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[Altitude Sports] Get $30 Credit at Altitude Sports for Donating $15 to Alti Action Campaign

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  • Oct 30th, 2017 3:24 pm
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I don't think you can claim this on your income tax as a charitable donation because you are not donating to the charity directly but giving money to Altitude Sports (not a registered charity) that will then donate the money (and get the tax credits) to the registered charity.

Having said that, you're getting "more" by way of credit for purchasing goods than whatever you would save on income tax. And if you aren't, then at least you can know you did a good deed.
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dealstealer491 wrote:
Oct 26th, 2017 11:02 pm
does the 30$ credit have an expiry date too?
No. I don't think the altidollars expire as there is no indication, unlike the credits, which have expiry dates.

The beauty of this campaign is you might get an invitation to review the product (charitable donation) and get $10 more in credit (90 days before expiration).

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