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Just confirmed that a Office Depot store in NYC DOES have Vanilla Reload Cards. I don't if that's every OD NYC. But I called one.

Also I just called up a CVS store in NYC & they said that they do carry it but I must purchase it or to reload it ONLY in cash or debit.

Is their any other cards that you can load the bluebird card with besides the vanilla reload card?

Does anyone know if you can use a office depot gift card to load the vanilla reload card?

Deals/Deal Requests / Re: internet fax services
« on: October 21, 2012, 11:04:13 PM »
Anyone have any experience with I don't really receive faxes. I mainly need something that is easy to use & send a lot of faxes. I use Adobe & PDF files. Any suggestions is very much appreciated.

Deals/Deal Requests / Re: what to do with my sprint upgrade
« on: October 21, 2012, 12:08:14 AM »
Nobody will make a good offer on an iPhone you didn't get yet. Especially if they are backed up and the exact shipping date is not known.

That is a true point, but at least it will give him a feel if he can make the amount of money that he could sell it on ebay for & without having to pay ebay fees, so even if the value drops from when he actually has it in his hands, he can still possibly make money not only cut even because he doesn't have to pay for any ebay fees.

Deals/Deal Requests / Re: what to do with my sprint upgrade
« on: October 20, 2012, 09:47:28 PM »
and my dilemma is, is the hassle worth? how much can i make?

I would try selling it just regular without ebay, for example on dansdeals. You can try putting up for sale on the thread that's for people who want to sell their iPhone 5 & just write that I didn't get it yet & that when I find the best margin between what the buyer is offering & the gigabyte I will order it then.

Deals/Deal Requests / Re: Free $25 serve credit on loading of $25
« on: October 20, 2012, 08:41:31 PM »
What exactly do you mean by "their load by cc isn't worth it"?

Also when is the earliest date that I can take out the total $50? How long do I have to wait?

Deals/Deal Requests / Re: Lowes 10% Off Coupon Code
« on: October 19, 2012, 05:09:36 PM »
Anyone know of any other 10% off coupon to Lowe's that don't require you to move?

in ca i have to pay a bottle deposit. if i order from this deal, do i get charged it?
bec theres always sales for $3 a case in grocery stores here. but if i would save the $1.20 bottle deposit...
not to mention the shlepping

Correct no bottle deposit through this deal online, even if you live in a place where you usually have to pay bottle deposit.

i was in staples today amd they are charging 2 for $6 so

Don't forget that there's bottle deposit if you live in one of the states that you have to pay, so that makes each case $4.20 plus the shlepping.

Retail or wholesale?  Don't the Arizona's have $.99 written on the can?  Unless you're referring to the bottle..

You mean the deposit doesn't apply for tea??!! :o  What??!  Why the discrimination?  This sounds weird.They are Coca Cola.

I was referring to a retail sale. Yes I'm talking about the 16.9 oz. plastic bottles. Correct no deposit on tea or tax. Yes. Idk why but I know on tea's they don't charge. It may sound weird, but this is the fact that I have experienced. Also on Snapple there's no bottle deposit or taxes.

Some ppl call it a loss leader some ppl call it just a leader.  But yes that's very true :-)

Yes that's what it's called. Thanks very much, "A Loss Leader". Lose on some items to get them into the store to buy other items as well.

Wow, that's ridiculous. !ברכה והצלחה
Can you share how much you pay for Arizona -retail?
Nestea?  Isn't that Coca Cola?

Amen. Thanks. I sometimes get on a good deal $3.88 per case of 12pk, so that is $.32 per bottle & the good part is that there is no bottle deposit or tax on them because they are teas, I usually sell the for $1 or $1.25 depending on the location. So we are talking about a 300% profit minimum,
Idk if they are Coca Cola, but it makes no different cause they have separate sales for the Nestea or Arizona.
Hope I answered your questions.

yes i too had these q's, so according to coke - they said it all depends on ur tax bracket, (if i recall correctly) and in addition, wal mart and shoprite do huge numbers so they pay less per can, while the small busnisses are forced to pay more,

Yes that's a true point you mention. But there's also something called a loss leader, which is basically that stores will cut even or even lose on an item to get you into their store. So their are many different reasons/explanations given why this is so. But a lot of stores have different deals with the the Companies etc... Yes you bring up a very good point.

wow..kol hakavod to you, much hatzlacha!

Amen. Thanks so much. & by you too in all your endeavors.

Interesting.  So you mean it comes out cheaper to buy retail than to buy wholesale??!

100%. I'll give you small example, at one point (when I got big enough) I wanted to order from Coke directly, they told me it's $6 for a case of 12pk of soda cans (12 oz.), That's $.50 a can. If you go into your local supermarket chain, they have cans on sale every week or every couple of weeks for something like 3 for $11 or 4 for $12, were talking huge differences.
Great question.

How much do you pay for a 20 once bottle of soda?

To be honest I usually don;t sell 20 oz. unless I get them in a good deal. I usually buy the cans & sometime the skinny 16.9 oz. soda bottles. Cans is where I see a lot of profit. Also the Nestea & Arizona 16.9 oz bottles, there's good profit margin on those when you get them on sale.

Deals/Deal Requests / Re: Coned Savings
« on: October 18, 2012, 12:16:18 AM »
If you read from the beginning of this thread, you'd see that there are other ESCO's which are actually cheaper.
This has nothing really to do with the rep, that's a side issue.  Issue was, they're not cheaper IME and many others.

Yes I have, & fully understand what your saying. & yes you do bring up very valid points, that should be mentioned.

How often does everyone buy water that they are so worried about saving 36 cents on a case

Well I have a vending business so I sell in quantity, so every penny is multiplied many times. So it actually equals a significant amount at end of the day.

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