Labor Deal Deal Bonanza: Free WiFi, Discounted Gift Cards, Free Food & More!


Labor Day Deals 2018

Labor Day Deals 2018

Happy Labor Day! I hope everyone is enjoying the end of Summer and this nice 3 day weekend. Here are some cool Labor Day deals that caught my eye. Enjoy!

Free Gogo Wifi

T-Mobile is offering everyone who is flying today 30 minutes of free WiFi. 

T-Mobile this morning announced that this Labor Day, the Un-carrier is giving everyone – yep, even Verizon, AT&T, Comcast and Charter customers — 30 minutes of free Wi-Fi for smartphones on all Gogo-equipped domestic flights. For one day, on Monday, September 3rd, everyone gets a sample of the magenta goodness that T-Mobile customers experience on the daily!

You can find more details here.

Staples Fee-Free Visa Gift Cards

Ever wanted to purchase a Visa gift card, but were turned off by the fees? Staples has you covered this week. They are fee-free through Saturday. Many readers love to earn big credit card rewards when purchasing these cards. More details here.

15% Off Nike Gift Cards

MyGiftCardsPlus is offering 15% off Nike gift cards. You pay full price but receive 15% back in Swagbucks as soon as the cards ship. My wife and I both bought these cards yesterday and have already cashed in our Swagbucks. Details here.

More Deals

  • Who doesn’t love to BBQ on Labor Day? Target is offering a $5 gift card with a $20 meat and seafood purchase. Details here.
  • Rakuten is offering 15% off sitewide with the code SAVE15. This includes Xbox gift cards.
  • Firehouse Subs is offering a free Medium Sub with the purchase of a Medium or Large sub with chips & a drink. Get your coupon here.
  • Office Depot is offering some phone batteries/cables/chargers with 100% back in rewards. I’m always looking for additional chragers/cables! Details here.
  • eBay has a $150 Best Buy gift card + $10 eBay gift card for $150. Not great for resale, but a nice little bonus for personal use.

Did I miss your favorite Labor Day deal? Feel free to share in the comments!

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