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Skywalker 55″ Round Bounce-n-Learn Interactive Game Trampoline For $39 From Walmart

Skywalker 55″ Round Bounce-n-Learn Interactive Game Trampoline For $39 From Walmart

Shipping is free on $50+ orders or a flat $4.97 on orders under $50. You can get free 2nd day shipping with no minimum order by signing up for Walmart Shipping Pass. You can also pickup items at any WalMart store without charge.

-Interactive sound game with on/off switch
-Frame: sturdy, rust-resistant, steel frame
-Enclosure net upright bars are padded for safety
-Spring-less design
-Stretch band provides that little extra bounce
-Jumping Mat: made of heavy-duty, UV-protected polypropylene
-Safety enclosure with No-Gap Technology
-Lower enclosure net prevents small objects and children from going beneath the mat

HT: ben89, via DDF

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TravelCell Summer Blowout Sale

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

Rent SIM cards, iPhones, iPads, Androids, or Mifi – all on sale today.
Use your Smartphone or ours. Your US cell number can ring on ours, never miss a call!

Unlimited smartphone only $45/week
Unlimited Sim card only $4.95/day
Unlimited USA number only $1.95 day
Unlimited Mifi device only $5.95/day
Unlimited regular phone only $3.95/day
Seminary and Yeshiva Special: only $37.95/month
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Use promo code: DDSummer16

The TravelCell Advantage:
-Unlimited Calls, Internet, Text & USA number
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-TravelCell uses the BEST and largest networks in Israel and around the world.

Phone: 877-Cell Phone (877-235-5746) 718-382-6500
Web: www.TravelCell.com Email: sales@travelcell.com

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Amazon: 2 Pack Elmer’s Glue Sticks For $0.74 Plus Get eBook/Video/Music No-Rush Credit

Update: DEAD!


Originally posted 07/31.

-Pack of 2 Elmer’s Disappearing Purple School Glue Sticks, 0.21 oz: $0.74

If purchase 2 or more and have Amazon Prime you’ll also get a $1 eBook/Video/Music credit if you select no-rush shipping at checkout.

Free shipping with $49+ orders or get free 2nd day shipping on all orders with a free trial of Amazon Prime. A prime trial is also free with Amazon Family (which also gets you 20% off diapers among other benefits) or Amazon Student.

HT: ben89, via DDF

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Niles HDLCR Speaker For Just $42.24 From Amazon After $131 Price Drop!

Update: DEAD!


Niles HDLCR Speaker For Just $42.24 From Amazon After $131 Price Drop!

This was selling for $173.86 yesterday and is now the lowest price ever from Amazon.

-Dual 5-1/4″ Injection-molded TCC (talc, Carbon, And Ceramic-filled) Polypropylene Woofers Offer Extreme Rigidity To Reduce Breakup And Lower Distortion
-Long-throw Voice Coil/magnet Structure Increases Cone Excursion To Enhance Low Frequency Response And Dynamic Impact
-1″ Teteron Dome Tweeter Is Fluid Cooled And Delivers Ultra-wide Dispersion To Reproduce Clear And Detailed High Frequencies
-Proprietary Tweeter-adjustment Mechanism Ratchets In 1mm Increments And Then Pivots For Precise Aiming Of High Frequencies
-Bass And Treble Controls Enable Precise Tone Matching In Any Room

HT: mileagejunkie, via DDF

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6 Pack Of Elmer’s Glue Sticks For $0.99 From Amazon

Update: DEAD!


6 Pack Of Elmer’s Glue Sticks For $0.99 From Amazon

If you spend $1.01 or more and have Amazon Prime you’ll also get a $1 eBook/Video/Music credit if you select no-rush shipping at checkout.

Free shipping with $49+ orders or get free 2nd day shipping on all orders with a free trial of Amazon Prime. A prime trial is also free with Amazon Family (which also gets you 20% off diapers among other benefits) or Amazon Student.

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40 Piece Rubbermaid TakeAlongs Assorted Food Storage Containers For $7.55 From Amazon

Update: DEAD!


40 Piece Rubbermaid TakeAlongs Assorted Food Storage Containers For $7.55 From Amazon

This is the lowest price for this product ever from Amazon, it has 4.5 star ratings.

-Featuring Quick Click Seal for a tight seal ensuring contents are secure
-Lids are ridged for easier stacking
-Top-rack dishwasher safe, freezer safe, and microwave reheat able
-BPA-Free Product

Free shipping with $49+ orders or get free 2nd day shipping on all orders with a free trial of Amazon Prime. A prime trial is also free with Amazon Family (which also gets you 20% off diapers among other benefits) or Amazon Student.

HT: ben89, via DDF

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24 Hours Left! Camp Gan Israel Of Silver Spring, MD Scholarship Raffle!

Please note: This is a paid advertisement.

Win two plane tickets to anywhere in the world! The more entries you buy, the more upgraded the plane tickets are!

There will be one Grand Prize drawing on August 2, 2016. Entries must be received by 4:00 pm Eastern Time on August 2, 2016.

The type of prize awarded will be determined by the type of ticket that the winner bought. If the winning entry is from a $36 ticket, the winner will receive 2 plane tickets to anywhere in the world. If the winning entry is from a $100 ticket for 4 entries, the winner will receive 2 business class plane tickets to anywhere in the world. If the winning entry is from $180 ticket for 10 entries, the winner will receive 2 first class plane tickets to anywhere in the world.

Your raffle ticket purchase helps Camp Gan Israel of Silver Spring, MD make an amazing Jewish summer experience possible for all of its campers.

For more information and to buy tickets visit www.ChabadSilverSpring.com/raffle

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United Billion Mile Giveaway

United Billion Mile Giveaway

I don’t usually write about giveaways, but we’re talking about a billion miles here 🙂

Every time you use your Chase United card in August and September you’ll get a raffle entry, but you can also enter as many times as you want even if you don’t have a card or make a purchase by entering your information here.

Winners will be drawn on 10/15.

-100 people will win 1 million United miles and $7,500 cash. The miles are valued at 2 cents each, so winners will also get a 1099 for $27,500. If you have a combined marginal state and federal tax rate of 33% you would owe some $9,000 in taxes if you win, so it’s a good thing the prize comes with cash and points 🙂
Even if you wind up having to pay a couple thousand dollars in taxes it’s still not a bad deal for enough miles to fly around the world in first class several times.
-10,000 people will win 25,000 United miles. The ARV is $500, as the ARV is less than $600, you shouldn’t get a 1099.
-130,000 people will win 5,000 United miles. The ARV is $100, as the ARV is less than $600, you shouldn’t get a 1099.

