Instacart: $10 off a $35 Aldi Order!

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Instacart: $10 off a $35 Aldi Order!
This post may contain affiliate links. Read my disclosure policy here. Love to shop at Aldi? Get $10 off a $35 Aldi order right now! Right now, Instacart is offering $10 off your first three Aldi orders of $35 or more when you use the promo code SHOPALDI19 at checkout! Here’s how to snag this offer: Go here and choose Aldi as your store to shop (Ignore the pop-up offer that says you can sign up for Aldi Express for 2 Weeks – just choose NO THANKS.) Load up your cart with Aldi deals Use code SHOPALDI19 on the payment page (in the lower right hand side) See $10 come off your total Note: If you have Instacart Express, you’ll get FREE delivery and not have to pay shipping since your order is more than $35. Otherwise, shipping is between $3.99-$7.99. There is also always a service fee and suggested tip when you use Instacart. Thanks, Passionate Penny Pincher! [...]
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5 Things to Know About the Rakuten Cash Back Visa Card

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5 Things to Know About the Rakuten Cash Back Visa Card
Virtual window shoppers who use Rakuten.com — formerly known as the cash-back shopping website Ebates — could be earning even more cash back on their purchases with the Rakuten Cash Back Visa credit card. Image courtesy of Synchrony In 2019, Ebates rebranded as Rakuten, but the $0-annual-fee credit card’s rewards structure remained the same. The new name, which means... Melissa Lambarena is a writer at NerdWallet. Email: mlambarena@nerdwallet.com. Twitter: @LissaLambarena. The article 5 Things to Know About the Rakuten Cash Back Visa Card originally appeared on NerdWallet. [...]
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10 Purchases You Should Not Put on a Credit Card

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10 Purchases You Should Not Put on a Credit Card
wavebreakmedia / Shutterstock.com Many credit cards offer a slew of incentives to consumers who use them — from cash back and other rewards to zero liability in case of fraud. But credit cards are not always your best form of payment, especially if you aren’t great with debt. In many cases, you are better off keeping the plastic tucked away. For some readers, this advice comes too late. [...]
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