Now, this post is purposefully late to prevent you from incorporating this in to your Valentine’s plans. Because I am not going to be held responsible, one way or the other. But, let’s take a look at the points and miles routine with 1800-Flowers.
Very few people enjoy doing their taxes. And, I wouldn’t say I enjoy it, but I’m proactive about it. So it was this past weekend that I resolved to do my taxes — all Saturday evening into Sunday morning. When I finally finished, around 5:30 am, and was all set to pay the fee for Turbotax(referral link), I remembered there might be discounts on Top Cash Back (referral link) or Ebates (referral link). I found a 15% discount on Top Cash Back (7.5% on Ebates) and quickly clicked through in order to pay. It wasn’t until the next afternoon after crashing that I realized that I probably left a lot of money on the table. Sure enough, even on the Top Cash Back site, I discovered a coupon code that would have saves an additional 20% off.
Just about every travel blogger shills for eBags at one time or another, so I guess this is my turn. The thing is, we actually buy a lot of stuff from this site. Basically, eBags is an internet shopping portal to buy luggage and other travel related items. They have their own eBags-branded luggage and travel accessories line, as well as a good selection of other brands like Tumi, Kelsey, Samsonite, American Tourister, Travelpro, Kenneth Cole, etc.
But what makes this such a compelling site is the ability to COMBO DISCOUNTS! Now, I’m skipping a post or two that would discuss shopping portals and the everyday earning points/miles/cash hustle, but let me share some real examples of what I’m talking about: