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Actived: Sunday Nov 29, 2020
I wanted to use my Bed Bath & Beyond coupon. What is the
For your $29 annual membership, Beyond + offers members 20 percent off their entire purchase and “free” shipping. The membership fee is nonrefundable, according to its terms and conditions . “Membership Program benefits cannot be used in conjunction with any coupons or with any other prearranged discounts unless specifically stated
Wacky package price blamed on "anomaly" in program
Of course, I could easily book it separately to get the lower price, but I had a coupon code for $50 off a hotel and flight package, and I wanted to maximize my savings. I called Orbitz to find out why this may be. The person in sales confirmed my findings and said it was the first time he has seen a package price be higher than the sum of the
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Adam Chang purchased a “refundable” ticket through Expedia. He has a confirmation and an email from Expedia to prove it. Yet now that he’s canceled his reservation, all he can expect to receive for the ticket is a credit for future travel. He requested a cash refund, but his request didn’t get off the ground. He’s baffled and angry.
Question about Caesars Entertainment offer? | Elliott's
During holidays, big events, conventions prices are skyrocketing, but off peak days they are very - very cheap. (Much cheaper than even the $299+resort fee offer for three nights.) - free coupons, free show Free coupons means, you get hundred useless coupons to buy useless, overpriced things for 'discounted' prices.
How to save money on groceries? Timing is everything
Consider coupons, but don’t go overboard. In other words, time your purchases to fit your needs and not those of the grocery store. It’s tempting. The coupon game can be addictive, as I noted in a recent story. Apps like Coupons.com or Retailmenot.com might save you a bundle, but they might also nudge you into buying products you don’t
100,000 miles, $194 and a one-week delay - and you offer
T o fly from San Francisco to Paris last month, Kenneth Cook forked over 100,00 miles and paid a $194 fee 10 months before his scheduled flight. The routing wasn’t ideal — it sent him via Denver and Frankfurt, but for that, he was getting choice seats in the front of the plane. The least he expected was the see his luggage at the end of the journey, and that if he didn’t, the airline