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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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[Updated – might not work] $30 Nespresso with a stack at Saks?

Update: In the comments, Reader Tim caught a key detail I missed — the $75 gift card is only valid for six days, from 12/4-12/10. That makes a huge difference as I imagine it would be impossible to sell to gift card sites and difficult to sell on your own. That changes the dynamic of the deal considerably unless you’re planning to shop again at Saks. In a couple of recent deal posts, I’ve noted that…

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Last Minute Gifts 18X to 20X! Not too Late for Xmas

The United MileagePlus Shopping Portal is temporarily offering amazing mileage payouts for several stores.  Simply start your shopping within the portal and earn huge numbers of bonus miles for your purchases in addition to any rewards earned directly from your credit card.  Keep in mind that Department Stores qualify for 5X bonus points with both Discover It and Chase Freedom cards this quarter. Here are the big payout stores I found, along with tips on…

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15 miles per dollar at Saks. Possible Octuple dip?

Valid through: ? (I’ll update once we get this info. It is likely that 15X is today only) If you plan to buy anything online from Saks Fifth Avenue, this is the time to do so.  Below are 8 offers that are more or less stackable (see “Stacking deals for fantastic points and savings”). 1. AAdvantage eShopping 15X The AAdvantage eShopping portal is offering 15 miles per dollar at Saks Fifth Avenue. 2. Look for…

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