Weekend Deals – Discounts & Cash Bonuses

November 14, 2009

Deals and promotions keep popping up lately, I’m guessing partly because it’s close to the end of the year and businesses are making a push to meet or exceed their goals for the year. I’m sure part of it has to do with Christmas deals for the upcoming shopping rush.  Here are some of the promotions going on that you might be interested in.

Angies List Promotion

Angie’s List gift memberships are 50 percent off through the end of the month.  Since it’s a gift, they’re waiving the activation fee so you don’t even need an angies list promo code.

TradeKing Bonus

The TradeKing promotion where you earn a $50 bonus for opening an account and making a trade was extended through the end of the month.  Here’s a TradeKing review for more detail on their service.

ING Direct Bonus

If you open an ING Electric Orange account by November 30 and set up Direct Deposit you’ll be eligible for a $25 bonus. You have to enter Reference Code EM382DD to be qualify for the $25 bonus. After two Direct Deposits are made within the first two months (60 days) of account opening, the bonus will be automatically applied to your account on day 60.

American Express Gift Cards

American Express gift cards have always come with fees that eat into the amount of money you’re giving away.  They recently removed the monthly fees so the recipient no longer has to worry about the balance depleting until it’s used.  American Express is also running a promotion through the end of the year where they’ll waive the purchase fee so it doesn’t cost you anything to give the card.

You can use the American Express promotion code of EMC11A to get 100% off the purchase fees through the end of December. – click here


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