I just redeemed $25 in E-rewards currency for 1,000 HHonors points. Now I have 200 Delta Skymile points and 1,000 HHonors points. I'm going to have so much fun traveling this year. Join e-miles, Hhonors, harrispoll, and e-rewards if you love to travel but hate the expenses. If you spend 20 minutes of your time each day on at least two of these sites, you will find your experience to be quite rewarding.
All of my loyal Xanga followers know that I'm supposed to submit a blog every Sunday. Last week, I was so busy with homework, I decided not to post a new blog. So I owe you guys one...which is why I have posted 2 of them, today.
Earlier I told you about Harris Poll. I have already mentioned E-rewards, but I have something else I want to say about it. I am going to earn $25 of E-rewards currency so that I can redeem them for 1000 HHonors points from Hilton Hotels. When I earn enough points to stay at a hotel for free a few nights I am going to book a room for NYE 2014 in Time Square. Unfortunately, E-rewards limits its members to one HHonors rededemption every 3 months, so this might take a while. I may even have to wait until 2015. But it is worth the wait because I won't be spending a dime of my own money.
Who wants to join me?
Go to E-rewards.com, and Harrispolloniline.com to become a member of these rewarding survey sites so you can travel for free.
Today, I took a survey on Harris Poll and I earned 150 Hi Points, which brought my total to 830. On the member site, there is a rewards store where members can purchase items using their Hi Points. I used 800 of my Hi Points to buy 200 miles from Delta airlines. I'm going to use them to go fly to New York for the New Year in 2014. I will probably have to book a hotel room right now...LOL.
I have never flown before, so this should be pretty exciting...especially since I get to fly for free. I went to NY when I was thirteen, but my mother drove there with the van. It took 5 hours. I'm going to keep earning Hi Points and redeeming them for air miles so that I can travel more often, and for free!
For those of you who wondered why I didn't post a new blog this past Sunday, I apologize for the inconvenience. I recently updated Windows 7 on my laptop, and it hasn't been able to boot since. I contacted HP customer service and I was told it would cost $59.99 to repair my computer because my warranty had expired. The representative also told me that if I were to purchase another warranty, it would cost $99.99. I think it would be more sensible to get a new warranty, because then HP would repair my computer for "free" as long as my warranty is current. Warranties for HP laptops last a year. A years worth of repairs for $99.99 versus $59.99 for a single repair...who wins? Well, that's easy to guess. It's a good thing I can blog on my Windows phone