is also free with Amazon Family (which also gets you 20% off diapers and wipes among other benefits)orAmazon Student.

-Blast into the future with the PowerRider 360 – all-new, electric powered 3-wheeler from Razor!
-Features push button throttle and reaches speeds up to 9 mph with up to 40 mins. of continuous use
-Cut full 360 degree spins, slide, even drift on its duel inclined rear caster wheels
-Includes front, hand operated braking system, hi-impact pneumatic front wheel, 12V rechargeable battery system, and charger
-Recommended for ages 8 and up; supports riders up to 120 pounds

HT: mileagejunkie, via DDF

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8.5oz Bag Of YumEarth Organic Lollipops For $2.93-$3.35 Shipped Via Amazon Subscribe & Save

8.5oz Bag Of YumEarth Organic Lollipops For $2.93-$3.35 Shipped Via Amazon Subscribe & Save

Clip the one time use 15% off coupon.

This was selling for $5.99 earlier this week and is now the lowest price ever from Amazon.

Also available via the coupon above is a 4 pack of YumEarth Organic Candy Drops for $13.70-$15.65 shipped via subscribe & save.

-Use Subscribe & Save for these prices and free shipping with no minimum purchase requirement. If you subscribe to 4 items or less you’ll pay $3.35. If you subscribe to 5+ items then the price drops to $2.93. If you add enough items before your next monthly Subscribe & Save order goes out, all previously ordered subscription items will automatically drop to the lower price. It can be worth adding more subscribe and save items before they ship so that you save 15% on all the items you subscribe to.

-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.

Click here to learn how to expedite an Amazon subscribe and save item to receive your subscription item in a week or less.

HT: myi, via DDF

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Kensington Laptop Backpack (Red) For $13.95 Shipped From B&H

Kensington Laptop Backpack (Red) For $13.95 Shipped From B&H

This sells for $34.99 on Amazon and $46.95 from Walmart.

-Storage pockets for up to a 15.6″ laptop and a 10″ tablet
-Front quick access pockets to hold keys, smartphone, wallet, etc.
-Zippered organizer section
-Ergonomic air-mesh back cushion and shoulder straps
-Stretch water bottle/umbrella pocket
-Padded comfort handle

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Amazon Lightning Deal: $25 The Children’s Place Gift Card For $20

Amazon Lightning Deal: $25 The Children’s Place Gift Card For $20

Lightning deal valid until 4:59 pm EST or while supplies last.

Redeemable in store and online.

As with all lightning deals, you can always join the waitlist if a deal is full and more often than not you will be able to buy the item at a discount. Just keep checking back often to see when you clear the waitlist as you’ll only have a limited amount of time to complete your purchase!

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Acer Aspire 15.6″ Core i7 Laptop For $529.99 Shipped Via eBay Daily Deals

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

-Enroll in eBay Bucks and get 2% back (or more via targeted offers) on your eBay purchases.


Acer Aspire 15.6″ Core i7 Laptop For $529.99 Shipped Via eBay Daily Deals

Specs:
-Intel Core i7-6500U Processor
-8GB DDR4 RAM
-500GB Hard Drive
-15.6″ Full HD screen
-Bluetooth 4.0
-HD Graphics 520
-Windows 10

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20% Off Groupon Local Activity Deals: Roundup Of Deals In Baltimore/DC, Central Jersey, Chicago, Cleveland, LA, Miami, Niagara Falls, And NYC

Groupon: Local Deals

-Save 20% off up to 3 local deals, with code (Exp: 08/11): SUMMER20

-Targeted accounts can save 25% off 1 local deal with code (Exp: 8/11): SAVE25

-New Groupon accounts can save 25% off local deals with code: FIRST

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

National:

-In-studio photo shoot with eight portrait sheets at Picture People: $12.80

New York:

One-Hour NYC Area Flight Lesson With Video Including $20 Fuel Surcharge: $91.20

Admission for Two or Four to 9/11 Tribute Center: $12.80

Paintball Package$15.20

Admission to Wax Attraction, Harbor Cruise, and Empire State Building$55.20

Brooklyn Bridge Bike Rental$8.80

Central Park Bike Rental$8.80

Two-Hour BYOB Painting Workshop$28

One-Day Double-Decker Bus Ticket from Open Loop For 4$95.20

Escape-Room Adventure for Two$36

-2 Adult passes to the American Airpower Museum$9.60

-3-Hour Pass for One Person at Modern Pinball: $12

Four-Hour Soap-Making Class for One or Two at Brooklyn Creative Studio (Williamsburg): $63.20

