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[Kobo eBooks] TD Rewards - GoPro HD Hero3 Silver Edition $174.99 Dec 14. ** DEAD **

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Dec 29, 2009
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I just orderd luggage.I got snow blower and bbq,but i don't need it.
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Dec 28, 2006
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I win the TV, is it really a good deal? I am not quite sure, will Boxing day likely have better deals or worse?
Anyway, I really want the luggage but didn't win, any one in ottawa want to exchange the luggage to my TV (you pay the differences, of course)?
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Apr 7, 2006
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Dec 10-14
Veho Pebble Warm!
Earing set ¿?¿
Keurig Platinum Warm!
Wii Mini Bundle HOT!!!
GoPro Hero3 HOT!!!

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rivet wrote:
Dec 7th, 2012 10:02 pm
I win the TV, is it really a good deal? I am not quite sure, will Boxing day likely have better deals or worse?
Anyway, I really want the luggage but didn't win, any one in ottawa want to exchange the luggage to my TV (you pay the differences, of course)?
I like your idea of bartering...I too have won the TV and will consider equal trade with difference in value paid in cash. I would prefer an item from TD Rewards lottery (e.g. I would really like the Canon digital camera package but will consider other interesting items as well, although by all means offer the luggage to rivet first, please no pocket bikes or used lawnmower etc. and remember you are dealling with another RFD'er here). If you live between Toronto and Ottawa, we may be able to work something out. Please pm me.
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May 6, 2005
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OctaneChicken wrote:
Dec 8th, 2012 7:58 am
Dec 10-14
Veho Pebble Warm!
Earing set ¿?¿
Keurig Platinum Warm!
Wii Mini Bundle HOT!!!
GoPro Hero3 HOT!!!

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Wish that Hero3 was the BLACK edition! :(
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Jul 12, 2006
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just got the email for the LCD for $250 is that a good deal>?
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Mar 28, 2006
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I got an email too but for the Samporo Fibre Lite spinners set (black). Never heard of this brand, all I know is Futureshop is selling their products. Are they good? $ 99 for 3 seems cheap...any one know how much is the shipping?

www.samboro.ca/Samboro/products/L633.html
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Apr 7, 2006
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For those that missed the skylanders deal TD has them for $54.99 5 Xbox ones left and 3 PS3.
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Sep 10, 2007
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In for Wii-mini and GoPro this week...rest looks useless.
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PS4 GAMES - NHL 16 + NBA LIVE 16 + Assassin's Creed Syndicate = $85
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Apr 30, 2003
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For $99.99 its a great deal if you travel. Free shipping I have a couple of Samporo suitcases and they held up with travels to asia. We all know baggage handlers dont treat them nice and even after being banged around carousels they held up well. The 4 wheel spinners makes the suitcase very versatile to wheel around.
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Dec 10th, 2012 10:23 am
I got an email too but for the Samporo Fibre Lite spinners set (black). Never heard of this brand, all I know is Futureshop is selling their products. Are they good? $ 99 for 3 seems cheap...any one know how much is the shipping?

www.samboro.ca/Samboro/products/L633.html
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Jun 23, 2005
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Toronto
I'm new to TD Rewards and was hoping someone could explain this to me.

Is there any prerequisite for how many points you need, because most of the time I don't have enough points, but I would like to buy something. Do you always have the option to buy with cash or with points?

As well, I'm also confused how something that you can buy for $19.99 can also cost 10 000 points (isn't that $50 in travel points), it doesn't seem like it is worth it to use your points, but maybe I'm wrong.
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Dec 25, 2003
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DigitalAge wrote:
Dec 10th, 2012 11:37 am
I'm new to TD Rewards and was hoping someone could explain this to me.

Is there any prerequisite for how many points you need, because most of the time I don't have enough points, but I would like to buy something. Do you always have the option to buy with cash or with points?

As well, I'm also confused how something that you can buy for $19.99 can also cost 10 000 points (isn't that $50 in travel points), it doesn't seem like it is worth it to use your points, but maybe I'm wrong.
Don't need any points to participate in these deals.

And your instinct is right, nobody in their right mind would pay with points.
General Radek had some good ideas.
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Sep 22, 2006
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I must have tried to register at least a dozen times between yesterday and today, using two separate CCs. I keep getting that error box popping up in my face. Fired off an email to support, no response yet. Do they have a phone number, does anyone know?
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