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Re: Bullionstacker Amazon Store

Postby natsb88 » Tue Jul 21, 2015

gift cards, reverse osmosis system, refrigerant, aluminum oxide grit, sodium silicate, a Thinkpad, another Thinkpad dock, some Marvel Mystery Oil, lint rollers, a portable charger, tire inflator with gauge, razor blades, a hard drive, Fire TV Stick, couple of shirts, Rubbermaid food container set, an Office 365 key card, a box of food items from Prime Pantry (who can pass up 11.6 ounce boxes of oatmeal for $0.56?), and some other goodies from Warehouse Deals. $1200 since my last update. Thankfully a lot of it is for family/neighbors/coworkers this time :lol:

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Postby Engineer » Tue Jul 21, 2015

Another 2TB drive
Copying Dorian's midget porn collection gets expensive...
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Postby Engineer » Sun Aug 09, 2015

3 medicine cabinets and a TP holder ordered through the link.
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Re: Bullionstacker Amazon Store

Postby DRP270 » Mon Aug 31, 2015

Monitor for my son's super computer--gift for his 17th birthday :roll: :lol: .

http://www.amazon.com/Asus-VG248QE-24-I ... =UTF8&vs=1

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Re: Bullionstacker Amazon Store

Postby dae2dae » Sun Sep 13, 2015

just bought another set of brakes and rotors from these guys
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005FK ... BS5I54WKGX
a replacement pair of california work shoes
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000KS ... BPLBH65A5V
and a new coffee cup for a lady friend ;)
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Re: Bullionstacker Amazon Store

Postby Engineer » Sun Sep 13, 2015

I picked up a 5th gen AirPort Extreme for a family member.
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Postby dae2dae » Sun Sep 13, 2015

Engineer wrote:I picked up a 5th gen AirPort Extreme for a family member.

I went to the airport to drop someone off who has 3 generations in her family alive still :shifty:
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Re: Bullionstacker Amazon Store

Postby natsb88 » Mon Sep 28, 2015

Since I last posted here two months ago...

refurbished Thinkpad
aluminum oxide
keyboard
R-134a
wall mount monitor arm
thermal printer labels
the best glass cleaner ever
sodium silicate
garment bags
microfiber cloths
hangers
vitamins
car air refresher
Amazon gift cards
another Thinkpad laptop
hiking shoes
books
more gift cards
1000 pairs of socks for the Realcent sock drive
allergy meds
water pump
flossers
more books
more thermal labels
digital tuner box
yet another Thinkpad
replacement battery for a UPS
wheel covers
wheel chocks
a level
numerous 4-1/2" flap wheels
respirator cartridges
a printer part

$2800 through the link. Only about 10% of it was actually for me :lol:

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Re: Bullionstacker Amazon Store

Postby MaxGravy » Wed Oct 21, 2015

Just noticed they have the 2oz high-relief capsules at Amazon. 24 for $47.99.

(24) Coin Capsule for 2 oz. Ultra High Relief Silver Rounds
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Re: Bullionstacker Amazon Store

Postby natsb88 » Wed Oct 21, 2015

machining parallels
USB microphone
LED photo light
vitamins
frost proof hydrant
a rather large TV antenna
hard drive
teflon coated fiberglass tape
stainless pipe
shampoo
PVC pipe fitings
glass cleaner

Close to $500 through the link :thumbup:

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Re: Bullionstacker Amazon Store

Postby Diggin4copper » Wed Oct 21, 2015

natsb88 wrote:machining parallels
USB microphone
LED photo light
vitamins
frost proof hydrant
a rather large TV antenna
hard drive
teflon coated fiberglass tape
stainless pipe
shampoo
PVC pipe fitings
glass cleaner

Close to $500 through the link :thumbup:


I'd love to see what u build out of that order :D
Outstanding!

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Re: Bullionstacker Amazon Store

Postby jcz1 » Thu Nov 19, 2015

Anyone with a Chase Freedom CC likely knows this, but Amazon is 5% cash back this quarter.

HOWEVER, just got an email that it is being increased to 10% starting Nov. 23. So might want to hold off any Amazon purchases until then using Chase Freedom card.
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Re: Bullionstacker Amazon Store

Postby natsb88 » Thu Nov 19, 2015

jcz1 wrote:Anyone with a Chase Freedom CC likely knows this, but Amazon is 5% cash back this quarter.

HOWEVER, just got an email that it is being increased to 10% starting Nov. 23. So might want to hold off any Amazon purchases until then using Chase Freedom card.

:thumbup: Sounds like a good time to go Christmas shopping.

since last month:

shoes
43" 4K TV
CCTV DVR
radon fan & related components
more PVC fittings
tire inflator
speakers
night lights
brackets
hat
and some other assorted goodies

$1200 through the link

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Re: Bullionstacker Amazon Store

Postby Engineer » Fri Nov 20, 2015

I'm not spending as much as Nate these days...maybe $300

I bought a SSD, pet stuff, and a couple HDDs through the link this month.
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Re: Bullionstacker Amazon Store

Postby TTrav » Sat Nov 21, 2015

I just bought a laptop and remembered to click here while I was hovering over the submit button. Close call!

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Re: Bullionstacker Amazon Store

Postby MaxGravy » Fri Nov 27, 2015

Lots of great deals at Amazon today. Don't forget to click our link. :shifty:

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Re: Bullionstacker Amazon Store

Postby natsb88 » Fri Nov 27, 2015

I got a pair of these about a month ago, quite comfortable and holding up well so far. Last night in my size with coupon code 30BLACKFRI (30% off) and Chase Freedom cash back (10%) they came out to $24.41, free Prime shipping. I grabbed four pairs in two different colors, I'm all set on sneakers for a few years :lol:

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00NUZIOGO?_en ... nstacke-20

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Re: Bullionstacker Amazon Store

Postby joefro » Fri Nov 27, 2015

Diggin4copper wrote:
natsb88 wrote:machining parallels
USB microphone
LED photo light
vitamins
frost proof hydrant
a rather large TV antenna
hard drive
teflon coated fiberglass tape
stainless pipe
shampoo
PVC pipe fitings
glass cleaner

Close to $500 through the link :thumbup:


I'd love to see what u build out of that order :D


Not really. It's just a voice activated shampoo and vitamin dispenser. :shh:

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Re: Bullionstacker Amazon Store

Postby jcz1 » Tue Dec 01, 2015

Does it still count when it's sold by someone other than Amazon?

You'll know if it does: I'm pretty sure no one else will buy what I did - a couple of used Dell keyboards. :geek:
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