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Old 12-22-2011, 09:23 PM
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Quote from mbelsky View Post :
Quickbooks Pro 2012

I helped a friend do this deal a few months ago.

Staples will pricematch BJs price, then you can use a combination of staples coupon and staples rewards certificates you can buy from a certain site that i wont link here.

I will give u the basic run-down. Feel free to PM me.

You need to order thru staples Live Chat available on this page: http://www.staples.com/sbd/cre/pr...ntact.html
(they may give you a problem pricematching in-store or over phone as the skus (item numbers) dont match, but chat is more lenient, if they say no, just insist they are the same item and if not disconnect and try again)

Staples item you want: http://www.staples.com/QuickBooks..._418897%27
BJs item you want them to pricematch (supply staples chat with the link) : http://www.bjs.com/quickbooks-pro..._cid=affil

Then purchase a $25 off $75 Staples coupon from The_Site_That_Shall_Not_Be_Named. There is currently one for sale for $1.89 with instant delivery.

Then purchase a $40 Staples Rewards Certificate from The_Site_That_Shall_Not_Be_Named. There is currently one that costs $26.49 with instant delivery. Dont tell staples where you got the coupon or rewards cert - they will work fine. Ive done this many times.

Note that the staples coupon and rewards certs must be used within 24-hours of buying them. My advice would be to get a staples chat rep to agree to pricematch and verify that they will let you use your $25 off $75 and $40 rewards cert before you buy them - you will not be able to return them.

So the price comes to:

$99.99 (pricematched price) + $1.89 (price for coupon) + $26.49 (price for rewards cert) - $25 (coupon discount) - $40 (rewards value) = $63.37 + tax. Shipping from staples is currently free for orders $45 and over so free shipping!

Pretty good for software that is normally $229. Smilie
You probably aren't aware of it, but now you are. Those $40 Rewards checks you are buying are usually stolen from other members.