Admission to Wax Attraction, Harbor Cruise, and Empire State Building from CitySights NY: $55.20

Private Helicopter Flying Lesson: $100

90-Minute Archery Lessons with Equipment Rental from Hidden Gems Archery: $20

Miami:

Two-Hour Segway Tour: $36

Admission for Two or Four Adults to Coral Castle: $12.80

One-Hour Jet-Ski Rental and Two All-Day Chaise-Lounge Rentals: $87.20

3-Hour Weekday Island Adventure Cruise and Tour: $23.20

Everglades Airboat Tour: $16
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Tandem Hang-Gliding: $67.20

Glassblowing Session: $55.20

Escape-Room Adventure for four$53.60

Taste of Miami Helicopter Tour: $58.40

2 Hour Stand Up Paddleboard Rental And Instruction: $8

Central New Jersey:

Ice Skating and Skate Rentals for Two at Palisades Center: $12

Two iPlay America Indoor-Theme-Park Game Cards: $31.96

Unlimited Rides Plus Go-Kart Rides for Two at Keansburg Amusement Park: $47.20

Two-Hour Social Painting Event: $20

Escape-Room Visit for Two: $39.20

Private Helicopter Flying Lesson: $106.25

5 Open-Bounce Sessions or Birthday Party with Cake and Pizza for Up to 12 at BounceU: $16-$191.20

Los Angeles:

Hollywood, Sign, and Celebrity Mansions Tour: $20

Go Los Angeles Card Including Free Admission to 30+ Popular Los Angeles Attractions: $94.50

Gondola Cruise for Up to Four People: $56.80

Night Helicopter Tour for Three: $304

Four 16-Lap Go-Kart Races at Racer’s Edge Indoor Karting : $33.60

Museum Visit for Two Adults or Seniors, or Two Adults and Two Children at Museum of Flying: $8

Museum Of Tolerance 2 adult tickets: $13.60 (membership also available)

Beginner Ninja or Intermediate Basic-Training Paintball Package: $16

2 Hour Stand Up Paddleboard Session: $39.20

Chicago:

Rooftop Cubs Game Tickets: $55.20

Chicago Helicopter Tour for Two: $204.80

Segway Tours: $31.20

Chicago History Museum: $5.60

Family Membership to Museum of Broadcast Communications: $24

Niagara Falls:

Niagara Falls Fun Zone: $16 CAD

Niagara Falls Helicopter Tour for 2: $209 CAD

1 Year Family Membership Naval & Military Park: $19.20

Cleveland:

5 Large Buckets of Driving-Range Balls at The Range: $21.75

Two-Day Concealed-and-Carry Course: $85.60

Skating Package for 2 at United Skates of America: $13.60

All-Day Paintball Package with Equipment Rental for at Paintball International: $15.20

-African Safari Wildlife Park: $6.40

Baltimore/Washington DC:

-Observatory Admission for Two at Top of the World : $4.80

-Tandem Skydive: $127.20

-Four Hour Moon Bounce Rental: $100

Post what deals you find!

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20% Off All Groupon Local Deals; Kosher Restaurant Groupon Roundup For Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, And New York

Groupon Linky

-Save 20% off up to 3 local deals with code (Exp: 8/11): SUMMER20

-Targeted accounts can save 25% off 1 local deal with code (Exp: 8/11): SAVE25

-New Groupon accounts can save 25% off local deals with code: FIRST

Kosher deals (Always check local kosher supervision):

-Save 40% on Meal Delivery from Heavenly Kosher Diet

-Save 52% on Kashrus Magazine Subscription

-Save 41% on Gluten Free Baked Goods at Katz Gluten Free

-Save 68% on Gluten-Free Freedom Pack of Baking Mixes at Freedom Delivered

New York:

-Save 50% off dinner at Talia’s Steakhouse

-Save 50% off brunch at Talia’s Steakhouse

-Save 50% off at Schnitzel Express

-Save 40% off at Black and White Bakery

-Save 43% at Hapina Grill

-Save 40% off at Sushi K Bar

-Save 45% off at Sushi King

-Save 38% off at Orchidea

-Save 52% at China Glatt

Boston:

-Save 50% at A Perfect Taste

-Save 44% at Dushez Catering

Chicago:

-Save 34% off dinner at Bebe’s Kosher Deli

Dallas:

-Save 41% at Meat Point

Los Angeles:

-Save 40% at Got Kosher? (Memphis-Style BBQ Pulled Beef Sandwich!)

