First tablet I ever bought was a Hisense Sero 7 pro from WalMart. I believe they were the exclusive vendor for the product and sort of equated Hisense with WalMart like Insignia with Best Buy. Worked great until one day it wouldn’t power up. Still have it and will explore further at some point (already checked battery).
Today is Thursday, March 14th, and the CO51 offers have reset and the $3/1 BIC Silky Touch Disposable Razor coupon us now available again. If you are planning to do this deal I would do it sooner than later as I am sure the available redemptions will go fast.
I know this deal excludes gift card purchases in the terms, but has anyone tried to use it by buying a gift card. I think I will try and see if it works and I will report back later. No big loss. I shop at Rite Aid all the time so I could easily use a $40 Rite Aid gift card up even if I didn’t get the $4 cashback. Ideally it would be nice to wait and use it on some freebies and MMs, but lately at Rite Aid the deals haven’t been so plentiful and finding enough deals to meet a $40 purchase requirement may be more wishful thinking than reality. What month was it last year when Rite Aid had all those cough and cold medicines free after Plenti points? I wonder if they will do that in April?
Well, I took one for the team and just bought 4 $10 Rite Aid gift cards in one transaction. The reason for that is in CA I can cash out a gift card that has $9.99 or less on it, so after any purchase I can cash out… When I got home I went online to Bank of America and saw my Rite Aid offer shows the status as “processing”, so it looks likely I will get the $4 cashback, but it takes about a month before it gets deposited in my checking account.
Plus t earned me 40 Wellness points. I have already used and cashed out 3 of my $10 gift cards by doing the CO51 Newtons MM.
Good deal. You could even just order a dollar item and wash it down with a free soda. Good way to help use some of those e-gift cards Igot during Taco Bell’s Christmas deal.
@MrVietnam my favorite item on the $1 menu is the Fritos Beefy Burrito. They are quite satisfying, order one or two and a drink and you have lunch.
I’ve also been getting the free taco TMO Tues offer every week. Sometimes I’ll get the free taco, one Fritos and a free drink. My drink is always free because I do the senior drink. can’t order that on the app, I just tell them in the store I’m adding it manually to my mobile order and they hand me a cup.
@mistercheap I don’t post here very often because I don’t learn anything. Almost everything here is copied from somewhere else – very little original thought/scenarios.
Perhaps, but my MM post on the werther’s was my own discovery, didn’t copy that from anywhere.
Good for you.
I don’t copy & paste, I think about scenarios. I get frustrated when I see things I’ve figured out posted on other sites without giving me any credit. Copied to look like the plagiarizer thought of it themselves.
I do too, but @my4mainecoons being around deal boards for nearly 15 years, I just accept it’s the way it is. I’ve had plenty of my deals ripped and copied elsewhere but then again, I’ve copied my fair share too so it all evens out I suppose. If I have a personal relationship with the person who posted or it’s on the same deal site I’m sharing, I credit. Sometimes I blend one part of a deal (copied) with my own work added and I don’t credit all the time. I guess as long as people are saving money I’m happy. I’m not going to win any prizes for the most people mentioning ‘Mistercheap’ on deal boards all over the internet.
This is at their Smith’s Supermarkets, starting April 3. The swipe fees charged by Visa are too high, according to Kroger. Who knows if they’ll attempt to roll it out to their Kroger branded stores. I don’t use a CC for groceries or for most other purchases, but I have very rarely experienced an occasion when I forgot I was out of checks or didn’t have enough cash with me and ended up reluctantly using my no-reward-but-extremely-low-interest-rate CC, but I know a lot of people put everything they can on their CC in order to earn more rewards.
@MISTERCHEAP I don’t think that this is a freebie. It looks like you pay $4.49 each item (which is normally $5.99, but is on sale for $4.99).
Also, there is a $5 fee for Click List/pick-up orders (waived on your first 3 orders). The fee wouldn’t be bad, IMHO, if this were a 5x freebie though (ETA: especially since there are some other good Click List coupons right now).