I like to save money in any and all areas of my life. I also like to share the details of my savings with friends and family. My most recent find is the Blair Rewards program. From everyday purchases such as groceries to big-ticket items such as vacation packages, Blair Rewards offers deep discounts to its members for a low monthly fee. I am surprised each month when I add up what I save, and when I show the bottom line to another friend or family member, I’m not surprised by how quickly they sign up themselves.
I joined BlairRewards via a 30-day trial membership. My savings more than paid for the low monthly fee that first month, so I continued my membership. The Blair Rewards program conveniently charges my credit card each month, so I don’t have to do anything to continue my membership. And, were I to want to cancel my Blair Rewards membership, it would take just a phone call. I can’t imagine doing that, though, with the savings I have been receiving, such as:
Dining out – Between 10 and 50 percent, that’s what I have saved at participating restaurants through my Blair Rewards Program membership. Dining out has always been the first cost to be cut during times when I needed to trim expenses. Now, I don’t have to go without eating at my favorite restaurants during lean months. Blair Rewards allows me to continue having a social life.
Movie tickets – I see an average of five movies per month, so this BlairRewards perk easily proves worth the cost of membership each month. Instead of purchasing my tickets at the movie theater box office, I order them ahead of time through the Blair rewards program. Combined with the dining out savings, Blair Rewards makes date night possible.
Via EPR Network
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