It seems that with every sweepstakes or giveaway site, there is a catch. You have to buy something or you are attacked with spam. With WhoGets.com there is none of that. It is free and you will not receive spam. It is also a cool concept where the members vote on who gets the prize.
The title may be a slight over statement, but DealKing.com has just launched our affiliate program. You can now earn cash referring your friends to a place that saves them money, makes them money, is free, no catch, etc. In other words, you are doing them a favor.
Our affiliate program not only pays you .50 for every one that signs up, but $5 for everyone that buys a No Contract AT&T GO Phone. Most Go Phones end up being free after the $25 cash back. We will also pay you for other sales as well. If you send some one over to us and they pick up a free AT&T no contract prepaid go phone, you get paid $5.
The new Tmobile @home or athome internet phone service seems to be a great deal for $10 per month.
Unlike competitors, the $10 per month is not an introductory price. It costs less than half the price of comparable “digital” phone plans from Vonage, AT&T and Verizon. All charge close to $25.00 per month or more.
To qualify for the home plan, customers have to have a T-Mobile cell phone package of at least $39.99.
The T-Mobile plan requires you to have a broadband Internet connection for it to work.
The new T-Mobile service also requires a wireless router. If you commit to a two-year contract with the company. They will sell you a router for $50.
HERE IS THE DEAL:
1) Sign-up for a new T mobile $39.99+ contract on a two-year agreement through DealKing.com and get $50 cash back. Be sure to search the DealKing.com T mobile store for more deals and coupons.
2) Sign-up for T mobile at home service. Send us at DealKing, a copy of your new at home service order and we will e-mail you a $20 international phonecard that can be used to make a ton of domestic or international calls. In order to qualify for the $20 phonecard, you must have qualified for the $50 cash back. The phonecard and the $50 cash back are through DealKing.com.
We are now paying $9.00 for a prepaid cell phone purchase and activation and $50 for the purchase and activation of a 2 year agreement with T mobile.
Again, with DealKing there is no catch. Just register for us, click through our link directly to T mobile, and then buy from T mobile. It is that easy.
This is clever. You can get an extra $120 to $200+ off most AT&T phones with a plan.
Here is how it works.
1) Register for free for DealKing.com (Free, no catch, and no spam).
2) Go to the DealKing.com AT&T Wireless Postpaid store. DealKing.com pays $70 cash back for AT&T Wireless phone purchases with a plan through the site. DealKing.com shares their commission with you.
3) Click through the $50 coupon link to go directly to the AT&T store, but make sure you are signed into DealKing. It will let you know.
4) Purchase nearly any phone with a plan. With the DealKing.com cash back and the DealKing.com $50 coupon link you are already up to $120.00 saved for 2 minutes of work.
5) There is more. Through 7/19/08 there is a rebate form that lists over 50 phones with additional rebates of up to $100. AT&T rebate form for a bunch of phones.
The rebate works for all of these phones:
$25 LG CG180
$20 Samsung A117
$50 LG TRAX
$150 PalmTreo 680NC
$10 Samsung A747 (SLM)
$20 Samsung A117
$10 Motorola Q9 Global
$150 PalmTreo 750
$10 SamsungA827 (Aces)
$50 Motorola RAZR2 V9
$150 PalmTreo 750NC
$50 Motorola V365
$30 PantechC520 (Breeze)
$50 Motorola V3
$10 Sierra 875u+
$50 Motorola Z9
$10 Sierra Aircard81+
$100 AT&T Tilt
$50 Nokia 655
$100 RIMCurve 8310
$10 Sierra AT&T USBConect81+
$100 AT&T Tilt NC
$10 OptionGTMAX 3.6+
$50 Sony EricssonW580i
$30 LG CE10
$10 OptionGTMAX 3.6Express+
$50 Sony EricssonZ750
$50 LG CU515
$30 Samsung A437
$75 LG CU720(Shine)
$10 OptionGTUltra Expres+
$50 Samsung A517
$100 LG CU915(Vu)
$10 Palm Centro
$50 Samsung A727
$100 LG CU920(VuTV)
$150 Palm Treo 680
$50 Samsung A737
Also you get an AT&T Go Phone – Prepaid – No Contract – FREE from Dealking.com.
Snapper Hot Dogs has the best hot Dogs in Charlotte.
If you have not tried Restaurant.com (click through Dealking.com for the extra cash back and coupon codes), you have to check it out.
On Restaurant.com, you can buy $25 restaurant dining certificates for $10 or $10 certificates for $3. On dealking, we usually have a 50% off or more code as well. I have often bought $25 certificates for $5. A friend of mine takes his family of five only to restaurants that are on Restaurant.com.
Click through dealking to Restaurant.com, enter your zip code, and check out the restaurants that are available.
Some of the DealKing’s favorites in the Charlotte, NC area are Snapper Dogs, O’Shea’s Irish Pub, DD Pecker’s Wing Shack, Good Old Days Diner, Dilworth Neighborhood Grill, and Fuel Pizza. There are a ton, so happy fine and cheap dining.
You will not believe this deal. If you like it, you can buy me a beer because alcohol is not included : )
After spending about $70 of my grocery bill on Gatorade, bottled water, vitamin water, and diet coke, I realized that we had a problem. A few days later, I noticed powdered individual Gatorade packets listed at $4.96 for a packet of 8, which would probably be added to a bottle of water. Between the bottled water and the packet, a 12 oz. drink that you made yourself would cost over a dollar.
Something had to be done! So I wracked my brain.
How about filtering my own tap water? I heard rumors that much of the bottled water is just plain old filtered tap water. Could it possibly be true?
We have filtered water from our refrigerator, but that took too long to fill up larger containers so I considered an installed filtration system for the kitchen faucet. I decided that was too much work.
I simply bought a Brita Water Filtration Pitcher for $21.99 minus cash back. It works great. You can purchase three packs of filter replacements through Amazon.com. Each filter lasts about 40 gallons, which makes the cost about seventeen cents per gallon for bottled water quality. There is even a site that tells you how to refill a disposable Brita brand water pitcher filter with activated carbon to bring the cost done even more.
I bought a few nice new travel sports drink containers, a few new pitchers for the fridge, and some bulk drink mixes. The family has hardly even missed the bottle water and sports drinks. We even served iced tea and lemonade made from filtered water and powder to guests recently. What a shocker that we did not have a whole counter full of bottled drinks!
We are saving a ton of money and drinking more water. Let me know your thoughts on this. Especially suggest some good deals and ideas on the subject.
PS. The plastic used for the Brita Water filters appears to be safe. If you also upgrade all of your travel and home containers to safe plastic or stainless steel, you will reduce the chance of any plastic toxins leaching into your drinking water. There is yet another reason to do it yourself.