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Save On Gas, JcPenney, Southwest, Kohl’s, Lowe’s, And More Gift Cards On Sale 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.


-$100 ChevronTexaco Gas Gift Card: $92


-$60 Kohl’s Gift Card: $50


-$100 Bass Pro Gift Card + $20 BP Gas Gift Card: $100


-$100 Bass Pro Gift Card + $20 ChevronTexaco Gas Gift Card Gift Card: $100


-$100 Bass Pro Gift Card + $20 ExxonMobil Gas Gift Card Gift Card: $100


-$50 JcPenney Gift Card: $40


-$100 Southwest Airlines Gift Card: $92


-$100 Famous Footwear Gift Card: $85


-$100 Lowe’s Gift Card: $92


-$100 Gamestop Gift Card: $90


-$50 Jiffy Lube Gift Card: $40


-$25 Hibbett Sports Gift Card: $20


-$50 Fathead Pre-Owned Gift Card: $39.99


-$25 Zappos.com Pre-Owned Gift Card: $21.25


-$25 Coffee Bean Pre-Owned Gift Card: $22.50

You earn 5 points per dollar when buying gift cards from Paypal digital gifts via eBay on an Ink Cash or Ink Plus card!

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What Exactly Is American’s AAdvantage?

Update: American’s revenue based mileage program goes into effect today, regardless of when you purchased your tickets. On its surface it’s a match of Delta and United’s programs, but as this article and the related articles below show, it’s actually significantly worse than the other network carrier’s loyalty programs.

Related posts:
-American Joins Delta And United In Revenue Based Mileage Earning
-A Comparison Of AA, Delta, And United Saver Award Space: Is AAdvantage The New SkyPesos?
-Is AAdvantage A ScAAm? See For Yourself And Let The DoT Know


Originally posted on 6/14:

American’s AAdvantage program has been undergoing death by a thousand cuts.

Clearly the mergers of the last decade have decimated airline loyalty programs. The loss of AirTran, America West, Continental, Northwest, and USAirways have meant that the remaining oligopoly of airlines no longer need to compete on the same level that they used to. Hubs have been eliminated and will continue to disappear. Miles have become harder to earn when flying and become less valuable when cashed in.

In the meantime Delta has put all of their focus into their airline operations and they no longer even publish award charts.
United devalued their program in 2014 in one fell swoop. But after American’s changes, the United mileage program is far superior and the airline’s operations have been rapidly improving since they fired Smisek.

American’s trickle style roll out of bad news since the merger coupled with poor airline operations and abysmal award availability has been nothing short of a horror film.

1. They removed the ability to get a free stopover on award tickets without warning. Their own partner Alaska allows a stopover on one-way tickets even when redeeming for American flights. Competition like United still allows for a stopover and open jaw on awards that make using miles very valuable when utilized properly.

2. They removed their lucrative round-the-world award chart without warning. We got great use out of it on a trip around the world in 2010 and would have liked to have known before it was removed. United and ANA still have good round-the-world options.

3. They increased their AAnytime award flight options to have multiple levels of expensive awards, making it cost prohibitive to redeem for flights on peak dates. United still maintains one rate that makes the higher award level far more reasonable than American.

4. They still don’t provide free upgrades for lower and mid-tier elites as Delta and United do.

5. The new Platinum Pro level is the most unimaginatively named level ever and is the 3rd type of Platinum in American’s program. Worse than its unfortunate name, it won’t have the fee-waiver benefits provided by Delta and United like free award cancellations and free confirmed standby and it only gives 2 free 50 pound checked bags compared to 3 free 70 pound bags with Delta or United Platinum.

6. They’re finally rolling out domestic upgrades on award tickets, but only for top-tier Executive Platinums (though that comes after cutting their international upgrade certificates in half). Delta offers this for Gold and higher while United offers this to all elites who have a United credit card.

7. They’re devaluing their Gold and Platinum lifetime status levels by introducing higher levels and upgrades that are prioritized by the amount of money you’ve spent on flights in the past 12 months, something that no other airline does. So much for long-term loyalty.

8. They’re now requiring $3K in spending on top of flying to earn Gold, $6K for Platinum, $9K for Platinum Pro, and $12K for Executive Platinum. That’s copying Delta and United’s requirements. However Delta and United waive the spend requirement for foreign members while American will not.

9. Delta and United also waive the elite spend requirement if you spend $25K in a calendar year on their co-brand credit cards (excluding the ability to earn 1K status on United), while American did not announce any such waiver.

10. Their saver award space availability has deteriorated to the point that I’m not even sure it’s better than Delta’s. Both of those airlines lag miles behind United, especially if you have a United credit card.

11. Their award chart was once a bright spot, but was mAAsacred earlier this year and no longer provides a competitive advantage.

12. They have draconian routing rules, such as not allowing a flight from the US to Australia to transit via Asia and not allowing a flight from the US to Southern South America to connect in Central or Northern South America. American also requires that there be a published fare for award flights that you take, that you take the most direct routing, and they limit the total distance you can fly to MPM+25%. These restrictions exacerbate award availability issues. United has none of these restrictions.

13. American charges a massive fuel surcharge to fly on British Airways and a small fuel surcharge to fly on Iberia, making it tough to fly to Europe without paying outrageous fees. United has far more partner airlines than American and doesn’t charge a fuel surcharge for travel on any of them.

14. Operationally speaking, American has the worst tarmac delays, cancellation, and mishandled bag rates among all domestic carriers. Delta is by far the best domestic airline from an operation standpoint, and United is better than American and has been improving.

15. American cancelled their interline agreement with Delta as it became too expensive to keep sending their delayed and cancelled passengers to Delta. United still has an interline agreement with American and Delta, meaning they have more options to accommodate passengers when issues arise. I experienced pain from this issue firsthand.

16. American ended their El Al mileage relationship in 2014 and ended their own flights to Tel Aviv this year, leaving them with zero partners that fly between North America and Tel Aviv compared to 7-11 weekly Delta flights to Israel and 28 weekly Star Alliance flights on United and their partner Air Canada.

17. The OneWorld alliance no longer requires airlines to interline bags to other carriers even within the  alliance if you purchase 2 separate tickets. American claims they will still do so, but in my experience it was very hard to get them to do that and will likely become impossible. Delta and United still interline within their alliance on 2 tickets and United will interline to other airlines if you have elite status or even if you just ask nicely.

