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Ebags policy: no more combining gift cards

We’ve recently written a number of Quick Deals for various items at eBags.com (see: $109 for Bose QuietComfort 25 Noise-cancelling headphones; Tumi more than half off (some bags). One of the best ways to stack for savings at eBags has long been to use Amex Offers (or more recently Chase Offers or Chase Pay promotions) to buy multiple gift cards, later combining them via chat. Unfortunately, ebags has instituted a policy to no longer allow the combining…

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[Expired] $109 for Bose QuietComfort 25 Noise-cancelling headphones

We recently posted a popular deal for Bose QuietComfort 25 Acoustic Noise Cancelling Headphones. By stacking an Amex Offer on top of a good deal, you could have gotten them as cheaply as $154 before considering portal rewards. Today, with 25% cash back stacked with the Amex Offer (or Chase Offer), you might be able to get these as cheaply as $109. The Deal Stack 25% cash back (from TopCashBack) + Amex Offer for $25 back on $125 or more for nice…

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[Expired] Tumi more than half off (some bags)

TopCashBack is offering 25% cash back at eBags today. That payout is great — and it pairs nicely with both the eBags Amex Offer, the Chase Marriott/Slate Offer, and the current 25% off sale on Tumi luggage. Of course, you’re not limited to Tumi luggage — you could get a great deal on a wide range of items at eBags. Quick Example You can, of course, buy anything you’d like and stack a nice savings. However, to…

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[Expired] Best deal on Bose QuietComfort 25: $154 w/ targeted offer

Today there has been a nice sale on the Bose QuietComfort 25 headphones at Amazon.com and BestBuy.com. The sale puts these headphones at $179.00 — $100 off of the regular price. I first saw this sale at Running with Miles this morning. A member of our Frequent Miler Insiders posted to ask if these were good for a resale opportunity. I responded that I didn’t think so for a number of reasons. However, another member…

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TopCashBack increased payouts today only: eBags 24%, Lord & Taylor 16%, Dell 10%, and more

Today only, TopCashBack is offering double cash back with increased payouts at a number of popular retailers – including 24% back at eBags. Not all retailers are quite doubled from previous rates (we know, for instance, that eBags was paying 15% on most purchases and 20% on Tumi purchases a few days ago). Still, several of these payouts are better-than-average and worth a look. Stores with increased payouts are as follows: Lord & Taylor, Was…

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42.2% OFF Tumi – Extreme Stack for max savings!

Yesterday, Running with Miles, One Mile at a Time, and View from the Wing wrote about a rare 20% off sale on Tumi products — but by Extreme Stacking, I will show you how to end up with 42.2% off a wide range of Tumi bags. In a nutshell, most (though not all) Tumi bags are on sale for 20% off at almost any authorized Tumi retailer through March 19th. This gives us many opportunities to…

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Today only: up to 23 miles per dollar at eBags

Today only (10/17/2014):  Earn up to 23 United miles per dollar through the United MileagePlus Shopping Portal at eBags. This combines with another offer for $20 off.  Full details can be found at this Running with Miles post: Great Deal: Up to 23X United Miles and $20 Off at eBags. Never miss a Quick Deal, Subscribe here. Quick Deal posts are intended to alert readers to deals big and small, with little or no analysis.…

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Aadvantage eShopping eBags 16X, Sears 8X, Lowes 6X, more…

This week, the Aadvantage eShopping portal is running a few exciting bonus offers.  To take advantage of these offers, simply browse to the Aadvantage eShopping portal and then click through to the merchant where you want to shop.  Purchases will earn American Airlines miles in addition to any miles you earn automatically from your credit card.  Let’s take a look at each of these offers… eBags 16X 16 miles per dollar is an excellent return. …

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January Lab Update

In the world of points, miles, and deals, one of the best ways to find out what works and what doesn’t is to simply try things and keep track of what succeeds and what fails.  That’s the purpose of the Frequent Miler Laboratory.  On that page, I record experiments that have been proposed, experiments in-progress, and experiments completed.  Results include both my own results and those reported by readers. Here are some lab results that…

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