Target Circle Week is coming up fast. Target Circle members will enjoy special discounts and even a nice freebie from March 5 – 11, 2023.
You can visit the Target Circle Week page on the Target site to presave special discount that can be used during the week. Things like 20% off select skincare and other deals. (I don’t want to give it all away)!
Perhaps one of the most exciting offerings is a FREE 1 yr TripAdvisor+ membership for Target Circle members. Just in time to plan your summer vacations, road trips, honeymoon, weekend getaways, or day trips.
Not a Target Circle member yet? It’s ok you can still sign up, it’s free. Even after Target Circle week is over you earn rewards throughout the year. The closest Target to me is a 45 min drive so I do most of my Target shopping online and still earn rewards.
If you’re a Target fanatic you can even apply for a Target Redcard. Did you know that there are 3 different types of Target Redcards, each offering their own benefits? There’s the Target Redcard credit card, Target Redcards debit card, and Target Redcard reloadable. Check out the Target Redcard page to see the benefits of each.
Don’t forget that Target also offer free shipping on orders of $35+ so you have that for added savings too! I have to wonder if there won’t be surprise deals too. Who knows, I guess we’ll have to find out.
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I’ve had CVS Carepass for a while now, I think it’s going on 2 years. Or, at least, close to it. I had seen the signs in the store prior to that and mostly ignored them. I thought it was just another program that you pay for and just don’t see the benefits beyond the first month or so. I was wrong. I love it, I have no intention of getting rid of it, and there are way more benefits than I initially realized.
CVS Carepass is only $5 a month. Each month get a $10 CVS carepass reward. It automatically loads right to your CVS card each month on the same day. So right there it pays for itself. You can use your $10 CVS Carepass reward on almost anything in the store (not prescriptions ). It’s almost like getting a $10 gift card every month. Also your $10 CVS Carepass rewards stacks with sales, coupons, etc. So like I said, almost like a gift card.
Another benefits to CVS Carepass? 20% off CVS Health Brand products and Live Better Products every day. It’s nice to save 20% off CVS Health Brand products when I need to grab bandaids or tummy medicines or feminine products.
CVS will occasionally offer freebies for Carepass members too that will load to your card. You can also get free 1-2 shipping when at least one Carepass eligible item is added to your order. (Some other restrictions may apply)
In my opinion, CVS Carepass pays for itself. The monthly $10 CVS Carepass Reward in itself makes it worth it. And the 30 day free trial is a great way to test it out. I make sure I stop at CVS at least once a month to use my Carepass. It ends up being more than that though with the 20% CVS Health Products though.
Sign up for your free month of CVS Carepass to start saving today!
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I was contacted by Dealspotr to become a Dealspotr ambassador about 2 months ago. Before that contact I didn’t really know much about what they offered. Having used the site now for about 2 months fairly frequently, I feel like I just had to share this site with you.
First off, let’s say you’re about to buy something online, I dunno, from Groupon maybe. You’re wondering “hmm are their any coupon codes I can use to save me some money?” So you go to Dealspotr and check. You might see several listed. There, maybe you just saved yourself 10% on that thing you were buying anyway.
Deals are posted by people like you and me. But what incentive do you have to take the time to posts deals? How about earning karma points. Each time you level up you earn an Amazon gift card. Obviously the more good deals you post the quicker you earn those Amazon gift cards.
So the next question, and what I had to ask, How do I know the deals are legit then? I mean people might just throw up any old thing to earn points right? WRONG, Dealspotr checks to make sure the deals work. If they don’t they take them down. Post enough inaccurate ones and you won’t be posting anymore. Dealspotrs can also flag a deal if they don’t feel it’s legit or it’s expired.
The best thing about all this, it’s free. Free to post deals, free to get the deals. As I’ve said, I’ve been using the site for 2 months. I’ve already earned one Amazon gift card and I’m only 330 Karma points away right now from earning my next.
You can sign up for Dealspotr here.
Recycle bank is featuring some of their rewards this week featured at only 25 points to redeem. Still more there will be a different “Sweetheart” deal each day that you can redeem for only 5 points. Today’s feature is for $10 off a purchase at FTD.
Browse the rewards and see what you can get for earning easy recycling reward points:
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