18. Many of American’s award partners are still not available online, which means having to call and play call center roulette to book awards on airlines like Air Tahiti Nui, Cathay Pacific, Etihad, JAL, and others. Just today I had an American phone agent outright lie to me about award space that I knew was there. I HUCA’d and received it, but they have seemingly stopped making progress in getting more airlines on their website. Progress has even gone backwards as airlines like AirBerlin have shows more award space on Iberia’s site than on American’s.

19. American’s flight status on their website and app are very primitive. It’s updated very late and often displays incorrect information in delay situations. United’s flight status on their website and app provides far more useful and timely updates and information.

20. American’s customer service is horrendous. I’ve experience this firsthand on a few occasions, but every aspect of their airline from gate agents, club agents, luggage agents, Twitter agents, executive office agents, and DoT representative agents have dropped the ball on our cancelled flight to London and their failure to provide a refund or alternate flight afterward. Delta and United would have had this solved in no time, but nobody at American cares or has the power to fix anything.

21. If you do want to redeem for an American flight, you’ll always do better by using miles from partner airlines like Alaska, BA, or Etihad, so there’s no longer much of a point of collecting miles from American. If you do fly on American you should credit your flights to a partner like Alaska.

22. I’ve found American to be very inflexible to deal with for schedule changes on award tickets. Delta and United are typically quite accommodating when flight times change in my experience, while that can’t be said for American.

23. The bottom line is that if you want operational excellence then your default choice ought to be Delta. If you value your miles then your default choice ought to be United.

But unless you find a cheap fare or you’re stuck in an American captive hub like Dallas, what exactly is American’s AAdvantage and why do they deserve your loyalty?

Did I miss any other disAAdvantages? If you’re an American loyalist, are you planning on sticking around or are you jumping ship?

Hit the comments!

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Planters Products On Sale Via Amazon Subscribe And Save

-Clip the one time use 25% off coupon on the product page.

Sample deals:
-Planters Deluxe Whole Cashew, 18.25 Ounce: $5.23-$6.10
-Planters Nut.rition Antioxidant Mix, 2 Count Of 9.25 oz.: $5.57-$6.50
-Planters Cocktail Peanuts, 16-oz. Packages (Count of 3): $5.85-$6.82
-Planters Peanuts, Salted Caramel, 6 Ounce (Pack of 8): $7.10-$8.29
-Planters Pistachio Mix, Deluxe, 14.5 Ounce: $7.52-$8.77
-Planters Cocktail Peanuts, 16-Ounce (Pack of 6): $15.21-$20.47
-Planters NUT-rition Heart Healthy Mix, 9.75-oz. (Count of 3): $9-$10.50
-Planters Cashew Halves and Pieces, 14 oz. (Count of 3): $12.46-$14.53
-Planters Cashew Halves and Pieces, 14-Ounce (Pack of 3): $12.46-$14.53
-Planters Mixed Nuts, 10.3-Ounce (Pack of 4): $12.46-$14.53
-Planters Mixed Nuts, Honey Roasted, 10-oz. (Count of 4): $12.46-$14.53
-Planters Peanuts, Sea Salt and Vinegar, 6-oz. (Pack of 8): $13.47-$15.72
-Planters Peanuts, Chili Lime, 6-oz. (Pack of 8): $13.72-$17.15
-Planters Peanuts, Cocoa, 6-oz. (Pack of 8): $14.41-$16.81

-All items listed above are 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.

-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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Roundup Of New Targeted And Non-Targeted AMEX Offers

This post has been updated with new offers such as electronic toll payments, Delta, Sheraton, Hilton, Ritz-Carlton, Sur La Table, EZ-Pass, Dropbox, Gap, Telecharge Broadway Tickets, and more.


AMEX has lots of great new AMEX offers available.

1. AMEX Twitter (non-targeted) offers:

Signup for Twitter and you can save money with AMEX.

All you have to do is sync your American Express card with your twitter account to save money at rotating stores.

Then tweet the codes listed below to enroll, so for example just write #AMEXGap and then click tweet. Then wait a minute and you should have a message in your notifications bar that you have successfully enrolled along with the offer terms.

In the image below you can see where to write the tweet and where to check for the confirmation.

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View all the offers after the jump:

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Hyatt 2016 Category Changes

Update: The new rates go into place tomorrow. If you have your eye on a hotel that is going up in category, be sure to book it now. Most hotels allow you to cancel and get a refund of your points until 1-3 days before the stay, 


Originally posted on 7/5:
Have A Hyatt Credit Card? Get 10% Back On All Point Redemptions Through October! Plus: A Unified Hyatt Award Chart With 10% Off Calculations


Hyatt 2016 Category Changes Linky

Effective 8/1/16 there will 50 Hyatt hotels that go up in category and cost more points and 56 hotels that will go down and cost fewer points.

It’s a pretty painless change this year and there’s even a few bright spots, like the Hyatt Centric South Beach Miami falling from category 6 to 4, which makes it valid for Hyatt anniversary nights.

You can lock in lower rates on hotels getting more expensive by booking future reservations by 7/31/16.

If you booked a hotel that is going down in price, Hyatt will automatically credit you the point difference.

Here is the Hyatt award chart:

Hotel CategoryStandard Room AwardSuite Night AwardPoints+Cash Standard Room AwardCost of points saved with P+C Award
15K8K2.5K+$502 cents/point
28K13K4K+$551.38 cents/point
312K20K6K+$751.25 cents/point
415K24K7.5K+$1001.33 cents/point
520K32K10K+$1251.25 cents/point
625K40K12.5K+$1501.2 cents/point
730K48K15K+$3002 cents/point

When booking a points+cash reservation I included a metric in the chart above that shows the rate that you’re effectively buying your points back at.  The category 6 rate is the biggest points+cash bargain. You “buy” back or save 12.5K points per night for $150.  Effectively you paid just 1.2 cents per point ($150/12,500) to save those 12.5K points per night.  The category 1 and 7 points + cash deals are the worst as you are effectively paying 2 cents per point.

Note that standard awards have no blackouts or capacity controls on standard rooms and suites.  However points+cash reservations are capacity controlled.  A nice benefit of points+cash rooms is that they are considered a paid rate, so they qualify for all promotions that apply to paid hotel stays and you can use a diamond suite upgrade certificate to confirm them into a suite.

Suite nights require a 3 night minimum stay and can only be booked over the phone.

You can transfer Chase points to Hyatt if you or your spouse has a Sapphire Preferred or Ink Plus card. You can also earn points and get an annual anniversary night valid at category 1-4 Hyatt hotels on the Chase Hyatt card.

