Been a bit busy (and lazy) lately, but I am working on a few pieces and doing some research that, I hope, you might find useful. In the meantime, here are a few interesting deals you might find useful, too. How do I know? I personally find them interesting, and I am not a coupon clipper (not that there is anything wrong with it).
25% back in rewards on IN-STORE Staples purchases. Big Habitat calls it MOARC—the Mother of All Reward Coupons, and he’s probably right. Exclusions include (LOL) all the good stuff, meaning tech and gift cards, of course, but this is a really good coupon that you don’t see too often. Also Big Habitat has a link of a $10 free epromo code, check it out. Actually, all the offers in the pic below are quite good. Too bad, I just had my own shredding party last week, I could’ve lived with a little less dust. 🙁
4. Per Frequent Miler, “Officemax and Office Depot are giving $10 off the purchase of $150 or more in American Express gift cards”. I don’t have either store within a reasonable distance, so I don’t care, but I’ve gotta wonder: $150? Really? What’s next?
5. Per Doctor of Credit, you can get 4,000 new Copa Connect Miles just for filling out some stuff and then logging in and filling out some more stuff. I checked out the Copa program a while ago and wasn’t impressed at all. It’s a shitty program modeled on MileagePlus (which Copa had actually used before it came up with their own), and I’m absolutely not surprised they are not overwhelmed with new members. Having said that, Copa usually has a lot of availability to Central and South America, and don’t make any mistake: 4,000 miles for nothing is a really good bonus! Here is the direct link.
6. Citibank has increased the official bonus for its Hilton HHonor Card from 40,000 to 50,000 points. Of course, it’s not earth-shattering, because you’ve always been able to get a better offer via their ghost link that’s been around forever. But, I guess, it’s better for the piece of mind when WYSIWYG.
7. In conclusion, allow me to give an HT to myself. Don’t forget there are plenty of free miles and points out there just for the asking. Grab what you can, as you never know when you might need them.
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