-Save 44% at Shefa Melrose

-Save 44% at Bibi’s Bakery Cafe

-Save 37% at Chick ‘n Chow

-Save 40% at Cohen Restaurant

-Save 56% at Unique Bakery And Cafe

-Save 37% at Schwartz Bakery (Don’t miss their Crumb cheese danishes, “kit-kat” bars, and caramel cake)

Miami:

-Save 35% at The Kugel Factory

-Save 47% at 17 Restaurant and Sushi Bar

-Save 55% at Holy Bagels & Pizzeria

Las Vegas:

-Save 40% at Anise Tapas & Grill

-Save 40% at Sababa Mediterranean Grill

HT: myi, via DDF

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Get A 50% Bonus When You Transfer American Express Membership Rewards Points Into British Airways Avios

Get A 50% Bonus When You Transfer American Express Membership Rewards Points Into British Airways Avios

-Through 10/10 you will get 1,200 Avios for every 1,000 Membership Rewards (MR) Points transferred to BA. Normally you get 800 Avios for every 1,000 MR points transferred to BA.

This is only valid for US cardholders.

Previous MR->Avios bonus offers:
11/27/11=30%
03/15/12=50%
08/28/12=40%
12/03/12=30%
04/22/13=35%
10/15/13=20%
12/15/14=40%
12/02/15=25%
08/10/16=50%

About British Airways Avios:

In 2011 BA launched the Avios program and it provides a great value for short-haul flights.

Unfortunately their domestic OneWorld partner, American, has been stingy with award availability of late. You’ll want to search for saver awards on AA.com to check the availability on your desired routes before transferring miles.

American also forced BA to raise the zone 1 rates they charge for US flights from 4.5K to 7.5K Avios earlier this year, though zone 1 in the rest of the world remains just 4.5K Avios.

-There are no expedite or close-in fees for last minute award ticket bookings with BA Avios.  That saves you $75 compared to other programs.

-Earning or redeeming any amount of Avios extends your entire account validity for another 36 months.

-You can cancel tickets and redeposit miles for the lesser of $55 or the taxes you paid.  That means you pay just $5.60 for cancel a one-way domestic itinerary (and you always should book domestic flights as one-ways). That saves you up to $200 compared to other programs when you need to cancel.

-British Airways only charges 10% extra miles for a lap child flying internationally, even when traveling on AA. AA and other domestic carriers charge a whopping 10% of the full fare, which can add up to be a small fortune.

-Points transfer instantly from MR to BA and there are no fees or taxes for transferring points to British Airways.

-You can save Avios on some routes by transferring points from BA Avios into Iberia Avios. Iberia’s awards start at just 11K Avios round-trip.

-You can search American and Alaska award availability on AA.com by looking for sAAver awards. BA can’t book AAnytime awards, but you should be able to find all AA sAAver awards on BA.com. BA.com does not display all available awards on all airlines, airlines like Alaska, Aer Lingus, and LATAM have to be booked over the phone.  Additionally you will have to call BA to make a booking if you see a sAAver award on AA.com that’s not showing on BA.com.

I’ve booked dozens of short-haul tickets using Avios for travel on American.  A Cleveland-NYC ticket can cost $1,200 round-trip if you don’t stay for at least 3 days or if you book last-minute.  But BA allows me to use just 15,000 Avios for that same flight, a whopping value of over 13 cents per mile.  I can hop over to Chicago or NYC on a whim without any kind of mileage regret like I used to have in the pre-Avios days.

-Avoiding fuel surcharges:
-There are no fuel surcharges for travel on American within the Western Hemisphere. Flights start at 7,500 Avios plus $5.60.
-Air Berlin flights still have no fuel surcharges systemwide and remain the cheapest way to get to Israel. They have flights to Israel from Berlin for 10K Avios. Flights to several US cities cost just 20K Avios.

