Tag Archives: shopping

What is this? External token bounce back credit offer [solved]

External token bounce back credit offer See Details

Recently Amazon has started posting notices like this one on some of its product listing: External token bounce back credit offer What exactly is that?! Well clicking the link did not show me any special offers so I decided to try it in a different web browser. That did the trick, the offer was for: “Take $30 Off: Upon approval for the Amazon.com Rewards Visa Card, a $30 Amazon.com gift card will be loaded instantly into your Amazon account Learn More.”

Cyber Monday 2012 deals roundup

Here are some of the top shopping sites along with their cyber-monday deals URL all in a convenient list Amazon.com: Cyber Monday Sale (started 11/24, Sunday) Best Buy: Cyber Monday Sale Dell: Cyber Monday Laptop, Computer, and Electronic Deals Walmart.com: Cyber Week Sale Cyber Monday 2012 Deals & Sales – Newegg.com (midnight PST) Cyber Monday 2012 : Target.com Online Deals TigerDirect.com – Electronics, Tablets, Phones, Office Supplies & Video Games Microsoft Store Online (sales currently active) [to be updated with more, stay tuned!]

Target’s No-Receipt Return Policy Limit

Question from Kasey: Hiya. Recently tried to return some items to Target without a receipt and they said I exceeded my return limit? What does that mean? Answer from JD: I asked the return desk at our local Target and they said that without a receipt  Target has a 12 month $70 return policy limit. So, without receipts you can only return $70 worth of stuff  during a 12 month time period They enforce this limit by checking your drivers license

St. Louis Retail: the good, the bad and the ugly

I spent the past few days with Samantha and Hazel in St. Louis. We were visiting my longtime buddy and business partner John. We had a great trip and accomplished a lot of fun stuff (dining out, talking, playing) as well as some serious work (computer & server installation, house planning, etc.) One thing that really struck me though was how poorly St. Louis retail locations were performing. Service at Best Buy, Target, Old Navy and several other places was