There were a couple of deals of note that I saw this morning and thought I would lump them in the same post as a roundup.
Tumi Backpack Sale
Amazon’s Deal of the Day is for Tumi bags – but only three. When I first saw the link and that it said “bags” I got excited thinking it was a full range of luggage. Still, one of the backpacks or the messenger bag may work for you and, if you like Tumi quality, this may be the perfect price for you. According to Amazon, this sale is for at least 50% off each bag (but remember that the price is off retail, however Tumi stuff is normally right around retail so it is pretty accurate). Note that the price is only for certain colors.
- Tumi Alpha Bravo Knox Backpack – Reg. $295 / Today’s price $139
- Tumi Alpha Bravo Beale Mini Messenger – Reg. $195 / Today’s price $91
- Tumi Alpha Bravo Monterey Sling – Reg $225 / Today’s price $106
New Amex Offers
A couple of these offers popped up the other day but one I just noticed this morning (even though it too says it came out the other day).
- Spend $75, get $25 back
- Expires 9/7/2015
- Valid in-store only
- Spend $750, get 9,000 Membership Reward points
- Expires 9/7/2015
- Valid in-store or online (not at airport locations)
- Available on Membership Reward earning cards
The Montblanc offer is another interesting offer to get a massive amount of points for spending instead of just cashback. In this case, if you were to spend exactly $750, you would be earning 12X bonus Membership Reward points. That is great! Now, just need a reason to spend $750 at Montblanc! 🙂
Nestle Pure Life Delivery
- Spend $100, get $20 back
- Expires 10/31
- Valid online only
Valuable Expiring Offer
I normally don’t write about expiring offers but this is a valuable enough offer that I think it warrants it. The Qantas offer that was around a little while back gives $400 back on $2000 or more in spending! That is a great deal if you are going to be buying tickets to that part of the world. It expires on August 15th, so do not delay! Read this post for all the details.
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