• Shop Your Way Max! + Sears/Kmart Special Offer! #ad

    April 2, 2014 • BlogComments (0)

    Shop Your Way Max

    “This is a sponsored post. I am a Shop Your Way blogger and all opinions are my own.”

    When it comes to online shopping, it’s so easy now to purchase what you want when you want. The only constant problem that presents itself is the shipping. First off, it’s expensive! Secondly you always have to wonder when your package will finally arrive. Sears and Kmart have come up with a program where for one flat fee everything is taken care of (and pretty quickly too!). Here’s what it’s all about!

    There are millions of reasons to love Max…..

    Max opens doors and carries your bags. He brings gifts (delivered in two-days or less!). Max is the real deal. And at just $39/year, he’s a steal. The other guy is just past his PRIME. (I thought that was funny.)

    Meet Shop Your Way MAX, which offers free two-day shipping on Sears and Kmart merchandise for just $39/year. Shop Your Way MAX is available to members of Shop Your Way, a free online social shopping program that offers perks and points whenever you shop at Sears or Kmart. Click here to join Shop Your Way now and start saving.

    At just $39/year, Shop Your Way MAX is PRIME for the taking. Members get free two-day shipping on tons of items, from tools and clothing to footwear and more. Yes, there are millions of reasons to love Max, but 39 will do.

    It’s PRIME TIME to become a member of Shop Your Way MAX – it’s free for 90 days! Sign up and activate free two-day shipping for just $39/year.

    So as you can see, for those of us who even get 1-2 package a month, let alone 40+ this pays for itself. Plus the free trial is pretty sweet too. Check it out and let us know what you think!

    Shop Your Way Max FREE 2-day shipping

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  • Marking off Celeb Fashion on Bingo Cards

    March 25, 2014 • BlogComments (0)


    Fashion police with a bingo twist

    Bingo has become quite the popular pastime in the last few years, and it’s all thanks to the industry transitioning into the digital realm. In the UK alone – which is the biggest market for online bingo – an estimated 3.4 million people count themselves as regular players, bringing in more than £600 million annually.
    The popularity boom has been such that Bwin’s Cheekybingo has even been incorporated as interstitials in top-rated TV program The Jeremy Kyle Show.

    This kind of popularity was what paved the way for the relatively recent spin-offs (for lack of a better word) of the game. This is largely perpetuated by the younger crowd who’ve just discovered that aside from the core game of bingo being fun, it also lends itself well to various kinds of thematic and gameplay modifications.

    In recent years, some of the more prominent ones include dance bingo, which challenges players to string together a combo of moves which correspond to a winning line on customized bingo cards. There’s also wardrobe bingo, initiated by online clothing store last year to entice fashionista bloggers to come up with mix-and-match ensembles using bingo’s game mechanics. And for wannabe travelers who find it hard to work up the drive to actually do some traveling, travel bingo is sure to keep them motivated by giving them a prize as soon as a line of locations on their modded bingo card is completed.

    With the Oscar Awards having just wrapped up, it’s worth noting that one of the more well-known side activities of followers of the event is the critiquing of celebrities’ fashion sense on the red carpet. To add a bit more fun into this pastime the next time the awards show rolls around, you might want to add a little bingo spin to it. All you need to play the game is a modified bingo card whose cells contain celebrity names instead of numbers. You then choose whether you want to daub out fashion victims or those who are able to pull off what they’re wearing. Finally, you proceed to the game proper and start marking out names until you get a winning bingo line.

    With this twist on the classic game, watching a parade of fashion faux pas might just become a bit more bearable.



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