Some posts may contain affiliate links. Any time I recommend a product or service, it is because I personally use and love it, or I’m discussing it in a post, and not necessarily because I receive any compensation. Sometimes a product I love has an affiliate program, and I will pursue becoming an affiliate for that product.
Purchasing a product using any of my links may not reduce your purchase price (and certainly won’t increase it!), but I might be paid a percentage of your purchase for referring you to the product. I never refer products that I wouldn’t use myself or don’t love. My opinion is not for sale.
That being said, here are some…
Services I Love
Their customer service is fantastic!
Their prices are as low as I could find anywhere! I love them so much that I became an affiliate after my first interaction with their customer service team.
Poke around the internet and you’ll see that just about everyone who uses Bluehost has signed up to be their affiliate–that speaks to just how great they are. Ok, okay. They have a pretty sweet affiliate deal, too. But I really like them.
No membership fee! Join using my link and you’ll get $15.00 off your first purchase and they’ll usually throw in free shipping. Combine with eBates for cash back. I buy the hubs’ Gatorade with Boxed. It’s 8.99 at the local Wal-Mart and over $13 on Amazon, but Boxed sells the Glacier Blue and Lemon Lime for $7.99. Sometimes, they run a sale at $6.99.
4. Money Saving Apps I use and love:
PARIBUS is my new favorite.
Seriously, zero effort. If a price drops, Paribus gets your money back for you.
And have you downloaded the Honey extension? It tries a bunch of codes for you automatically when you go to checkout online and sometimes it can save you big money! https://www.joinhoney.com/
Top Cash Back I’m still learning about this one, but I got a free box of diapers one month and this month I got a bottle of Tide laundry detergent free.
Products I Love
1. Pilot G2
…I don’t care what anyone says. I’m obsessed with this ink pen. I won’t even loan it to you if you forget your pen. Don’t take it personally. I just really love this pen. And I’m out of them right now. And I won’t let myself buy anymore until we sell the townhouse because, well, money.
A Consumer Reports favorite, year after year. I dig the hazelnut.
3. Proflowers.com (pending application acceptance)
I’ve been shopping with Proflowers since 2002. The flowers are shipped in bud form to bloom for the recipient, which also means they tend to last longer. They also save me big money and frequently offer free shipping promotions. I’ve sent these flowers for birthdays, Mother’s Day, Christmas, Congratulations, and Sympathy Occasions. I once even sent flowers to myself, just because. I’ve only had to contact customer service once in nearly fifteen years, and they were able to fix my problem immediately and to my complete satisfaction.