Ben wants an exercise bike for Christmas. (He tells me every day he wishes he had some way of exercising at home now that the weather is cooler... and he works long hours so he doesn't want to join a gym and spend more time away from home) I decided to order the bike now as an early present. In my search for the best price on the bike, I ran into a new site called Jellyfish. It is a shopping search engine that gives you half of every dollar that they earn when you click through that site.
Anyway, you should check it out! The $200 bike purchase got us $15 in cash back from jellyfish - not bad! Tonight I ordered a gift card online for a friend and will get a small % back as well. I figured it might be useful as the holiday season approaches - I know I'll do a lot of my Christmas shopping online and am always looking for a great deal! (And no, I don't usually spend $200 on Ben's Christmas present, but figured it was cheaper than him joining a gym and we'll at least get to talk while he's here exercising)
And for my shameless plug - if you do sign up with jellyfish, I would love it if you included my email in the referral box - firstname.lastname@example.org. You can learn about the referral program here.
Some stores that are on Jellyfish include: BabyCenter, Barnes & Noble, Best Buy, BoardGamesUSA, Cabelas, Circuit City, Gap, Home Depot, Kohl's, Old Navy, ShoeBuy, Target, etc.
*In the meantime, I am half dreading the arrival of this exercise bike... it was the smallest (and least obtrusive) piece of exercise equipment that will fit in our small space, and I have to live with the hope that someday we'll stick it in a basement of a house rather than the living room of our condo!