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Re: Bullionstacker Amazon Store

Postby brian0918 » Sun Dec 21, 2014

MaxGravy wrote:
brian0918 wrote:Did my last order show up?


What did you buy? We only get a list of items ordered. It doesn't include any info on the buyer.


Hydraulic mower lift, and a metric-shit-ton of Keurig cups.

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Re: Bullionstacker Amazon Store

Postby MaxGravy » Sun Dec 21, 2014

brian0918 wrote:
MaxGravy wrote:
brian0918 wrote:Did my last order show up?


What did you buy? We only get a list of items ordered. It doesn't include any info on the buyer.


Hydraulic mower lift, and a metric-shit-ton of Keurig cups.


I do not see them on the list. It can take a few days to show up.
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Re: Bullionstacker Amazon Store

Postby GoldGoldandGold » Wed Dec 24, 2014

Copied from SD. Not sure how the quality of Wilson's leather is, but if you buy 2 items - you get an extra 70% off on the current sale price. So if you buy a bag for 90 bucks and a jacket for 90 bucks, you actually pay 30% of (90+90) = 54 bucks plus Obama taxes.

Not a bad deal

http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_1?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=wilsons+leather
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Re: Bullionstacker Amazon Store

Postby RyanEOD » Wed Dec 24, 2014

GoldGoldandGold wrote:Copied from SD. Not sure how the quality of Wilson's leather is, but if you buy 2 items - you get an extra 70% off on the current sale price. So if you buy a bag for 90 bucks and a jacket for 90 bucks, you actually pay 30% of (90+90) = 54 bucks plus Obama taxes.

Not a bad deal

http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_1?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=wilsons+leather


Holy crap, I threw a jacket and a pair of chaps in my cart, and it came out to $82 when it was $275 before the promotions.

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Re: Bullionstacker Amazon Store

Postby MaxGravy » Sat Dec 27, 2014

MaxGravy wrote:
brian0918 wrote:
MaxGravy wrote:
brian0918 wrote:Did my last order show up?


What did you buy? We only get a list of items ordered. It doesn't include any info on the buyer.


Hydraulic mower lift, and a metric-shit-ton of Keurig cups.


I do not see them on the list. It can take a few days to show up.


Thank you sir. :thumbup:
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Re: Bullionstacker Amazon Store

Postby Diamondplate Dave » Sun Jan 04, 2015

Just used the link to buy three items for about $70, including a tofu press.
Promised somebody gifts from Amazon! Honest!

I figure it's good to keep track of purchases through the store, and bump the thread again.
So glad BS is ad-free.
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Re: Bullionstacker Amazon Store

Postby Blue Angel » Thu Jan 15, 2015

Watch for this item to show on the list. Just ordered today!

http://www.amazon.com/Rugged-Ridge-1203 ... oss+member

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Re: Bullionstacker Amazon Store

Postby joefro » Fri Jan 16, 2015

Bought a bunch of accessories for my new GoPro. Going skiing in Breckenridge weekend after next and then on an epic backtracking trip through Yosemite. Hope to catch some good video.

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Re: Bullionstacker Amazon Store

Postby RyanEOD » Thu Jan 29, 2015

I'm looking for a new corded plunge router, any suggestions? I also want some standard bits. (Really want this for a flush bit, but figured I would get the tool and start using it for other things)

I don't own one yet, but I find when I get tools I like to get in the mid tier so they don't break on me anytime soon.

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Re: Bullionstacker Amazon Store

Postby lucky43113 » Fri Jan 30, 2015

Engineer wrote:I spent another $600ish on car parts at the BS Amazon store today. :shifty:

They'll overnight a bumper to your house for $30. :shock:
How the fluff can they do that?


volume shippers must get a heck of a discount... be funny to see the mail man deliver a bumper :lol:
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Re: Bullionstacker Amazon Store

Postby RyanEOD » Sat Jan 31, 2015

Engineer wrote:
RyanEOD wrote:I'm looking for a new corded plunge router, any suggestions? I also want some standard bits. (Really want this for a flush bit, but figured I would get the tool and start using it for other things)

I don't own one yet, but I find when I get tools I like to get in the mid tier so they don't break on me anytime soon.


I love this little guy. It's not a huge brute of a router, but has plenty of power for everything I normally do, is light, easy to handle, and surprisingly quiet.

http://www.amazon.com/Makita-RT0701CX3-1-1-Compact-Router/dp/B00FYUMOIW/ref=sr_1_2?s=hi&ie=UTF8&qid=1422595175&sr=1-2&keywords=Makita+RT0700CX3+1-1%2F4+Horsepower+Compact+Router+Kit


Thank you sir, router and bits ordered!

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Re: Bullionstacker Amazon Store

Postby MaxGravy » Sun Feb 22, 2015

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Re: Bullionstacker Amazon Store

Postby fredzoyt » Tue Feb 24, 2015

I'm curious to know if my Concept2-D rower generated some revenue. I bought it on 2/20. Let me know.

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Re: Bullionstacker Amazon Store

Postby joefro » Tue Feb 24, 2015

Bought a jetboil stove for hiking/camping. About $100. Hope you guys are getting the funds, I buy stuff on Amazon all the time and always use the BS link.

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Re: Bullionstacker Amazon Store

Postby crumbernuncher » Mon Mar 09, 2015

Glad I saw this. I will click through to Amazon using the Bullionstacker link from now on.

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Re: Bullionstacker Amazon Store

Postby fredzoyt » Mon Mar 09, 2015

I'm not convinced the Amazon thing is working for me. I purchased that Concept2 rower really hoping that would result in a nice kickback for B.S.

Randy, you said a couple weeks ago nothing had been received for BS from that purchase.

If that is the case then there must be something about the procedure I'm doing wrong. I've been logging into my amazon account, adding what I want to the cart, then moving away from amazon to BS, then clicking the amazon link in BS, then completing my purchase.

I started doing it that way because when I use to go straight to amazon from the b.s link, then sign into amazon I would lose the "bullionstacker" name in the URL.

Does this make sense to anyone?

I still don't know what the right procedure is to make sure BS is getting the benefits from my amazon purchases. I buy from there all the time.

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Re: Bullionstacker Amazon Store

Postby crumbernuncher » Mon Mar 09, 2015

Next purchase on Amazon--office supplies, copies of magazines publishing my stories this month, a DVD or two. Please post any incantations needed to trickle the percentage this way.

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Re: Bullionstacker Amazon Store

Postby TTrav » Tue Mar 10, 2015

I just bought some fancy shave soap and some lotions and such for the girlfriend. Woot.

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Re: Bullionstacker Amazon Store

Postby MaxGravy » Sat Mar 21, 2015

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