✨ Get Andrea Some Extra Spending Money For Chicago ✨
I'm moving to Chicago in May, so I'm just trying to make a little ~passive income~ in the mean time for whatever little furniture items or moving expense pop up. Let me know if you have any questions about any of these: I have products from all the sites listed except 2!
Get $10 to use after your first GrubHub purchase
Get $20 off your first purchase of $50+
Quince is like the more affordable cousin of Madewell/EverLane. I recommend them for basics, workout clothes, and whatever staples you might want to invest in (but not break the bank.)
BÉIS began with the promise to give everyone the opportunity to pack up their stuff and hit the road with bags and accessories that wouldn’t break the bank. From the gym to Jaipur, BÉIS will never compromise on functionality or looking selfie-ready cool. You don’t need to buy a plane ticket to find their designs useful - they made sure every detail delivered to your day-to-day goals. For instance, their duffle doubles as a gym bag and their backpack goes from carry-on to carrying all your tech. The hard-side luggage sets are made for traveling with every feature carefully designed to keep you moving effortlessly while staying fashion-forward. Plus, every piece is made to look better with miles - they don’t baby their bags. Because getting out there means getting a little dirty once in a while. That’s how you get to know yourself.
$10 off your first purchase
Lively has comfortable bras and underwear for a great price. I was able to try bras on when I went to one of their stores, and it turned out I was wearing the wrong size this whole time! Definitely recommended, especially if you buy in bulk.
$5 off your first purchase within 30 days of signing up
I use this one a lot for Nintendo eShop purchases; you can especially save money if you buy in bulk. I also recommend this for places you shop at often but don't want to commit to a store credit card, as a lot of these save you over 10% per card.
Get $11.11 cash back the first time you use Upside for a gas station purchase
If you don't have a particular gas station's reward card, I recommend this app! You can get around 10 cents back per gallon, and more cash back when you make a grocery/in-store purchase. All you do is scan a receipt; super easy.
$10 off each of your first 3 orders (min. order total of $15)
I use DoorDash way too much, but here I am spreading a bad habit. Treat yourself to some $ off some meals (extra helpful if you live in a city, or you're ordering for more than one person.)
Get $15 off your first purchase
Their wool loungers were the first AllBirds I ever got. Since then, I've also tried on their wool tennis shoes, and the tree breezers as well. They're super comfy, and great if you have stinky feet like me. 😂
Get 1 month of pCloud premium for free
I use pCloud to back up all of my files so I don't have to keep them on my computer. They have the option for a lifetime plan, so you'll never have to spend more $$ on a higher-storage laptop when you're in the market for a new one.
Get 1 month or 3 months free after purchasing a monthly or yearly subscription
The VPN that I use. Works like a charm for watching Netflix, BBC iPlayer, etc. It's fast, it's affordable -- you're good to go.
Get $25 off your first order of $150+
I don't have their luggage, but I can vouch for their electronic organizers, and their water bottle holders. Cute, and a great alternative to Away if you don't want to spend as much $$ on luggage.
$20 off your first purchase of $100+
I haven't gotten to try these yet, but I want to! They have multiple styles, and I'm shook that they're all waterproof. Let's try a pair together, shall we?
Get $10 off your first purchase of $50+
I bought a battery and some cords to speed up charging my devices, and keeping them charged when I'm traveling... call me crazy, but I think they really do charge things faster! At the very least, a travel battery for your devices is a good thing to have.
Get $20 off your first purchase of $100
I have multiple Dagne Dover bags that I got over Black Friday. They're perfect for weekender bags, purses, diaper bags, and as a "personal item" that you can bring on a plane with you.
Get 500 PayPal points ($5) after using Honey on your first purchase.
I use Honey along with other extensions to save money when I online shop. Recommended if you do a lot of online shopping. I've saved over $100 since I started using it, and just got $35 in cash back recently.
$20 off your first purchase of $125
If you're gonna invest in anything, invest in luggage. Even if you don't travel a whole lot. I got the expandable carry-on luggage during a Black Friday sale and tbh it's the only luggage I'll ever really need bc I'm paranoid about losing checked luggage.
Get $10 off your first order of $50+
TeaDrops are delicious, and you can save even more money with a subscription! Highly recommend their chai tea. Use this code purchase a sample box to see if it's right for you.
Get $25 off your first purchase of $100+
I. Love. Brooklinen. I have their sateen sheets, and their all-season down comforter. Imo I sleep a lot better, and after a wash or two, the sheets get even more soft. They're def a step up or two from big-box store sheets, but don't have a bougie price tag.
Get $5 after sending $5
Not everyone has Venmo, so this is a great alternative.
Get $10 after spending/sending $5
Send your friends $$ in a jiff. Very popular when splitting lunch orders at work.
Chase Sapphire Preferred
60,000 points for spending $4,000 in 3 months
The only credit card I will ever "peddle", this is great if you travel a lot, can afford the $90/year fee, and don't have trouble paying off your card every month. The pay-yourself-back feature is so worth it.
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Get $30 cash back after spending $30 after you sign up.
I use Rakuten alongside Honey to save some $ when I online shop. Definitely worth it; I just recently got a $20 check transferred to my PayPal and have saved over $60 since I first started using Rakuten a few years ago.
$20 off your first order of $95+
I ordered two of their shapewear items for when I was a wedding guest: it smoothed me out, and it wasn't too restrictive. They have different levels of compression for whatever situation you're in, multiple shades, and cute lingerie to boot. I would recommend this for anyone looking for long-lasting shapewear!
$20 off your first purchase of $100+
I have a friend that loves Outdoor Voices. I didn't get the right size last time I ordered from them, but their cloud-knit line is divine. Order from here if you want fancy loungewear/workout clothes.
$5 off your first purchase
I've been using Quip for years. I loved their OG electric toothbrush, but I upgraded recently to the rechargeable one. It's pricey, but SO worth it, because if you download the app? You get rewards points to use on either gift cards or more refills. If you brush twice a day, it's super duper easy.
Easy savings at any grocery store, every time. Fetch Rewards work directly with popular brands to bring you savings on thousands of products every day, no matter where you get your groceries. Just scan your receipts and let Fetch Rewards do all the work.
Get 20% off your first order
I've ordered 2 swimsuits from Cupshe and I love them. Another curvy-girl friendly company -- and they're affordable too!
Get 20% off your first order
I love Pact for their basics! Their cami tank tops and loungewear are super comfy and affordable.
Get 30% off your first purchase of $95+
I love Girlfriend Collective. Their leggings are amazing, and I just ordered some new sports bras. They're curvy-girl friendly, and definitely worth the investment (especially with 30% off!)
Check out Girlfriend Collective
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