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Discussion in 'Bargains and Deals' started by Will_C, May 7, 2005.
No, I was getting Enter the Dragon and Leon the Professional - buy one get one free for $20.
And they wouldn't take a $10 certificate? Why not? They aren't coupons. You can use them to buy anything, as long as the total before tax is greater than the amount of the certificates.
Does anyone have any info on the Pirates of the Carribean: Dead Man's Chest litho exclusive for RZ members? I received an email yesterday (~4:30 am) with a link but when I go there I get this;
I would guess Option #3. I got the email, but wasn't interested so I already deleted it.
Here's a new twist... I made a purchase yesterday and showed my RZ card and the guy asked me if I had my own business or was self-employed. Since I actually do make some self-employment income and have registered a fictitious name with the state, I said yes. They told me I could upgrade my Reward Zone to a "for business" version. When I asked what the difference was, I was told that I can get certificates at $150. Needless to say, I just filled out my name and address on a form for them, and I was set. The form actually had a few questions about the business you are applying with, however the guy told me he didn't need it - he didn't expect people to do the whole thing because most of the time they are in a hurry!
That info is wrong. From their website http://www.myrewardzone.com/business/progdetails.jspx you receive $20 reward certificate for every 1,000 points you earn and you Get 1 point for nearly every dollar you spend. So 1000/250=4*$5=$20 so you recieve $5 for every 250 points same as the regular rewardzone membership. The difference is if you spend $7500-$14,999 you get 2 points for every $1 spend and if you spend $15,000 of more you get 2.5 points for every $1 spent. So unless your a big spender their is no advantage.
Well, I guess I was given some questionable info. They must have said $125 and I assumed it to be $150. They left out the part that you have to spend a larger amount to get that benefit, but since I don't actually lose anything, no big deal.
Well, despite the change in the points needed to earn a certificate, I've managed to accumulate enough for a $25 return. This a result of point conversions, the current double bonus point special and various promotions over the last few months. It also looks like the website finally has an option to print from your online account, though I have yet to try it.