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#1 May 29 2014 at 6:13 PM Rating: Good
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Do you participate in rewards programs?

A while ago I bought a handful of the Studio Ghibli films on BluRay cause they were on sale. Yesterday I was relaxing, and saw the discs on my shelf, opened them up and saw some redemption codes for some rewards program. So I signed up to Disney's site, and redeemed all my codes. Ended up having enough points to get a free BluRay/DVD combo copy of Treasure Planet (I like that movie).

And I ***** myself out to Microsoft for a 5 dollar Amazon gift card through Bing searches. Got about 5 dollars once a month, and recently it popped up that I could get more points for mobile searches, so my last 5 dollar gift card only took 18 days.

I have a lot of points built up on my cable company's system. Monday is a monthly rewards day, I'll probably redeem a bunch of stuff then too. My last one was an ESPN folding chair. One of those ones that fold up into a tube shaped bag. It's actually pretty nice for being basically free.

I really should get around to grabbing a credit card from my bank with a decent rewards program too... I'm just never think about it. I just got a check that I'll have to drop off at the bank tomorrow, maybe I'll do it then if I can remember.
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When my kids were middle-school aged, they entered codes from their Dad's Mountain Dew cans into a Dew promo site.

They got a Mountain Dew pogo stick with their reward points. It was actually of pretty good quality. My daughter, particularly, pogo-ed her heart out. Smiley: grin

I think we still have the thing in the basement somewhere.

Back when the internets were new, I did some Harris Polls for reward stuff - mostly music cd's iir.

These days I can't hardly be bothered to keep track of and dig out my coffee-card for the local gas station.
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My mom worked as a cashier at a convenience store for most of my elementary school and early high school life. And in Michigan we have the bottle deposit, so they returned those bottles with caps worth points, which the employees took and distributed amongst themselves. We ended up with two full size mountain bikes for returning caps, as well as some random other junk, chairs, etc.
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I have a rewards card at the local pet supply store. Their average price might be a little bit higher than the big chains (about $2 on a bag of dog food), but it's a local business, they don't sell animals in the shop, and every 10 bags of dog food I buy, I get one for free.
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I signed up for some online survey thing by Nielson (the TV ratings guys) where you'd earn points yadda yadda. Except they'd constantly send me a survey, I'd spend ten minutes going through it and then they'd say "Sorry, we don't need any more middle-aged white guy opinions... no points for you". So I stopped filling them out. I think their survey offers still go into my spam folder.

I don't do the Bing points and stuff. I can't even be bothered to follow my Playfire Rewards through GMG and they want to literally pay me for playing video games.
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I just signed up for Playfire the other day. I figure I'll just play what ever I want to play and see what it gives me. It's all automatic right? So if I don't play the games when they want me to, who cares.

So far it gave me $1.00 just for signing up and linking my account. Not sure where it came from exactly, I can't find a "history" that shows what exactly I earned, just a list of what I could earn (and nothing on it saying If I have earned it or not...)
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Yeah, I'm signed up for it but don't bother to see what games I "should" be playing that week. I suppose kismet will throw me a nickle now and then.
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Yeah, I'm signed up for it but don't bother to see what games I "should" be playing that week. I suppose kismet will throw me a nickle now and then.


I'm not going to play specifically to get all the money I can... but I'm sure people do. I bought the FFIII release that came out a few days ago (20% off + GMG credit). To get all the money (beyond "played for the first time") on that game you basically have to 100% the game. And they give you a week to do it. I'd rather not focus all my game play time on a single old game. I'll just sprinkle it into my game play as I feel.

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I have a couple of little keychain cards for a few places that I hand over with purchases and don't really see any difference with, I guess.
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Places around here largely stopped doing the "Savers Club" thing. Dominicks/Safeway was the last to do so and they've left the area and none of the other grocery stores I use have it. I guess they figured they had all the demographic info they needed or else so many people use credit/debit cards for purchases that they could cull all the same info that way for free.

