Good afternoon everyone. Last week, I wrote American Express Business Platinum Stack: $100 Shop with Dell Benefit + Dell 10% Cash Back AMEX Offer. Fast forward to yesterday, I received my Dell order and my $100 Shop with Dell statement credit, along with the $10.74 cash back earned from the Dell 10% cash back AMEX Offer. When the dust had all settled, my American Express Business Platinum Charge Card has a credit balance of $3.32 (the closer your order came to exactly $100, the greater your credit balance will be).
(Hat tip to Miles Per Day for the title inspiration)
Good afternoon everyone. Back in July, there was a lot of commotion about the US Mint American Eagle 20th Anniversary Platinum Proof Coin. The platinum coin went on sale at 10am PT on July 6 for $1,300 and there was a private group who would buy the coin from you for $1,325 (and provide a free shipping label), so you could make ~$20 profit by buying this platinum coin and then selling it to this private group. Since this was a limited release, I figured I could sell the coin on eBay for much more than $1,325 and make more than a ~$20 profit. So, how did I do?
Good morning everyone, I hope your week is going well. There have been a ton of eBay gift card deals from PayPal Digital Gifts (PPDG) and SVM from the last few days and I have purchased $2,700+ worth of gift cards in the last 3 days. Inevitably, I get stuck in the infamous “PayPal Verification Loop” where you need to verify/confirm your identity before you can pay with your PayPal account. If you are not buying thousands of gift cards per day, you should not see the “Verify Your Account” message.
Unfortunately, if you do see the message, you will need to verify your identity before you can pay with PayPal. The easiest option is to confirm via text message where PayPal sends you a text asking if you are trying to complete a purchase of $XXX.XX and you respond with “1”, which means yes. Yes, yes, yes, a million times yes!!
Good morning everyone, I am at the D Hotel in Las Vegas for FTU Las Vegas this weekend. I had a pretty uneventful Friday night since I am awake this early, so I decided to share a nice public service announcement with anyone who is still sitting on their eBay Bucks. Your eBay Bucks certificate expires on May 2, 2016, and will have no value if you try try to redeem after that date. But luckily, there is a very easy way to roll/extend your eBay Bucks balance without much work. All you need to do is buy an eBay Gift Card (or eBay eGift Card). I received the $100 eBay eGIft Card via email a few hours later.
Good morning everyone! This post is a public service announcement that is probably way overdue, but better late than never. If you have been following Doctor of Credit, Frequent Miler, or Miles to Memories over the past 1-2 months, you are probably aware of all the gift card (and egift card) deals that have been announced this holiday season. Every gift card deal usually has a stated limit on the number of gift cards you can purchase. The best deals usually have a limit of 1, whereas the less popular deals have a higher limit of 3-5 gift cards.
In this post, I will show you why it is better to purchase every egift card individually, rather than all at once. The data in this post is solely based on my experience purchasing egift cards from PayPal Digital Gifts, an automated service where you can purchase egift cards directly from PayPal on eBay. In the example below, I purchased a $100 eBay egift card for $95 during one of their sales. I bought and paid for the below eBay egift card on 12/23 at 10:22pm PST.
Quick tip: you can roll your savings by purchasing an eBay egift card with a previously bought eBay egift card. Keep rolling the $5 savings every time there is a new eBay egift card deal.
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