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1.   $5 Off an Evolve Payment

Via Doctor of Credit, you can get $5 off an Evolve payment.

Save $5 Off an Evolve Payment

Use promotional code “5offcongrats” to get the $5 off your Evolve payment.

And remember, Evolve now lets you pay bills with Discover card.

2.   50% Off Silvercar Rental

You get 50% off a Silvercar rental when you use promotional code “GIVETHANKS” between November 16, 2014, and November 21, 2014. 

Save 50% Off Your Silvercar Rental

Silvercar offers Audi car rentals at:

  • Austin (AUS)
  • Dallas Love Field (DAL) and Dallas Fort Worth (DFW)
  • Denver (DEN)
  • Los Angeles (LAX)
  • Miami (MIA)
  • Phoenix (PHX)
  • San Francisco (SFO)

You can sign-up with my referral code “DDUBASH”.  After you sign-up you’ll earn a $100 credit for every friend you refer to Silvercar.

3.   35 Delta Airlines Miles, 30 American Airlines Miles, and 30 United Airlines Miles per $1 at FTD

You can get 35 Delta Airlines miles, 30 American Airlines miles, or 30 United Airlines miles for every $1 you spend at FTD through December 31, 2014.

You Can Get 30 American Airlines Miles for Every $1 You Spend at FTD

4.   5,000 American Airlines Miles (Targeted)

Via Mommy Points, you can get 5,000 American Airlines miles when you dine 10 times before December 20, 2014.

Dine 10X Before December 20, 2014, and Earn 5,000 American Airlines Miles

You have to register for the promotion, spend a minimum of $40 on each dine, and complete a survey after each dine within 30 days.

That’s a lot to spend at restaurants in the American Airlines program in a short time.  But if you’d be dining out anyway, it doesn’t hurt to get the miles!

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