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-Niki flights have no fuel surcharges systemwide.
-Aer Lingus flights have no fuel surcharges systemwide, though they can only be booked over the phone.. A flight from Boston to Dublin or Shannon is just 12,500 Avios in coach or 37,500 Avios in business. From there you can fly elsewhere within Europe without paying fuel surcharges.  Plus you can fly to Boston from cities like Buffalo, NYC, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, or Washington DC for just 7.5K Avios. These flights can only be booked over the phone.
-Alaska flights have no fuel surcharges systemwide, these flights can only be booked over the phone.
-LATAM flights have no fuel surcharges systemwide. Some of their flights can only be booked over the phone.
-Flights within Australia, Europe, Japan, and many other countries and regions have little to no fuel surcharges.
-There are also no fuel surcharges for flying on Qantas within or from Australia.
-Fuel surcharges on award-winning carrier Cathay Pacific are also very low or non-existent and you don’t even need to fly all the way to Hong Kong (though you should-great city with awesome kosher food, airport lounges with kosher food, and a business or first class flight you’ll never forget!) to get a taste of their awesome service, seat, pajamas, and amenities. They fly a daily 777 nonstop between JFK and Vancouver which I reviewed in this trip report.
-You can significantly cut the fuel surcharges when flying on Iberia by transferring your BA Avios into Iberia Avios
-British Airways 5th Freedom Flights (flights that don’t depart from or arrive to the UK) have significantly lower fees. For example even though Singapore-Sydney is a longer flight than NYC-London the fees in first class on Singapore-Sydney are less than half of those from NYC-London.
–As long as you have earned a single Avios within the past 12 months then fuel surcharges for intra-Europe and intra-Africa flights will be very low. You can transfer points from AMEX, Chase, or Starwood to activate that benefit.

ZoneFlight DistanceCoachBusinessFirst
1 (Flights that don't touch the USA)1-6504.5K9K18K
1 (Flights to, from, or within the USA)1-6507.5K15K30K
2651-1,1517.5K15K30K
31,152-2,00010K20K40K
42,001-3,00012.5K37.5K50K
53,001-4,00020K60K80K
64,001-5,50025K75K100K
75,501-6,50030K90K120K
86,501-7,00035K105K140K
97,001+50K150K200K

 

Sample uses:

-3,750 MR points will transfer into 4,500 Avios, enough for a one-way short-haul ticket from London-Milan, Iguazu Falls-Sao Paulo, Johannesburg-Victoria Falls, Hong Kong to Taiwan, Melbourne to Sydney, and between most cities within Europe.

-6,250 MR points will transfer into 7,500 Avios, enough for a one-way short-haul ticket between New York and places like Bermuda, Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit, Miami, Orlando, Montreal, Pittsburgh, or Toronto, or between Miami and the Bahamas or Cancun, or between LA and Cabo on OneWorld partner American.

-8,500 MR points becomes 10,200 Avios, more than enough for a one-way flight between Germany or Austria and Tel Aviv, Chicago and LA, Hong Kong to Singapore, or JFK to Cancun, S. Maarten, or S. Juan,

-10,500 MR points becomes 12,600 Avios, more than enough for a one-way flight between the west coast and any of the Hawaiian islands, New York and the west coast, or New York and Costa Rica. It’s even enough for a one-way flight between Boston and Dublin or Shannon, Ireland with no fuel surcharges on Aer Lingus! You’ll have to call to book trips on airlines like Aer Lingus or Alaska.

-12,500 MR points becomes 15,000 Avios, more than enough for a one-way business class flight between NYC and Toronto or Bermuda or between Miami and most destinations in the Caribbean.

-16,750 MR points becomes 20,100 Avios, more than enough for a one-way flight between Dallas and Hawaii or New York and London (though you’ll be hit with fuel surcharges for crossing the Atlantic on most airlines). It’s also enough for a one-way flight nonstop flight between NYC or Chicago and Dublin or Shannon, Ireland with no fuel surcharges on Aer Lingus.

-21,000 MR points becomes 25,200 Avios, more than enough for a one-way flight between New York and Brazil or Argentina.

-25,000 MR points becomes 30,200 Avios, enough for a one-way flight between New York and Tel Aviv on Air Berlin with no fuel surcharges.

-29,250 MR points becomes 35,100 Avios, more than enough enough for a one-way flight between the US and Hong Kong in coach.

-31,250 MR points becomes 37,500 Avios, enough for a one-way flight in lie-flat business class on Cathay Pacific from JFK to Vancouver with no fuel surcharges. It’s also enough to fly from Boston to Ireland in lie-flat business class on Aer Lingus with no fuel surcharges, though you’ll need to call to book.

