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Sometimes, since I’m not a full-time blogger, life, work or whatever else gets in my way, and I blog less. Other times, I just don’t perceive anything monumental, that others haven’t already written about, for me to write about.
This week has been a combination of all of the above. Regardless of one’s religion, Christmas has become a time for families to get together. Lots of smiles and happiness to see my parents, my siblings, my nieces and my nephew. I must admit that I took notice of my parents’ aging and it scared me terribly. I’ve been in a funk over this, and last night, I knew I hit bottom when I sat catatonically in front of the TV watching the roast of Pamela Anderson on the Comedy Channel. Heaven help me – is it time for an intervention?
The other day, I was sorting piles of mail and I came across a letter insert from Priority Club Rewards, which said Get 1000 Points Just For Watching this 90-Second Video.
I typed the info and promo code into my computer, watched the video about benefits of the Priority Club Rewards Visa Card, and, voila, was told I was rewarded with 1000 points. Also, the video finished with a page to apply for the Visa card. While the leaflet mentioned the application bonus for the card was 60,000 points, the screen before me offered me 80,000 points (too late, I already have that credit card!).
It was unclear to me whether the offer was targeted or not, but I asked a few kind people to test it out (ergo, my “I need a guinea pig tweet the other day”), and each person said the video showed and an offer popped up. So, it looks like this should work….
Here’s the link: www.PriorityClub.com/Visa1000
Here’s the Promo Code: SAMPTMDV2L
Please let me know if it works for you, whether you get the 1000 points and whether the offer that appears on the screen at the end is for 60,000 or 80,000 points.
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