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[Wagjag] $250 for a $50 Price Privilege e-Card (Save $0.10 per Litre for up to 500 Litres) & a $250 e-Gift Card at Esso

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Slick deal. Worked with my $10 telus credit and I just used Ebates for ease so basically it was $230 after the discounts there less my credit card cash back.
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musicmastomagic wrote:
Nov 14th, 2018 11:08 am
I just signed up for swagbucks. Is there a referral code that I can still enter or I had to sign up using someone's LINK?
I think you need to sign up with someone's link.
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Well I decided to buy since I need a new card. Hopefully we get the 4% ebates, otherwise the ebates GC shop deal that comes around (2% cash back plus $0.10/L) is the better deal.
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first time to use Swagbucks. how do you track your shopping? it said activated with 18% on the swagbuttons when i placed the order. but can't find it from my shopping history. thanks.
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50centdollars wrote:
Nov 14th, 2018 11:20 am
Well I decided to buy since I need a new card. Hopefully we get the 4% ebates, otherwise the ebates GC shop deal that comes around (2% cash back plus $0.10/L) is the better deal.
I just received about $10 from Ebates on the $250 card deal.
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LOL, all the people desperate to save pennies on gas. Here's a pro-RFD tip: get rid of the gas car, drive an electric and save yourself 90% on fuel, 50% on maintenance & 20% on insurance costs.

I drive about 80,000km per year which equates to around $8,000 in savings every year ($80,000 over 10 years). My whole family drives EVs because they're cheaper and better.
2 LEAFs, an i3 and a Model 3 with an iPace on the way.
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IntrepidRT wrote:
Nov 14th, 2018 11:24 am
LOL, all the people desperate to save pennies on gas. Here's a pro-RFD tip: get rid of the gas car, drive an electric and save yourself 90% on fuel, 50% on maintenance & 20% on insurance costs.

I drive about 80,000km per year which equates to around $8,000 in savings every year ($80,000 over 10 years). My whole family drives EVs because they're cheaper and better.
2 LEAFs, an i3 and a Model 3 with an iPace on the way.
Find me a full size SUV EV under $60k.
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IntrepidRT wrote:
Nov 14th, 2018 11:24 am
LOL, all the people desperate to save pennies on gas. Here's a pro-RFD tip: get rid of the gas car, drive an electric and save yourself 90% on fuel, 50% on maintenance & 20% on insurance costs.

I drive about 80,000km per year which equates to around $8,000 in savings every year ($80,000 over 10 years). My whole family drives EVs because they're cheaper and better.
2 LEAFs, an i3 and a Model 3 with an iPace on the way.
congratulations on your driving distances and your fleet of electric vehicles.
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Kkhan15 wrote:
Nov 14th, 2018 11:30 am
Find me a full size SUV EV under $60k.
OK, here's 2: Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV or Chrysler Pacifica hybrid. Probably save around $2000-2500/year for average mileage driving these vs something comparable without a plug. Obviously depends on your commute and such.
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IntrepidRT wrote:
Nov 14th, 2018 11:24 am
LOL, all the people desperate to save pennies on gas. Here's a pro-RFD tip: get rid of the gas car, drive an electric and save yourself 90% on fuel, 50% on maintenance & 20% on insurance costs.

I drive about 80,000km per year which equates to around $8,000 in savings every year ($80,000 over 10 years). My whole family drives EVs because they're cheaper and better.
2 LEAFs, an i3 and a Model 3 with an iPace on the way.
Let me know when they come out with an EV that has a payload of 2000lbs+, a range of 800km+ driving through the mountains in the winter with that payload, and doesn't cost $100k+, then maybe I'll be interested.
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Firecatman wrote:
Nov 14th, 2018 11:38 am
Let me know when they come out with an EV that has a payload of 2000lbs+, a range of 800km+ driving through the mountains in the winter with that payload, and doesn't cost $100k+, then maybe I'll be interested.
Yup, that's what everyone needs right? I'm going on a 5,000+km road trip in my EV soon, but hey I have to stop every 4 hours for 20 minutes, can't do 8 hours straight. You have an amazing bladder BTW, congrats!

Your requirements meets the needs of 90% of commuters. Next thing you'll say that you need it to transform into a boat or an airplane on demand and be able to travel 3 times around the globe in 30 minutes, powered by magical fairies ;) Can't please everyone.

EVs aren't for everyone, only for those serious about saving money and driving a better vehicle. We're at over 8% EV sales in Canada now (largely due to the Model 3), but it should be higher.
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Combined with 4% ebates cashback and 10$ off for being a Telus customer, it is a pretty good deal. Now I just wish I could use add my PC account on the speedpass app.
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Bunyak wrote:
Nov 14th, 2018 11:24 am
I just received about $10 from Ebates on the $250 card deal.
Did you get the e-gift card(s) yet?
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IntrepidRT wrote:
Nov 14th, 2018 11:36 am
OK, here's 2: Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV or Chrysler Pacifica hybrid. Probably save around $2000-2500/year for average mileage driving these vs something comparable without a plug. Obviously depends on your commute and such.
Those don't fit my needs. Outlander is not full size. My knees hit the steering wheel with it up and seat all the way back. One of the most uncomfortable cars I've been in. I'll wait until a Full Size SUV comes out at a reasonable cost.

Anyways back to the original thread. This is a good deal!

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