Walgreens & CVS still use it which is annoying because they always want my card or phone number and there's no savings on the products. I don't make a fuss about it but usually just say "No thanks" when they ask for a savers card.
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I don't know if it still works this way, but Lowes came out with that "My Lowes" thing. Offered no rewards, no discounts, or anything... just purchase tracking (so you could go online and find out what you bought...)

Tracking cards with no rewards or discounts are pointless from a consumer point of view.

There was grocery store in Kentucky (big chain, but can't remember the name) that I went to once... they charged non members a higher price than members. That kind of irked me. But I only went there once, only because my coworkers wanted to go. And it's not like they offered anything special. Same **** Wal-mart did, at same prices, but higher if you didn't have their membership card.
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I have a bunch of those club card things you have to scan to get the sales prices at stores. The only one that has any sort of reward is the Safeway which saves money on gas, the rest are just the standard 'let us spam you in return for sale prices' kind of agreement. I just lose track of the more complicated stuff.
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TirithRR wrote:
I don't know if it still works this way, but Lowes came out with that "My Lowes" thing. Offered no rewards, no discounts, or anything... just purchase tracking (so you could go online and find out what you bought...)

Tracking cards with no rewards or discounts are pointless from a consumer point of view.
They were selling it as a way for the DIY'er to keep track of sizes, colors, etc.

At least when i painted our hallway last month that's what they tried to hit me up on. I didn't get one. I'll probably not be able to match my paint next year. Smiley: frown

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When I worked at Bridgestone I used to travel a lot and stay at many hotels. I got the rewards cards for the cooresponding hotels. The ones I stayed at the most for the comfort inn chains and thier sister chains. I would stay at so many of them I would redeem the points and get best buy gift cards(mostly). I think I probably earned anywhere from 500-600 dollars in best buy cards. Plus a few resturant cards as well. Paid for a lot of games and what not at best buy.
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#15 May 30 2014 at 10:35 AM Rating: Excellent
I get points for flying. I get all the hotels I stay at to give me the same type of points. It's not quite as efficient, but I only have to keep track of one point system, which is really useful.
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#16 May 30 2014 at 10:43 AM Rating: Good
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My phone plan gives me points for the amount I spend every month, I'm like, half a year away from being able to get a pink cupcake maker!

Other than that I never bother with anything.
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The only one I do obsessively is my frequent flier miles with Delta. I have the AmEx card and I scoop up all the points from flying with my company that I can.

My planet ticket to Chicago earlier this month cost me only a $5 processing fee.
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I get points for flying. I get all the hotels I stay at to give me the same type of points. It's not quite as efficient, but I only have to keep track of one point system, which is really useful.
Aeroplan blows.
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#19 Jun 02 2014 at 8:33 AM Rating: Excellent
It's point redemption values are good, but I find I'm often stuck with sh*tty flights.

That being said, it fits better into my travelling than any other point system I've looked at and lets me get all points in one place, so I'll probably stick with it for now?

Do you have a recommendation?

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Booking hotels from whatever chain it is he works for of course.
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#21 Jun 02 2014 at 11:52 AM Rating: Excellent
aeroplan is airline points not hotel points.
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I typically try to avoid reward type cards and whatnot. I do have one for the two big chain grocery stores in the area (Ralphs and Vons). They're the same kind of "slightly increase prices if you don't have the card" deals. You can use them without actually filling out the personal information on them though (just don't fill it out and send it to them). So I don't get whatever magical offers they'd surely send me in the mail if I'd filled them out, but I get to enjoy a slightly increased sense of privacy in my weekly grocery purchases. I only really care about *not* getting screwed by their pricing model, so that's good enough. Oh, and you can use the Ralphs card for reduced gas prices at the pump. Got to fill up my tank at 20 cents off yesterday because of this. So not too terrible. I'm sure I'm paying for every benefit I don't use though, which is the annoying part of these sorts of things.

