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#1 of 5 Kyle J Richard

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Posted October 05 2006 - 05:19 PM

I used this to order Get Smart: Complete Series...

I signed up for a free account at Time Life, for emails and newsletters and such, before I finally dropped the $200 for the set. It is a good thing that I did. Just a day after I signed up, Time Life sent me an introductory 10% online code for one-time use on any purchase. Woohoo. I just ordered the set tonight for $180. Pretty nice savings. Enjoy.

#2 of 5 DanFe

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Posted October 05 2006 - 05:40 PM

There are a lot better deals than that available. 15% off is not uncommon and 20% off is occasionally available. You spent too much.

#3 of 5 Kyle J Richard

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Posted October 05 2006 - 05:51 PM

hmmm...damn. i've effectively come down off of my savings high.

#4 of 5 Dick White

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Posted October 08 2006 - 05:20 AM

So where do these 15% and 20% deals come from? Time Life supposedly has exclusive distribution of this set for the first year.

#5 of 5 Steve...O

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Posted October 08 2006 - 09:20 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Dick White
So where do these 15% and 20% deals come from? Time Life supposedly has exclusive distribution of this set for the first year.

Just do a google search for "time life discounts". All sorts of codes will show up.
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