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NWR: mypoints.com

Okay, so I don't want to come off sounding like some vendor or salesperson or something, but I know most brides like getting deals, so I figured I'd spread the word.  If you register for a mypoints.com account you can earn "points" when you shop online by clicking through their site, and then you can redeem the points for gift certificates!  I have been a member of all kinds of points programs over the years from frequent flyer programs and hotel points programs to online survey programs, and mypoints is my favorite bc I can actually USE what I redeem my points for.  I have been a member probably since the early 2000s (2002 maybe?) and I admit I am pretty bad about remembering to go to the site first to see if that store is eligible for points (although I think they have a toolbar thing you can download), and I think I have gotten over $300 worth of giftcards--and they are for regular stores too, like Macy's and Target.   Oh, and if you sign up for their newletters and stuff you can get points just for clicking on the email links.Anyway, weddings are expensive, so if you can get something back, I figure why not!  :)  (I'm also getting back money for my 529 Plan (education savings), and Back Bay Restaurant group has a "points" program as well.)
Yay! Finally able to update my signature :)
by Shannon Sorensen Photography
My hubby & I rock the frock.
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6.12.2010

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