10% Back at Walmart TODAY ONLY plus $10 Bonus Rewards

Details!

In the interest of getting this out to you as soon as possible, I won’t ramble on about how to maximize this deal. It’s a don’t-think-just-shop kind of deal.

  1. Sign up for Ebates. Get bonuses if you’re new and please use my referral link because I’m one new shopper away from a $50 bonus!
  2. Get an unprecedented 10% back on almost everything. Here’s the fine print:

    Exclusions: Cash Back is not available on Apple Watch, newest model iPhones, Walmart Grocery to Go, cellular purchases, prepaid phone cards (Straight Talk), prescription drugs, travel, financial services, tires, Walmart Connect Internet Service, gift card/online gift cards and ShippingPass subscription.

    Special Terms: Cash Back is not available on orders deemed by Walmart to be for reselling purposes.

  3. Combine this offer with the weekly SYWEVERYWHERE.com promotion by purchasing a $30 (final value, not original value) Walmart gift card at Raise.com. Check here for the weekly running offer and here for more details on how to redeem it (forgive me for using an old link; the concept is identical.)

Tally It Up

Let’s assume we purchase a Walmart gift card at Raise:

We’ll receive a $10 Shop Your Way bonus points reward in the next couple weeks. We’ll go spend the $38.31 at Walmart.com which is super, because that qualifies for free shipping. We’ll get 10% back, or $3.80. That makes this deal $38.31 – 3.80 – .08 (you’ve gotta be kidding me) – $10 = $24.43, or about 35% off after points.

Will you use this deal?

I like this because it is easy to get the 10% off on items you were probably going to buy anyway. What will you buy? Please leave your comments and questions or reach me directly, christine@unveiledsavings.com, for quick support. Good luck!

6/19: SYWEVERYWHERE Deal

For at least the last six months, SYWEVERYWHERE.com has run amazing weekly promotions. They generally run from Monday-Monday. EDIT: I’ve corrected the Spend Requirement information. Thanks, MMKate, for the help!

Key Information

  • Expiration Date: This deal ends on 6/25.
  • Spend Requirement: Receive 15% Bonus, Up to $30
    • You’ll earn 15% on up to $200. Multiple shopping trips should combine to a total $30 bonus payout limit.
  • Fine Print: “*Member offer: Earn 15% back in Shop Your Way points (max award $30 in points) on qualifying purchases, valid June 19th, 2017 – June 25th, 2017. Points valid for 60 days. Limit one (1) offer per member. Points awarded after gift cards and discounts and before taxes and other fees are applied. Offer cannot be combined with other Shop Your Way offers and promotions. Void if purchase is cancelled or returned. Must initiate offer online through ShopYourWay.com, SYWEverywhere.com, or at participating in-store locations. Points may require up to 10 days to be awarded. Not valid for Sears, Kmart, Lands’ End, and the following partners: Energy Plus, LifeLock, Lingo, local restaurants, Sears licensed businesses, Sirva Home Benefits, Sirva Mortgage, Intercontinental Hotels, Holiday Inn, Holiday Inn Express, Crowne Plaza, Hotel Indigo, Staybridge Suites, Candlewood Suites, Expedia, Best Western and Hotels.com. Offer valid for original recipient only. We reserve the right to cancel or modify the offer at any time in the event of fraud, abuse, unintended virality, or if technical or other issues arise. By accepting Shop Your Way member benefits and offers, you agree to the Shop Your Way terms and conditions, available at www.shopyourway.com/terms.”

Final comments…

Take care at your shopping portal of choice to ensure the vendor doesn’t deny rewards with the payment of gift cards or external coupons. Many will claim this, few will actually impose it. Your choice, but I would continue without concern.

Please also note that some users have reported a conflict in receiving this bonus PLUS whatever normal payout percentage is advertised (in particular, the 10% back from Raise.) Your feedback is helpful in pinning down how the rules actually apply! Thanks!

 

6/12: SYWEVERYWHERE Deal

For at least the last six months, SYWEVERYWHERE.com has run amazing weekly promotions. They generally run from Monday-Monday. 

While you’re reading this post, think about how it might apply to great Father’s Day purchases.

