Here's what we found in our research:
Two Free Delta Airlines Tix
You’re Now Free To Move Around...
Wow, were we ever confused! We found another Free Airline Tickets giveaway--this time by ClaimFreeRewards.com--but the heading on the offer page didn’t agree with the incentives being shown!
NO QA Here
We went to CFRs 2-2-9 Silver/Gold/Platinum pages looking for two Delta Airlines Tickets but, at the top of each page were the instructions to “Claim Your 2 Free Southwest Tickets.” We made our best attempts at contacting CFR for a clarification (even delaying this review by some 8 calendar days) but we got no response from the available contact information. We really tried to be fair but in the end, we had to move on. Our most recent check of the offer pages show the same “double minded” condition, so we’re assuming their webmaster’s QA staff is at the beach daubing on copious amounts of SPF30.
Silver And Gold For Under $4
Anyway, if you choose to believe this is just a slight site oversight, as we did (just be careful), then you’d likely go ahead with the offer pages. And, this is what we found: $1 to complete the Silver page using FreeCreditReport.com and DealMax. Then, it took $2.87 to get through the Gold page with a free eMusic trial and the GrantFundingSource RFT.
Nice Trend For Platinum Picks
We were pleasantly surprised when we found 17 offers from which to select our 9 required, AND there were plenty of RFTs (both of which are contrary to recently observed FO trends). Of late, we have noticed that the final selection pages have tended to only make a dozen or so offers from which you’re still required to choose the nine. Also, there have usually been few RFTs which mean users must select the more expensive outright purchases or subscriptions.
The Proverbial Bottom Line
But, after all was said and done, we found the eMusic download trial for $0 up front, followed by 8 very reasonable other RFTs that totaled $46.64. Which means that qualifying for the Delta tickets altogether took us $50.51. May you have a happy flight (with someone).
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