>Here is an online deal that I just completed. It is basically an offer that Nicoles Saving Advantage is offering so that you will try their online shopping/saving service. Sign up for the 30 day trial offer, pay $1.95 and you will get a $25 Target Gift Card.
Easy, right?! Well, Nicole’s SA is actually hoping that you like the service…thus the generous offer, and you might…it is a handy dandy shopping site that offers all kinds of sales and such! Now, you can cancel before your 30 day trial (to avoid any further charges). Basically getting a $25 Target gift card for $1.95!
Here is a tidbit from Nicole’s Saving Advantage website: Nicole’s Saving Advantage is an exclusive program that gives members access to special discounts when they do what they love to do…shop! This program was developed to help you save money on all of the brands, products and services that help you achieve career success! Members can save up to 90% on their purchases at all of their favorite participating partners when they access the merchants through our exclusive offer links.
Anyway ~ I found the experience to be simple and fun…great site. I signed up and then received confirmation in my MAILbox (not email) followed by another form that I filled out to receive my Target Card (fill these out and return them ASAP). From the time I signed up to the time I got my Target card was about 30 days. Just mark your calendar and if it is not for you, cancel before the 30 days is up. I have lots of input on offers like these…but since this is a fairly simple one…we will start this this one. ALSO…you might want to buy a Visa Gift Card to do deals like this on…that way your main CC number is not out there. I don’t advise using a debit card, because if you ever had to dispute a charge it is much easier to do with a CC. The key here is to keep your info/emails/dates organized (I have a specific desktop calendar just for these deals) and to be prompt with your responses. Good Luck, let me know how it goes!