We post a lot of discounted gift cards here on Brad's Deals. Makes sense, right? We are a deal site, after all. Inevitably, after we post a popular gift card deal, we'll get a flood of reader comments calling these deals “scams," often from people who've had bad experiences in the past.
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We've all seen those TV shows featuring people who use 300 coupons every time they go to the grocery store. After all is said and done, they walk out with 80 bags of cat food, 25 gallons of cheap laundry detergent, 50 tubes of mint chocolate toothpaste, 12 packages of beef jerky and a case of diapers -- all for a whopping $1.24.
If you've been thinking about starting the Nutrisystem Diet, you might be put off by the cost. But you shouldn't be, because there's a simple hack for new members to get more than 50 percent off their meals.
We've written about the benefits of Bank of America's credit cards in the past, but if you really want to maximize your relationship with Bank of America, see if you qualify for Preferred Rewards. The coveted rewards program can earn you up to 2.62% cash back, and even give the opportunity to pay less on your taxes.
Trendy toys are often some of the hardest things to find discounts on during the holiday season. While Black Friday yields killer prices on everything from clothes and electronics to appliances and home goods, the most popular seasonal toys aren't usually priced more than a few bucks off, even during the hottest holiday sales. But if you have the Target Cartwheel app, you might just be able to score all your kids' favorite things at a 50 percent discount. Here's how.
Coupons are awesome. I'm a big fan of the little jolt I get when I paste coupon code into the "Have a promo code?" section of the shopping cart of any given online retailer. Paper coupons are awesome, too, although I use them less often.