Sample hotels getting more expensive:
-Hyatt Regency San Francisco goes from category 4 to 5.
-Hyatt Regency Jersey City on the Hudson goes from category 4 to 5.
-Hyatt Centric The Loop Chicago goes from category 4 to 5.
-Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport from category 2 to 3.
-Hyatt Place Chicago South University goes from category 2 to 3.
-Hyatt House Atlanta/Downtown goes from category 2 to 3.

Sample hotels getting less expensive include:
-Hyatt Place Pittsburgh Airport goes from category 2 to 1.
-Hyatt Place Tempe/Phoenix Airport goes from category 2 to 1.
-Hyatt Regency Washington/Dulles Airport goes from category 2 to 1.
-Park Hyatt Chennai, India, goes from category 2 to 1.
-Hyatt Place Secaucus/Meadowlands goes from category 3 to 2.
-Park Hyatt Hyderabad, India goes from category 3 to 2.
-Hyatt Regency Phuket Resort goes from category 4 to 3.
-Hyatt Centric South Beach Miami goes from category 6 to 4.

HT: dandu16, via DDF

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Last Chance For Awesome AMEX Offers To Save On BJs, Costco, Sam’s Club, Groceries, And More!

Update: The Google Express offer ends today and the Samsung Pay offer ends Thursday!


Originally posted on 7/7:

1. Google Express.
Login to your AMEX account to check for $15 off $30 AMEX Offers at Google Express.

Step 1: Click on this Google Express referral link you’ll get $15 off $15. Just click to redeem the $15 code that will be in your account at checkout or use code: J654NK3HH

There is normally a free 3 month trial that you can cancel at any point. At the end of the trial you will be moved onto a $95 annual unlimited use membership plan or you can cancel and pay a $4.99 per delivery fee with no membership fee. The membership includes a free additional member as well.

Step 2: If you signup for a membership via link by 8/1 and select a school PTA to support you’ll get a 6 month free membership.

Google Express is awesome. They deliver items from Costco, Walgreens, Whole Foods, and more stores right to your door for the same cost as in-store. If Costco has a coupon for an item, like $3.60 off Kleenex as they do now, you’ll also get that coupon price.

You need a Costco membership to order from Costco at regular prices and perishables are only available in select areas. You can now also order from Costco stores without a membership, but you’ll pay a 15% premium.

Here is a link to current locations that have Google Express.

You can even use the AMEX offer to buy a Costco membership with $15 off to make the price $40 instead of $55.

You can still buy items from Costco via Google Express with AMEX.

All of my personal primary and secondary cards had the offer and I saved the offer to each of my cards by having each card open to the offer in a different tab in Firefox, which I find works best. You can also register additional user cards on your primary login or on their own login to enroll them in this offer as well.

For new users a $45 order will be just $15 if they redeem the $15 signup credit and have an AMEX Offer. It’s hard to beat 50% or 67% off at Costco! You can buy anything from groceries to ink.

This offer expires 7/31.

2. Samsung Pay.

Login to your AMEX account to check for $10 off $20 with Samsung Pay.

Almost all stores accept payment via Samsung Pay, so this is an incredible offer.

You need a Samsung phone like the S6, S7, Note 5, or their edge variants to use Samsung Pay.

Some DansDeals readers have told me that they have bought the Galaxy S7 for this offer and it has more than paid for itself!

This offer expires 8/4.

3. Sam’s Club.

Login to your AMEX account to check for $45 off a $45 membership at Sam’s Club.

Additionally you can signup here for a $10 Sam’s Club gift card. My local club wasn’t able to get the code to work, but had no issue manually issuing a $10 gift card. The gift card is also valid at WalMart, so you can use your Chase Freedom card to earn 5 points per dollar on your Sam’s Club purchases while using the gift card on WalMart and you can buy more WalMart gift cards at Sam’s Club to earn 5 points per dollar.

This offer expires 9/30.

4. BJs.

Login to your AMEX account to check for 5% back at BJs through 8/31.

Additionally you can print this coupon for $25 off a $50 BJs membership and you’ll get a $25 BJs gift card through 8/31. Most stores will even allow you to use the $25 gift card to pay for the membership, making it completely free!

You’ll also get a coupon book for joining.


Find more AMEX Offers in this post! Offers expiring today include Amazon and Virgin Atlantic.

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Save An Extra 5% Off Sitewide At CardCash On Top Of Gift Cards Already Discounted By Up To 39%!

CardCash has set up a special customer service email address for DansDeals readers. If you purchase a gift card through DansDeals and have a problem with the order please email DansDeals@CardCash.com to get your issue resolved. CardCash guarantees gift card’s value for 45 days after purchase.

CardCash.com offers heavily discounted gift cards with free shipping.

Save an additional 5% off sitewide with code (Exp: 07/31): DANSOFF
The code excludes Walmart gift cards.

Save up to 9% off Gas, 17% off travel, 32% off coffee, 39% off apparel, and many more discounts listed below.

Sample stores:

Stores:
-ACE Hardware: 3% plus 5% off:
-Advance Auto Parts: 15.69% plus 5% off
-Bare Minerals: 18% off plus 5% off
-Bass Pro Shops: 14.09% off plus 5% off
-Bath And Body Works: 3.4% off plus 5% off
-Bed Bath & Beyond: 7.37% off plus 5% off
-Big Lots: 6.5% off plus 5% off
-Bon-Ton: 13.22% off plus 5% off
-Cabela’s: 12.1% off plus 5% off
-Dave & Busters: 18% off plus 5% off
-Dollar Tree: 13.3% off plus 5% off
-Family Dollar: 11% off plus 5% off
-Game Stop: 6.02% off plus 5% off
-Home Depot: 5.25% off plus 5% off
-IKEA: 5.11% off plus 5% off
-Jiffy Lube: 14.53% off plus 5% off
-Kmart: 3.75% off plus 5% off
-Lowe’s: 3% off plus 5% off
-MAC Cosmetics: 11.5% off plus 5% off
-Michaels: 22.31% off plus 5% off
-Overstock: 3.75% off plus 5% off
-Papyrus: 24% off plus 5% off
-Picture People: 20.6% off plus 5% off
-Rooms To Go: 12% off plus 5% off
-Sears: 3.75% off plus 5% off
-Staples: 5% off plus 5% off
-Target: 2.33% off plus 5% off
-Tiffany: 4.25% off plus 5% off
-TJ Maxx: 16.1% off plus 5% off
-Toys R Us: 5.75% off plus 5% off

Grocery/Drug Stores:
-Albertsons: 2.1% off plus 5% off
-CVS: 10% off plus 5% off
-Rite Aid: 13% off plus 5% off
-Walgreens: 10% off plus 5% off
-Whole Foods Market: 3.9% off plus 5% off