Key Information

  • Expiration Date: This deal ends on 6/18.
  • Spend Requirement: Receive 10% Bonus, Up to $25
    • You’ll earn 10% on up to $250. Multiple shopping trips should combine to a total $25 bonus payout limit.
  • Fine Print: “Member offer: Earn 10% back in Shop Your Way points (max award $25 in points) on qualifying purchases, valid June 12th, 2017 – June 18th, 2017. Points valid for 60 days. Limit one (1) offer per member. Points awarded after gift cards and discounts and before taxes and other fees are applied. Offer cannot be combined with other Shop Your Way offers and promotions. Void if purchase is cancelled or returned. Must initiate offer online through ShopYourWay.com, SYWEverywhere.com, or at participating in-store locations. Points may require up to 10 days to be awarded. Not valid for Sears, Kmart, Lands’ End, and the following partners: Energy Plus, LifeLock, Lingo, local restaurants, Sears licensed businesses, Sirva Home Benefits, Sirva Mortgage, Intercontinental Hotels, Holiday Inn, Holiday Inn Express, Crowne Plaza, Hotel Indigo, Staybridge Suites, Candlewood Suites, Expedia, Best Western and Hotels.com. Offer valid for original recipient only. We reserve the right to cancel or modify the offer at any time in the event of fraud, abuse, unintended virality, or if technical or other issues arise. By accepting Shop Your Way member benefits and offers, you agree to the Shop Your Way terms and conditions, available at www.shopyourway.com/terms.”

 

 

 

Final comments…

Take care at your shopping portal of choice to ensure the vendor doesn’t deny rewards with the payment of gift cards or external coupons. Many will claim this, few will actually impose it. Your choice, but I would continue without concern.

 

Last Day! Great Kmart Offers!

This is the content of an email that went out to my Personal Shopper Clients this morning. Join now to be notified first!

“Good morning,

I thought I’d try to share this information via email before I post it to the website (www.unveiledsavings.com). If you don’t want to receive deals like this via email, please let me know and I’ll be sure to remove you from the distribution list.

Today I’ll show you…$5 giant jugs of detergent, $6 for a folding table and chairs, $3.25 athletic tshirts…

I am going to populate three catalogs for the three Kmart deals listed below, but wanted to get this out ASAP to give you a chance to shop. Remember – you want to go to kmart.com and be sure to only shop for Kmart items (not Sears!) You can find the catalogs here: http://www.shopyourway.com/people/christine-g/3248992/catalogs

First promotion is for Arm & Hammer Detergent at Target

Two promotions currently stack at Target:

  • $15 off $50 on cleaning supplies with code “CLEAN” – a great deal by itself, amounting for 30% off!
  • $5 gift card with the purchase of two participating Arm & Hammer products – http://www.target.com/pl/504604870

If you purchase six of the detergents ($8 x 6) that’s $48. Add a filler item (I added dryer sheets for $5 though I could have found something closer to $2) the math looks like this:

  • Detergent, $48
  • Dryer Sheets, $5
  • Cost: $53
  • CLEAN: -$15
  • Discounted Total: $45
  • Receive three $5 Gift Cards

You will spend $45 and receive $15 back for future shopping. For $30, you’ll have a ton of detergent and dryer sheets (or whatever you choose.) Regular price would be $53 or more, depending on which you choose, so this is like a 40% discount.

Thanks to my friend Cassidy for finding this great promotion!

Second promotion is for Furniture at Kmart

This may be the last day, but Kmart is offering 50% back in points, up to 100,000 points, on furniture plus a few other great offers. There are a few deals that stack, so here’s how it works out:

  • 10% off $50+ with code “NEWYEAR”
  • $10 back in points on $30 or $20 back on $50
  • 50% back in points up to $100 worth of points

Here’s an item that qualifies for the points promotion but not the 10% off.

My total is $54.99 and I will receive $49.14 back in points!

http://www.kmart.com/essential-home-5-piece-card-table-and-chairs/p-00893176000P

If you find an item that will make your total $50 or more, you can use the $5 off $50 at Kmart coupon (click your name, go to my clipped coupons, and find it there…or let me know and I will send you one via the Personal Shopper site). **NOTE** If you use it on this item, you will only qualify for the $10 back on $30.

Third promotion is for Athletic Apparel at Kmart

Combine the following two offers for essentially 75% back on up to $100 worth of athletic apparel:

  • $10 back on $20, up to $50 worth
  • Buy one, get one free

Here’s an item that qualifies. I bought four at $10.99 each, but with the buy one get one…that’s only $21. I will receive $10 back in points, which is like paying $11 for four tshirts that were each $11 to to start with!

http://www.kmart.com/everlast-reg-sport-women-s-athletic-t-shirt-dots/p-027VA88031012P?selectedFilters=offer|Buy%20One%20Get%20One&sellerId=KMART&prdNo=10&blockNo=10&blockType=G10

Fourth promotion is for Clearance Apparel at Kmart

Tricky to find anything in stock, but you’ll get $15 back on each $15 you spent at Kmart on clearance apparel. Here’s the link to clearance.

