Deals still kicking… but you’ll have to hurry

I publish lots of deals on this blog, mostly through my Quick Deals page.  Most deals expire in about a day, but some stick around longer.  Here’s a compilation of deals I’ve written about in the last few months that are still alive and kicking… but not for long…

Through December 31

Many deals last only through December 31st:

The following American Express deals are also valid only through December 31. The trick with these is that you either have to have been targeted for them, or you had to sign up in time.  To learn how to sign up for many such deals automatically (so that you don’t miss them in the future), see: Bet You Didn’t Know: Never miss an Amex Sync deal with OffersBot.  Here are the Amex deals:

Through Jan 4:

Here are two posts showing how to get free shipping for a year at Sears and Kmart.

If you have trouble getting this deal, try this:

  1. Sign up for the free trial of Shop Your Way Max
  2. View your Shop Your Way Max account here.
  3. Click “renew your membership”.  You should see Shop Your Way Max in your cart with a price of $9.99

 

Through Jan 18

 

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Charlie
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Enjoy the vacation! The $150 ATT/Amex offer is actually good through April so still some time on that one.

Jung
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Hmm I have amex spg business and a long time att customer with phone and uverse, I don’t see it from my amex offer…sad:(

Grant
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I checked my Mom’s AMEX account and she had the $15 Amazon offer so I got her a $15 Amazon egift card. Then I called 6 Marriott hotels until I found one that had gift cards in stock. Bought $200 gift card and will receive a $50 statement credit.
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You might want to check Uber, Starbucks, Toys R Us, and Walmart offers to see if they are still around.