ShopRite Coupon Deals: Week of 4/7

Here are the deals this week at ShopRite. Prices are valid 4/7 – 4/13, unless otherwise stated. $1.00 or Less Schick Disposable Razors $4.49 Use $4.00/1 – Schick or Skintimate Disposable Razor Pack OR Schick Xtreme5 or Schick Hydro Silk 3 Razor or Refill from SS 4/7 Final Price: $0.49 Galbani Mozzarella $1.99 Use $1.00/1 – Galbani product (galbanicheese.com) Final Price: $0.99 Dole Pineapple $1.00 Use $0.50/2 – Dole Canned Pineapple 20 oz from SS 4/7 Final Price: $0.75 each, when you buy 2, or $0.50 with double Lysol Wipes…

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Uplifting ThankYou Points

ThankYou Points have always confused me. I collected some (about 36K) back in the day via bank account automation and being CitiGold, and had a handful of ThankYou Points from the Credit Card side (about 7000, no idea why). The program has been baffling to me because they have so many arbitrary rules: Bank pts are different from credit card pts Regular credit card pts are different from ‘Premium’ credit card pts If you combine or merge points, one set of them expires in 90 days… etc Too much hassle…

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Day’s wrap: Tod’s, Chanel, Rent the Runway, Dorchester, Gucci and gold

Luxury Daily’s live news from April 5 – Tod’s taps Alber Elbaz for “unconventional project”; Chanel heads to the beach at Barneys; Rent the Runway extends sharing economy vision to childrenswear; Dorchester pulls hotel social profiles amid boycott; Gucci showcases eclectic aesthetic in Milan pop-up; Karat gold brand threatened by regulatory moves: Richline exec. * This article was originally published here

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Black Forest Gummy Bears, Only $0.50 at Family Dollar!

Pick up this quick and easy deal at Family Dollar! Buy a bag of Black Forest Gummy Bears, priced at $1.00. Submit your receipt to Ibotta to receive a $0.50 rebate offer. Your final cost will be just $0.50. Buy 1 Black Forest Gummy Bears, 4.5 oz $1.00, regular price Submit one $0.50/1 – Black Forest Gummy Bears, Select Variety – 9 oz. or smaller, rebate via ibotta.com (ibotta.com) Pay $1.00, submit for $0.50 Ibotta credit Final Price: $0.50 m&m’s, just $0.42 at walgreens! The post Black Forest Gummy Bears,…

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The pros and cons of becoming a rideshare driver

With so many possible side hustles available in today’s gig economy, how do you decide which to choose? Today, I want to make the case that driving with for a rideshare company is a plausible choice for several reasons. But there are also some major distractions that you should be aware of before signing up. My name is Josh Overmyer. I’ve completed over 2900 rides as an Uber/UberEats driver-partner since 2014. I know what you’re thinking: “That’s a lot of rides!” It is. And I’ve learned a lot in that…

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Ramblings from my latest Minimum Spend rush

I’ve happily moved away from almost all manufactured spend, but recently found myself with a somewhat pressing need to meet some hefty minimums.  I learned some good lessons here, that perhaps will help.  One thing I’ll suggest is that if you’re currently happy with doing giftcards/money orders or have some other gigs running, it might be harder to get onboard with what I’ve been up to, so put it in the someday/maybe file. Need Requirements Before Spend Requirements was need.  I needed 6 nights (2 nights then 4 nights) of…

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Tip: Brokerage Account Bonuses are Negotiable

This is a guest post from Robert Dwyer You’re familiar with credit card and bank account signup bonuses, but once you’ve signed up for all the cards and wrestled with all the viable banks for signup bonuses you might also want to look into brokerage account bonuses. Why? Because they can be quite lucrative. In exchange for opening a new brokerage account and transferring a specified amount of money or securities into a new brokerage account and keeping it there a certain amount of time you can earn a signup bonus.…

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