Here’s a weekly round up of posts for Week 9 of 2017. Usually every Thursday I put together a collection of news, deals and other stuff that caught my attention in the last few days. I either don’t have the expertise, or was too lazy to write about them. Or maybe they’re just fun reads and not really travel/credit cards/deals related. I’ll add more posts to it during the day if I find anything else that I think will interest you, so check back.
- Private Labeling 101: How to Vet a Product Idea by Frugal Hack – Private labeling is probably the ultimate goal in reselling. I haven’t gotten into it yet. If you’re on the same boat, you should start reading these posts to get ideas and get you started.
- Great freebies at McDonald’s and Potbelly! by PDX Deals Guy – This guy doesn’t post often but he’s back with a yummy deal. Who doesn’t like freebies, especially if it’s food.
- [PA only] ACNB Bank $200 CareFree Checking Bonus by Doctor of Credit – Available in PA only and you must go in branch, but a great bonus if you’re in the state. Only requires a direct deposit.
- Incredible Stacking Deal! 20% off Tumi + 20% Cashback + Amex Offer = Up to 50% in Savings! by Running with Miles – A good post to show you how a $600 item can be purchases for little over $300. With that said, even after discount, the Tumi bag in question is still pretty expensive.
- SYWR/Raise Combo is a Lucrative Way to Save on Everyday Items by Miles for Family – Some more stacking ideas here. Good tips on getting cheap everyday items.
- FARE DEAL: United Business Class to Asia From $1700 Roundtrip!! by View from the Wing – Great deal for business class fare to Asia, although still a bit too much for me to pay out of pocket. Great to see all kinds of low fares popping up though.
- You Asked, We Answered: What’s the Cheapest Way to Get to Europe? by Frugal Travel Guy – A nice round up of best options to get to Europe on points. Also keep an eye out for paid low fares that have been popping up lately. Sometimes you can grab ~$300 RT deals. I usually post some of those deals here.
- Uber Eats no longer accepts Uber ride credits by Miles per Day – Sad to this one go, and I should have been taking advantage of it more.