Good evening everyone, happy Friday. A few weeks ago, my wife and I received emails regarding our Staples Rewards and Office Depot Rewards. Somehow, I had $29 in Staples Rewards and my wife had $8.59 in Office Depot Rewards. This afternoon, I printed out my $29 Staples Reward coupon and went to my local Staples Store to buy some ink for my printer. Strangely, the price for the ink was more expensive at the Staples Store than on Staples.com. When I went to check out, I asked the cashier if she would price match to the price on Staples.com and she said yes. It seemed like a fairly common request to the cashier. She looked at the price of the ink cartridge on Staples.com on my phone and matched the price. I was then able to use my Staples Rewards to pay for the item. In this post, I will show you more information regarding the price match process and show a similar process for Office Depot items.
Last month, Doctor of Credit shared a deal from Office Depot / OfficeMax where you could buy $116 worth of paper for $60 (with coupon) and get an $80 OD/OM Gift Card as a rebate. I immediately jumped at the offer to spend $60 and get an $80 OD/OM Gift Card, plus I could donate the paper to my girlfriend’s elementary school (win-win).
A few days later, Office Depot changed the terms of the rebate so that you had to buy the paper in-store, not online. I was waiting and hoping for the best since I had already submitted my rebate before the rebate terms were changed. I have good news to share. I purchased 2 cases of paper online, submitted 1 rebate form, and received an $80 OD/OM Gift Card. In this post, I will document the dates of the rebate. I purchased the 2 cases of paper on April 10 around 4pm.
Good morning everyone, I hope you all had a great weekend. If you still need to do some holiday shopping, today is a great day to get your shopping done. Today is Green Monday and many stores are offering deals. Plus, don’t forget to earn cash back today – Ebates is offering double cash back at 600+ stores today only. In other news, if you have the Google Express AMEX Offer (spend $50 or more and get a $20 statement credit) or the Office Depot AMEX Offer (spend $50 or more and get a $10 statement credit), I have some data points to share regarding my experiences with those 2 AMEX Offers. These AMEX Offers came out a few weeks ago, so check your AMEX account to see if you have either of these offers available. Let’s start with the Google Express AMEX Offer.
Google Express allows you to shop at many different stores (including Staples) and check out once through Google Express. Luckily for me, Google Express has gift cards for sale through Staples. I linked the AMEX Offer to a few of my AMEX cards and purchased a few gift cards to give as gifts.
Good morning everyone, here is the third Q&A post from my new writers. If you missed the first two, I highly recommending reading Tonei’s Q&A and Whitney’s Q&A. I hope you are all enjoying the extra content this month, I have been very pleased with all the great blog posts and ensuing comments. Hopefully there will be plenty more to come in the new year as well. My next Q&A is with my friend Will…
Hello Travel with Grantians…my name is Will and I have agreed to become one of Grant’s new blog contributors! I am going to write under the pen name, The Tactical Traveler.
I met Grant through reading his blog and conversing via email, and eventually met him in person at an FTU (Frequent Traveler University – a travel conference) in Dallas. Grant and I have since become good friends, have traveled together, and met up at multiple travel conferences (Grant even spent the weekend at my house).
Good morning everyone, it’s time to dust off your Chime Card and hit the stores. There is a new offer for Office Depot ($5 off $30) and Gap ($3 off $30). There are also offers for Wendy’s, Chili’s, Applebee’s, Moleskine, Herschel Supply Co, Incase, and Books-A-Million.