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Re: $10 off $20 Coupon-Download the Amazon App
all you need to do is downloa the App and login, and you will get code

(1st time sign-in only customers)

December 04, 2017, 12:13:45 AM
Re: SkyBell SH02300BZ HD WiFi Video Doorbell Bronze $159.99

Product Features:

HD Video: See your visitor up to 1080p HD and 5x zoom.
Motion Sensor: SkyBell alerts you even if visitor doesn't press button - providing additional security.
Live Monitoring: Monitor your front door at any time by starting the video from the app.
Free Video Recording: SkyBell can record each video so you download or watch them at any time.
Multiple Users: Multiple people can receive alerts to answer the door and you can have multiple device on each account.
Hear and Speak: 2 way audio means you can enjoy a full conversation with your visitor.
Activity History: Review the day's events while you were away - includes missed visitors, answered video calls and motion alerts.
Color Night Vision: Feel safe knowing you can see a visitor at night - in full color HD video.
Quiet Mode: Turn off your home's doorbell chime from the app so it won't wake up a baby!
Snap Photos: Capture a photo of your visitor with the touch of a button.
Rugged: Only SkyBell can work between -40 and 140 degrees F.
Seller has been switching between $149.99 -$159.99 probably depending on how many are sold.

December 05, 2017, 02:41:31 AM
Re: White goose down and feather comforter- $40
Does that feel/smell better now to those that were hesitant? :)
SAVE 15 expired king size comes to $64.99 after 25% off .

December 05, 2017, 02:56:09 AM
Re: JC Penney 65% off 100 and More
I have been looking for 2" faux blinds for a while and been checking everyday.

I bought 4 39x64 blinds for $110 thanks to the coupon code below. This is definitely the cheapest price I have seen in weeks so thought it would be worthwhile to post.

"65% off When You Spend $100+, 50% off When You Spend $40+ or Extra 25% off select Sale Priced items"

December 05, 2017, 03:05:27 AM
Re: BitCoin Master Thread In the old days, there was a saying by Jesse Livermore--when your barber and the shoe shine boy start giving stock tips, that is the time to sell everything. This past week, I was asked what I think of Bitcoin by people who never traded or invested in stocks ,fx,futures etc.   The parabolic rise is by all the late comers buying like crazy at these prices, currently $12270  see weekly chart as of now below, up  OVER $6000 in 3 weeks, worth 10 gold ounces each  ???  The CME and I think CBOT will start offering futures soon, then the hedgies will  buy it big first to newer highs to get more suckers in and then reverse and short it till it is almost worthless. And all the late buyers will become insolvent. IMHO

December 05, 2017, 10:48:54 PM
Re: BitCoin Master Thread
So you're saying we should get in quick so we cam make money before the bust
No, the easy money was already made, I am just watching this madness from the side :)

December 05, 2017, 11:39:13 PM
Re: BitCoin Master Thread
The reason it is going up is that people are adopting it as their currency and are trading in their worthless dollars.  So it isn't going to go down,  just keep going up.
That is what gold is for, the only true currency for thousands of years :)

December 07, 2017, 12:37:25 PM
Re: Buy $50 gift card and get $15 promo credit
This is the email amazon sent me

"Thank you for purchasing from Order 113-4299253-7923412 has earned you a promotional reward which we have added to your account. This reward can be applied to your next eligible order.
Promotion details:
Additional information on this offer can be found here.
Thank you for treating someone to an Gift Card. Now we're treating you to a $15 promotional credit automatically applied to your account, and good for eligible products sold by
This reward will expire on February 15, 2018. For more information, please read our Terms and Conditions.
Thanks again for shopping with us."

sorry that i have no direction for the public. The add just there on amazon's page that said that this promotion is good for amazon family members (which is included in prime) so i just clicked on it. But I will search a little and if i come up with anything I will let everyone know
sorry again!
Thanks for explaining.