Clothing:
-Abercrombie: 5.75% off plus 5% off
-American Apparel 39.95% off plus 5% off
-American Eagle: 14.2% off plus 5% off
-Ann Taylor: 31.27% off plus 5% off
-Barney`s New York: 7.4% off plus 5% off
-Bob’s Stores: 25.1% off plus 5% off
-Bloomingdale’s: 8.55% off plus 5% off
-Brook’s Brothers: 15.2% off plus 5% off
-Claire’s: 37% off plus 5% off
-Express: 20.75% off plus 5% off
-Gap: 10.55% off plus 5% off
-Gymboree: 32.04% off plus 5% off
-H&M: 31.2% off plus 5% off
-Hollister: 25% off plus 5% off
-JCPenney: 14.2% off plus 5% off
-JoS. A. Bank: 17.3% off plus 5% off
-K&G: 17.5% off plus 5% off
-Kohls: 9.68% off plus 5% off
-Lands End: 3.9% off plus 5% off
-L.L.Bean: 15.2% off plus 5% off
-Macys: 7.37% off plus 5% off
-Mandee: 39.7% off plus 5% off
-Marshalls: 13.75% off plus 5% off
-Mens Wearhouse: 20.3% off plus 5% off
-Motherhood Maternity: 21% off plus 5% off
-Nordstrom: 2.74% off plus 5% off
-Old Navy: 10% off plus 5% off Works at Athleta, Banana, and Gap.
-Perry Ellis: 15.4% off plus 5% off
-Saks 5th Avenue: 5.1% off plus 5% off
-The Childrens Place: 10.55% off plus 5% off
-Under Armour: 15.2% off plus 5% off

Shoes:
-Ugg: 27.7% off plus 5% off
-Aldo: 16.5% off plus 5% off
-Zappos: 26.32% off plus 5% off

Electronics:
-Apple: 0% off plus 5% off
-Bose: 12.4% off plus 5% off
-HP: 6.02% off plus 5% off
-HH Gregg: 6.46% off plus 5% off
-Office Depot: 5% off plus 5% off

Coffee:
-Coffee Bean: 21.14% off plus 5% off
-Starbucks: 10.1% off plus 5% off
-Caribou Coffee: 12.8% off plus 5% off
-Dunkin’ Donuts: 12.95% off plus 5% off
-Krispy Kreme: 14.5% off plus 5% off
-Peets Coffee & Tea: 16.26% off plus 5% off
-Tully’s Coffee: 27.7% off plus 5% off

Travel:
-American Airlines: 3.75% off plus 5% off
-Ritz-Carlton: 5% off plus 5% off
-Southwest: 3.25% off plus 5% off

Gas:
-Chevron Gas: 0.4% off plus 5% off
-Speedway: 4.92% off plus 5% off
-76: 3% off plus 5% off
-BP: 1% off plus 5% off
-Conoco: 3% off plus 5% off
-ExxonMobil: 2.5% off plus 5% off
-Shell: 0.8% off plus 5% off
-Sunoco: 0.8% off plus 5% off

You can also sell your Gift Cards for cash here.

Post what deals you find!

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Lenovo 21.5″ IPS HD LED Monitor For $79.99 Shipped Via eBay Daily Deals

Update: Sold out!


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Lenovo 21.5″ IPS HD LED Monitor For $79.99 Shipped Via eBay Daily Deals

This has 4.5 star ratings on Amazon.

-Borderless Full HD – Outstanding display with no border.
-IPS Technology – Stunning visuals even at wide viewing angles.
-Aluminum Stand – Premium design and easy to remove for VESA mounting.
-Panel Size – 21.5″ (1920 x 1080)

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Free 8×10 Photo Print From Walgreens Stores

Free 8×10 Photo Print From Walgreens Stores
Create or login to your account, upload a photo, and use the following code to make an 8×10 print free: FREEDEAL731

You can pick it up in any Walgreens store for free or ship it to your home for 99 cents.

HT: B.D.Da’ehu, via DDF

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Join The Chicago Chesed Fund Raffle And Win A Private Jet Membership, A Tesla, Or $50,000 Cash!

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This year the Chicago Chesed Fund is raffling the ultimate travel luxury in the sky, your own Private Jet Membership worth $65,000, to the already incredible prize list! Imagine that, fly anywhere anytime. Or a Tesla Model S, 3, or X valued at $83,000, the all-electric luxury sedan of your dreams! Or choose $50,000 cash.

The drawing will be held on Labor Day 9/5. But hurry: A maximum of 3,999 tickets will be sold. The more tickets you buy, the better your odds of winning will be, so be sure to ENTER NOW!

Joining the raffle gives you the chance to own a dream car or jet membership, but more importantly, it earns you a share in the foundation’s vital mission: Helping local families in need with discretion, dignity, and respect.

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Save Up To 40% On Baby Jogger Strollers From Pishposh Baby

Save Up To 40% On Baby Jogger Strollers From Pishposh Baby

Sample deals:

-Baby Jogger City Mini Stroller: $155.99
This has 4.7 star ratings on Amazon.


-Baby Jogger City Mini GT Stroller: $215.99
This has 4.6 star ratings on Amazon.


-Baby Jogger Summit X3 Stroller: $257.99
This has 4.5 star ratings on Amazon.


-Baby Jogger City Select Single: $317.99
This has 4.5 star ratings on Amazon.


-Baby Jogger City Select Double: $419.40
This has 4.5 star ratings on Amazon.


-Baby Jogger Summit x3 Double: $389.99
This has 4.7 star ratings on Amazon.

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6 Boxes Of Fiber One Cereal For $11.94 From Amazon

6 Boxes Of Fiber One Cereal For $11.94 From Amazon

This was selling for $29.94 yesterday and is the lowest price from Amazon in 3 years.

-OU-Parve
-Original bran cereal
-57% daily value of fiber (14 grams per serving)
-More whole grain than any other ingredient – 13 grams per serving (At least 48 grams recommended daily)
-Good source of calcium (10% daily value)

Free shipping with $49+ orders or get free 2nd day shipping on all orders with a free trial of Amazon Prime. A prime trial is also free with Amazon Family (which also gets you 20% off diapers among other benefits) or Amazon Student.

HT: mileagejunkie, via DDF

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Do You Love Or Hate The New United Award Calendar?

United and I have had our issues with their award calendar. When they launched their new site they decided to exclude the ability to limit award searches to nonstop award flights only.

