Get on the Express for Discount Shopping Know How to Find Discounts, Get Coupons, and Save Money Shopping Online and Offline Want to save money while shopping? Of course you do! Why? Because nobody likes to find their wallet or purse flat-out empty from all the joy or necessity of shopping or suffer the consequences of endlessly swiping the plastic to the max on whatever they can get their hands on, then waiting for the wrath of the credit card bill to drop on their doorstep only to be filled with buyer´s remorse and now swimming in debt and hanging on the mercy of creditors. Finding bargains and deals may seem obvious - head to Google and click ´´Search´´, or go through the stack of mail and newspapers, hoping to grab some coupons - but there is far more to the process than people realize. Also, still think getting the best bang for your buck is exclusive at the big major retailers? Think again! That´s the perception they create for you to shop there in the first place. When stuff is perceived to be on sale, you just have to buy it, right? But are they really on sale? Because there are other secret underground mom-and-pop-like shops where less people know about that offer - and there are better outrageous deals. In order to save money shopping, you need to do what others don´t do and look where others don´t look...because whenever there is word of a gold mine, it will be over before anybody else has the chance to pick up a shovel. You need to approach discount shopping and bargain hunting from a different angle, like pro shoppers do. When you take the Discount Shopping Express, your destination includes: How to find discounts online and offline with advanced shopping strategies How to get coupons the way nobody else is doing and very few know about How to determine the best place to buy what... 1. Language: English. Narrator: KnowIt Express. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/058481/bk_acx0_058481_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Ready to save money? Ready to get all those special discounts?! Thousands of companies, including the big ones, hand out coupons for all kinds of items. And a lot of people miss out by neglecting them. A few fanatics get thousands of dollars worth of groceries for only a few hundred bucks, and others just find the occasional deal they like. How far are you willing to go? Would you really spend some extra time researching the matter to live life to the fullest without spending all kinds of money? The couponing strategies in this audiobook are real. The idea is not too good to be true. Couponing can help you get so much out of life that you barely have to make a living. But you have to know what you’re doing, or you’ll go about it all wrong. Some prices may seem like good deals, but companies or brands are just cranked up the price to make something look like a discount. Others just try to suck you into their store to have you buy more (since you’re there anyway). A clever tactic when becoming a super couponing shopper helps. That’s why this audiobook was put together. You will learn about: Which coupons are often good deals. How to beat the marketing strategies unleashed upon you and get the most bang for your buck every single time. How to organize coupons and not go insane with a stack of cut out pieces of paper. Online coupons and the benefit of having Internet on your phone to find a deal while you are shopping. Routines, examples, and super tricks to combine coupons, save time, and walk out of the store with a load of groceries for almost nothing. And much more! You cannot stay in the dark and be unaware of all the deals around you. You simply have to take initiative to become financially free without being a doctor or lawyer. Taking the time to use coupons effectively pays off. Begin now by listening to this audiobook! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kristen S. Osborne. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/120716/bk_acx0_120716_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