-41,750 MR points becomes 50,100 Avios, more than enough for a one-way flight in lie-flat first class on Cathay Pacific from JFK to Vancouver with no fuel surcharges.
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Need some Membership Rewards points?

-American Express Membership Rewards points transfer instantly to BA and can be earned from credit cards like The Amex EveryDay Preferred Credit Card from American Express and The Amex EveryDay Credit Card from American Express

You can also earn Membership Rewards points from charge cards like the American Express® Premier Rewards Gold Card and The Platinum Card® from American Express.

-Key perks of The Amex EveryDay Preferred Credit Card from American Express:
-Signup bonus: 15K Membership Rewards points (18K Avios with this bonus) for spending $1,000 within 3 months. There is a $95 annual fee.
-A great card for everyday spending thanks to a 50% point bonus for making 30 transactions per billing period. That’s 1.5 points per dollar everywhere you shop.
-4.5 points per dollar on up to $6,000 per year at grocery stores if you make 30 transactions that month (3 points if you don’t).
-3 points per dollar on gas and Uber if you make 30 transactions that month (2 points if you don’t).
-Up to 99 fee-free additional cards that each qualify for AMEX promotions.
-Transfer points to all Membership Rewards airline and hotel partners.

-Key perks of The Amex EveryDay Credit Card from American Express:
-Signup bonus: 10K Membership Rewards points (12K Avios with this bonus) for spending $1,000 within 3 months. There is no annual fee.
-The only no-annual fee card that can transfer points into real airline miles.
-20% point bonus for making 20 transactions per billing period. That’s 1.2 points per dollar everywhere you shop.
-2.4 points per dollar on up to $6,000 per year at grocery stores if you make 30 transactions that month (2 points if you don’t).
-3 points per dollar on Uber if you make 30 transactions that month (2 points if you don’t).
-Up to 99 fee-free additional cards that each qualify for AMEX promotions.
-Transfer points to all Membership Rewards airline and hotel partners.

-Key perks of the American Express® Premier Rewards Gold Card
-Signup bonus: 25K Membership Rewards points (30K Avios with this bonus) for spending $2,000 within 3 months. The $175 annual fee is waived for the first year.
-3 points per dollar on airfare.
-2 points per dollar on gas and groceries.

-Key perks of The Platinum Card® from American Express.
-Signup bonus: 40K Membership Rewards points (48K Avios with this bonus) for spending $3,000 within 3 months. $450 annual fee.

-Every calendar year you can get a $200 airline fee refunds.  That means in your first cardmembership year you can get a $400 refund thanks to a $200 credit in 2016 and a $200 credit in 2017.
-Centurion lounge access: Bring your entire family or you and 2 guests into lounges in Dallas, Las Vegas LaGuardia, Miami, San Francisco, Seattle, and more to come. There are also lounges in Argentina, Brazil, India, and Mexico.
-Airspace lounge access: Bring your entire family or you and 2 guests into lounges in Cleveland, JFK (JetBlue terminal), and San Diego.  These are modern lounges with free premium coffee, bottled water, and self service soft drinks.  Additionally you and every guest also gets a gift card valid towards purchasing premium alcohol, local craft beers, cocktails, and meals.
-Priority Pass lounge access.  There are hundreds of lounges worldwide that accept Priority Pass and you can access all of them for free.  In Newark you can access the Art & Lounge.  That’s the same lounge that El Al provides for their business and first class passengers. It offers kosher food and Israeli art.  In Tel Aviv you can access the Dan lounge.  See the Priority Pass site for their complete list of lounges. Note that you can’t access United lounges with the Priority Pass membership that you get from the Platinum card.  You don’t get any free guests, but secondary Platinum cardholders can get their own free Priority pass membership.
-Delta SkyClub access:  Platinum cardholders can also access Delta Skyclubs, though they can no longer bring in free guests there.  However you can add 3 additional users onto a personal Platinum card for $175 (That’s just $58.33 per additional cardholder per year).  Secondary users do get full lounge access so they will have access to Delta and Priority Pass lounges for themselves and they will be able to guest others into Airspace and Centurion lounges.
-TSA Pre-Check makes flying pleasant again. Shorter lines, no need to remove your shoes, belt, jacket, or hat. You can keep your laptop and freedom baggie with liquids in your carry-on. And you go through a good old fashioned metal detector instead of assuming the position in a nude-o-scope.  It costs $85 for 5 years but you’ll get an $85 statement credit when you pay with a Platinum card. Additional cardholders get it free as well.
-Or you can get Global Entry which includes TSA Pre-Check for free.  Normally Global Entry costs $100 and it also lets you bypass the customs line when returning from abroad. If you charge it on your Platinum card the fee will be refunded.  Additional cardholders qualify for a Global Entry fee refund as well.
-Platinum cardholders get Starwood and Hilton Gold elite status for free.  That gets you free Wi-Fi, discounted Hilton award stays, and a 250 point rebate, free upgrades and 4pm late checkout every time you stay at a Starwood hotel, even on award stays.
-The card also comes with free checked baggage insurance and it has no foreign exchange fees.  And of course it comes with all of the amazing purchase protections that other American Express cards have as well.
-Lost item protection: If you buy something on your Platinum card up to $10,000 and lose it within 90 days of purchase it will be fully covered.  No other card I’m aware of offers lost item protection.  Many cards offer stolen item protection, but that requires a police report to be filed and often it has a cap of just $1,000.

