It was a nice day for my e-mail surprises – a couple of discounts available, but they only come with single-use codes. So, I thought I would write a quick post to tell you what to look for (if you get these e-mails) in case they went to spam or you just junked them. They are both pretty convenient for me right now and hopefully will help you as well.
$50 Off $200 Hotel At Expedia
The subject of the e-mail reads “Lucky you! Here’s a $50 coupon!”
The details of the offer is that you must book a hotel on Expedia before March 27 but it is good for stays through June 30. The $50 is off a reservation of $200 or more, so a pretty good discount if you were looking for hotels. The code is a single-use code that you must enter in the promo box during the reservation. Finally, you must use a MasterCard to make the payment.
30% Off At Oakley
The subject of the e-mail reads “Take 30% Off Everything: Friends & Family Event”
With summer just around the corner (or at least warmer weather), it is time to check out Oakley for your sunglass/apparel/backpack/etc needs! I am a big Oakley sunglass fan and normally find some pretty great deals on them. This 30% off coupon is a single-use coupon as well but can be used on a wide variety of items. The fine print says it does not work on items at oakleyvault.com (the Oakley online outlet), but I had already used it before I saw that and it worked just fine!
The details of the offer are that it can be used online or in-store. It ends April 5th and you can buy up to 5 items in eyewear, 5 items in goggles, 2 items in watches, and 5 items in replacement lenses.
There are some pretty great deals to be had in the outlet when the 30% off coupon is applied, so check your e-mail!
It is nice to see coupons like these in my e-mail. The important part is that if you don’t subscribe to these places, you will not get a coupon! If you are not currently subscribed and you want some of these deals, sign-up for the newsletters!
If you are already signed-up, search your e-mail inbox using the words from the subject of the e-mails to find your codes.
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