December 09, 2017, 01:37:16 AM
Re: Char-Broil Classic 280 2-Burner Liquid Propane Gas Grill-$80
This is a classic example of a trashy deal. I think you need to stop copying every single deal you see posted on every deal site. Many of them are trash.
We can use nicer words , @Davidthebest has posted too many great deals many of us benefited from,, if one is not to your liking just ignore it :)

December 09, 2017, 02:05:41 AM
Re: Staples: Kleenex 160 ct 4Pk $3.99 Thanks, will do store pickup, 5 minutes from me.
December 09, 2017, 12:52:15 PM
Re: Scotties 2-Ply Facial Tissue, 120 Count (Pack of 18)-$19.77 or less
the one from staples is no deal my friend. $1 for a box of 160 kleenex is a normal price but not really a deal
Need to use some of my staple gift cards.

December 09, 2017, 10:36:02 PM
Re: Dinner with the GM of the Brooklyn Nets, Sean Marks Nice and definitely worth it.
December 14, 2017, 05:41:33 PM
Re: Free watches just pay shipping
Pretty cheapish maybe worth $11..
Or less  :)

December 16, 2017, 02:04:00 AM
Casio Men's Sport Analog Dive Watch $10.92 Casio Men's Sport Analog Dive Watch $10.92

December 18, 2017, 02:25:05 AM
Re: Norwegian Europe Sale Thanks , booked Oslo .
December 27, 2017, 01:09:34 AM
Kodak spiked 136% after it announced it launched its own form of blockchain Shares of Kodak spiked after the photo company announced it would launch its own form of blockchain technology dubbed "KodakCoin."
Kodak's stock is up 66.91% at $11.40 in pre-market trading on Wednesday. Shares soared as much as 136% on Tuesday, the day the news was initially announced.
So the madness is spreading, KODK stock went from $3 to $13 in 2 days, a co. losing money and he stock was going downhill , quadrupled in 2 days just by adding KodakCoin.
In 2000 right before the Nasdaq crash and .com bubble, many companies did add the words internet, and .com etc
Short 3000 shares @ $12.75
KODK chart

January 10, 2018, 02:05:08 PM
Re: Israel Master Thread: Things To Do, Places To Eat
Long dead.
This is Israel. :)

January 12, 2018, 02:41:11 AM
Re: Kodak spiked 136% after it announced it launched its own form of blockchain
Shares of Kodak spiked after the photo company announced it would launch its own form of blockchain technology dubbed "KodakCoin."
Kodak's stock is up 66.91% at $11.40 in pre-market trading on Wednesday. Shares soared as much as 136% on Tuesday, the day the news was initially announced.
So the madness is spreading, KODK stock went from $3 to $13 in 2 days, a co. losing money and he stock was going downhill , quadrupled in 2 days just by adding KodakCoin.
In 2000 right before the Nasdaq crash and .com bubble, many companies did add the words internet, and .com etc
Short 3000 shares @ $12.75
KODK chart
One of my quickest trades,covered my short of 3000 shares at @$8.25, profit of $4.50 points x 3000 shares=$13500 profit in 24 hours, not bad, here is today's chart at the close where I bought the 3000 shares to cover the short. On to the next trade.

January 12, 2018, 02:57:02 AM
Re: Stocks Impossible to catch exact tops and bottoms no matter how good a trader is, here are some quotes by one of the best traders in history.
Don't try to buy at the bottom and sell at the top. It can't be done except by liars.
I made my money by selling too soon.
Never follow the crowd.

 Bernard Baruch

January 20, 2018, 08:50:49 PM
Re: The funny/strange/interesting video thread...
A real good pilot.

January 21, 2018, 03:09:40 AM
Re: Most cities to Auckland new Zealand $340 RT Great deal, but too long of a flight in economy  :)
January 23, 2018, 03:42:15 PM
Re: Stocks
Will take a peek ,any idea where I can start from, there is a lot of info listed in that link?
Most books out there are written by people who sell technical systems, news letter writers , economists etc who do not have a track record of trading their own money successfully.