HT: jmansour, via DDF

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Today Only: Instant Pot 6-in-1 Programmable 6-Quart Pressure Cooker For $69.99 Shipped From Amazon

Today Only: Instant Pot 6-in-1 Programmable 6-Quart Pressure Cooker For $69.99 Shipped From Amazon

This was selling for $99.95 yesterday and is now the lowest price ever from Amazon, it has very good 4.6 star ratings.

-6-in-1 Multi-Functional Cooker–Pressure Cooker, Saute/Browning, Slow Cooker, Rice Cooker, Steamer & Warmer
-Large, easy to use control panel with ten built-in Smart Programs, automatic keep-warm, and 3 temperatures for saute/browning and slow cook
-Delay cooking time up to 24-Hours; Manual setting up to 120 minutes of cook time, UL and ULC certified with 10 proven safety mechanisms; Highly energy efficient
-Includes 3-ply bottom stainless steel cooking pot, stainless steel steam rack, rice paddle, soup spoon, measuring cup, instructions, recipes, and cooking time tables

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Save Up To 80% Off Summer Styles And Up To 75% Off Clearance From Neiman Marcus Last Call

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

Neiman Marcus Last Call Summer Sale

Receive free 2 day shipping and return shipping with Shoprunner. (Don’t have a Shoprunner account? If you have an AMEX you can signup for free).

Don’t have ShopRunner or AMEX? Use the following code for free shipping on $99+ orders: LCSHIP

Sample deals:
-Men’s 100% Cotton Non-Iron Shirts From $35.40
-Girl’s Clothing From $12.60
-Boy’s Clothing From Just $9.80
-Women’s Clothing From $7.87
-Wallets from $6
-Men’s Ties from $14.50
-Women’s Shoes from $18
-Men’s Sweaters From $16.25
-Men’s Dress Shoes From $59.60
-Men’s 100% Wool Suits From $260

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Dell Inspiron 15.6″ Core i3 Laptop For $246.95 Shipped

Update: The code is no longer active, making the laptop now $274.39.


Dell Inspiron 15.6″ Core i3 Laptop For $246.95 Shipped

Use code: REWARDS10

Specs:
-Intel Core i3-5005U Processor
-500GB Hard Drive
-4GB RAM
-15.6″ HD Truelife LED-Backlit Display
-Intel HD Graphics 5500
-Tray load DVD Drive
-Full size spill-resistant keyboard with 10-key numeric keypad
-Bluetooth 4.0
-Windows 10 Home, 64-bit

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8 Packs Of Pampers Sensitive Wipes For $8.91-$9.96 Shipped Via Amazon Subscribe & Save

Update 2: DEAD!


8 Packs Of Pampers Sensitive Wipes For $8.91-$9.96 Shipped Via Amazon Subscribe & Save

This was selling for $18 yesterday and is now the lowest price ever from Amazon.

-Use Subscribe & Save for these prices and free shipping with no minimum purchase requirement. If you subscribe to 4 items or less you’ll pay $9.96. If you subscribe to 5+ items then the price drops to $8.91. If you add enough items before your next monthly Subscribe & Save order goes out, all previously ordered subscription items will automatically drop to the lower price. It can be worth adding more subscribe and save items before they ship so that you save 15% on all the items you subscribe to.

-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.

Click here to learn how to expedite an Amazon subscribe and save item to receive your subscription item in a week or less.