I beta tested their site and provided feedback and blogged about my disappointment. Later I campaigned to get United to reconsider and bring back that functionality. And to their credit, they did indeed bring it back.

United launched a new award calendar today and I’m not sure how I feel about it:

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The lines means there are saver coach awards, the dots mean there are saver business/first awards.

At first glance it seems to be harder to process than the old one. I think I’d rather see a color difference than lines and dots. But perhaps that’s just because I’m so used to using the old calendar:

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If you feel strongly about it either way then be sure to provide your feedback. There is a site feedback button on the right side of United.com where you can provide instant feedback on any page of the site.

 

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Fisher-Price My Little Snugabunny Deluxe Newborn Rock ‘n Play Sleeper For $38.99 From Amazon

Fisher-Price My Little Snugabunny Deluxe Newborn Rock ‘n Play Sleeper For $38.99 From Amazon

Clip the $10 coupon on the product page.

This was selling for $69.99 earlier this week and is now the lowest price ever from Amazon, it has 4.6 star ratings.

-Comfy incline helps baby sleep
-Compact fold for portability & storage
-Switch on calming vibrations to soothe baby
-Rocks with a gentle push
-Sleeper & playtime seat in one

HT: ben89, via DDF

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Fisher-Price SpaceSaver High Chair For $33 From Amazon

Fisher-Price SpaceSaver High Chair For $33 From Amazon

This was selling for $49.97 earlier this week and is now the lowest price ever from Amazon, and it has fantastic 4.8 star ratings.

-All the features of a full size high chair in half the space
-Straps easily and securely to most kitchen, dining and restaurant chairs
-Height and tummy adjustments, plus a recline feature – for growing babies from infant to toddler
-Removable seat back and tray (for toddler booster seat)
-Dishwasher safe feeding tray insert

Free shipping with $49+ orders or get free 2nd day shipping on all orders with a free trial of Amazon Prime. A prime trial is also free with Amazon Family (which also gets you 20% off diapers among other benefits) or Amazon Student.

HT: mileagejunkie, via DDF

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Buy One Suit, Get One Free From Jos. A. Bank

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Buy One Suit Get One Free From Jos. A. Bank

Dress shirts on sale from $14.99.

Receive free shipping on $50+ orders.

All suits below are $249/suit when you purchase 2 at a time:
-Executive 2-Button Traditional Fit 100% Wool Suit With Plain Front Trousers
-Executive 2-Button 100% Wool Suit with Plain Front Trousers
-Executive 2-Button 100% Wool Suit with Pleat Front Trousers

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Nespresso Inissia Espresso Maker For $69.76 From Amazon After $40 Price Drop

Update: DEAD!


Nespresso Inissia Espresso Maker For $69.76 From Amazon After $40 Price Drop

This was selling for $109.99 earlier today and is now a record low price from Amazon. It has great 4.5 star reviews.

All Nespresso branded pods are kosher parve:
2016 Nespresso Pods Kosher Certificate (Year-Round and Passover)

2016 Nespresso Pods Kosher Certificate 2 (Year-round use only)

HT: mileagejunkie, via DDF

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Fly Nonstop From JFK To Milan For $450 Round-Trip

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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.


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

-Also Bookable on Orbitz. Orbitz tickets are refundable until 11pm ET tomorrow.

-This fare is valid on Alitalia, American, Delta, and Emirates.

-A 7 night minimum stay is required, which will give you time to check out Rome and Venice as well.

-There is a 6 month maximum stay.

-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.

-All flight dates listed below are nonstop.

Valid JFK-Milan $450 dates:
August 15, 16, 17
September 4, 5, 11, 12, 13, 18, 19, 20, 21, 25, 26, 27, 28
October 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 11, 12, 16, 17, 18, 19, 23, 24, 25, 26, 30, 31
November 1, 2, 6, 7, 8, 9, 13, 14, 15, 16, 20, 21, 22, 23, 27, 28, 29, 30
December 4, 5, 6, 7, 11, 12, 13, 14, 18,
January 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 9, 10, 11, 15, 16, 17, 18, 22, 23, 24, 25, 29, 30, 31
February 1, 5, 6, 7, 8, 12, 13, 14, 15, 19, 20, 21, 22, 26, 27, 28
March 1, 5, 6, 7, 8, 12, 13, 14, 15, 19, 20, 21, 22, 26, 27, 28, 29
April 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 23, 24, 25, 30
May 1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 9, 10, 14, 15, 16, 17, 21, 22, 23, 24,

Valid Milan-JFK $450 dates:
August 24, 25, 26, 30, 31
September 1, 2, 6, 7, 8, 9, 13, 14, 15, 16, 20, 21, 22, 23, 27, 28, 29, 30
October 4, 5, 6, 7, 11, 12, 13, 14, 18, 19, 20, 21, 25, 26, 27, 28
November 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 9, 10, 11, 15, 16, 17, 18, 22, 23, 24, 25, 29, 30
December 1, 2, 6, 8, 9, 13, 14, 15, 16, 20, 21, 22, 23, 27, 28, 30
January 11, 12, 13, 17, 18, 19, 20, 24, 25, 26, 27, 31
February 1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 9, 10, 14, 15, 16, 17, 21, 22, 23, 24, 28
March 1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 9, 10, 14, 15, 16, 17, 21, 22, 23, 24, 28, 30
April 4, 5, 6, 7, 11, 12, 13, 14, 26, 27, 28
May 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 11, 12, 16, 17, 18, 19, 23, 24, 25, 26, 30, 31

HT: Yaalili, via DDF

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2 Zero Gravity Chairs For $48.99 Shipped From Rakuten

2 Zero Gravity Chairs For $48.99 Shipped From Rakuten

On the final checkout page enter $6 off code: CHAIR6

Login and use the following code to receive 5% back on tech purchases with Rakuten Super Points: REWARDME 

-Adjustable and removable padded headrest guarantee your comfort, you can regard it as a lumbar support pillow
-Brand New And High Quality,Powder-coated steel construction resists rust and wear
-Collapsible Steel Frame Makes It Easy To Transport And Stow
-Multiple Reclining Positions For Customizable Comfort
-Video Features Open And Folds In Seconds

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Buy A Samsung Or LG TV From $169.99 And Get A $100-$300 Dell Gift Card, Plus Save More With AMEX Offers!

Save more: Check your AMEX account to see if you have a $50 off $299 with AMEX Offers! The 40″ Samsung LED will be just $249.99 after the $50 AMEX Offers savings and you’ll get a $100 Dell eGift Card as well!


