Today’s episode talks about leveraging loyalty program partnerships to save you money. I primarily address that in the Laura Lesson at the start of the show and of course, also talk about my pondering purchases, products I’m trying, loving, and end it with consumer news that is relevant to you, a mom. Make sure to pass the episode along to a friend! 🙂
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Target Circle Partners….when I go there today…here’s what shows up..
Apple Arcade free for 6 months
Apple TV+ free for 4 months
Apple Music free for 4 months
iCloud+ free for 4 months
You can now link your Ulta Beauty account and earn benefits that way.
Household Essentials 240 Hinge It Magnetic Decorative Garage Door Accents
Lifetime Pro Court Height Adjustable Portable Basketball System, 44 Inch Backboard
Kid tablet boards LCD Writing Tablet, Electronic Digital Writing &Colorful Screen Doodle Board
New hamper…fairly compact..has two compartments Simple Houseware 2-Bag Heavy Duty Rolling Laundry Sorter Cart, Silver
Kook Glass Coffee Mugs set of 6
Itching for a real estate property….loving Bigger Pockets podcast
7 Eleven….elevating their loyalty program with a monthly subscription option..for $5.95 a month, it’ll waive delivery fees for members. So, you can get favorite snacks, light groceries, and have it typically delivered in 30 minutes. And if you order items totaling $10 you get additional benefits like picking a free product…like free small slurpee drink.
Amazon is launching an actual physical store dedicated to clothing, shoes and accessories in Los Angeles.
Fuzzy’s Taco Shop is the latest fast-casual chain to make plans to get into the drive-thru business.
The Texas-based taco chain on Tuesday said it had signed a 50-store deal—all of which will include drive-thrus. It’s a first for the nearly 150-unit chain.
The first two locations are slated to open in Alabama and Georgia during the first half of the year. They will be single-lane drive-thrus and will operate traditionally, without order-ahead capabilities, according to a Fuzzy’s spokesperson.
Chipotle– drive thru with no seating available for in person dining. Called Chipotlane Digital Kitchen- Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio..first one.
Amazon will expand its cashierless Amazon Go store format to suburban areas, starting in Washington and heading to Los Angeles The store allows shoppers to fill their baskets and then leave without having to go through a checkout aisle. Checkout is automated using an app.