HT: mileagejunkie, via DDF

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Delta: NYC To/From Fort Lauderdale Or Miami For $79 Each Way

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-Earn 3 points per dollar on airfare with the AMEX Premier Rewards Gold Card or the AMEX Business Gold Rewards Card.
-Get free checked baggage and priority boarding on Delta if you have the Delta SkyMiles AMEX or the Delta SkyMiles Business AMEX.


Bookable on Priceline. Tickets purchased from Priceline today are refundable until 11:29pm tomorrow. Please see this post for directions on how to cancel these tickets.

-Limited seats are available on each date and dates listed below will sell out quickly! Please post a comment with exactly which dates and route didn’t work for you and I will update the post.

Always search one-way for 1 seat and then work your way up to the number of seats you need in order to book as many seats on sale as you can. Searching round-trip may result in higher prices.

Note: Read the CDC travel notice for Wynwood, Miami here.

-Search NYC to include JFK and LGA.

NYC to Miami $79 dates:
August 30, 31
September 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 19, 20, 21, 22, 24, 26, 27, 28
October 18, 25
November 7, 8, 15, 16

Miami to NYC $79 dates:
September 8, 10, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 27, 28
October 1, 8, 13, 18, 19, 20, 22, 25
November 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 9, 10, 11, 16


NYC to Fort Lauderdale $81 dates:
August 30, 31
September 8 through 28

Fort Lauderdale to NYC $81 dates:
September 8 through 28


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Fly Nonstop Between JFK/Newark And Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Or San Diego For $98-$138 Each Way!

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-Earn 3 points per dollar on airfare with the AMEX Premier Rewards Gold Card or the AMEX Business Gold Rewards Card.
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-Get free checked baggage and priority boarding on United if you have the Chase United Explorer


Bookable on Priceline. Tickets purchased from Priceline today are refundable until 11:29pm tomorrow. Please see this post for directions on how to cancel these tickets.

-Limited seats are available on each date and dates listed below will sell out quickly! Please post a comment with exactly which dates and route didn’t work for you and I will update the post.

Always search one-way for 1 seat and then work your way up to the number of seats you need in order to book as many seats on sale as you can. Searching round-trip may result in higher prices.

-All flight dates listed below are nonstop.

View all of the deals after the jump:

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American Tourister iLite Xtreme Spinner Luggage On Sale From Boscovs

American Tourister iLite Xtreme Spinner Luggage On Sale From Boscovs

Save an additional 20% off $69+ orders with code: PROMO4U20

-American Tourister iLite Xtreme 21″ Spinner: $59.99 for 1 or $47.99 when you buy 2 after 20% off. Free shipping for this item.

Available in Black, Orange, Blue, Purple, and Cherry.


-American Tourister iLite Xtreme 25″ Spinner: $55.99 after 20% off, $29 flat-rate shipping applies.

Available in Black, Blue, and Purple.


-American Tourister iLite Xtreme 29″ Spinner: $63.99 after 20% off, $29 flat-rate shipping applies.

Available in Blue or Purple.

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Today Only: Bella 10-Piece Hard Anodized Ceramic Cookware Set For $69.99 Shipped From Amazon

Today Only: Bella 10-Piece Hard Anodized Ceramic Cookware Set For $69.99 Shipped From Amazon

This was selling for $169.99 yesterday and is now the lowest price ever on Amazon.

-Hard anodized aluminum construction with ceramic coating
-Cool touch handles
-Lid material: Shatter-resistant glass with silicone rim

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Save 60% Off Plus Free Shipping On All Rectangle And Square Frames At GlassesUSA.com. Glasses From Just $19.20 Shipped!

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Get 60% off + free shipping on 100’s of Rectangle and Square frames – Basic single vision lenses included (Value Lens Package). Just use the code: DANS60S

GlassesUSA.com is the leading prescription eyewear provider with over 1,000 stylish designer frames and high quality prescription lenses. Save up to 70% off retail prices, and enjoy our risk-free online shopping experience!

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-Free shipping for orders is the US.
-For glasses with Progressive / Bifocal lenses and Rx. sunglasses, discount applies to frames only.
-Marked down frames (clearance) and Premium tagged frames are excluded.
-May not be combined with other coupons or offers.
-Offer expires 08/15 11:59 PM PST.

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Quaker Instant Oatmeal On Sale From Amazon Via Subscribe And Save Plus An Additional $5 Off!