It appears that adding up to $15 qualifies. The limit is $50 worth of points (50,000). I found that this item qualifies – if I add three to my cart for a total or $18, I receive $15 back in points.

http://www.kmart.com/joe-boxer-junior-s-polo-shirt/p-027VA88938612P?selectedFilters=offer|Clearance&plpSellerId=Kmart&prdNo=3&blockNo=3&blockType=G3

What else?

Your best portal promotion (what? Read more here) is probably iconsumer.com, but you can choose from cashbackmonitor.com.

I’ll be available via the Clientele app and email today to help you take advantage of these promotions.

Please feel free to forward my email and ask your pals to choose me as their personal shopper – http://syw.co/1SGiTGp. Have a great weekend – stay warm and good luck with your deal shopping!

C”

Easy Bonus – United MileagePlus Miles or 15% Cashback at Sears

Here is a classic example of stacking promotions and taking a little risk regarding the fine print. You probably know I have recently become a major Sears shopper in the last few months (a personal shopper, if I may…maybe you would like to be my client?) and I have been profiting every time I sit down in front of my computer. I made over $125 in about an hour just recently.

United MileagePlus is offering a 1,000 point bonus on a $250 purchase. Sears happens to be a participating retailer…and the fine print indicates that gift cards are eligible for point earning until July 9 at a current increased rate of 4 points per dollar. However, you can not earn points when you redeem gift cards. Incidentally, the wording via Splender is the same but opposite at Ebates. Confused? Step by step, here’s how to maximize this offer…despite the fine print regarding the 1,000 point bonus saying that gift cards are not eligible, I am betting it will come through.

Step 1: Start at MileagePlus Shopping

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Step 2: Purchase a $250 Gift Card at Sears (or Reload One for Faster Service)

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In completing Step 1 and Step 2, you will earn the 1,000 point bonus (assuming my risk pays off) PLUS 4 points per dollar – or another 1,000 points on your $250 purchase. This is a total of 2,000 points or 8 points per dollar. While this type of offer comes around a few times a year, I’m happy to take advantage of it. Why? Because then…

Step 3: Navigate to Sears by Way of Ebates and Pay With Your Gift Cards

Since the Ebates terms do not restrict the earning of points on purchases paid for with gift cards, we should be safe here and take the 6% return they currently offer. Not an Ebates member? Please use my link – there is still time to earn a $50 bonus, which you can read about here.

Don’t forget to check your Shop Your Way page for loadable coupons – either for percentage or dollars off, cash back offers, or surprise points.

Step 4: Consider Loading Up via Splender

Splender (I’m a new user) is offering 9% back at Sears and also pays on gift card purchases until July 9th. So, beyond the $250 needed to trigger the United bonus, I am purchasing my gift cards through Splender and redeeming them through Ebates. This triggers a 15% total discount (or cash back) on top of any other sales or promotions you may find.

If you don’t care to get the 2,000 United MileagePlus points, you can skip right to Step 4 for purchasing gift cards and back to Step 3 for redeeming them.

A Quick Summary and Example

Via MileagePlus Shopping and Ebates

  • If you purchase a $250 gift card by way of MileagePlus Shopping, you will earn 2,000 points.
  • If you spend the $250 gift card by way of Ebates, you will earn $15.
    • This means that your regular old $250 purchase is worth a bonus 2,000 MileagePlus miles and $15 in cashback. I value those miles at a minimum of $20!

Via Splender and Ebates

  • If you purchase a $250 gift card by way of Splender, you will earn $22.50.
  • If you spend the $250 gift card by way of Ebates, you will earn $15.
    • This means that your regular old $250 purchase is worth $37.50 in cashback.

Will you take advantage of this offer?

I am constantly finding ways to manufacture spend at Sears – I might even make it to Platinum status in July! I have no hesitation in purchasing Sears gift cards during this offer.

Will you purchase through Splender and Ebates or MileagePlus Shopping and Ebates? Leave a comment!

