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Navy Federal Credit Union’s Flagship Rewards Card has been pretty darn good to me over the years – For a $49 annual fee I earn up to 2% on ALL purchases when points are used for travel. The card also provides me with free Rental Car Insurance (which once saved my bacon when a Drunk and Stoned Driver crashed in to my parked rental car). I also pay low fees when overseas, and I get all the perks of a Visa Signature card.
And now, the Navy Federal Flagship Rewards Visa Card just got better. Continue reading
Time to give some kudos to GovX.com. I ordered a pair of Olukai Shoes on a Wednesday, and they arrived on Friday!
Based on the packing slip, it looks like they are acting as a broker and using a drop-ship business model.
I would compare shopping with them just as I would a major online retailer such as Amazon- I will not hesitate to use them again.
Heck, I might even consider using their website to ‘showroom’ on my smartphone next time I am at my favorite sporting goods retailer!
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This just in- 20% off at all participating Jack in the Box restaurants. I had the urge for a Pumpkin Pie Shake the other night at the San Diego-Murphy Canyon location and saw the sign at the drive through. Just show them your military ID card!
Feel free to post which locations are/are not participating in the Comments section!