Recommended reads by people who made millions and hundreds of millions trading their own money, I read several hundred books, and these are what I think are a must read
1.Bernard Baruch  Baruch my own story
2. Any book by or about Jesse Livermore
3. Marty Shwartz  Pit Bull  Lessons from Wall Street's champion trader   
4. Market Wizards
5.The New Market Wizards
6. 3 books by my mentor Trader Vic  a.Trader Vic  Methods of a Wall Street Master b. Trader Vic 2 Principles of Speculation c. Trader Vic on Commodities.  From a poker player and runner boy on wall street to one of the world's most successful traders ever.
7. 2 books by Victor Niederhoffer a. The Education of a Speculator  b. Practical Speculation  at one time he was the biggest hedge fund manager on Wall Street, made the most money and fame, was born in Brooklyn to a jewish family, he studied at Harvard and earned a PHD from Booth School of business, and was a finance professor at the University of California Berkley, also was a Squash world champion,THEN HE BLEW IT ALL WITH ONE BAD TRADE.  Anyone will learn his skills plus not to do the fatal mistake he did.

January 25, 2018, 11:13:51 PM
Re: Car Lease Master Thread
Anyone lease a loaner car from the dealership before?
Any downside to it?
I do not see any downside if the price is good. I do not mind leasing a loaner if I get a decent discount.

January 27, 2018, 11:00:05 PM
Re: A Short Trip to Cabo
Could be, but Terra cotta is perfectly modern in Spanish design.
You are correct, typical Spanish design.
Also now I found that I am not the only vegetarian here.

February 01, 2018, 01:14:01 AM
Re: Stocks People got used to buying dips and making big profits, and the market will always come back. How many people here remember the 2000 Nasdaq crash, IT TOOK 16 YEARS TO JUST BREAK EVEN-and there were many periods in recent history where people never recovered their losses during their lifetime. Take a look at the monthly chart of the nasdaq below and see the 16 year period it took to break even , for people who bought close to the top in 2000.

February 05, 2018, 11:55:44 PM
Re: BitCoin Master Thread
I really do feel bad about the buyers at much higher prices, it has been the same game for hundreds of years, the smart money needs naive late comers to unload to .

February 06, 2018, 12:15:33 AM
Re: Stocks
Go to Fidelity, Charles Schwab, T Rowe Price, Vangaurd and you can set up automatic investments in Index Funds, Its usually called Equity 500 Index fund or something similar Its very easy
And the main thing, Statements go straight in the garbage (you can review it for errors but not for the amounts)
Come back in 10 years from now than look on the  statement and let us know the results  ::)
2000 crash, took 16 years to regain capital, 2008-2009 , a massacre that took years for only those who did not panic to regain their huge losses, in the long term we are all dead, it does not always work.

April 22, 2018, 08:26:27 PM
Re: Stocks
We have already established that facts and numbers are not his strong point.
Wrong. Sorry, I do not agree with you about the DOW, which in this case from 2000 also took 8 years to catch up to the 2000 highs.   The Nasdaq and S&P are what counts, on which exchange are AAPL,AMZN,TSLA,AAPL,NFLX,GOOG  etc traded?.  And the SPX represents 500 of Americas largest corporations, who cares about the DOW, it represents 30 stocks, it does not represent the market, only naive investors ask what did the Dow close at? Professionals will be quoting the SPX and NDX.  Just my humble opinion.  :)

NDX chart 2000-2016   16 years is a lifetime!!

April 22, 2018, 09:49:55 PM
Re: The New DDMS!
Wow thanks, send a like to @BAHayman, too bad I can't like a member who didn't post. But @LIKE given to bahaymen.
+1 , thanks!!

