Share your experience? What kind of discounts do you get?
How's your privilege?
Like anything real, Fish, sometimes you just have to 'work' for it...
"Practice negotiating, and hone your style and skills with low-consequence transactions. Call the phone company and threaten to switch providers if they won't give you a better deal on your service going forward. Go to a boutique and ask for a discount." ~ Ivanka Trump
I saved 15% on my car insurance by switching to geico. I had to tell them I was a gecko though.
I saved 15%
Though eligible for certain age related discounts, I refuse. When I earn them for finally reaching maturity I may revisit the notion, but puberty has a hold on me...grateful that.
So you still get a five finger discount?
White people have so many legitimate grievances to express, I do not know how they manage. Truly remarkable people.
I'm not talking about your AARP discount, does your paleness get ya a discount?
Being retired military I get a discount (20%) at Jack In The Box.
That would come in handy for those awful tacos that sober you up at 3 in the am.
My first job in 1971 was at a Jack In The Box. You have no idea how awful some of the food was back then.
My first job at the age of 12 y/o was as a carhop at a local Dairy Queen. I know they used real potatoes for their fries 'cause I had to peel them and cut them up in the slicer in between car runs. They only thing edible at that place besides the ice cream was the fries. God only knows what was in the hamburger patties, but, they tasted awful.
I always wanted a less misogynistic name for jack in the box, like Jill's box or something.
I always knew you were a queen.....
I always knew you were a queen
LOL! Thanks BF.
Congratulations and thank you for your service.
At jack in the box or military?
Thank you. I appreciate that very much.
Depends on the coupon value, and if it's not out of date.
I get deals at the dealership for my car services. I have been gone to Nissan for many years.
5% on Tuesdays for being old.
I will admit I received a free McDonald's breakfast this morning using my, "on call for work card". I wish I felt guilty about it.
Poor guy in a completely rusted out pickup that should never have been let on the road ran me up on the curb of the McDonald's entrance just to get in line in front of me in the drive through line. I could have blown it off; but after getting two hours of sleep- and my home internet going down- I needed some fast food and to get into work to handle the latest disaster of the weekend. I don't have an actual card, but I do have an annoying work cell phone that never seems to stop. I also have my father's temper, and the propensity to leave the windows down no matter how cold it gets. I think the entire line, including the workers, got to see my card several times. The driver that cut me off paid for my breakfast. I didn't ask him to, and he paid me back by cutting me off while exiting as well.
The card usually doesn't work that way; but it does usually allow me to cut in line in the market, bank, and Secretary of States office.
When someone cuts me off in a fast food line I honk the horn when they try to order.