LG:
-LG 32″ 720p TV: $169.99 and get a $100 Dell eGift Card
Sells for $159 from Amazon.


-LG 43″ 1080p TV: $349.99 and get a $150 Dell eGift Card
Sells for $346.99 from Amazon.


-LG 49″ 4K TV: $599.99 and get a $200 Dell eGift Card
Sells for $597.99 from Amazon.


-LG 55″ 4K TV: $699.99 and get a $150 Dell eGift Card
Sells for $799.99 from Amazon.


Samsung:
-Samsung 40″ 1080p TV: $299.99 and get a $100 Dell eGift Card
Sells for $297.99 from Amazon.


-Samsung 55″ 4K TV: $899.99 and get a $300 Dell eGift Card
Sells for $897.99 from Amazon.


-Samsung 60″ 1080p TV: $699.99 and get a $250 Dell eGift Card
Sells for $679.99 from Amazon.

Add the LED to your cart and the eGift card will be added automatically.

You can use these as a TV or computer monitor.

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

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

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Freedom Q3 Bonus Spending Now Live, Plus A 10x Freedom+Freedom Unlimited Category Announced!

Update: The 10 points per dollar for car rentals and hotels ends 7/31. It can take a couple of days for charges to post, so take advantage of it now rather than waiting for Sunday. 


Originally posted on 7/1:

Chase Freedom Visa

You can click here to activate this quarter’s Chase Freedom 5% categories.

For Q3 you can earn 5 points per dollar on up to $1,500 in spending at restaurants (which includes caterers, cafes, etc) and at wholesale clubs like BJs, Costco, and Sam’s Club. That’s 7,500 potential points this quarter.

Gas stations at these clubs won’t earn 5 points per dollar, but you can buy gift cards from the clubs that will earn 5 points per dollar and then use the gift cards to pay for gas. For example you can buy Costco Cash cards online to earn 5 points per dollar that are useable online, in-store, or at Costco gas stations.

Additionally you can earn 10 points per dollar on up to $2,500 in spending on hotels and car rentals that are booked through Chase on your Freedom card. This 10x promotion also applies to the Freedom Unlimited card. You must use cash and not redeem points for the hotel stay or car rental in order to earn 10 points per dollar. This 10x promotion is only valid for travel booked in July, though travel can take place at any time. That’s another 25,000 potential points this quarter.

Chase Freedom is an excellent no annual fee card thanks to its quarterly 5% categories. While they call it 5% cash back, you’ll really get 5 Ultimate Rewards points per dollar spent which can be worth much more than 5% cash. For $1,500 in spending per quarter you will earn at least 30,000 Ultimate Rewards points over the course of a year (7,500 points per quarter at 5 points per dollar spent).

While Chase Freedom is a great card for the bonus categories, it’s not a great card for everyday spending. However the brand new Chase Freedom Unlimited card is excellent for everyday spending.

2016 Chase Freedom bonus categories:
Q1: Gas stations and local commuter transportation
Q2: Grocery stores and wholesale clubs like BJs, Costco, and Sams Club.
Q3: Restaurants and wholesale clubs.
Q4: Wholesale clubs, Holiday shopping (Likely Amazon.com) and more to be announced.

Freedom alone can’t transfer points into much more lucrative airline or hotel miles, but if you or your spouse has a Sapphire Preferred or Ink Plus card then you can transfer points from Freedom to one of those cards and from there to your favorite travel currency. You can read at the end of this postwhich currencies they can transfer to and why those points are much more valuable than just taking cash back. The Freedom card can also keep your points alive for free if you do close one of those cards.

The value of the points will be based on where you use them, but if you use those points for a trip worth where they are worth 2 cents each then you’ll have effectively earned 10% back on those “5 point categories.” The sky is the limit of the value of airline miles as they aren’t tied to the cost of a ticket. That’s good for people in the know and bad for those who are not. 1 mile can be worth 0.25 cents or it can be worth 25 cents, it all just depends on how you use them!

HT: coralsnake, via DDF

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Save 30% Off Ecco Sale Styles, Men’s Dress Shoes From $69.99 With Free Shipping And Return Shipping

Update: This sale ends tonight!


Originally posted 7/26.

Ecco Sale Styles Linky

30% will be automatically discounted in your cart. Shipping is free sitewide until July 28.

Return shipping is free if you opt into the free Ecco Loyalty Club.

Sample deals:
-Ecco Men’s Calgary Sneaker (Blue/Orange): $66.49
-Ecco Edinburgh Buckle Slip On (Black): $69.99
-Ecco Edinburgh Bike Slip On (Black): $69.99
-Ecco Edinburgh Perf Toe Tie (Black+Brown): $69.99
-Ecco Hybrid Moc Bit (Navy): $76.99
-Ecco Helsinki Bike Toe Tie (Brown): $83.99

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Clorox ToiletWand Disposable Toilet Cleaning System With 6 Refills For $3.24-$3.74 Shipped Via Subscribe And Save

Update: DEAD!


Clorox ToiletWand Disposable Toilet Cleaning System With 6 Refills For $3.24-$3.74 Shipped Via Subscribe And Save

-Clip the one time use $1 off coupon on the product page.

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

-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 $3.74. If you subscribe to 5+ items then the price drops to $3.24. 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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2 Days Only: End Of Month Blowout From Leasing Direct!

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2 Days only: Offer expires 7/29! Must mention DansDeals for this price.

2016 Jeep Compass High Altitude (Click here to view all specifications of the car)

Only $179 per month including NY tax!
-36 month lease 10,000 miles per year.
-Leather seats
-AWD
-Power driver seat
-Remote start
-Bluetooth
-Alloy wheels
-Add Navigation with 6.5″ touch screen and rearview camera for only $20 more per month.

-Requires lease conquest to qualify: You must have a lease of any non Chrysler brand vehicle in your household, you do not need to return the non Chrysler brand vehicle to qualify.

Due at signing: 1st month + $695 Bank fee + DMV fee. Available for NY and NJ residents only.

With Leasing Direct, the price you see is the price you pay! Our advertised prices include NY sales tax!
Call us today at 718-493-0600 or click here for more specials.

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Signup For Google Express And Get $15 Off $15, 6 Months Free, And Save More With AMEX Offers For Delivery From Costco, Whole Foods, And More Stores!

Step 1: Click on this Google Express referral link you’ll get $15 off $15. Just click to redeem the $15 code that will be in your account at checkout or use code: J654NK3HH

There is normally a free 3 month trial that you can cancel at any point. At the end of the trial you will be moved onto a $95 annual unlimited use membership plan or you can cancel and pay a $4.99 per delivery fee with no membership fee. The membership includes a free additional member as well.

