Saturday, March 14, 2009

Online Offers - New Releases



Welcome to my weekly Saturday special for all of you Online Offer enthusiasts out there. Here you will find out which new offers are available, so you can find out what is currently new and fresh in the world of online offers. This week...NETBLUE is BACK! Yay!

All of these offers will also be on my Online Offers page, along with any other online offers available. Please click here or go to the button in my left menu bar titled, Online Offers at anytime to read on how I make money with these deals.

And, don't forget to email me your picture with your prizes when they arrive. And, leave a comment in the Blogger Bragger post when you get your goodies!! I know I heard from quite a few of you just this week that you got your gifts, so shipments must have gone out!

And, with that...here are this week's new Online Offers:

IDeal - 123 Click

IDeal - eSolutions Media

IDeal - Top Notch

Netblue



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11 comments:

Kimberley H said...

Hi Carrie- I was looking at the new NetBlue offers and was checking out their sites to view the program requirements. But, I don't see anywhere listed how many offers you have to complete to get your reward. (like how iDeal lists 2 gold, 2 silver, 4 platinum, for example) Do you know the details, or where to find that information on their sites? Thanks again for your help!

Carrie @ Moneysavingmethods.com said...

Kimberley,

With Netblue, you need to log in and set up your account to see how many offers per page.

Usually, Netblue's last page is VERY expensive. So, sometimes the cheaper offers are better to do with Netblue..unless you are OK with investing a lot up front.

They do not ( or have not in the past ) had a 60 day time limit. Please read their terms once in, though, to make sure.

Danielle Miller said...

Question . . . I'm thinking about trying the Big Win $1000 gas card one. I signed up and went through everything, but haven't signed up for any offers yet.

Some of the pages have duplicate offers, and some that couldn't apply to me, (since my credit is horrible and I've already changed dish service recently.)

Are they likely to add or change more offers? Or should I just skip it?

Carrie @ Moneysavingmethods.com said...

Danielle,

They can change. Sometimes it is within a week, sometimes it is 8 months later

You just never know when they will get new offers.

Netblue doesn't have a timeline ( unless they have changed this...read the terms to check or email them ).

I would recommend just logging in one day a week to see if the last page offers have changed.

Meanwhile, I woud move on to another offer.

Jenny said...

Yeah! I've been waiting for Netblue!! The Puerto Villarta trip and the gas card are both BigWin.com. To my knowledge, you would not be able to complete both. Is this correct, Carrie? In the T&C it states, "Only one reward per household and there must be no other accounts in your household." Is this one reward per site? Thanks!!

Carrie @ Moneysavingmethods.com said...

Jenny,

Absolutely correct. So pick the prize you really want....because that is the only one you can get from that website.

I did Big Win a few years ago and I STILL can't do it again, nor my husband, etc.

Since it is one per household...only one person can do it, and then that is it.

Rebecca Kvenvolden said...

So those of you who have done this before, these offers that you have to buy stuff for, its really worth it?? i'm really nervous about putting my cc info out there for "free" trials only to have surprises later.. i'm part way through the home depot one now.. wondering if i should continue or if i'm opening a can of worms...

Carrie @ Moneysavingmethods.com said...

Rebecca,

Did you read all the instructions before starting?

Click on my left menu bar Online Offers button and then read that page. On top of that, read the IDeal Instructions ( there is a button the left side of that webpage and the Freq. Asked Questions ).

After that, you should be ready to go.

The average of all my readers seems to be anywhere from $30 to $80 dollars spent for a $500 Gift Card. So, yes...definitely worth it!!!

You won't get a return on your investment like that in the market right now. :-)

You can also read the Facebook Discussion we had last Wednesday evening. Jenny D is one of the gals who started in the fall and has already made thousands...she is doing great.

As long as you are organized, are diligent about making sure you follow the rules and can invest about $80, you should be good to go.

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Danielle Miller said...

I decided on a different offer. And luckily, most of the deals I need to sign up for are ones that I want to keep anyway. I love it when they come out with new book clubs!!!

I also verified all of my previous offers that I've completed and none are from the same company. One I couldn't tell in the terms, but the other two I'm allowed to do every six months.

This stuff is so much fun, but it really does require a ton of organization. I'm getting better at it.

Carrie said...

Hi Carrie
I'm still dilly dallying about trying this. My new worry is about the phone. Do you get a lot of telemarketing calls from signing up for all of the trials with your number? I only have a cell phone and not a landlineand the account is not in my name. I'm wondering if I should get an inexpensive pay per use cell to do the offers to make sure I don't get dq'd or hounded by tons of phone calls.
Thanks for all of the time and effort spent posting tips!
Carrie in RI

 
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