Click on this one time use 20% off coupon.
Click on this one time use 15% off coupon.

When you subscribe to 2 items at a time you will save an additional $5 in your cart. To change a subscribe and save order to 2 items just select one time purchase, and change the quantity to 2 then reselect subscribe and save and you can checkout via subscribe and save.

Sample deals (price displayed is per box when you subscribe to 2 at a time):
Quaker Instant Oatmeal OU Parve Flavors:
Apples and Cinnamon: 40 pouches for $5.22-$6.22
Lower Sugar Variety: 40 pouches for $5.39-$6.45
High Fiber Maple Brown Sugar: 32 pouches for $7.24-$8.54
Raisin, Date & Walnut: 40 pouches for $5.25-$6.25
Apple Cinnamon, Lower Sugar: 40 pouches for $9.02-$10.56

Maple Brown Sugar: 12 On-The-Go Cups for $6.62-$7.79

Quaker Instant Oatmeal OU Dairy Flavors:
Dinosaur Eggs Brown Sugar Cereal: 32 pouches for $5.65-$6.71
Strawberry & Cream: 40 pouches for $5.22-$6.22
Weight Control Variety Pack: 40 pouches for $6.17-$7.33

-Use Subscribe & Save for these prices. If you subscribe to 5 items then the lower price applies. 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% off. It can be worth adding more subscribe and save items before they ship so that you save 15% on all the items you subscribe to.

-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.

-Using Subscribe & Save waives the requirement to place a $25 order for add-on items.

Click here to learn how to expedite an Amazon subscribe and save item to receive your subscription item in a week or less.

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Buy 2 Snacks From Amazon And Get $5 Off

Buy 2 Snacks From Amazon And Get $5 Off

For example if you purchase 2 24 Packs Of Tropicana Apple Juice Bottles the total will be $11.18/case. And if you buy 2 24 Packs Of Tropicana Orange Juice Bottles the total will be $10.48/case.

Post what deals you find!

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Asus 15.6″ Core i5 Laptop For $349.99 Shipped Via eBay Daily Deals

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-Enroll in eBay Bucks and get 2% back (or more via targeted offers) on your eBay purchases.


Asus 15.6″ Core i5 Laptop For $349.99 Shipped Via eBay Daily Deals

Check this link to see if you are eligible for 8% back in eBay Bucks on this purchase.

Specs:
-Intel Core i5-5200U Processor
-6GB RAM
-1TB Hard Drive
-15.6″ HD screen
-DVD/CD Burner
-Bluetooth 4.0
-HD Graphics 5500
-Windows 10

HT: ben89, via DDF

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LATAM’s JFK-Toronto Flight Will End Next Month, Last Chance For $89 Lie-Flat Business Class

Last March TAM started flying a 5th Freedom tag-on flight from JFK to Toronto and back so that their 767 from Sao Paulo to JFK didn’t idle all day.

I’ve covered some ridiculously cheap flights for the route, so it’s no surprise that they’ve concluded that it will be cheaper to idle the plane than to fly it to Toronto.

The final flight will be on 9/30.

Coach comes with 1 free bag, business class comes with lie-flat seats and 3 free 50 pound checked bags.

No, business class isn’t a big deal on such a short-flight, but the price is right and it sure beats coach. The 3 free bags are a nice benefit as well.

Bookable on Priceline. Priceline tickets purchased today are refundable until 11:29pm ET tomorrow. Please see this post for directions on how to cancel these tickets.

-Limited seats are available on each date.

-Always search one-way for 1 seat and then work your way up to the number of seats you need in order to book as many seats on sale as you can.

-A one-way flight will earn 458 AA or BA redeemable miles and 549 EQMs on American.

-LATAM requires that you buy a seat in business class for infants.

JFK to Toronto $67 coach class dates in bold, $89 dates in plain font:
August 29, 31
September 7, 9, 14, 16, 21, 23, 28, 30

JFK to Toronto $89 business class dates in bold, $143 dates in plain font:
August 24, 31
September 2, 7, 9, 14, 16, 21, 23, 28, 30

Toronto to JFK $94 coach class dates in bold, $108 dates in plain font:
August 17, 19, 24, 26, 29, 31
September 2, 5, 7, 9, 14, 16, 21, 23, 28, 30

Toronto to JFK $120 business class dates in bold:
September 9, 14, 16, 21, 23, 30

HT: Lucky

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