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Some hot deals around the ‘net

As today is Amazon Prime Day, retailers from A to Z are doing their best to steal your attention away (see what I did there?). Here is a collection of some of the deals — both on Amazon and around the web — going on today. Note that I have not done extensive research on these, they were just deals that caught my eye and I thought readers may find useful. Most of these came from watching Slickdeals…

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Deal: Buy $25 Amazon GC, get $5 bonus

As one of its Prime Day specials, Amazon is offering a $5 bonus gift credit if you buy a $25 Amazon Gift Card. This is limited to Amazon Prime members — see this post for information on signing up for a free trial if you haven’t yet done so to take advantage of today’s deals. The Deal Buy $25 in Amazon Gift Cards, get a $5 promo credit Deal is good today only (7-11-17) until 11:59pm PT or while supplies last Direct…

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$5 off $15 at Amazon books

Amazon is offering $5 off of $15 or more on the purchase of books for Amazon Prime Day. The Deal $5 off $15 or more in book purchases with promo code PRIMEBOOKS17 Direct link to Amazon books department Key Terms direct from Amazon Offer expires at 11:59 p.m. (PT) July 12, 2017. Offer only applies to products sold by Amazon.com (look for “sold by Amazon.com” on the product detail page). Products sold by third-party sellers or other Amazon entities will…

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$30 off $60 at Amazon for $0.01 in points

As has been reported by Doctor of Credit and others, Amazon is offering $30 off of $60 when you pay at least $0.01 toward your order in Membership Rewards points. The Deal Get $30 off of $60 or more at Amazon by paying at least $0.01 of your order with Membership Rewards points and using promotion code AMEX17PRIME Direct link to offer Key Details Only valid on items shipped and sold by Amazon Must use your Membership Rewards-earning card to…

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Extreme Stacking Amazon.com [New]

By extreme stacking Amazon.com it’s possible to earn up to 9X rewards plus fuel rewards with a 15% discount, or up to 4X rewards with a 32% discount. Here’s how… JetBlue makes it easy to earn bonus points for all Amazon purchases. As long as you start your Amazon shopping from the JetBlue site, you’ll earn 3 points per dollar. Sadly, they no longer offer 3X points when buying Amazon.com gift cards, but there are…

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JetBlue no longer offers 3X for buying Amazon.com gift cards

JetBlue offers 3X points for starting at their site and clicking through to make purchases at Amazon.com.  That still works for most purchases, but apparently will no longer work for buying Amazon.com gift cards. As reported by Doctor of Credit, JetBlue has added Amazon Gift Cards as a new exclusion to their list of exclusions: I’ve added notes about this change to my Extreme Stacking Amazon.com post and will publish a revised version soon. For…

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Extreme Stacking Amazon.com: Points and Huge Discounts

Please find an updated version of this post here: Extreme Stacking Amazon.com [New] It’s possible to earn up to 11X rewards with a 15% discount, or up to 4X rewards with a 32% discount at Amazon.com.  Here’s how… I don’t know about you, but I shop with Amazon all the time.  It’s just so darn convenient.  Until recently, though, not much was happening with Amazon and online shopping portals.  Sure, many cash back portals advertise…

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The best credit cards for restaurants, Amazon.com, and movies

best credit cards for restaurants

The Citi Forward card currently offers 5X Citi ThankYou points per dollar on restaurants, music, movies, and books.  As of June 4th 2016, though, the bonus will go down to 2X points per dollar in those categories.  I had previously used my Forward card as my single go-to card for restaurants, Amazon.com purchases (which qualify as bookstore purchases), and movie theaters.  Now, starting June 4th, those of us who previously relied on the Forward card…

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Amazon Local Register joins Square and shuts me down

In some of the earliest posts on this blog in 2011, I wrote about the best ways of manufacturing spend through the use of Square.  Square is a device that connects to your smartphone or tablet and lets you accept credit card payments for a flat 2.75% fee.  While this isn’t cheap, it can make sense for people trying to meet minimum spend requirements.  And, it can be a really good deal for those buying…

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