In reading the fine print on this offer, it looks like the $2 GC is for any Coke product purchased on Amazon. Anyone know if this is truly limited to Coke purchases or can it be used for anything on the site?
It’s just a regular $2 gift card that you can redeem to your account and gift card balance.
Alternate email promo: Get 10% off for the REDcard Anniversary Celebration!
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Gift cards and tax not included in determining purchase total.
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makes me think this was sent to select customers who were receiving this offer for a certain reason (Credit Card info compromised, etc).
This is not intended for the general public/deal boards IMO.
This is offered by Delta airlines for a data breach they had. It is intended for any past Delta or Delta affiliate (Credit card, feeder airline, etc.) customer. They are NOT checking
This offer is just like all the other free crdit card monitoring offers, only thia offer is better.
Test drove yesterday and got my Visa card information (card# and CVV) online the same day. Just FYI, if you want a physical Visa giftcard they are charging a $3 service fee, so you only get $37 on the card. Next time I think I’ll go with an Amazon reward. If I’m going to be forced to spend it online (without getting nickle and dimed on service fees), then I think that would have been the better choice.
For those interested in purchasing Wusthof for decent prices, I recommend EverSharp.
It is a family-owned store and I think they are the only Wusthof outlet-approved store in the U.S.
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Why would anyone pay to give their DNA to anyone ?
For me personally it was for the health portion, my son has an incurable immunology disease that no one else in either family has ever had. I spotted an ad by 23&Me looking for people like him and he was able to do his for free. Then I became curious about mine and my parents (both elderly, so gotta do that now or lose out) health concerns, the genealogy portion is a fun side thing for us.
I have a friend from from school days that was adopted, she did one of these tests to see if she could find relatives - she did! It’s been fun seeing her find her family this past year (1 full sibling, several 1/2 siblings), her birth father passed but she was able to meet her birth mother (adopted mother has passed). While there doesn’t seem to be a connection with her birth mom, she is wonderfully discovering her sisters and they enjoy visiting each other.
@lawomaniam1 In time, your son may actually thank you for giving him those pink tools. He’ll find far fewer instances of his friends wanting to borrow them. Plus, they stand out clearly when you’re looking for them.
Just came to know about this plan.
Wonder why this has not become popular?
Apparently LG X Charge from Xfinity should work after unlock.
This also has Global roaming for free at 2G.
You can also transfer the service to a different phone which is not in the list.
Here’s how bad RoundUp can be… I asked my husband to buy some Marsh Hay (no seed heads) to cover my strawberry bed garden for the winter. Instead, he brought home “ditch straw” that a friend of his cut from his hobby farm. That ditch straw received years of overspray from the farm fields and became immune to RoundUp and all other weed killer (general use and farm use).
The ditch straw that my idiot-husband put in my garden completely ruined it. It is a raised garden bed that had been filled with a clean, weed-free garden soil and was basically weed free for over 10 years. That ditch straw seeded itself, we could not get rid of it by any means… pulling it, various types of weed killer, the vinegar/salt/dishsoap killed the leaves but not the roots. We even covered the garden in heavy black plastic for a year to try and bake it out. I battled those farkin’ weeds for over 5 years and they only multiplied every year.
We finally had to remove all the soil and haul in new soil.
My brother has had bee “colony collapse” twice with his bee hobby hives, the problem was his neighbor using RoundUp; once my brother talked to the neighbor and the RoundUp use was eliminated, he hasn’t had a problem the last three years.
My mother grew up on a farm (1940’s) and she raised me to be natural (“semi-organic”) as well. As a little girl in the summer, I took the nightly dishwater out to pour on the weeds growing in the cracks of the sidewalk or driveway. She gardened the same way her father farmed, very few chemicals were used. In my cheapness, the only chemicals I use in my garden is fertilizer.
This isn’t political, it’s using common sense. Think back to when you were growing up, there was a lot less “stuff” out there that now pretends to make our lives easier. I’ve been making a lot more items myself the last few years, including windshield washer fluid, washing machine detergent (powdered), glass cleaner, stinky shoe refresher balls, etc. I never set out to be a “granola cruncher” but when I saw how few cents it takes to make my own cleaners that work just as well as the $$ stuff, I don’t look at myself as “granola-y” but more as a smart consumer saving money and the environment.
Code “LOT18” worked online without issue. Selected “pay at restaurant,” arrived, purchased $30 gift card with AmEx offer and paid with that. Great deal.
Curious, what did you get/recommend there? Pizza any good? most of the better entrees are up in the $20 range so, 2 entrees and a salad or appy gets you pretty close to or at $50.
I’ve never eaten there before. I picked up the lasagna, shrimp scampi and chicken parmesean (put me just over the $50 threshold for the coupon.) Great deal for a net of slightly under $20 plus tip. I’ve only eaten the chicken parm, but I definitely recommend it. VERY large portion of chicken, well prepared and quite good. Surprisingly, I would rank it over Carrabba’s. Sorry I couldn’t provide more of an assist for menu choices.
Edit: In the interest of science, I decided to heat up the lasagna. I’m not sure I would order this again. Portion size OK, it’s pretty tall so there was actually more there than it initially appeared. It was quite hearty in terms of meat…beef and sausage. Flavor was just OK and somewhat reminiscent of some frozen lasagnas I’ve had in the past. A bit of a disappointment when compared to the chicken parm.
Please note that if you want one-piece, “frameless”, or “beam”-style blades, you need to choose "Select Perform". The "Balance" model looks like a beam blade, and is marketed as a “hybrid”, which “combines traditional wiper blade and beam wiper blade elements”.
I guess that’s true, in that it looks like a beam blade from five feet away, but is physically a traditional blade, with plenty of joints, hinges, and gaps for snow and ice to pack into.
If anyone is curious, Windex blades are manufactured in China under license from S.C. Johnson, Inc., by Winplus North America, Inc.
Also YMMV $10 off $75 at Home Improvement stores Lowes and Home Depot exp 6/20/18 activation required. It has been over a year since the offers at AMEX were worth anything - now 3 offers finally worth my time all at once and only on one of my 3 AMEX cards.
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This is crazy! It’s like Sears is acting a bookie taking bets on their own demise!
I guess their points-back promotion linked to the dynamic and burgeoning magazine subscription business didn’t quite do the trick…