Tel Aviv: $561
Hurry, these won’t last long!
SlickDeals’ mommystop shares this deal for BOGO + 30% off at Payless Shoesource:
I got the Sundance Strappy Wedge Sandals (Regular $26.99) for $12
Added the Women’s Tide Tubular Wedge (Regular $22.99) for $10
Automatically takes half off second pair. $17 total Add coupon code of 53833 which takes another 30% off and total before taxes is $11.90 shipped for free to a Payless Shoe Store.
That’s $50 worth of sandals for $11.90
Coupon works in Store too.
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1SaleADay has refurbished hi-def Logitech C270 USB webcams for $15 shipped. That’s a great deal! I’ve been researching external webcams recently because I’ve needed to get some for old laptops. There’s a gap between nasty quality super-cheap ones and really high-quality (nearly camcorder quality) ones. This fills that middle position with decent quality and decent price (and clip to top of laptop screen ability).
RewardsGold (excellent company!) is back (previous offer) with a free 6 month mail home delivery subscription to the Wall Street Journal in exchange for filling out a very brief survey!
One of the survey questions is to describe your favorite wallet. That reminded me that I’ve been wanting to tell y’all about my favorite wallet. It’s the All-Et World’s Thinnest Wallet. I LOVE it! I used to HATE carrying my wallet since it was so absurdly bulky. Of course, I have tons of credit cards, loyalty cards, and all sort of money saving devices in my wallet (25 to be exact, but with room for more!), just as you should! This World’s Thinnest Wallet lives up to its name. And it doesn’t get its thinness by scrimping on storage space. It holds more cards than my old wallet! It’s really amazing. I think I would pay double what they’re charging for this thing. It’s $20. It’s made of indestructible canvas of some sort.
The Wall Street Journal. is an American English-language international daily newspaper. It is published in New York City by Dow Jones & Company, a division of News Corporation, along with the Asian and European editions of the Journal.
The Journal is the largest newspaper in the United States, by circulation. According to the Audit Bureau of Circulations, it has a circulation of 2.1 million copies (including 400,000 online paid subscriptions), as of March 2010, compared to USA Today’s 1.8 million. Its main rival, in the business newspaper sector, is the London-based Financial Times, which also publishes several international editions. However, in terms of circulation, India’s The Economic Times is the second most circulated business daily, after the Journal.
The Journal primarily covers American economic and international business topics, and financial news and issues. Its name derives from Wall Street, located in New York City, which is the heart of the financial district; it has been printed continuously since its inception on July 8, 1889, by Charles Dow, Edward Jones, and Charles Bergstresser. The newspaper version has won the Pulitzer Prize thirty-three times, including 2007 prizes for its reporting on backdated stock options and the adverse effects of China’s booming economy.
Hat tip to user Tenacious on FlyerTalk.
Wow! When it rains it pours! There are some insane deals that I have for you guys today. The ones that have a ** in front are ones that I’ve taken advantage of personally or am just getting ready to take advantage of.
Lenovo Y460p 14″ Intel 2 Ghz Quad-Core i7 2630QM laptop (8 GB RAM) including 3 year accidental damage for $918 shipped/taxed
This is a powerful, powerful laptop. If you need a computer that can crunch through humongous DSLR RAW files or encode video and do it in a portable lightweight package, this is the computer for you. I was shocked to discover that this new Sandy Bridge Intel laptop chip (Intel’s newest, most amazing chip architecture) gives 2/3 of the results (in benchmarks) of my brand-new desktop computer that has an Intel i7 2600K 3.4 Ghz quad-core (also Sandy Bridge)! Wow! Plus this little laptop has 8 GB of RAM!
This was such a good deal, I bought this laptop about a week ago for $830 ($865 minus 4% BigCrumbs cashback) shipped including taxes. But then, this an even better deal came out, so I returned the unopened box and ordered another (they waived the 15% restocking fee since I was ordering a replacement). Amex is running a Facebook promotion called Link, Like, Love that gives discounts on various retailers. One of them is $150 off a $999+ purchase at Lenovo! If you add on the 3 year accidental damage plan for $230 it pushes it above $999 and you get an extra $150 off. With the additional taxes on the full $230, that means the accidental damage ends up costing you about $90 or $30/year! That’s an amazing bargain!
Make sure you use BigCrumbs to get an additional 4% cashback and enter coupon code USPY429721 to get that $500 off that gets you to the prices mentioned above. (Hat tip to Dan’s Deals for discovering this amazing deal!)
To find dates that work for the above airfare deal, follow these steps:
I run into friends all the time that lament that they can’t travel the world for free because they don’t have a credit history and thus get denied for the big-bonus cards that I encourage them to get. The solution is to get an an entry-level card that you can get approved for, start putting all your purchases on it, pay on time, and start building credit history.
I have two recommendations.
Public Savings Bank Open Sky Secured VISA
The first is a guaranteed-approval (no credit check), secured credit card that requires you to put down a deposit equal to your credit limit. This card also reports your on-time payments to all three credit bureaus, building your credit. However, it has a $50 annual fee.
Capital One Cash Rewards for Newcomers
The second is for people who do have some limited credit, has no annual fee, gives 1% cashback (2% on travel), and of course reports to the credit agencies.
The second option is much preferable if you can get approved because it has no annual fee plus it gives 1% cashback. Thus I’d recommend applying for the Cap1 card first and if you get denied, settle for the PSB.
In either case, please don’t delay. Start building your credit today if you haven’t been. I milk my credit for $Ks of value each year and you’re leaving a lot of benefits on the table by not doing the same.
(Full disclosure: I get a small commission if you apply for the PSB card through the above link.)
In an effort to solicit new business, MyPublisher is offering this phenomenal deal of a free $20 gift card without any restrictions! Their prices look fantastic, starting at $2.49 for a mini-photobook (2.75″x3.5″) and going up to a deluxe hardcover at 11.5″x15″ for $60 with a medium sized 8.75″x11.25″ coming in at $30. (All prices are for a 20 page book.)
Get this gift certificate today! Today is the only day they’re offering it! After you get the certificate today, it expires 7/31/11.
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