Get $10 off first two Uber rides with Citibank (new Uber customers)

The credit card company bromance with Uber continues with another offer, this one from Citibank. If you sign-up for a new Uber account (not existing customers), and use your Citibank credit card when prompted for a credit card, and use promo code CITICARD, you will receive $10 off each one of your first two riders with Uber. Terms and conditions apply as usual.

20% select Smart Home Services

If you want to install various smart home services to your home and don’t know how to do it, or don’t have the time to do so, Amazon has a new limited time offer, you get an automatic 20% off discount in the shopping cart (no coupon code needed) when you purchase select Smart Home services. The list of available options and more details are shown on their website.

I haven’t used this service, so I cannot tell you how it works or what to expect. But I know how to find discounts 🙂

Spend 1000+ Plenti Points at Exxon-Mobil, Get 200 bonus points [must activate]

If you are participating in the Plenti rewards program, check your email or their website or their app! A new promotion is rolling out that you must first activate before you can use. With this promotion, you get 200 bonus Plenti points if you redeem at least 1000 Plenti points at an Exxon-Mobil gas station. This is very easy to go, all you have to do is fill up at least $10 in gas, and you get a $2 equivalent as a bonus! You will also earn the regular Plenti gas bonus.

Promotion ends November 30 in 2017. If you are very close to this, you may want to drive around the block a couple of times. It is a good idea every time you refill your gas to reset your mileage counter and calculate your mileage. It’s a good way to monitor the health of your car. A sudden or unexplainable drop in mileage can be an early warning of bigger troubles ahead!

Bing Rewards: 5250 points for a $5 Dell e-gift card

If you are participating in the Bing Rewards program, they currently have a redemption discount limited-time promotion. You use up 5250 of your points and for that you get a $5 Dell electronic gift certificate. The typical redemption amount for $5 e-gift cards is 6250. The rest of the options are not currently discounted.

You earn Bing Rewards by using their search engine and completing various tasks (eg quizzes), while logged on to your Microsoft account. You can do this on mobile and on desktop. They even have an Android Bing app you can use for this while trying to fall asleep 🙂

Free Insulated Travel Bag with 1-Year AARP membership for $16 total

AARP is on a recruiting drive. Before you recycle all the promotional material in this week’s circular ads in your mailbox, IF you are interested in signing up or renewing an AARP, membership, look for an envelope-style offer from them. Inside that you will find the offer: you pay $16 for one year and as a gift you receive a FREE blue plaid insulated travel bag.

The promotion is good for both new members and renewals. It is stated clearly in the pink form! This promotion runs until January 31st in 2018.

There is no mention of a brand name for the free travel bag.

T-Mobile Tuesday for 10/2/17 has four solid offers including MLB Shop and Free Prints

T-Mobile Tuesdays are having good back to back weeks. The previous week was headlined by a clear stadium bag. The October 2nd (2017) have four solid offers:

  • ten FREE 4×6″ photo prints at CVS (store pickup only)
  • another $2 to spend at Dunkin Donuts
  • $20 to spend at the MLB Shop
  • option to buy “My Little Pony” tickets for $2

So nothing “tangible” like a stadium bag, but a solid round of options!

T-Mobile Tuesdays for 9/26/17 get you a FREE Stadium Bag, $2 at Dunkin, and more

T-Mobile Tuesdays are back with a good lot for September 26 in 2017! You get a clear T-Mobile branded stadium bag (you pick it up at the T-Mobile brick and mortar stores ~ if you are nice to their employees and they have too many of them, you may be able to score more of them), and a $2 Dunkin Donuts gift card (if you have Dunkin stores near you).

The other two offers are not as good, unless you need to buy a Ultimate Ears bluetooth speaker from the T-Mobile B&M stores (probably at full price): you get a 25% off discount. And last but not least, is a 1-month subscription to “StudyBlue PRO”, which I’m assuming is some kind of a service for college students.

T-Mobile Tuesday freebies for 9/5/17 a mixed bag

It’s a mixed bag as far as the September 5 (2017) T-Mobile Tuesdays are concerned. You get two media freebies and two coupons. The best freebie is a brand new arrival at Tuesdays, a free 4-week online course at Shaw Academy. The other freebie is a 1-day free rental at Redbox kiosks. That’s good!

The bad are a sad $25 in Restaurant.com nonsense, along with the usual Shell discount, which is only of use if you already use Shell. And it’s a coupon, not a freebie 🙂

T-Mobile August 29 Tuesday FREEBIES are good!

T-Mobile customers, don’t forget to remember to check your Tuesday freebies on August 29 (2017), you have three pretty good freebies, along with a coupon! They are:

  • $5.50 Vudu store credit (you can use on rentals or purchases, multiple transactions until the amount is depleted or it expires)
  • 1-Year Subscription to either Teen Vogue or Glamour (digital, not print)
  • ten free photo prints at Walgreens
  • 25% off coupon at Hotel Storm

If you have multiple lines, you can get multiples of each promotion, however, some companies (eg Vudu) place weekly limits on how many freebies you can redeem per individual account. So you can only have one $5.50 credit per Vudu account per week, even if you have four T-Mobile lines.

