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If you don’t know Flight001, it is a cool website catering to aviation geeks like you and me. I always find something cool on the website – in addition to classic flight items such as adaptors and travel guides, you can find lots of great little quirky gift items too.
I must admit, some of the items are a bit expensive for my budget, but with this deal from Gilt City, it’s like getting these items at half-price. If you’re looking for an even better deal, there are many items in the Sale category that I like. At essentially 50% off, it’s a steal.
here are some cute items:
and here’s one I could probably use:
So here’s the deal:
On Gilt City, you can get $100 of Merchandise Credit for $50, or $160 of Merchandise Credit for $80. Only online, and only Flight001 products. Some terms:
- Redeem by: Sunday, November 1, 2015
- This offer is subject to Terms and Conditions
- Valid at Flight001.com only
- Valid on Flight 001 branded merchandise only
- Limit one per member
- Shipping and tax are not included and will be charged at time of redemption
- Free shipping on orders over $50
You are more than welcome to use my Gilt City Referral Link but if you shop through a shopping portal, you may be able to get extra points, miles or cash back. For example, if you want to use Topcashback, you can get 15% cash back if you’re a new customer, or 5% if you are an existing customer. That means you’re saving more than 50%! If you’ve never used Topcashback, you may use my referral link and we’ll each get $10.
If you are a new customer of Gilt City, you might instead use this INVITATION LINK and we’ll each get $25 towards our respective next purchases.
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