How this Pertains to your Wedding

Nope, nothing ground-breaking here. As usual…

  • Buy gifts at Sears for your parents, wedding party, future spouse, etc.
  • Buy and sell items to manufacture spend on a credit card you’re using for your free honeymoon
  • Outfit your new home at Sears if the price is right
  • Purchase linens, decorations, etc for any of your wedding events (showers, centerpieces, etc)
  • Find bridesmaid dresses and accessories or suits and accouterments for the gentlemen

I Just Got 25,000 Bonus Miles – Did You?

I don’t read my emails carefully enough! Today, I realized that the Starwood AMEX credit card I opened in March has a $5,000 spend minimum…not $3,000! This sent me on a tear to spend $2,000 in the next 48 hours. Yikes!

Fortunately, one of the emails I noticed is offering a whopping 50,000 point bonus on $2,500 airfare spend. Yes, that is 20 points per dollar!!! Now, we all know I don’t like to spend money on my own travel…but to spend $2,500 and get the equivalent of up to 2 round trip flights in points? That isn’t so bad! Even better, I have a business trip sneaking up on me. I had booked with Delta an hour before I realized the Starwood fiasco, so I quickly called to cancel that trip – remember, within 24 hours there are generally no change or cancellation fees. Yes, the United airfare cost more than the Delta airfare, but if my employer complains….I’ll gladly pay the difference.

Here’s what the email (entitled “Remember to register for your exclusive offer: Fly your way to 50,000 bonus miles”) looks like:

United MileagePlus Bonus

According to a May post from the Doctor Of Credit and reader comments, the offers are customized (as opposed to targeted, I expect.) You can try your hand at this link or search your email – probably just for the text, “Remember to register for your exclusive offer.”

My flight came out to just over $1,000. I’ll earn 25,000 points. This is substantial! Usually, it takes a credit card bonus to get anywhere near that kind of accumulation. From the United page, simply register and book your airfare. Since you can complete travel through November, maybe that expensive Thanksgiving flight will actually be worth something!

What was your offer? When will you travel?

United is offering me up to 50,000 points! I only expect to get to 25,000, but that is quite a great deal. Hey, it convinced me to cancel a more convenient, cheaper Delta flight…so United has definitely come up with a good promotion this time!

I have a business trip that will cover this expense, but maybe you have a bachelor or bachelorette party, Thanksgiving, engagement, the wedding itself, or your honeymoon. If you aren’t able to travel free for your honeymoon, maybe you can at least get a nice perk out of paying for the trip!

 

How to Get $100 Worth of Free Wedding Stationary at Staples

When all is said and done, it’s amazing how many pieces of paper your wedding will consume! Here’s a list:

  • Save the Date Notestyping-vintage-technology-keyboard
  • Invitations
  • Menus
  • RSVPs
  • Seating Placeholders
  • Return labels
  • Ceremony Programs
  • Thank You Cards
  • Photo Prints

Wouldn’t it be nice if you could get even one of those at a discount?

Staples Premier = 10% Back in Rewards!

If you reach Staples Plus status, you’ll get a $25 in-store copy and print voucher. Once you make it to Staples Premier status, you’ll get an additional $50.

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Certainly, $1,000 is a long way to go to get $75 for free! Keep in mind you’ll get $10 on your way to Plus (2% back on $500) and another $15 on your way to Premier (3% back on the next $500.) Ultimately, on $1,000, that would be $75 + 10 + 15 = $100, or a full 10% back.

How the heck do I spend $1,000 at Staples?

Run Errands for Other Organizations

Your expenses will add up quickly if you’re a small business owner, teacher, etc. The goal is to spend as little as possible out of pocket to maximize your rewards. Here’s an idea – maybe you are involved with a non profit or other volunteer organization that needs supplies. Think about church leaflets, fundraising flyers, and so on. They may let you take care of the purchase and refund you later; if you use your reward number, those expenses will count toward your total.

Purchase Other Stationary at Staples

There are so many great places to purchase wedding stationary, you’ll have to really do some price shopping to make sure this is the best deal. If it is, let’s assume you purchase 100 invitations for $2 each – you’ve already spent 20% ($200 of $1,000) of your total. Don’t forget the envelopes! Be sure to follow the steps below to maximize your savings.

Maximize Rebate Offers

Keep an eye on Staples Easy Rebates! They are easy! It seems like every week includes a free paper offer. Find this week’s offers here. If you can get one free $5 ream of paper each week (usually the offer say “limit 4”) that’s going to be $250 ($5 * 50) in one year. There are often great resale opportunities when Staples offers 20% back in Rewards or 15% off, for example. They even price match 110%. Look for Keurig machines, routers, and other low weight, high price items. I’ve spent $1,000 in a day at Staples just on resale purchases! My Amazon store was happy.