TripAdvisor - The Top Ten Things to Do in Amsterdam There is no more progressive city than Amsterdam. It’s definitely a bucket list item to visit this beautiful and interesting city and TripAdvisor - The Top Then Things to Do in Amsterdam is the perfect guide to help you make the most out of your trip. One of the first places to visit when you arrive is the Anne Frank house. Her story, told through the infamous diary she kept as a young girl hiding from Nazi’s during World War II is riveting. Visiting the perfectly preserved house that displays her actual diary is a must do on your trip. This book tells you what you need to know about tickets and the best time of day to visit. When locals want to escape the hustle and bustle of the city they head to Vondel Park and so should you. There you will get a real taste of the laid back culture that is Amsterdam, where most all vices are welcomed. Chug a beer, smoke a joint, cruise around the park on rented rollerblades, or go for a jog, and soak it all in. Did you know, that like Venice, Amsterdam has many canals? Booking a tour on them is the best way to see the city. They even have concerts aboard the boats! This handy eBook will tell you when the free concerts are so you can save a buck or two and have more to spend at one of the lively and colorful markets that dot the city. Finally, no trip to Amsterdam is complete without a visit to the infamous red light district where the ´´oldest profession in the world” has reached its highest level of sophistication. This is not a destination for the prudish or squeamish, but it’s an experience worth having. There are some guidelines and rules you need to know before you visit this ´´interesting” part of the city, so make sure to bring TripAdvisor - The Top Things to Do in Amsterdam with you on your trip. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Martyn Clements. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/029931/bk_acx0_029931_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Der große Erfolg ´´Das Dings´´ jetzt auch in Englisch! This thingy? is an animal is quite big can carry a lot can drink a lot lives in the desert has one or two humps. Welches Tier wird hier gesucht? Thingy ist ein spannendes Ratespiel - auch für größere Gruppen! Ein Spieler liest nach und nach die sechs Hinweissätze auf der Karte vor, die anderen versuchen, das versteckte Wort so schnell wie möglich zu erraten. Mit Thingy wiederholen und trainieren Ihre Schülerinnen und Schüler bereits gelernte Vokabeln und erweitern spielerisch ihr Wortwissen. Gleichzeitig üben sie das Lesen englischer Sätze in einer Realsituation. Mit Ratebegriffen aus den Bereichen Jobs, Shopping, Food, Family, Hobbies, Clothes, Body, Music, Going Places, School, Sports, Going to Town, Animals, Weather und At Home. 120 Ratekarten mit 240 zu erratenden Begriffen
Praktisch und mit einer Hand zusammen- und wieder aufgeklappt, so einfach und ganz ohne Bücken lässt sich der Amble zusammenfalten und in Auto, Flur oder Schrank verstauen. Genauso schnell und einfach sind kleine und große Schätze während ausgedehnter Shopping-Touren und Spaziergänge im geräumigen Einkaufskorb eingepackt. Und während die Eltern sich richtig „austoben´´, sitzen selbst kleinere Kinder dank mehrfach verstellbarer Rückenlehne und zusätzlicher Polsterung ganz gemütlich im Kinderwagen und begleiten die Eltern auf ihrer Schatzsuche.
Hildegarde Withers heads down Mexico way where the death in the afternoon involves neither a matador nor a bull. Inspector Oscar Piper is off on a junket to Mexico in the summer of 1937 (surrounded by a bunch of Democrats, huffed Miss Withers) when a customs inspector on a train headed for Mexico City sniffs a very potent bottle of cheap perfume and promptly drops dead. Quite naturally, Oscar telegraphs Hildegarde in Manhattan about the perfume and quite naturally Miss Withers packs her bags and heads south of the border, figuring Oscar is out of his depth if he has to rely on deductive reasoning rather than a rubber hose. Why any of the occupants of the train should want to kill a harmless Mexican customs inspector is so puzzling that everyone assumes that the real intended victim is a self-made rich american woman who seemingly has rededicated her life to shopping. Her husband ought to be the prime suspect but he seems devoted to her, although he was spotted giving cash to a pretty young redhead when he thought no one was looking. Then there were the two American fast buck artists who figured they could get rich buying up all the gasoline-powered generators in Mexico on the eve of a strike by utility workers. They looked especially guilty when their shady, double-crossing associate - a somewhat accomplished ladies´ man - becomes the second person to die. A blue banderilla, usually used to slow bulls down, is driven through his back during a Sunday afternoon bullfight in Mexico City. Miss Withers borrows a technique from Sherlock Holmes himself to show that a banderilla makes for a lousy murder weapon, a conclusion also reached by a rather odd young Mexican man whose English seems to come and go. First published in 1937, this lighthearted mystery displays all the charm that made Miss Withers Anthony Boucher´s favorite female sleuth as well as a favorite of moviegoers during the early days of the talkies. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Julie McKay. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/007869/bk_adbl_007869_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Born in Chicago, February 14, 1894, Benjamin Kubelsky would later become known as Jack Benny. As a boy, he was encouraged by his Jewish immigrant parents from Poland to become a concert violinist. He learned to play quite well and hit the vaudeville stage, where he played popular songs and honed a suave-but-fragile personality, telling self-deprecating jokes. Benny guested on the ´´Ed Sullivan´´ radio show March 19, 1932 and was an instant success. Canada Dry signed him to a contract that same year and soon Jack Benny was broadcasting each week on CBS. His radio career included a long run on NBC and then a return to CBS through his final radio days. His all-star supporting cast included his wife Mary Livingstone, Eddie ´´Rochester´´ Anderson, Dennis Day, Phil Harris, Mel Blanc, Frank Nelson and announcer Don Wilson. As Jerry Seinfeld would emulate years later on his TV show, Benny´s cast received the best jokes - many pointed at the show´s star. Expert scripts constantly reminded listeners of Benny´s portrayal of himself as a stingy and vain man, concerned about his receding hairline and insistence that he was no older than 39. Benny´s radio show made a successful transition to television with his entire supporting cast following. This incredible collection of ´´The Jack Benny Program´´ is as funny and timely as it was when first broadcast. 2/13/49 Jack´s Birthday is Tomorrow 3/6/49 At the Races with guests, Ronald and Benita Colman 3/13/49 After the Races 1/15/50 Guest, Fred Allen 2/26/50 The Whistler Spoof called The Fiddler 3/5/50 Buck Benny Rides Again 3/26/50 Guest, Bob Hope 4/2/50 Guest, Al Jolson 4/16/50 Mary Convinces Jack to Paint the House 11/29/53 Shopping for a Thanksgiving Turkey 12/6/53 Preparing for a Palm Springs Vacation 1/20/57 In Bed with a Cold and Hears a Burglar 1. Language: English. Narrator: full cast. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/brll/009773/bk_brll_009773_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
„Klick & Go´´: So einfach lässt sich das System des Amble TS 2 in 1 beschreiben. Denn dank der leichten, im Set enthaltenen Babyschale, die ganz ohne Adapter auf dem Kinderwagen angebracht wird, ist er gleich ab der Geburt nutzbar. Genauso schnell und einfach wie die Babyschale angebracht werden kann, ist auch das Gepäck im großen Einkaufskorb verstaut. Damit steht ausgedehnten Shopping-Touren und Spaziergängen nichts mehr im Wege, während das eigene Baby gemütlich eingekuschelt im Wagen schlummert. Was macht das Produkt einzigartig? 1. Ab der Geburt nutzbar dank leichter im Set enthaltener Babyschale, die mit „Klick & Go´´ ohne Adapter auf den Kinderwagen angebracht wird (nur für Amble TS 2 in 1) 2. Besonders geräumiger Einkaufskorb, so ist das Gepäck beim Einkaufen oder für lange Spaziergänge leicht zu verstauen 3. Die mehrfach verstellbare Rückenlehne und die zusätzliche Polsterung machen den Amble auch für kleinere Kinder bequem Produktdetails: Praktischer, abnehmbarer Spielbügel sorgt nicht nur für mehr Sicherheit, sondern ist gleichzeitig Ablagetisch mit Becherhalter Besonderer Ein-Hand-Klappmechanismus: ohne Bücken schnell auf- und wieder zusammengeklappt Der Wagen steht zusammengeklappt aufrecht und benötigt wenig Platz Inklusive großzügigem Sonnenverdeck mit Sichtfenster Verstellbarer 5-Punkt-Gurt hält das Kind sicher im Sportwagensitz Besonders wendig aufgrund seiner schwenk- und feststellbaren Vorderräder Mit zentraler Feststellbremse für beide Hinterräder Buggy ab 6 Monaten, mit Babyschale ab 0 Monate Bis maximal 15 kg