Kohl’s Gift Card Sale – 11.8% Off While Supplies Last

Kohl's Gift Card

CardCash.com is back with one of its flash sales again, and this time on the docket is retailer Kohl’s.  Now, through 7/19 at 11:59 PM EST, you can get an additional 11.8% off of a Kohl’s Gift Card while supplies last.

This can be made to be an even better deal, especially if you have the Kohl’s Card, where from now until 7/23, if you enter the code BBQ30, you can get 30% off your purchase!

Deal Notes:

Expires: 7/19/2017 at 11:59 PM EST. All CardCash promotions are valid until the expiration date written on the email. Most promotions are not yet available on the app. Maximum $3,000 per customer

About CardCash.com:
Founded in 2009, CardCash.com provides an answer to two common questions: What can I do with all of these gift cards I will never use and how can I easily save money? CardCash pays cash for unwanted gift cards and then sells those cards at a discount. Make money, save money – that’s CardCash.

Amazon Prime Day is Coming July 11th – Are You Ready?

Prime Day
Prime Day is coming!

You have probably heard by now that this year’s Amazon Prime Day will be coming up soon on July 11, 2017. For those unfamiliar with Prime Day, it’s generally a one day only event that Amazon holds for its Prime Members to gain access to deals on items. It is generally the largest shopping day of the year for the online commerce giant, rivaling Black Friday. Read on for more details about this year’s event, in addition to a couple offers Amazon is offering to get this year’s festivities started!

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Amazon Echo – Lowest Price This Year!

Amazon Echo
Will it make its way to your counter?

Today only, Amazon is offering the lowest price yet this year on its Amazon Echo home speaker product, coming in at $129.99.  This amounts to a savings of 28% off of the list price!  Note that the offer ends at 8:59 PM PST today, so make sure you take advantage if you’ve been waiting for a price drop like this.

The Echo holds a place on our counter top and we have loved ours.  In the kitchen, it can come in extremely handy for multiple timers.  Say you have something on the stove, but also have something baking in the oven at the same time.  You can name the different timers, so that way you know which one is ready to go.  We also love it for its integration with Alexa, where you can order Alexa-exclusive voice shopping deals.  There’s also hundreds of Alexa skills you can utilize with it, such as ordering a pizza from Domino’s.  It also integrates nicely with Amazon Music Unlimited, producing a decent quality sound.

See below for more details on the product, and let me know if you have any questions on our usage!

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Brides – Looking To Save Money on Your Wedding?

Wedding
This way to wedding savings.

A wedding.  They can be a time of great joy for the blissfully wedded couples-to-be, with the thoughts of beautiful flowers, gorgeous dresses, cakes, desserts and food galore, plentiful amounts of guests and family members, and the venue of your dreams.  Often though, they can be a time of great stress when it comes to the wedding budget, on both the bride and groom’s families.  Did you know though, that there’s a way to make your wedding shopping not quite as stressful?  Read on!

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Get Half Off Macchiatos at Starbucks Until 6/28!

Macchiatos
Nothing like an iced macchiato 50% off in the summer!

It must be the week of coffee deals after the discounted Starbucks Gift Card deal the other day, as now you can get 50% off any macchiatos at Starbucks now through June 28th!  If you missed out on the gift card sale (or didn’t want additional savings), here’s another deal: use code KCUP25 to get an additional 25% at Starbucks through June 26th!

Deal Notes
Click here to get the offer.

After clicking, you’ll be asked to enter your mobile phone number.

Shortly thereafter, you should receive a text message with the mobile coupon!

Make sure to subscribe on the site, or like our Facebook page so you’re not missing out on deals like the above, and be sure to share with any friends who might be interested as well!

Enjoy!

HT: Slickdeals

Starbucks Gift Cards 15% Off For 24 Hours

Starbucks Gift Cards
There’s a latte to love about 15% off.

We’ve written about CardCash.com before and how they will frequently offer great discounts on already discounted gift cards, or flash sales at popular locations like Starbucks.  They’re back again today with a 24 hour sale of 15% off for Starbucks gift cards.

Discounted gift cards can be a great way to save on places that you know you’re going to shop at or frequently shop at.  They can make great gifts as well!

Deal Notes:

Flash sale: Starbucks 15% Off! 24 hours only!
Expires: 6/20/2017 at 2:00 PM EST. All CardCash promotions are valid until the expiration date written on the email. Most promotions are not yet available on the app. Maximum $3,000 per customer.

About CardCash.com:
Founded in 2009, CardCash.com provides an answer to two common questions: What can I do with all of these gift cards I will never use and how can I easily save money? CardCash pays cash for unwanted gift cards and then sells those cards at a discount. Make money, save money – that’s CardCash.

Review: Shipt and Meijer – Bringing Your Groceries Home

Shipt
Perhaps you’ve seen a few more of these green shirts in Meijer lately?

There is no doubt that one of the biggest impacts on a family’s budget is that of the grocery store.  Depending on what time of day you go, and your patience level, it could also impact your “mental” budget as it were.  We first wrote about the home grocery delivery service, Shipt, back in March, and their partnership with Meijer.  While Shipt originally got its start in 2014, launching in Birmingham, AL, the company has continued to grow and expand partnerships, such as that with Meijer.

Growing up in the Midwest, Meijer was, and has been a pretty household name when it comes to picking up your daily household necessities.  Over time though, customers increasingly busy lives have led to companies like HelloFresh, Blue Apron, and now Shipt realizing that they could provide that convenience of picking up food for customers, while saving them time in the process.  We were recently able to take advantage of a promotion that Shipt was running over the Memorial Day holiday, and thought we would give it a try. Read below the jump for our review.


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Amazon Prime Members – Get Dad a Last Minute Echo or Kindle Today!

Father's Day
Credit: ZDNet

At Script-Notes, we like to spend time to save our readers time, and money.  If you’ve run out of “time” for shopping for Dad for Father’s Day, Amazon has some great deals going on Echo and Kindle devices!  The catch though is you have to be an Amazon Prime Member for them to reach you (or him) in time for Father’s Day.

Read on for more…

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West MI Company Herman Miller Developing The ‘Smart Workplace’

herman miller
Stand up and stretch…

If you work at a desk job in a corporate environment, more than likely the exact chair you’re sitting in came from Herman Miller.  The West Michigan company, which is known mainly for its infamous Aeron chairs, unveiled a new product today named Live OS, with a goal of workplaces and employees being more efficient, energized, health, and happy.  Read on for more about the features.

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Your 5 Most Burning Questions About the Debt Snowball

debt snowball
Let this be your income building up, instead of heading out.

I know when I first started taking an interest in personal finance, one term I heard pop up frequently was that of the debt snowball. For those new to the concept, it is a debt paydown strategy, popularized by Dave Ramsey, where you pay down your debts in order from smallest to largest. This can be applied when you have one or more debt, and are able to afford to pay at least the minimum required payment. Utilizing this method, extra cash is allocated to paying debts with the smallest amount owed. After the smallest debt is paid off, you then move onto paying the next slightly larger small debt above that. Thus seeing the debts drop off one by one, gives you a psychological win as well.

However, there are some questions you might have about the method itself and want to dive in a little bit further. Read on for more.

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