Maximize Your Savings at Staples With These Steps

1. Extend your $75 with Coupons

It’s common to find 15 and 20% off coupons. Use these with your Copy & Print vouchers – just have them type in the code at the bottom.

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2a. Use Chase Ink for an Additional 5%

This business card offers a 5% bonus on office supply stores. Don’t have one? Consider using my referral link; you’ll get 60,000 points when you spend $5,000 in the first three months, which is redeemable for at least $600. $1,000 at Staples will earn you 5,000 points, worth at least $50.

2b. Pay with Discover Deals Gift Cards to Save Up to 30%

Redeem your Discover Cashback for $25 gift cards with a limit of 5 per order.

For every $100, you can get $20 off! That’s 20%! Now, your $1,000 in purchases only cost $800.

You’ll still get $100 back in rewards – $100 back on $800 is 12.5%.

When you consider your $200 savings ($20 * 10) plus $100 in rewards, this is like paying $700 for $1,000 worth of Staples merchandise, or a 30% discount without using any coupons! staplesdiscover

 

3. Don’t forget the portals!

While you’re on your way to $1,000, ensure you make your purchases through a portal!

My Experience

I was unable to apply my $50 to an online order for in store pickup, so plan on spending time at the store finalizing your design. My $50 (plus $4 out of pocket for taxes) was enough for a 24×36″ photo print, a wonderful custom return address stamp (if you aren’t having your envelopes printed, this will save you a lot of work!) and 500 business cards – which I can’t wait to pick up! You can have quite the variety of products printed at your store – stop in and chat with them or call to ask.


 

How will you spend your Staples Copy & Print Reward?

Which stationary item are you most excited to get for free with your reward?

 

Sears Shop Your Way: Earning VIP Status

Why does this matters to engaged couples or newlyweds?

Choose your registry shops wisely! If you’re in the market for products carried at multiple vendors (Sears, JCPenney, Kohl’s, Macy’s…) do you research and see if there are extra benefits at a given store. There is no harm in asking for gift cards and priority-shopping based on what you receive. Plus, this allows you to accumulate the benefits – your family and friends will probably get a kick out of your creativity!

If you’re buying appliances or outfitting a new home, read on to learn how our household earned VIP Status at Sears – you can, too. It’s a benefit that comes along for free, so use it or lose it!

Shop Your Way VIP Status

Since we aren’t homeowners, we don’t run into a lot of large expenses at Sears/Kmart (or other home improvement stores, for that matter.) It’s a good thing! But, it makes it really hard to reach the VIP tiers in their Shop Your Way Program. From the Shop Your Way site:

“To reach each level, there is a minimum annual spend.

  • VIP Silver: $2,500.00 annual spend
  • VIP Gold: $5,000.00 annual spend
  • VIP Platinum: $10,000.00 annual spend

(Just so you know we define “annual spend” as Total Qualified Spending between January and December of a calendar year. Basically, it’s everything you spend on qualified purchases for the whole year).”

Reaching a $2,500 spend threshold seemed unattainable, given the scarcity of resale opportunities; Sears offers “Surprise Points” and discount coupons in their Deal Center, but the rules are convoluted and I usually give up my search. The folks over at SlickDeals have discussed the program at length in this thread, if you’d like more information.

However, our newest residence was lacking a washer and dryer. I ended up buying a more expensive set than I ever anticipated without a lot of sale shopping (gasp!) – but I anticipate getting around 20% back via the Discover Deals portal (purchased gift cards and received 5% back, which will double in a few months per last year’s awesome promotion…then redeemed gift cards again for 5% back which, too, will double. Should.) I’m starting to see the 5% earnings roll in, but I’m not going to hold my breath. We needed the darn things and we needed them right away.

After that, in mid-March, I started to think about accumulating another $1,000 in spend to reach the VIP Silver Status. Much like the Southwest Companion Pass, the status is valid for the remainder of the year plus the entire following year. Also from their site:

“You will be in your VIP level until December 31 of the following year, unless you advance to a higher level. VIP levels get reviewed every week, so in case you qualify for an upgrade, we’ll be checking. Also keep in mind, once you achieve VIP status, at the beginning of each subsequent calendar year your Total Qualified Spend will reset to zero and you will need to achieve the minimum spend requirements to re-qualify for VIP status the following year.”

