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Fly to Europe for ~$400!

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There are “mistake deals” where the fare is too cheap to “be real” (but are sometimes honored).  And then there are really good deals that are intended.  That’s what’s going on right now. There are some good deals to Europe right now for around $400. For example,United – $493: Washington D.C. …

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Does Using an Icognito Window Save You Hundreds on Travel?

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There’s a graphic going around that “will surprise you”.  It’s a screen shot someone took as proof that searching for travel in incognito mode saves a significant amount of money. Here’s the picture: (click to make larger) It’s from Reddit, and while the photo is getting passed around and upvoted in …

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Why You Should Subscribe to Airline Deals

The Flight Deal posted some amazing deals yesterday–like $500 to Hawaii from the East Coast.  That’s not a deal you see very often. It’s not a deal you see for very long either. In fact, when I got the texts, I messaged Keri, but she was in meetings herself. Long …

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Sale on High Heel Wine Glasses with Free Shipping!

This was quite possibly the fastest purchase I ever made. Rue La La has High Heel wine glasses today with free shipping.  (Usually you pay $9.95 for one month of free shipping). Usually heel-themed glasses seem tacky to me, but these are both fun and classy.  (Well, as classy as …

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Great Deal for Traveling Mommies

The Pack ‘n’ Play products recommended by Tiff in a previous post are Amazon’s Deal of the Day. Click here to see the whole listing. For example, the Graco TotBloc Pack ‘n Play Portable Playard is marked down by 40%. There are also really deluxe ones that have changing pads and …

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Babs Will Help You Save Money on Your Cable Bill for Free

Fancy Hands, aka my personal assistant Babs Callahan, has a promotion where they will try to negotiate a lower cable bill for you for free. I’m a huge fan of Fancy Hands.  I’m a monthly subscriber, and they’ve helped me save more money and time than I’ve spent on them. …

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