June 17, 2018, 09:42:36 PM
Re: Echo/Alexa Devices Thanks, was thinking of getting one, but after reading your post I'll pass for now.
July 10, 2018, 06:57:53 PM
Re: Chabad Saved My Trip! Nice TR, very nice of Rabbi Danny, and definitely JB beats AA.
July 10, 2018, 07:25:51 PM
Re: Interesting Articles...
Unbelievable, but funny :)

July 12, 2018, 02:45:54 AM
Re: Safeway e gift card for sell
July 12, 2018, 02:50:38 AM
Re: Amex Offers Discussion Thread
People placing multiple GC orders beware. My orders in the last few days got cancelled. Called in. CSR said that they are specifically limiting customers using Amex cards and placing gift card orders "because the Amex sync 10% promotion is supposed to only be 1 per customer".
I had it on only 10 cards, my Staples store manager is a good friend, he let me purchase all in one day,  he kept each transaction at $1000 x 10  transactions and was done.

July 12, 2018, 06:46:55 PM
Re: Southwest questions
Thanks. Like always I will keep my mouth shut.  :)
Just found out sister has kidney stone and has to have it taken care of here. Canít wait until she gets home. DW volunteered to stay instead of me. She is a KEEPER!!!
Prayers that all goes well, good luck on the flight.

July 25, 2018, 04:15:05 PM
Re: What's the best way to book?
If I'm booking this for my sister and her family( she has a different last name than me), should I be nervous that AS would audit my account?
I do not think airlines forbid using miles for relatives, even if the last name is different , I did this many times with no problem.

July 26, 2018, 02:51:23 PM
Re: Look for an email from Staples with a mystery reward up to $1,000.
Ne need to run to the store to find out the value.

If your code starts with:
88561 = $5
88494 = $10
21168 = $25
Thank you , saves us time.

July 27, 2018, 06:19:29 PM
Re: Paris Master Thread
From my recent trip to Paris:

1) If you take the Roissy bus from the airport, make sure to have your ticket and stand outside the airport building a minute or two before the bus is supposed to arrive. We missed one bus because I didn't know the automatic machine doesn't take American express. We then missed another bus after waiting for 15 minutes because we were waiting inside the building and it just zoomed by without stopping. Apparently it only stops if there are people outside waiting for it. Despite our experience, it is still the best transfer option and it lets you off very close to the Intercontinental.

2) We stayed at the Intercontinental on free night certificates. When checking in, I got a big scare after being told that if the "main" guests on the reservations didn't show up I would be charged the standard nightly rate. Eventually they told me that if the main guests send copies of their passport by email and write that they allows me to stay under their accounts it would be ok. I sent the passport copies and it worked out fine. If you are buying nights off people, be sure to get a copy of their passport.

3) Despite there being no option online at to add an infant to the room, we had no problem requesting and receiving a crib for the baby. The only issue is that the crib limits the already limited space in the room.

4) Versailles palace does not allow strollers inside so you must carry your infant the entire tour. My wife and I took turns holding our 20 pound baby. Inside the different rooms there are often benches and places to sit down so it ended up being bearable but if you have a really heavy baby or a small child that can't walk so much be warned! After the tour of the palace you can pick up your stroller and take it with you to the gardens.

5) Versailles palace is a full day trip including about an hour/ hour and a half commute each way so it is better to do it on one of the middle days of your trip and not the day of arrival/departure or the day before departure. 

6) The Louvre closes early (around 5:00 pm) while the museum d'orsay closes much later (8 or 9) so it is better to do the Louvre first and then walk over to the Orsay.

7) If you are in Paris with a stroller, try to avoid the regular metro underground trains at all cost. Very few of them are accessible by elevator and many of them don't even have escalators. Instead they have lots and lots of stairs and if you have to switch trains, you will be doing double or triple the amount of stairs each time.
Instead use only the RER underground train which is different from the regular metros and is for the most part accessible. Please note that sometimes a lift may be out of order and you still need to get on and off the trains etc' but it is much better then the regular metro. Another option is to take buses if they go where you need to.

8) Diapers are super expensive in Paris! try to bring enough of them with you and avoid buying them there.

9) Some stores in the Jewish area may have a sign outside that says they are kosher but they have no actual supervision. In my opinion that is pretty crazy especially with a butcher shop. Always make sure that they have a certificate of Kashrus from a valid organization before buying anything.

10) The museum pass helped us skip a lot of lines and I hate lines!!! However make sure it is worth it for you before buying it. Do the math of how much each place would cost on its own including any discounts you may be eligible for (student etc').

Can't think of anything else at the moment but I am open for any questions...
Thanks,very useful info.

July 31, 2018, 12:05:54 AM
Re: Hawaii Master Thread: General Questions And Which Island To Visit?
Bingo! Couldn't find my purchased app list, but just found, and they were there.
Thanks @Something Fishy , had a similar issue and found it in the purchased app list.

August 02, 2018, 10:42:50 PM
Re: Virgin Atlantic Sweet Spot: YYZ (Toronto) to AMS (Amsterdam) on Jet Airways
Wow! Just curious why you used to go on the same tour every day? Were you a tourguide?
Sorry, should have clarified, never did any of these tours, in my younger days I was an airline pilot, started flying for the airlines at a very young age , my first position was a 2nd officer-yes they had a 3rd pilot at the cockpit those days, if he was pilot rated and an FE he was called a 2nd officer, if he had just an FE ticket then was called a Flight Engineer with no promotion possibilities to FO.  I studied at Braniff International Airlines at Dallas Love Field, upon graduation they hired me as a B727 2nd officer moved up to Captain on the 727 with Eastern Airlines , flew as an FO on the Tristar L1011 my favorite airplane of all time, then flew as a B767-200 Captain for a Norwegian Airline Braathens Safe till 1997 when it was acquired by SAS.

August 03, 2018, 12:05:56 AM
Re: Stooges44 Mini Cancun TR Thanks for the TR.
August 03, 2018, 11:55:43 PM
Re: A little R+R in Cancun with @Yehuda Thank you, well written TR, enjoyed reading it all.
August 10, 2018, 01:17:10 AM
Re: Panama in 3- A mini TR Nice TR, love those monkeys :)
August 11, 2018, 01:08:37 AM
Re: Can one make a login for an AU who is 17 yrs old on an amex card?
    One of my AU on my account is only 17 years old now, his name on the card doesn't match his ss number meaning the card has a nickname on it vs his real legal name if that should make a difference which i don't think does, now my other hunch is because hes 17yrs old which is the reason when i try to make his own login so he can see the spending he does and save offers to his own login i get the error "The Social Security Number entered for Additional Card Member is invalid", curios to know if anyone had luck adding an AU who's under 18 yrs old?

Yes, my twin daughters as AU's have their own log in. They are 17.

August 12, 2018, 01:45:09 AM
Re: Our Kauai vacation & 2 weekends in CA Thanks, well written, nice pictures.
August 16, 2018, 10:16:50 PM
Re: Avis Master Thread
Has anyone rented from avis in denver airport
What was your experience
You do not need to overstress yourself for a car rental at Denver airport, whether Hertz, Avis, National etc they are are all O.K, just find the  best deal.

August 17, 2018, 01:03:52 AM
Re: Looking to Buy a Profitable Business
-1   there are many reasons.

1. relocating
2. retiring
3. have more profitable businesses to focus on

need i go on? ;)
+1 plus several more, sickness, burn out ---etc

August 20, 2018, 04:24:39 PM
Re: Star Alliance Award Search Tips
If I have a planned trip TLV-NYC-TLV does it make sense to purchase lifemiles now so I can fly in J? Also what is SQ like?
(I was thinking of this because of this:
It is a good deal to purchase LM if you do not have other alternatives, I purchased LM quite a few times in the past.

August 29, 2018, 12:39:35 AM
Re: AMEX CLAWING BACK AMEX OFFERS CREDITS!! This is a 100% class action ---
August 30, 2018, 01:33:51 AM
Re: Club Carlsons Hotel free night Certificates
No exclusions. US properties only. Gold account. I booked the Radisson Blu Chicago their best US property  but plans changed and will not be able to use it. Must stay by 8-31 so basically has to be used for check in Thursday or Friday.
I am giving this away for free to anyone who can use it, please PM.

August 30, 2018, 01:00:00 PM