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(EXPIRED) Triple stack on Tumi: Sale + 24% back + Offers = big savings

This morning, Charlie at Running With Miles posted about an opportunity to save big on Tumi gear. He illustrates a great deal, and it can get even a smidge better if you have a Chase Marriott Rewards Premier or Chase Slate card. If you value Membership Rewards at better than 1c each, you may do even better with a targeted Amex Offer. The Deal Stack a 20% off on Tumi sale with 24% cash back and a Chase Offer for $20 back…

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Real World Instant Extreme Stacking

A few weeks ago, I was getting ready to water my garden and remembered that a hose reel would be helpful.  I decided to buy one, but I wanted it same-day.  I also wanted to get a good deal.  I decided to do a little Extreme Stacking, instant-style. After online comparison shopping I picked a hose reel that listed for $59.98 at Lowe’s (and, for comparison, the same price at Amazon).  It was important to…

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Instant Extreme Stacking

“Extreme Stacking” is a set of techniques for increasing rewards and savings when buying stuff.  If you haven’t already, check out our Extreme Stacking Page for details about how it works, along with examples for Extreme Stacking Amazon.com, British Airways, Ebay, PetSmart, and more. Many extreme stacks involve buying gift cards at a discount (or to earn rewards), and then taking advantage of shopping portals, store rewards, store coupons, etc. in order to earn and…

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3 lessons from my f-ed up extreme stack

Sure, here at Frequent Miler, we coined the term “Extreme Stacking,” but that doesn’t mean we always get it right.  Recently, I Extreme Stacked my way to a new grill and I f-ed up in 3 key ways.  The outcome wasn’t terrible.  I ended up with a $400 Weber grill for $400.  That’s hardly the end of the world.  The purpose of this post isn’t to whine about my woes, but rather to point out…

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$49.08 net for 2 shirts, 2 pants, 2 ties: JCPenny stack continues with men’s clothes

Last night, we posted about a great stacking deal at JCPenney. There were some amazing prices available by stacking promotions that perhaps weren’t intended to stack. Unfortunately, the coupon terms have changed and some exclusions have been added. Some of the items I ordered last night are now excluded from the sale (e.g. dress shoes and most women’s clothes). However, there are still some excellent bargains and there are a few updates on saving a bit…

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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… Update: The Amazon / JetBlue partnership will be ending as of 3/27/18 for purchases made on the ground. Purchases via Fly-Fi in-flight wi-fi on JetBlue flights will continue to earn 3x. Read more here. JetBlue makes it easy to earn bonus points for all Amazon purchases. As…

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Stacking Kohl’s + Discover: $1.93 for 12pc 16oz cooler glass set

Kohl’s currently has a number of stacking deals that provide decent savings on a range of products — including this 12pc set of 16oz drinking glasses that you may be able to pick up in-store for as low as $2.99: How to stack it For maximum savings, you’ll need a new Discover card and a little luck. Many/most Discover card holders have access to a $10 off Kohl’s coupon in their accounts. This coupon applies as…

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Real world extreme stacking in-home dining and more

I often write about ways to extreme stack deals for huge rewards or savings.  In this post I’ll document one approach that I use regularly to treat my family to great steaks, seafood, treats, and more.  First, here are some real world examples of what is possible… Stock Yards sells four 6 ounce Filet Mignon cuts for $99.99.  After stacking, I would pay $30.46 (or less), delivered. Harry & David sells their Maine Shore Seafood…

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Stacking for 39.55% off on All-Clad at Bloomingdale’s

Edit: My original math included buying discount gift cards to stack the savings a bit further. Unfortunately, TopCashBack’s terms exclude cash back on either the purchase or redemption of gift cards. That adjusts the overall math down a few percentage points and as such I have adjusted the discount to 39.55% off. Thanks to reader Jon for the heads up! Bloomingdale’s currently has a number of discounts that can be stacked for significant savings on a…

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