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Virgin Wines Explorers Club offers its Virgin Wines Explorers Club 12-Bottle Introductory Case bundled with a Electric Corkscrew Set and Tasting Notes Binder for $69.99 plus $19.99 for shipping. That's $130 off and a very good deal on this quantity of wine. (For further comparison, we saw 15 bottles of wine without the corkscrew set for $80 shipped in January.) Choose between 12 reds, 12 whites, or a mix of both. You must be at least 21 years old to order. This offer is only valid in select states; scroll down for a complete list.
Be sure to cancel your subscription before the end of the 90-day trial, or you will be billed $139.99 plus $19.99 shipping for future shipments.
Posted 6 days 9 hr ago Add a comment Report an error
Zagat Wine still offers its Zagat Wine Club 15-Bottle Introductory Case for $69.99 plus $19.99 for shipping. Plus, you'll receive a Tasting Notes Binder for free. At $6 per bottle, that's $160 off and tied with last week's mention as a very good deal on this quantity of wine. Choose between 15 reds, 15 whites, or a mix of both. You must be at least 21 years old to order. Note that your order will arrive in 10 to 14 days.
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ToysNGamesEtc via Amazon offers Prime members the Shot Glass Roulette Drinking Game Set for $10.70 with free shipping. (Non-members can spend over $25 for free shipping; otherwise, shipping adds $6.49.) Aside from other vendors at Amazon, that's the lowest total price we could find by $6. It includes two balls and 16 glasses.
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Amazon offers King Oscar Mediterranean Sardines 3.75-oz. Tin 12-Pack (not pictured) for $31.44. Add it to your cart via Subscribe & Save to cut it to $28.84. With free shipping, that's $9 under the lowest total price we could find for a similar pack elsewhere. If these salty fish could talk, they would probably feel they had been wrongfully imprisoned and cry out, "I'm Oscar! (Dot com.)"
Of note, please don't actually visit imoscar.com, as it's now nothing but a cybersquatter domain.
Posted May 27, 2013 Add a comment Report an error