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19 December 2013 10:24 PM Don't you wish you could grab extra cash out of thin air? Remember the TV show where they put the contestant in a glass booth and cash flies everywhere? The contestant has to grab as much of the flying money as possible.
19 December 2013 0 View comments Fancy a bit of sun and break from the cold British winter?...Some Tesco Clubcard customers have unknowingly been paying more than £200 for dream sunshine holidays using the supermarket's reward programme. Britain's
Share this article Credit card users in some states may have noticed a new fee on transactions when they swipe their cards, thanks to new checkout surcharge fees. Reuters The report said average credit lines fell 1.5 percent for subprime borrowers, 2.
At least 400 million will go on credit cards as people take on debt to ensure children and loved ones have a good time. Friday the 13th will be a bad day in terms of credit card balances with an estimated 9.4 million credit card purchases with an
For people looking for affordable prescription drugs, the United Way has a plan. The organization is offering a new Coast2Coast RX discount card that could provide up to 75 percent in savings when purchasing over 60,000 brand-name and generic drugs,
When Hilton goes public, hotel guests are unlikely to notice many immediate changes. The company won't leave a copy of its latest earnings report in the drawer next to the Gideon's bible, nor will the current stock price be listed on the room
They instinctively seek to turn new customers into regulars and regulars into word-of-mouth advocates. Besides improving product and service quality, the most common loyalty tactic among small business owners are simple rewards programs. And they
Shopping at one store versus another can mean a difference of hundredssometimes thousandsof dollars. Let's say you're in a Home Depot , which offers a 110% price-match guarantee, and you see a refrigerator priced at $1,000. If you show the customer
In 2011, Starbucks dissolved the partnership three years early, a move that foreshadowed the company's larger ambitions in the grocery aisle. Last month an arbitrator determined that the early end to the deal would cost Starbucks $2.76 billion -- a
The deal is the first of its kind in Canada, and financial terms were not immediately disclosed. Aventura credit card, which was recently revamped to make it more competitive. Aeroplan loyalty program, but its contract came up for renewal and Toronto-