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SAS is giving out free luggage tags to all SAS Eurobonus members. Just email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject BagTag and include your EuroBonus number in the email.
Budget Travel is giving away beer cozies for their new sister magazine Girlfriend Getaways. There aren’t a whole lot of ’em according to this post, but something about the title of the mag just sounds appealing, yknow? (I think the magazine is actually about women getting away together, so not applicable to all readers perhaps, but on the other hand . . .)
Sign up to receive (3) $10 gift certificates almost immediately by email from Ted’s Montana Grill. So I haven’t been a big fan of Ted Turner since the ’80s when he was a huge Ayn Rand fan, but I do kinda dig the buffalo meatloaf…
I’m hardly an eBay veteran, though I won by first item there at least 6 years ago. For some reason, every so often I’d find something I wanted and I’d bid on it and… usually lose. What little I know about auctions suggests to me that people ought to bid their highest amount for an item, since eBay will only make you pay the amount that’s a single increment higher than the next highest bidder. But that isn’t how people bid. So I finally signed up with a sniping service, AuctionSniper.com, based on some recommendations from Flyertalk. I’m testing it out this evening, but like it quite a bit so far. If you want to sign up for a free account (with 3 free snipes), you can use my referral link at no cost to…
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Signing up for an email newsletter nets you a free copy of Freakonomics.After completing the form I get the following message: Your copy of Freakonomics will be on its way to you shortly. Plus, you’ve been entered for a chance to win a Magellan® eXplorist™ 500 LE handheld GPS*.
I won’t actually drink Sutter Home wine, but I will take a free corkscrew…