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Postby Silverkid » Wed Sep 19, 2018

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Postby AGhead » Thu Nov 22, 2018

Y'all don't forget to go through the Amazon link when your buying blk Fri and pre-Christmas....
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Postby AGhead » Mon Nov 26, 2018

rich bold dark coffee and stuff
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Postby PeacePeople » Tue Dec 04, 2018

shelves, a chair and a few other odds and ends...
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Postby MaxGravy » Mon Jan 28, 2019

Don't forget to use the Amazon link before shopping. :angel:

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Postby Purple and Gold » Wed Feb 13, 2019

Amazon purchase today of a pair of Venum Kick boxing gloves
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Re: Bullionstacker Amazon Store

Postby natsb88 » Thu Feb 21, 2019

Stuff ordered for myself and family and friends and businesses since my last post in July...

cat food
deodorant
USB-C cables
LifeStraw
sneakers
Door Reinforcement Locks
security camera system
computer memory
(more) 32" Monitors
gigabit switches
HDMI cables
Samsung EVO SSD
monitor stands
computer speakers
Qi Wireless Charger Stand
currency holders
1" square drive ratchet
toilet paper
DisplayPort to DVI adapter
rigid mailers
post card sleeves
2x2 coin holder assortment
Rottenstone
2019 Red Book
thermal labels
variety of LED trailer lights, mounting accessories, and wiring
mobile base kit
replacement battery for UPS
shoe insoles
digital calipers
radius gauges
thread pitch gauges
razor blades
protein powder
Logitech K800 Wireless Illuminated Keyboard
docking station
wireless mouse
heavy duty folding camp chairs
replacement RV awning fabric
oil drain hose
LED bulbs
Pegitz Pegboard Peg Locks
metric tap
welding consumables
automotive bulbs
GMC tailight circuit board
toner
more toner
0.0125" drill bits
magnetic hooks
shampoo
router
gift card
calculator
indexable carbide inserts
safety glasses
casters
LED strip lights
bearings
oil seals
expansion plugs
hex wrenches
GoJo hand cleaner
cork backing sheets
self-adhesive rubber feet
gigabit switch
socks
Bluetooth speakers
Yeti bottle
stamps and stamp pads
ukulele kit
moose hat
split leg apron
gift card
Add An Inch Tool
ornaments
kitchen towels
oak pineapple finials
Japanese Kit-Kats
water softener cleaner
clear shelving unit cover
large wall calendar
books
Fitbit Charge 3
power washer nozzles
Office 365 Key Card
pellet tube smoker
wireless mouse
CD cases
Bluetooth earbuds
pet nail trimmers
LED machine light
vitamins
flat panel TV tripod stand
dried mealworms
document camera
HDMI splitter
packing tape
suspenders
copper lugs
gaffer tape
another Samsung EVO SSD
7" portable monitor
some SquareTrade warranties and miscellany

$5k+ though the link.

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Postby AGhead » Mon Feb 25, 2019

bunch of diapers etc. for my soon to be born great nephew :D

$500.00 through the link

DON'T FORGET TO GO THROUGH
< THE LINK (see it under "support Bullionstacker")
BEFORE CHECKING OUT WITH AMAZON :thumbup:
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Re: Bullionstacker Amazon Store

Postby AGhead » Sun Mar 10, 2019

QAZAKY Carburetor just purchased through the link
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Re: Bullionstacker Amazon Store

Postby grantwoodisgold » Sun May 19, 2019

***Reminder Bump***

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<--------to click the button on the left side bar to support Bullionstacker when buying on Amazon

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Re: Bullionstacker Amazon Store

Postby Bucketeer » Wed May 29, 2019

BoxofGold wrote:I buy a lot of stuff on Amazon and often forget to use the BS link. To quote Half Hunter: Dammit, Boy! I need a reminder!


I'm guilty of the same thing.

I took an Xacto-knife, and trimmed off everything but the adhesive strip on a Post It note. Wrote "BS Amazon" on the strip and put on the lower part of my monitor. I'm embarrassed to think about how many times I went through checkout, and then remembered about the BS link.

When I'm window shopping on Amazon, if I see something I'm interested in, I'll add it to my cart, but usually I won't buy it at the time. I like to check around on prices, because in too many cases Amazon is much higher than other retailers on the internet.

Besides, it warms my heart to deny Mr Bozo a few shekels when I can.

Using the cart like that works great for me. Right now, I've got 24 items in my cart, but I'm not going to buy any or all of them until I've checked around, and I take a little time to think about how many of those items I really want or need. Some will be deleted prior to checkout.

I'm new to minimalism, but I trying not to impulse buy.

Now....let's say I've decided I'm going to buy the contents of the cart. Can I simply use the BS link and then checkout? (probably not).

Maybe the best option here is to print out a list of the cart, delete all of the items from the cart, get outta Amazon and click the BS link, and then start filling an empty cart.
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Re: Bullionstacker Amazon Store

Postby MaxGravy » Wed May 29, 2019

I believe you should click the link first to take you to Amazon, then load the cart. I'm not really sure and Amazon doesn't provide many details. Nate may know the answer. The commissions vary depending on the item and some items don't pay anything.

If you tell me that you bought something, and then I ask Amazon why we didn't get a commission, they will consider you a friend or family and stop paying commissions on anything you buy.
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Re: Bullionstacker Amazon Store

Postby Bucketeer » Wed May 29, 2019

I agree.

I like using the cart to hold items of possible interest, but I may not actually buy until 1-2 months later. What I'll do on my next next purchase is print out a list of the cart, delete all the items, and then the next
day, hit the BS link, and start over with a clean cart.

MaxGravy wrote: If you tell me that you bought something, and then I ask Amazon why we didn't get a commission, they will consider you a friend or family and stop paying commissions on anything you buy.
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Are you serious? Should I be telling you when I make a purchase so you can check?
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Re: Bullionstacker Amazon Store

Postby MaxGravy » Wed May 29, 2019

Bucketeer wrote:I agree.

I like using the cart to hold items of possible interest, but I may not actually buy until 1-2 months later. What I'll do on my next next purchase is print out a list of the cart, delete all the items, and then the next
day, hit the BS link, and start over with a clean cart.

MaxGravy wrote: If you tell me that you bought something, and then I ask Amazon why we didn't get a commission, they will consider you a friend or family and stop paying commissions on anything you buy.
.

Are you serious? Should I be telling you when I make a purchase so you can check?


No, it doesn't matter. We'll take whatever they send. I've checked a few times when Nate posted a list. Some items paid a commission and some didn't.
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