So, even though I missed out on Quarter 1, I’d still be eligible for 7 of the 8 possible quarters. I’ll pretty much chase after any challenge that’s in front of me. As luck would have it, Sears is wrapping up their April Black Friday promotion (what?) tomorrow – I happened to find an item that I could sell on Amazon for a small profit, plus earned a handful of points to apply toward more household items we actually need (outfitting three bathrooms instead of one, for example, means more shelving and organizers.) While I won’t tell you exactly what I purchased, the Black Friday list isn’t too long! Even better, I put $1,000 on my shiny new American Express business card (it even says “Unveiled Savings” on it!) I’ll be 35,000 SPG points richer in no time!

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Tonight, my balance says I’ve spent $2,612 of the required $2,500 to reach Silver VIP Status. I hope – expect – it will update tomorrow:silver

How do you check your VIP Status?

Click this link or the VIP tab as shown below (start at shopyourway.com, click Rewards, and the box for VIP.)

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What are the benefits?

Each quarter, VIPs get a “choice benefit” (among other benefits you can find here, such as two $4.99 oil changes w/tire rotations per year.) Some are “free,” such as the watches you see in the photo below. Others are 100% back in points – so the $200 set of pots and pans will earn 200,000 Shop Your Way Rewards points.

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I’ll probably select the NutriBullet or the Keurig. I’ve sold these on Amazon in the past and know they move quickly. I might only get a fraction of the cash I spend, but it’s worth it. Here’s an easy example:

In doing so, I’ll put $125 on my credit card (inching toward that SPG bonus!) I’ll come out at least $25 ahead. I’ll also get $125 toward my Gold Status (only $2,375 to go…) I’ll probably buy via Discover or another portal, earning me at least 5% back (another $6.25.)

If you’ve got gift cards that really were gifts, this is a great way to turn them into more cash than you started with!

Are you in the market for any of the items shown? Do you have VIP status?

I would be happy to sell you any of the items listed for the same amount I’d get from Amazon.

Leave a comment or email me!

Wine, Magazines, and 1600 Southwest Rapid Rewards Points for $50

Vinesse Wine Club: $42 for 1400 Points

I think this is a good deal, since I would pay $50 for six bottles of wine, anyway. If you are hosting or need gifts (you wouldn’t show up to a holiday party empty handed, would you? New Year’s Eve is coming up!), this is an even better opportunity. As for us? We don’t need an excuse to stock up…

There do not appear to be any restrictions requiring a year long membership and the policy says you can cancel your membership immediately. For me, that means when the first shipment arrives, I’ll call to cancel. This comes out to around 32 pts/dollar, depending on your state’s tax situation. There aren’t many valuable offers out there for products you’ll actually use at this earn rate. Simply navigate to rapidrewardsshopping.southwest.com for this offer.

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$7 for 200 points (oh, and a magazine subscription…)

I’m not a big magazine reader – but paying $7 for 200 points is a rate of around 28 pts/dollar. This is actually slightly less than the price to buy points (36 pts/dollar) – but these count toward your Companion Pass and you get the magazine subscription out of it.

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Here’s a snapshot of the cheapest subscription offers. Note that there does not appear to be a 1 per household limit, so you could stock up on this. Price is going to be somewhere around $35/1000 points. If you’re close to that Companion Pass or in need of topping off for an award flight, it’s worth considering.

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What do you think?

Are these offers worthwhile to you? Which magazine did you choose?

$1 for 1,100 Southwest Rapid Rewards Points

My fabulous sister-in-law found this one on her pursuit to close out her Companion Pass this year. I had to jump on it! 1,100 points are worth $10-20, depending on whether you have an active Companion Pass.

Locating the Offer

Just log in to Southwest Rapid Rewards and navigate to “All Online Offers” (mid way down on the left.) Sort by highest earn rate and you’ll find The Wall Street Journal at 1100 points. You’ll want to hover your mouse over the name until the “Store Details” icon pops up. Click there to get access to the screen below.

1100 Points

Just select one of the radio buttons that offers 2 months for $1 (two month subscription) and you’ll be on your way. My advice is to set a reminder to cancel the subscription in about a week, or as soon as you see the purchase track through your account. How do you check? From the top right corner of the Rapid Rewards Shopping site, click your rewards number under your name. You should see recent transactions and visited sites.

What do you think?

Is this a deal you’ll participate in? I wish it was always $1 for 1,100 points! This offer certainly takes a minimal amount of time and money to complete – just don’t forget to cancel that subscription!