Step 2: If you signup for a membership via link by 8/1 and select a school PTA to support you’ll get a 6 month free membership.

Google Express is pretty awesome. They deliver items from Costco, Walgreens, Whole Foods, and more stores right to your door for the same cost as in-store. If Costco has a coupon for an item, like $3.60 off Kleenex as they do now, you’ll also get that coupon price.

You do need a Costco membership to order from Costco at regular prices and perishables are only available in select areas. You can now also order from Costco stores without a membership, but you’ll pay a 15% premium.

Here is a link to current locations that have Google Express.

Login online to check your AMEX offers and see if you are targeted for an additional $15 off $30 at Google Express. This offer expires this Sunday, 7/31.

All of my personal primary and secondary cards had the offer and I saved the offer to each of my cards by having each card open to the offer in a different tab in Firefox, which I find works best. You can also register additional user cards on your primary login or on their own login to enroll them in this offer as well.

For new users a $45 order will be just $15 if they redeem the $15 signup credit and have an AMEX Offer. It’s hard to beat 50% or 67% off at Costco!

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Smartphone Armband And $1 Amazon eBook Or Video Credit For $0.25 Shipped With Amazon Prime!

Update: DEAD!


Smartphone Armband Linky

Use code: VA26YHVS

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 $1 Amazon eBooks, digital music and videos Credit. The credit posts after your items ships.

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

Perfumania Sale Linky

Until tomorrow you can stack all of these offers:
-25% off with code: STACK25
-Free shipping with no minimum purchase required until 7/28.
-$10 off $50+ orders with code: STACK10
-A tote bag will be added to all $100+ orders for free.
-Receive free samples with every order with no code needed.

For example:

-The 6.7oz bottle of Acqua Di Gio By Giorgio Armani For Men from Macy’s is $115.
The price on Perfumania with the 25% off discount and the $10 off code the price comes down to $55.47 shipped.

-The 3.3oz/100ML bottle of BURBERRY Brit Sheer for Her Eau de Toilette from Macy’s is $92.
The price from Perfumania with the 25% off discount is $42.88 shipped or buy 2 to use the $10 off $50 code to drop the price to $37.88 each.

Post what deals you find!

HT: ben89, via DDF

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Amazon Prime Members: Dual-Burner Outdoor Propane Frying Cart For Just $39.76 After $95 Price Drop!

Update: DEAD!


Amazon Prime Members: Dual-Burner Outdoor Propane Frying Cart For Just $39.76 After $95 Price Drop!

This was selling for $134.09 yesterday and is now the lowest price ever from Amazon.

-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.

-30″ Portable outdoor cooker cart set
-Dual 54,000 BTU propane cast burners
-Aluminum fry pan with single basket
-Aluminum fry pan with dual baskets
-Wheels for ease of mobility
-Portable outdoor propane cart with 2 54,000-BTU cast burners
-2 aluminum fry pans; 3 frying baskets; heat-resistant handles

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The S. Regis Maldives May Be The Best SPG Redemption Of All Time!

Update, 8/9: The price for the overwater villa is now 90K points per night and the price for the beach villa is now 120K points per night.


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-You can earn Starpoints on the Starwood Preferred Guest® Credit Card from American Express and on the Starwood Preferred Guest® Business Credit Card from American Express.
-Earn 2,500 Bonus Starpoints For Adding An Additional User Onto Your Starwood Consumer Card
Getting To Israel Using Starwood Starpoints, 2016 Edition
Starwood’s 35th Transfer Partner Increases The Value Of Your Starpoints; Fly Roundtrip JFK-Los Angeles For Less Than 10K Or JFK-Europe For Less Than 20K SPG!


The S. Regis Maldives is a Starwood category 7 that opens on November 1st. Their photo gallery can be found here:

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Overwater villas cost more than $2,000 each at the property and all rooms have plunge pools. They’re not walled in like the completely private pool we had at the Le Meridien Khao Lak in 2010 as people can swim or snorkel by your villa in the Maldives, but I did enjoy the plunge pool at the W Maldives. I just wish it was kid-free and had glass bottom floors like the W 🙂

Note that it typically takes more than 24 hours to fly from the USA until you reach a resort in Maldives as you need to connect somewhere to reach Male (MLE) and then you’ll need to wait for a seaplane to bring you from the Male airport to your resort. That seaplane will also set you back some $700 with tax per person on top of your tickets to Male. You’re also limited to just 50 pounds per person including carry-on and checkin items and will pay a whopping $5/pound for excess baggage. It’s an exhausting and expensive trip, but the water is truly stunning there and the isolation and relaxation is impossible to describe.

Airlines serving Male include Aeroflot (3 days/week from SVO), Austrian (2 days/week seasonally from VIE), British Airways (3 days/week seasonably from LGW), Cathay Pacific (4 days/week from HKG), Emirates (daily from DXB), Etihad (daily from AUH), Qatar (daily from DOH), Singapore (daily from SIN), and Turkish (daily from Istanbul).

DDF member beastieb points out that using points at the S. Regis Maldives are quite a bargain.

I chatted with SPG, confirmed their point rate structure, and booked a stay:
Garden villa: 31.5K/night or 25.2K/night on a 5 night stay.
Overwater villa: 32.5K/night or 26K/night on a 5 night stay.
Beach villa: 60K/night or 48K/night on a 5 night stay.
Sunset overwater villa: 75K/night or 60K/night on a 5 night stay.
Overwater St Regis Suite: 90K/night or 72K/night on a 5 night stay.
2BR Family villa: 120K/night or 96K/night on a 5 night stay.

That can easily be a value of over 9 cents per Starpoint depending on your dates!

This hotel must be booked over the phone or via SPG chat.

Rooms at other Starwood category 7 properties are typically many times those rates as SPG allows hotels that only have suites to charge far more points than the standard award chart. According to SPG those hotels include the “St. Regis Resort Bora Bora, and Le Méridien Bora Bora, Bora Bora, French Polynesia; W Maldives, Maldives; Sunset Key Guest Cottages, A Westin Resort, Key West, Florida; Mystique, Santorini, Greece; Pine Cliff Residences, Albuferia, Portugal; and Cala Di Volpe, Hotel Pitrizza, and Hotel Romazzino, Porto Cervo, Italy.”

I’d imagine that the S. Regis Maldives will eventually be added to that list, but perhaps we’ll get lucky and it will stay a bargain.

Of course this could all be a mistake and they might cancel reservations, so don’t book non-refundable airfare quite yet…

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