Today Only: $36 Off & 450 American Airlines Miles at Newegg

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Here’s another deal that’s easy money!  By combining offers, you can save $36 while earning over 450 American Airlines miles.

You can save 11% for a maximum of $11 off at Newegg with Visa Checkout.  To get the discount, use Visa Checkout to make your purchase and enter promotional code “VCOSINGLE15”.

This offer ends today, November 11, 2015, at 11:59 pm Pacific Time, or while supplies last.

Pre-orders and gift cards are excluded.  And there’s a limit of 1 statement credit per customer.

Today Only 36 Off 450 American Airlines Miles At Newegg

How Can You Get the Most Out of Your 11% Discount at Newegg?

By stacking this deal with other offers you can save more and even turn this into a moneymaker!

You do NOT have to use a Visa card with Visa Checkout.  So you should be able to combine this deal with:

Two Examples of Saving

Something Inexpensive to Earn a Profit

For example, you could purchase this ORICO car charger.  This item is currently $10 with a $10 prepaid card rebate.  So you’ll only have to pay the ~$4 shipping.

Here’s how much you could save:

So you’ll earn a profit of ~$12 (~$16 in statement credits – ~$4 shipping)!

Something More Costly but Earn Miles & Money Back

If you already have plans to purchase a large ticket item like a ~$200 computer monitor, here’s how the savings can add up:

For a total of $36 in statement credits & 450+ American Airlines miles on an item you were going to purchase anyway!

Let me know if you find other ways to make the most of this deal!

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