Deals: Epoll and BookBub

These offers contain affiliate links. That means that when you order, join, etc., I’ll receive something from the company. For instance, if you join EPoll, I’ll get $1. This is just the companies’ way of thanking me for spreading the word. As always, I’ll only tell you about deals that look good to me, or that I participate in as well.

It’s a busy Tuesday. How about some deals? This is a collection of deals I’ve found online that I thought were good. If you know me in real life, you know I’m quite frugal, so you won’t see me recommending things that will break the bank or waste your money. These are deals that I like — maybe you will find something you like, too!

EPollThe first is a survey company called e-Poll. When you sign up at Epoll, they will sometimes send you links to surveys to take. When you take a survey, you earn points which you can cash out for gift cards. I’ve been a member at e-Poll for several years, and have made over $100 in gift cards. Most e-Poll surveys are about television shows, so if you enjoy TV, this could be a fun survey place to join. There is no charge to join, and I would say I take 1-2 surveys per month with them.

One fun thing about e-Poll is that often the surveys involve watching a 20-minute episode of a television show that has not yet aired. You’ll then get to give your opinion of various characters, the setting, etc. I find it fun — maybe you will too?

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How about a book deal? I love to read, and I’m guessing many of you do as well.bb_redreader_discover_300x250

I remember a couple of years ago, when I first got my Kindle Fire. It was so enticing — and so empty.  Yet I hated to spend a bunch of money on books for it. Well, you’ll be happy to know you can get book after book after book for your Kindle or Nook free at BookBub. Sign up (it’s free), and each day you’ll get an email listing free books you can download. You can choose the genres you most enjoy, so if you’re a memoir fan, they won’t keep sending you dystopian fiction picks.

I’ve downloaded several free books from BookBub. And actually, I have so many books now on my Kindle that some days I don’t even want to look at the BookBub email. I just have too many! But that’s a good problem to have.

What about you? Any deals caught your eye lately?

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  1. If I click on the hyperlink in your text will that give you $1? Please respond.

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