Before discovering Blair Rewards membership, I paid too much for just about everything. Dining out, movie tickets, vacations … you name it, I didn’t get the best price possible for it. Then, I tried a 30-day trial membership to Blair Rewards and discovered significant savings. I never pay more than I have to now, and can’t imagine sticking to my budget without BlairRewards. Here are just a few of the ways I save each month, thanks to my membership:
Prescription medications – Through my Blair Rewards membership, I receive up to 55 percent off of the prescription medications I need each month. With the cost of prescriptions medications rising every day, this is one Blair Rewards perk that more than covers the cost of membership each month.
Movie tickets – I love to go to the movies, and I go four or five times a month. Before joining BlairRewards, I purchased my tickets through the movie theater box office just like most everyone else. Now, I order my tickets in advance at a reduced rate. Some programs offer discounted tickets but place unreasonable limits on how many you can purchase annually. The limit through my Blair Rewards membership is 100 per year, which more than covers my monthly needs.
Gift cards – When I purchase gift cards from Blair Rewards partner merchants – which include all of the retailers and restaurant chains I frequent – I receive 20 percent cash back. It’s a great way to not only save money on gifts, but to use gift cards for my family’s purchases.
Vacations – I cringe when I think about how much I overspent on travel before signing up for my blair rewards membership. Through the Blair Rewards Program VIP Travel Center, I receive up to 10 percent off of the booking price of our vacation packages and up to 50 percent off of hotel rooms. We’ve even received complimentary upgrades on rooms before. The travel center even helps plan our vacations. Our next trip will involve a theme park, for sure, as BlairRewards can get us up to 50 percent off of admission.
Via EPR Network
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