Monday, March 7, 2016
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Step 1: Go through a portal (optional)
Start your shopping by checking http://www.cashbackmonitor.com/Cashback-Store/Wine.com to get some extra cashback on your purchase. You can get around 5% off your order as cashback through a portal this way.
Step 2: Select your wines
The idea is to hit $100 without too much overshoot. For example, add 2 bottles of the 2013 Clos du Val Cabernet Sauvignon Antonio Galloni rated 95 points at $29.99. I've had the wine. It's pretty good. Then 2 bottles of 2013 Hahn SLH Pinot Noir Wine Spectator rated 92 points at $22.99. Your total would then come to $105.96 thus qualifying for $30 off. Inventory varies by state. Ping me if you'd like some help finding good deals in your state.
Step 3: Sign up for a Stewardship free trial
Stewardship is Wine.com's equivalent to Amazon Prime. You get free shipping for a year, but you can also get a free trial for a month. If you've ordered from Wine.com in the past, try signing up with a new email address to get a new free trial.
Step 4: Place your order
The deal can be used once per email address. This might also be a good opportunity to use up any Wine.com gift cards you may have purchased at a discount in the past. Or, if you have a Chase Ink credit card you could earn 5x Ultimate Rewards by buying Wine.com gift cards from PayPal Digital Gifts.
Step 5: Cancel Stewardship
To make sure you're not billed for a year of Stewardship, cancel your trial after placing your order.