They claim to have cash back options for 1500+ online stores and have paid out a cool $85,000,000 in cashback to their customers.
- Groupon 6%
- Macy's 6%
- The Home Depot 5%
- Walmart 4%
- Amazon Upto 3%
- Kohls 6%
- Victoria's Secret 4%
Starbucks announced today that it is raising prices of its already pricey drinks in atleast 2 parts of the US. They are charging more for select drinks in the Northeast and Sunbelt regions. Excludes California and Southern Florida.
The average price hike is 1% across the two regions. The two drinks that are exempt from this price hike are grande brewed coffee and grande caffe latte (note grande). The price hike will help them offset rising commodity costs in 2012.
I have to admit I am a Starbucks fan and I own a Starbucks gold card. However I try to not go overboard with Starbucks. Here is how I indulge while not going overboard, and you can too
If you are a Starbucks fan make sure you sign up for their rewards program and swipe your card every single time. Spending less on coffees and lattes also makes for a great new year's resolution ;)
Update: This deal has expired.
Amazon is offering a local deal - $100 travelocity gift card for $50. The link is valid for my local area, but it looks like the deal is nationwide and it shouldnt matter where you buy it from. It is valid at over 55000 hotels worldwide.
After the holidays is a good season to travel as its off-peak and you can end up getting a better service in most places. Of course, Travelocity is offering the deal to pick up slack after the holiday season as well. I see this as a win-win situation. I like Travelocity and I have often booked airfare and hotels from that site without any complaints.
It is valid for another 16 hours 30 minutes only.. The deal has expired.
So, go get it if you are thinking about taking a vacation soon :).