$10 off $30 purchase at Home Depot and Dollar General, but must pay using PayPal.

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  1. TripTo My Taint

    TripTo My Taint Well-Known Member

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    This is an awesome deal from PayPal, found on a deal site I frequent. It's pretty easy, as long as you have a Paypal account and link it to a debit card. After signing up on payPal, you can pay at Home Depot with just your paypal phone number and pin number...cardless transaction. Paypal texts you a receipt...it is awesome easy, and the future of e-payments.

    PP has been offering this 10 for 30 thing for a few weeks at various stores...there was a $10 off $50 for ToysRUs that expired yesterday. Today I am buying two $25 Amazon gift cards at Dollar General for $40 via PP, then $30 in gift cards from Home Depot for $20 (again, via paypal)...free $20 at stores I already shop at weekly.

    Here's the link : http://www.fatwallet.com/forums/hot-deals/1246182/


    All you do is click the link to PayPal, link your cell, then add the deals for DG and Home Depot. Simple $20 in your pockets, right at Christmas!
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  3. Mur

    Mur Mod VIP

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    Thanks, but too much work for me.
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    DogStar69 Well-Known Member

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    Too complicated. It's not worth the trouble, I will look for sales at other places. I have a paypal extras m/c and all my purchases for paypal go on it (I don't have to keep a penny in my paypal account) , and I can use it as a regular m/c too.
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    TripTo My Taint Well-Known Member

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    5 minutes work for $20, with many similar deals in the future tied to PP...whatever.

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