Nice freebies for the August 22 T-Mobile Tuesdays

Rejoice T-Mobile users! The August 22, 2017 is a pretty good mix of actual freebies! Four out of the five items are actually good, a pretty good percentage!

The freebies are:

  • a FREE Basic Oil Change at your Meineke (cars and light trucks only)
  • FREE 1-Month of Drama Fever streaming service
  • $10 off at Lids, online or in-store
  • 30% off a Local Groupon (see terms for restrictions)
  • 25% off at HotelStorm

The other carriers have been rebooting their rewards programs to bridge the gap between them and Tuesdays, but they are not making any dent. Especially sad is AT&T’s attempt at a reward program 🙂

T-Mobile Tuesday for 8/15/17 include $100 Postmates Delivery Fee Credit and more

The freebies for the August 15 (2017) of the T-Mobile Tuesdays have been revealed and there are two brand new freebies coming! You will get a $100 delivery fee service credit at Postmates, and a FREE Sonic CD Steam game.

If you are not familiar with Postmates, this $100 credit only covers their service fee. Not the purchase price of products of services. So it’s not $100 to spend at Postmates, but $100 worth in covering the Delivery Fee part of the Postmates bill.

The third item is a coupon really, you can watch the new movie Hitman for $4 per ticket. This is a recurring offer that features different new movie theatrical releases.

Good freebies on August 1st for T-Mobile Tuesdays

If you are a T-Mobile customer, make sure you remember to scoop up the freebies on Tuesday August 1st in 2017! You get two digital subscriptions, and one free B&M food, along with two coupons!

The three real freebies are:

  • Free Small Slurpee at a local 711 store
  • Free 3-month subscription to IndieFLEX (indie movies and documentaries; ad free; this is pretty good for FREE!)
  • Free subscription for soccer fans to the Bayern TV Plus (German football team)

And then we have two coupons, 50% off a local Groupon but the discount is capped to $10 (obviously, but still good). And the return of the Shell gas coupon.

T-Mobile Tuesdays for July 25 include a free Towel (!)

T-Mobiles plans, prices and attitude may be becoming more and more like AT&T and Verizon, but their T-Mobile Tuesdays continue! Their July 25 (2017) includes actual towels, with giant T-Mobile Tuesdays verbiage on them, and you can pick these up at your local brick-and-store T-Mobile stores.

The other freebie of this week is a free Disney e-book from Story Central.

The other three offers are “coupons”. The most interesting one is a brick and mortar one as well. You get 25% off select Samsung accessories. You are limited to the inventory available at your local store and by what items are participating in the promotion. Still, if you are part of the Samsung ecosystem, and you want to buy an accessory that has more or less similar prices everywhere, this is a good opportunity.

The other two coupons are returning from previous weeks, 25% off at Papa Johns pizza, and at a hotels website.

T-Mobile Tuesdays have a good set of actual freebies for 7/18/17

They are back in form! The T-Mobile Tuesday offers for Tuesday 7/18/17 have actual freebies! This is a good set of freebies too! You get the returning $5.50 Vudu store credit, which you can use any which way you like – you can rent movies, or buy TV shows or movies. This is an actual credit, so if they have a 10c sale on movies (which they often do these days to celebrate their 10 year anniversary), you can rent them all and still have credit left for other purchases or rentals. This is very nice, unlike the FandangoNOW credit which can only be spent on a single item. Good on Vudu!

But wait, there’s more good freebies! Using the Bookshout e-book service (this is a promotional type of a website that is designed for giveaways ~ it seems) you can get an e-book on the lovely National Parks. And this is a brand name ebook, by National Geographic which is also sponsoring some of the prizes of the day.

And there’s more! The aptly named FreePrints app is offering a dozen free prints and more importantly, they come with free shipping too. Ten of them are the standard 4×6 size, while two are the larger 5×7 inch.

Rounding out the action are two coupons, 25% off at Papa Johns (better ingredients [allegedly], better pizza [allegedly]), and 25% off at a hotel booking service.

YMMV (Targeted): 5% back on AT&T Universal card

This offer is a very YMMV, as it appears to be a targeted offer, perhaps to encourage people who are not using their AT&T Universal card as much as their computers think they should be 🙂

If you have received this offer, by email or by mail, it goes like this: you earn 5% as a statement credit on purchase made with the card until 9/30/17. This includes almost all purchases, it is not a quarterly reward type. However, the maximum you can earn through this promotion is a $25 bonus, which means it phases out either at $500+ in purchase or $625+ (if they only count the 4% towards the bonus since you earn 1% anyway with the Universal card).

Excluded are AT&T purchases and similar offers that earn a similar or higher percentage already.

You MUST first activate the offer before you can earn the bonus! Here’s a screenshot of what I received: