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2 way remote starter + bypass + tilt switch + installation = $199

Usually $730. 2 way means you'll get confirmation that it started. Some vehicles may have extra charges if more labor is required. Sick deal on a good 2 way remote.

October 29, 2017, 12:51:23 PM
Re: Staples Master Thread (Visa Rebates And Other Major Deals Need Their Own Thread)
Oct. 29-30:
10 ream case of paper @ $9.99 after rebate. No coupon necessary. Limit 4 per household.!/store/2278331/categories

Sunday and Monday only. 10/29 and 10/30
In store only.
NO COUPON NECESSARY.  So you can buy 4 cases in one transaction, pay $224 plus tax (almost $20 in NYC)   With Ink get 1120 pts. and the rebate will be one $184 Visa rebate card.
Some have complained about hassles with the rebate.  That is much less likely with an in-store purchase.

October 29, 2017, 02:10:44 PM
Free $5 lyft code IN and OH residents

open to legal residents of Ohio, Indiana, New York, Florida, Michigan, Tennessee, Kansas & Kentucky, who are 21

In addition, only participants who are residents of Ohio and Indiana, may also participate in the Program and enter without purchase, by using the AMOE method detailed below: To enter without purchase, hand-print your full name, full mailing address, email address, phone number and birth date on a plain 3x5 inch paper (the “AMOE”). Mail your completed entry to Tito’s Lyft Program, c/o of Vernon Sales Department, PO Box 600, Newton, Iowa 50208.

October 29, 2017, 04:35:30 PM
Target - 25% off one toy, sporting goods, or kids' art/craft item Text TOY to 827438.

Valid 10/29 - 11/11
25% off one toy, sporting goods, or kids' art/craft item

Excludes board games, video games, LEGO, WellieWishers, Barbie Dreamhouse, Dream Camper,
Hot Wheels Super Ultimate Garage, and Fingerlings.
Limit one single-use offer per guest.
Offer valid at Target or

October 29, 2017, 08:15:52 PM
Staples: $20 off your regular-priced purchase of $60 or more Use coupon code: 8435129721157019
Expires: 11/06/2017

October 30, 2017, 11:15:51 AM
Wizmanison's Kauai TR 2017 If anyone is interested in my TR for Kauai:

Found myself booking a last minute, 5 night, Labor Day weekend trip to Hawaii.

Stayed 5 nights at the Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort. This hotel is absolutely stunning right from the entrance with several pools, a lazy river, a man made beach, as well as access to their private beach, tennis courts, spa and gym, as well as several other amenities.
Here are some pics of the above mentioned areas

A drone pic I took of the resort

Because I took advantage of the Hyatt to MLife back to Hyatt match I was able to get the Explorist benefits. They were very nice upgrading us to an ocean room, complementary valet, free kosher breakfast buffet (which was truly terrible), and so on...

As for the rental car, since I took part in that glitch several months ago with the Nordic Hertz Presidents Circle, I got upgraded to a beautiful SS Camaro Fifty edition convertible for the price of an economy car and could not be happier!
 Car Pics and heres a drone shot of us driving

As for flights... I booked through Korean Air with Delta for First class (only flight available since I booked last minute). After reading online about the aircraft Delta would be using I was not so excited as it was just a standard recliner and read that it would be a drop down entertainment system but was shocked to see the first class cabin look somewhat new, with a built in TV, and of course very comfortable. My wife's seat would not recline, her TV was glitchy, and they forgot our meal so I tweeted Delta and they offered 25k miles each or $200 voucher. Ended up getting 90k back in DL points by complaining via twitter and then sending in a complaint form online through their portal for both my wife and I.

Here are pics of the cabin

We spent the Friday & Saturday at the resort the whole time and Sunday through the rest of the trip, is when we explored the the wonderful Island and ended up barely spending any time at the resort! We rented snorkeling gear and stopped at several of the beaches as we drove throughout the Island over the course of the next few days:
Poipu Beach- Beautiful beach right by the resort that has a wonderful array of fish and is suitable for beginner snorkels

Waileu Beach- Great place for beginner snorkels as well. Crowded but very fun and a good place to bring kids.

Lawai Beach- Definitely felt as though this beach was for someone who has at least gone snorkeling a couple of times.  The waves were a bit stronger here but this where we sighted several massive sized turtles.

Ka’e Beach- Beautiful beach all the way at one of the ends of the island. Stunning views of the mountain side and ocean. Difficult to get a parking spot.

Polihale beach- was fine to drive with the Camaro... A bit annoying and bumpy but definitely doable. Besides that, it was an amazing sunset view and definitely a place to drive out to.

We of course visited the Queens Bath, Waimea canyon(absolutely stunning), Wailua River Water Falls, and other attractions throughout the island.

As for kosher food we brought from western kosher in LA, purchased a toaster oven from costco, and the typical groceries from the stores in the area.

Points breakdown:
Flights: 45k each Roundtrip with Delta First Class LAX-->LIH
Hotel: 25k (Category 6) each night at Grand Hyatt Kauai for a total of 5 nights
Car Rental: $125 for 3 days with a convertible class car

Minus the 90k I received from Delta and the 25k points from Hyatt for tweeting them a picture of a roach in our room.

P.S. First time writing one of these so sorry about any misformating or any other mistakes :) Also, I am in no way a photographer so keep that in mind (especially when you see the stills I attempted to take from the drone videos)!

October 31, 2017, 11:43:54 AM
Re: Student loans and cc's Good point. Can you also spell student loans. or useless degree:)

(I am not being hostile just funny.)

October 31, 2017, 02:23:19 PM
Re: Hidden city ticketing (There is a thread about this topic with the same name-
search first. read the info easily available. (read some more). then ask in the appropriate thread. No need to reinvent the wheel.)

Landing in EWR from TLV will require you and the whole family to get your luggage and go through customs.  At that point a traveler can go to another gate for a connecting flight to travel further.  Or not.   

October 31, 2017, 07:12:19 PM
Re: Amazon: Avalon water cooler $100 Lowest price ever with Prime Still $100 for me :)
October 31, 2017, 07:22:22 PM
Re: Hidden city ticketing He is married he has no time to read thru appropriate threads :)
October 31, 2017, 07:23:40 PM