Kyle James
kyleejames
May 28 2015
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Birkenstock does not offer a lifetime guarantee on their sandals - 30 day warranty is all they offer.

May 22 2015
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Yep. I have noticed things like that at the grocery store too. Interesting how our brains can be trained to see a see a color, like red, and immediately think, “DEAL!”.

May 22 2015
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Wow, that’s ridonkulous. You’d think they would wait until after closing at least.

Apr 30 2015
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That’s awesome. BTW, I don’t think I ever seen the $30 off $100 coupon...how’d you score that one?

Apr 16 2015
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Awesome, thanks, that is great to know. I have updated the article accordingly.

Apr 16 2015
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Absolutely, thanks for the article ideas, I think both of those would be really useful!

Apr 16 2015
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A total waste, huh. You'd think Groupon could come up with something more useful.

Apr 16 2015
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I ain't chucking stones...I've been using the Savings Catcher app for a few months as well. So far I've earned about $12 bucks back, on probably $500 spent. Not a lot, but hey, if you're shopping there anyways, you might as well take what you can get.

Apr 14 2015
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Cool, that's good to know. Their website says they are "unable to match prices from auction and outlet stores or websites" - Maybe they mean outlet websites and not websites in general.

Apr 14 2015
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Good point. I have always wondered if folks that live in HI or AK could use the "ship to store" option that many retailers have these days as a work-around for high shipping costs. Anyone know?

Apr 14 2015
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Yep, good point. I just wish they would price match online pricing too.

Apr 14 2015
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According to their web site, LLBean does have free shipping but returns will cost you $6.50 unless you are a LLBean Visa card holder.

Apr 13 2015
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Funny, that was the first thing I thought of as well. The have some safe-guards in place for this. I believe that once the button is hit, you can't use the button again until an order has been delivered.

Apr 13 2015
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I'm all about convenience AND savings. So I'll use subscribe and save from Amazon and get 15% off the Dash price. Like I said in the article, Amazon is creating a solution for a problem that already has an answer. It's a total gimmick IMO