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Found this to be a very informative article, surprised that @Dan never made such a post, definitely worthwhile spending some time to put out a post that way all  DD/DDF members can make use out of their miles as well as well as their kid's miles and like mentioned over there ba and JetBlue one can pool them (then again even when pooling there's the ups and then the Downs of doing that,like with ba limited to who you can book a ticket for if you have a household account.)

For a limited time, save $10 off your $20 Computers, Tablets, and Accessories order when you purchase through the Amazon Assistant web extension ( Click on the Amazon Assistant icon in your desktop browser to view offer. Enter code IINX8JOTC at checkout. Here's how (restrictions apply)

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For a limited time, select Amazon Assistant customers like you can receive a $10 promotional credit off their first eligible Computers, Tablets, and Accessories order of $20 or more on initiated through the Amazon Assistant desktop web extension. • Eligible orders must be initiated through the Amazon Assistant web extension. •   Offer expires at the earlier of 11:59 p.m. (PT) June 12, 2019, or while promotional supplies last. •   Offer only applies to orders of $20 or more of Computers, Tablets, and Accessories products sold by or Amazon Digital Services LLC (look for "sold by" or “sold by Amazon Digital Services LLC” on the product detail page). Products sold by third-party sellers or other Amazon entities will not qualify for this offer, even if "fulfilled by" or "Prime Eligible." •   Offer does not apply to digital content or Amazon Gift Cards. •   The $10 promotional credit will be automatically applied to your customer account when you click for redemption. Then look for the promotional credit at Checkout. • Eligible items must be purchased in a single order and shipped at the same speed to a single address. •   Offer limited to one per customer and account. •   Offer only redeemable by the original recipient. •   Offer may not be combined with other offers. •   Taxes, shipping and handling, and gift wrap charges do not apply when determining minimum purchase amount. •   The maximum benefit you may receive from this offer is $10. •   Offer is non-transferable and may not be resold. •   Offer discount will be allocated proportionally among all eligible items in your order. •   Shipping charges and taxes may apply to the full value of discounted and free promotional items. •   If any of the products or content related to this offer are returned, your refund will equal the amount you paid for the product or content, subject to applicable refund policies. •   Amazon reserves the right to modify or cancel the offer at any time. •   If you violate any of these terms, the offer will be invalid.

Looking to spend in the 50 to $70 range on a portable jump starter , and preferably one with an air compressor to inflate tires.

  Anyone have one that they would recommend, here's three below which I would go with, not sure how many cranking amps suffice for an average car? Do I need 350 starting cranking amps or 500 needed?

 Here's three different ones that I was thinking about buying.

STANLEY FATMAX 700/350 Amp Jump Starter w/120 PSI Compressor (J7CS)

Reason to get this one is it's $50 and has the air.


STANLEY 1000/500 Amp Jump Starter w/120 PSI Compressor (J5C09)

Has air and this one higher cranking amps.

 Or this one for $60 but without the air, don't want to carry around an air pump and a jumper, when I can have a jumper and air compressor without the need to plug it into any socket.

STANLEY 1000/500 Amp 12V Jump Starter with LED Light and USB (J509)

There's another one which I see a lot of, chaverim, mechanics seem to have the " clore automotive Jump And Carry" version for a few dollars more, worth splurging to get that one?

 Any feedback will be much appreciated.

There's still a few sizes left as well as black and brown to choose from.

Use code for 50% off. "MCQLGELS"

Use this one link to choose amongst the sizes and colors.

   Has anyone ever had luck calling UA, DL, LY ,AC or even one of the European carriers and try to get a group discount for booking 7-10 pax RT?
 Worth a call? Or wasting my time, and best off looking for a mileage ticket or cash tickets?


Bosch 3300 Premium FILTECH Oil Filter ($3.55)

 These sell for a lot more, there's 12 different ones to choose from, hopefully one of them match to your vehicle.

Use code for 15%


$257 Bose 35

Number is. 1347-603-5685

Or Whoscall, or hiya, show caller ,call app, Mr number, call block, caller ID ... Any of these should work as well .

I made a booking with them, but when calling the hotel to confirm my booking they have no clue what i'm talking about, all i got from this website was a voucher which i'm supposed to bring along with me when i go, i don't want to show up and then they tell me, what you showing us? some random slip of paper?
 Has any ever used them before and had used a voucher to show upon arrival?

Curios what others use to help with the seasons allergy.
 Very common allergy when the spring is around with all the trees and grass growing. The pollen is real bad for some.
 What do you guys use which you find works the best?

 Been using zrytex from quite some time but it's not best, makes you drowsy and doesn't seem to last that long or because I'm taking it at night that way it doesn't make me drowsy, or am I supposed to be taking it in the morning?
 Or is there another allergy med that works well?

Yes some use a nose spray and eye drops..

On The Road / Legalize Scooter sharing in NY? Lime Scooters!
« on: May 07, 2019, 05:02:44 PM »

I would love to have electric scooter sharing as a transportation option in my city. That's why I hope you will support Assembly Bill A7431 so that communities throughout the state can have access to dockless scooters.

In areas underserved by public transit, scooters can provide an affordable and reliable first and last mile transportation option — often only costing users a $1 flat fee and an additional $0.15-$0.20 per minute. The standard fee for dock-free bike rides is a third of CitiBike’s price and comparable to a subway or bus fare, allowing people of any income or zip code to move around more easily.

As cities around the world embrace micromobility, New York should not be left behind. Please take action to ensure new and innovative transportation options are available for communities throughout our state.

Can I count on you to co-sponsor A7431?

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