I love using Amazon Prime shipping to get everything to me in 2 days. The only downside is that it’s about $80 a year. I think it’s well worth it, but it’s a deterrent to some.
What happens when I want to buy something from a site that doesn’t have free shipping or doesn’t use Amazon Prime? I’ve just recently discovered a new service that’s offered on quite a few websites, and it offers quick, 2-day shipping. It’s called ShopRunner. The question is, Is it worth it?
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2-Day Shipping FREE for a Year
When you first sign up for ShopRunner, it looks like you’ll have to pay for a year’s worth of shipping; but don’t worry, you won’t have to. It’s as easy as this:
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- Once you’ve signed up for your 30-day trial, don’t order anything just yet.
- Go to your ‘My Account’ page, and select ‘Manage/Cancel Membership’.
- Cancel your account, and make 3 purchases with ShopRunner within the next 90 days.
- Enjoy an extended, year-long subscription for FREE!
[box type=”info” border=”full”]Today’s rebate is presented to you by OCZ – making failing SSD’s like there’s no tomorrow.[/box]
If you don’t know what the above photo is all about, perhaps you should take a look at Live Free Travel Free. I have lowered the price of my book to only $13, making it affordable for even the cheapest of cheapskates. Wanna know why it’s not $9.99?
I make money buying, reselling, and collecting rebates
Live Free Travel Free is one of my favorite personal creations of all time. In the book, I show you exactly how I manage to make $500-$1,000 per month – along with lots of miles and points – by buying and reselling things. I use lots of little tricks to make it happen, and they’re all laid out in the book.
That’s why this book is not two dollars. That’s why it isn’t $9.99. It’s $13, because it demands a higher premium. When you read this book, you’ll know how to scout out deals (or have me do it for you) so that you can buy and sell things, and then collect massive points and miles to travel for free.
This is my number 1 hobby
I like doing a few things in life: coding, P90X’ing, and collecting points and miles. My favorite, by far, is collecting points and miles. You know what’s better than traveling to one of the most luxurious hotels you’ve ever been in? Doing it for free. That’s how I roll. That’s what the book is about. That’s what The Rich Life is about.
I don’t mind if you don’t care for my hobby, but my goal is to reach out to people with similar interests and relate with them. I want to share new tips and tricks with others so that they can get in on the success I have every day.
Make it happen, cap’n
If the thought of constantly getting prepaid cards in the mail makes you raise your eyebrows, it’s time you step it up. Head over to Live Free Travel Free, and buy the book. Read it. Live it. Make some money, earn some points|miles, and go do something awesome.
If you’ve ever hooked up to the (finally) free WiFi at Starbucks, you know how painfully slow it is. Well, like all things, you’ll also only know how slow it really is if you have speedy home WiFi to compare it to. Let’s delve into the difference between home internet speeds, mobile broadband (cell) speeds, and dreadful public hotspot speeds. Continue reading “Why does public WiFi suck so much?”
But it wasn’t about the money. I know, I know, you’re probably thinking this guy is insane because he will do anything to get a deal – yet getting rid of his smartphone wasn’t about the money? Well… it wasn’t. Continue reading “I got rid of my smartphone”
You’ll notice the title ribbon of this post is green. That means that this is a post about money.
Well, there’s some travel involved too, but I’m not getting into details about either.
If you want to travel more – and for free – I’ve got something for you. Want to get paid all the while? Yup, got that covered. Want to join a community of people with the same goals to discuss how to win, win, win? Well, then.
I am pouring my heart and soul into this thing, because it’s what I love to do. I am freaking passionate about this stuff, and it’s time I took on an apprentice or two… or one thousand. If you want to join my SlickDealing, traveling tribe, get ready. This thing is about to happen folks, and it’s going to be like nothing you’ve ever seen before.
I love deals. Let me say that again. I love deals. I will go to any length to pay less than retail for a product, and most of the time far less than retail. It’s part of how I live my Rich Life.
Many people were trampled this Black Friday, many were cut in line, and some fared even worse. For a BlackBerry! Come on!
Yours truly, however, did not have to wait in a single line for my slamming Black Friday deal. I’ve been disappointed with the past two Black Fridays, and I hoped for better deals for 2011. You see, when you hunt for deals as much as I do, most of the Black Friday “deals” aren’t really deals at all. Retailers have to REALLY slash prices to grab my attention. Continue reading “The best SSD deal on Black Friday (and how I did it)”