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Deals/Deal Requests / Free White Sox Tickets
« on: January 09, 2015, 01:11:57 PM »
The White Sox have once again opened up membership to their Kids Club. This year their are two membership tiers. The lower tier, 'Slugger Club' is free for up to five kids per household and includes:

Pack of White Sox Baseball Player Cards
Two (2) Upper Level game tickets
Two (2) Digital Newsletters
Other special ticket and merchandise discounts

A total of ten free tickets per household are available.

To sign up go to: ‎http://chicago.whitesox.mlb.com/cws/fan_forum/kidsclub_index.jsp

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Deals/Deal Requests / Free Box of Zantac after Mail-In Rebate
« on: January 05, 2015, 06:28:05 PM »
Valid for Purchases 1/4/15-1/12/15. Up to $11 for one box of Zantac 75 (30ct) or Zantac 150 (24ct).

http://www.zantacoffers.com/
http://www.zantacoffers.com/pdf/1410-173_request_form_Portrait_v3.pdf

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http://www.mybpstation.com/chicago-giveaway/

Started out with 100K codes, only 39K left. Code gives you one time savings of $.50/gallon up to 20 gallons, exp. 11/05/12.

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Credit Cards / Google Wallet Master Thread
« on: September 19, 2011, 10:39:16 PM »
Now that the US Mint deal is no longer, there may be a new way of "buying money" with your credit card.

Google launched its new NFC Payment App - Google Wallet - today, and buried in an article on CNET about the launch was this:
"Citibank, MasterCard, and Sprint are the initial launch partners for the service. What this means for users is that, initially, virtually the only credit cards that will work with Google Wallet are Citibank MasterCards. Google is also offering a Google Prepaid MasterCard as well, a workaround for people who may not have a Citibank MasterCard. People who want to use this card can preload money from other credit cards onto the Google prepaid card. And then they can make purchases using the phone."

As I read this I thought that depending on whether Google would charge such transactions as a cash advance or as a purchase, this may be able to be used to meet spending deadlines or the like. I'm sure that there will be monthly caps, etc., but we'll find out more as more information is released about the service.

I don't have a Nexus S, but I'm hoping to get the Nexus Prime when it comes out in November and would use this then. In the meantime, if anyone has a Nexus S, try thisout and let us know what happens...

You can read the whole CNET article here http://news.cnet.com/8301-30686_3-20108224-266/google-wallet-opens-for-business/.

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