I frickin’ love taco bell, so any chance I get to go there is gold in my book. Especially if I have a chance to either: A. Save money, or B. Get free stuff. This is our chance to do both! I’ve already done it, so I’m keeping my fingers crossed. But if you haven’t already, all you have to do is go to www.tellthebell.com and give them your opinions and reflect on your past experiences, 2 things I’m proud to say I can accomplish fairly successfully 🙂 When you’re finished, you’re entered to win $500, which could keep my belly full for a very long time. Continue reading www.tellthebell.com – Enter to Win Taco Bell $500 Cash Survey
I recently paid a visit to my local Rite Aid Pharmacy, and had to write about this deal they are offering – a chance to win $1000 just by completing a simple survey at storesurvey.riteaid.com. If you’ve read my blog before, you know how much I love to save money, and I also love to take advantage of any chance I come across to get free money. This is a simple and free way to have a chance of winning a whopping $1000 grand prize. From what I understand, you can enter for your chance to win every month! Continue reading storesurvey.riteaid.com – Win up to $1000, Customer Survey
EAT. is currently inviting customers to share their ideas and suggestions, by participating in the www.eatlistens.com – EAT. Listens Customer Survey, you will be rewarded with a valuable coupon code which you can use at your next visit to EAT.
Eat. has 100+ locations throughout the UK, specializing in serving fresh, delicious top quality food and great tasting coffee – all cooked fresh just for you. They strive to serve each and every customer as best as they can, but need your valuable customer input to help improve their service even more. Continue reading www.eatlistens.com – Take The Survey & Get Discount Coupon
I receive so many of those so called “pre-approved” credit card offers in the mail, typically I just toss them, but when I got an invitation to apply for the Citi ThankYou Preferred Credit Card, I had to investigate further.
The invitation instructed me to direct my browser to Citi.com/applynowthankyoupreferred and enter my “invitation Code” to apply. But before I did that, I did a little research into what this card offers, and its pros and cons. Here’s an outline of what I discovered: Continue reading Citi.com/applynowthankyoupreferred – Apply for Citi ThankYou Preferred Card
Yesterday morning I received one of those “pre-approved” credit card offers from Citi, called Citi Simplicity. It gave me a specific URL to visit in order to accept the offer (really to apply for it) – Citi.com/applyforcitisimplicitynow (which is quite a long web address to remember, I guess that’s part of what made it memorable to me).
Although I don’t typically pay any attention to such offers, this one caught my eye. I investigated a little deeper into what this card has in store for new cardholders and also seasoned Citi Simplicity members alike. Continue reading Citi.com/applyforcitisimplicitynow – Apply For Citi Simplicity Credit Card Online
I’ve tried them all so you don’t have to. They come in two categories: Premium and Ad-Supported. It’s very similar to cable TV channels. Your premium channels would be ones you pay extra for like HBO, Starz, Showtime and so on. Your ad-supported channels are pretty much everything else, the ones that you don’t pay extra for, but you have to watch commercials. Here are my top 5 picks for getting completely free credit scores:
- CreditKarma – Ad-Supported Service
CreditKarma is a good basic free way to check your credit scores. This service is ad-supported, which means there’s no charge, but they will present you with various credit card and/or loan offers so they can pay the bills without charging you directly.
- Credit Sesame – Ad-Supported Service
This service is actually my favorite ad-supported service. Like CreditKarma, it’s ad-supported so even though it’s free, be prepared to turn down many advertisements. They do have a very easy to navigate website, which does make it easier to see what you need to see without a lot of trouble.
- Credit.com – Ad-Supported Service
Credit.com is an ad-supported service, also very basic and easy to use. It doesn’t offer a lot in the way of information to help you understand your score, but you can get that elsewhere.
- Quizzle – Ad-Supported Service
Quizzle was one of the first ad-supported services to offer free credit scores, but in my opinion, that alone doesn’t make it one of the best. It’s a good option if you don’t like any of the other services for one reason or another.