I did kinda have to give Best Buy my info though. No way around that when you're buying something that has to be delivered and installed at your home. So I'm sure some star chamber somewhere knows what videos and music I like to buy or something. Good for them, I guess.

The ones that are really obnoxious are the stores that ask for your phone number and address at the cash register, despite having no rewards program at all. They just want your information to track you as a customer, I guess. I usually glare at them and ask them if they really want the sale or not and they stop being stupid.
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#23 Jun 02 2014 at 4:00 PM Rating: Excellent
Way to take it to the clerk.
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Way to take it to the clerk.
Guess the cashiers work off commissions?
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Cashiers probably either have sign up goals to reach or else it's as simple as catching **** if a supervisor hears them not asking. I assure you that the wage slave working the register at the drug store isn't asking for anyone's information out of personal interest or because she's "stupid".
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I have a couple of little keychain cards for a few places that I hand over with purchases and don't really see any difference with, I guess.

I have one of those too. That for the place over on Delancy Street? The one with the door in the alley with the card reader? I built up enough rewards points for a free "happy ending" there a week ago.

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Cashiers probably either have sign up goals to reach or else it's as simple as catching **** if a supervisor hears them not asking. I assure you that the wage slave working the register at the drug store isn't asking for anyone's information out of personal interest or because she's "stupid".


I didn't mean "stupid" as in "mentally deficient", but as in "playing dumb". It's how they pretend that what they're doing is perfectly normal and reasonable whilst asking for personal information they have no real reason to ask for that kinda gets my goat. And yes, I totally get that they're told to do this. They know it, but they're not supposed to let the customers in on it. And usually, once I indicate that I'm not going along with it (and know it's complete BS), they are almost relived that they can share with the customer in front of them just how ridiculous and unreasonable the request is. Dunno, call it customer catharsis or something, but it does seem like the cashiers are more comfortable after I tell them no over that particular issue than if I go along with it. It's like they don't have to wear a mask anymore.

It's the employee/customer relationship equivalent of feeling free to **** in front of your SO. Sorta.
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Sir Xsarus wrote:
aeroplan is airline points not hotel points.
Also, you can get your airline points instead of hotel points with most programs. And, I represent many different chains.


And no Xsarus, I don't have a better suggestion. When i find one though, I'll let you know.
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#29 Jun 04 2014 at 7:50 AM Rating: Excellent
yeah, I get my hotels to give me aeroplan points because I don't want to deal with multiple point programs.

I could conceivably switch to whatever point system united offers pretty easily, as it's still star alliance.
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Cashiers probably either have sign up goals to reach or else it's as simple as catching **** if a supervisor hears them not asking. I assure you that the wage slave working the register at the drug store isn't asking for anyone's information out of personal interest or because she's "stupid".
My first "real" job was as a cashier at Lowe's. We had to ask every customer for their phone number. I thought it was dumb and would just string 9's in there (which was what you were supposed to do if the customer refused). I got talked to for being under 50%, and was told that if I did not improve that, I would not be eligible for a raise at my 6 month review. So, yeah, they're asking because they have to.
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Dunno, call it customer catharsis or something, but it does seem like the cashiers are more comfortable after I tell them no over that particular issue than if I go along with it.

All told, I bet they'd rather you gave them the number. No one gives incentives for "customer catharsis" but I'm sure they get blamed for not getting enough numbers in the system.
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Sir Xsarus wrote:
yI could conceivably switch to whatever point system united offers pretty easily, as it's still star alliance.
So long as you only use it for flights or hotels because if you want to order and item, they don't ship to Canada.
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#33 Jun 04 2014 at 3:30 PM Rating: Excellent
That's a good point. At the moment I use it for fun trips I want to do but might not otherwise do, which is working pretty well, except that I'm earning points too quickly.
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#34 Jun 04 2014 at 3:30 PM Rating: Excellent
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Dunno, call it customer catharsis or something, but it does seem like the cashiers are more comfortable after I tell them no over that particular issue than if I go along with it.

