Monthly Archives: November 2010

Audible.com Free AudibleListener Gold Trial Promo

A few years ago, I had an unpredictable morning commute that would sometimes take forty minutes and sometimes take nearly two hours. I live in the Washington D.C. area and anyone who has driven on any stretch of the DC … Continue reading

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I Don’t Understand Black Friday Sales

As I celebrate this Thanksgiving with turkey and all the trimmings, a few hardy shoppers will be bracing themselves for the shopping battlefield that is Black Friday. As I’m laying warm in my bed, snoozing the night away, thousands will … Continue reading

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How Do Amazon Pre Order Points Work?

Amazon.com has, for at least a year, offered some pretty juicy pre-order promotions on video games. The best of those offers is usually a $20 credit, sometimes referred to as 200 “pre-order bonus points,” that you can apply to your … Continue reading

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Use Entertainment Books to Save on Vacation

Entertainment Books are mini-phonebook size books of coupons that give you big discounts on restaurants, movies, and other attractions in that book’s geographic area. At $20 each (retail price), you can often recoup the purchase with just a few coupons. … Continue reading

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Stamps.com Free Postage Trial Promotion

I hate going to the post office. It seems that no matter when I go, there’s always a line of people waiting to get their packages shipped. To make matters worse, there always seems to be about half a dozen … Continue reading

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Maps.com Discount Coupon Codes

Need an antique map of the Americas? Maps.com probably has it. Need a map of the Cinque Terre area of Italy? Maps.com probably has it. Whether it’s a decorative map you plan on framing and putting up on the wall … Continue reading

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How to Lower Shipping Costs

The advent of shopping online, much like catalog shopping back as early as the late 1800s, has opened up a whole new world of products to the American consumer at prices they can finally afford. Many companies exist entirely online … Continue reading

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