All told, I bet they'd rather you gave them the number. No one gives incentives for "customer catharsis" but I'm sure they get blamed for not getting enough numbers in the system.

Cashiers will pretend a lot of things to stop a customer who seems crazy from being as crazy...
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That's a good point. At the moment I use it for fun trips I want to do but might not otherwise do, which is working pretty well, except that I'm earning points too quickly.
Just how much do you fly around for your job if you're gathering points too quickly?
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The closest to whoring myself out for free stuff is the time I sent in my monster can tabs for a free hoody. I was drinking the stuff anyway so I figured I might as well hang on to the things. I ended up with a new piece of outer ware for those occasions where whatever the **** I feel like wearing is the appropriate choice.

I was on Bing the other day looking at some "stuff" and saw they have the rewards program, I don't use the site so often that I'll be getting anything out of it anytime soon. I do have a Raptr account, but only because it was bundled in with my last video card driver update and I haven't seen any particular reason to uninstall it yet. If I game enough every day, in three years I can get a new video card...

Actually, now that I think about it, I do have a few loyalty cards. All the grocery stores around here either run their own gas stations are have made deals with them. I get discounts on gas for using my card at whatever store I'm in. I don't go out of my way to accumulate points though, and I don't base choice of shopping destination on which store has the better gas deal, so it's just a little bonus. I also get free food at Sheetz with their loyalty card, but again, I don't decide what to get there based on the deals.

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The closest to whoring myself out for free stuff is the time I sent in my monster can tabs for a free hoody. I was drinking the stuff anyway so I figured I might as well hang on to the things. I ended up with a new piece of outer ware for those occasions where whatever the **** I feel like wearing is the appropriate choice.


Energy drinks turned into the new smoking so gradually I didn't even notice...
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I can't wait for the anti-energy drink commercials.
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Cashiers probably either have sign up goals to reach or else it's as simple as catching **** if a supervisor hears them not asking. I assure you that the wage slave working the register at the drug store isn't asking for anyone's information out of personal interest or because she's "stupid".
My first "real" job was as a cashier at Lowe's. We had to ask every customer for their phone number. I thought it was dumb and would just string 9's in there (which was what you were supposed to do if the customer refused). I got talked to for being under 50%, and was told that if I did not improve that, I would not be eligible for a raise at my 6 month review. So, yeah, they're asking because they have to.

could you have just gotten a list of local takeout numbers and started randomly entering those?
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I can't wait for the anti-energy drink commercials.

Brita is already airing an anti sugary/energy drink commercial. Show tons of cans and floods of drink pouring over a city. Supposed to represent how much people are drinking annually or something like that. The message being: "Drunk more Brita filtered water"

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I've seen those, and I think those are more anti-pollution and packaging than anti-sugar. I'm talking full blown "girl rips off part of face" or "smoking equals animal waste" type of commercials.
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I've seen those, and I think those are more anti-pollution and packaging than anti-sugar. I'm talking full blown "girl rips off part of face" or "smoking equals animal waste" type of commercials.

No. This one isn't the bottle one. It focuses on the sugar and obesity specifically. I first saw it on Monday I think. It didn't talk as much about bottles like the previous ones.
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Not always, sometimes you have to add water to water before you have water.
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It focuses on the sugar and obesity specifically.
I'm gonna have to pay attention, then. I don't remember seeing it, but at the same time no one is ripping their faces off so it isn't going to exactly draw any of my attention.
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Here it is.

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What's being said and the visuals don't really match up for me.
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What's being said and the visuals don't really match up for me.

Sugary drinks are just as bad for your body as millions of aluminum cans falling from the sky. Smiley: schooled

But ya, they should have focused more on the liquid than the cans.

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