Inside Deals

Hand-picked products, deals, and ways to save money.

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jason
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ceo, writer, event host & angel
Inside Deals is the 25th newsletter in the Inside network of newsletters – and it's one of the highest-demanded newsletters on our pre-subscription page (launching with thousands of pre-subscribers). Here's how it works. Twice each week, our team will scour the web and find exactly 6 things: 1) a link to a truly exceptional product that our team loves (discount or not) 2) an insanely good discount on an awesome product 3) a story/idea for passive or side project income 4) a clever money saving hack/guide 5) a cool DIY project that can save you $100+ on interior design 6) an insanely good travel deal (we'll probably evolve this model based on feedback, but this is where we're starting) Let us know what you think, and subscribe here: http://inside.com/deals
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Craig Barber
Founder of Logobly
@jason The list of email content is really interesting - I'd be featuring that on the site, you'll get more signups.
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Aaron MillerGPShopper
@jason When does the first issue come out? Can't wait.
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Nick Abouzeid
Marketing @ MainStreet
@jason Any ideas for credit card recommendations? As an avid www.reddit.com/r/churning reader, I'm always surprised by the number of my friends that still put everything on their debit card (instead of using a credit card for the bonuses).
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jason
Hunter
ceo, writer, event host & angel
@nickabouzeid we will certainly include credit card deals / points. I'm a huge fan of SPG (or was)... right no we we are big on cash back in our household, but I'm always looking for new ideas to get free hotel rooms since i travel a bunch.
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Nick Abouzeid
Marketing @ MainStreet
@jason IHG Rewards Card is a great option too (50k signup bonus with a $1k spend within 3 months), as are the various airline cards. Let me know if you need some help finding the right cards, happy to help!
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Kunal Bhatia
Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp
Love this! Congrats on #25! Curation is key, as there are dime-a-dozen deal sites out there. If you can actually stick to the six principles @jason, and decide not to send an email if you can't find something, I would trust this in my inbox. Good luck to you and @awwstn!
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jason
Hunter
ceo, writer, event host & angel
@kunalslab @awwstn we are really trying to innovate and respect people's time --in fact, we want to save people time with each email they open. It's a challenge, but the team is making it happen across 25 newsletters already.
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Kunal Bhatia
Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp
@jason @awwstn excellent! 👏🙌🙏
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Kelly Kuhn-Wallace
🎯Strategist for Hire
Loving the editorial restraint. I nominate a "budget gourmet" recipe as an alternative topic.
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Nick Abouzeid
Marketing @ MainStreet
@kkdub www.Reddit.com/r/EatCheapAndHealthy has a ton of these recipes too!
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Brad EngelSenior Product Leader
The curation is what could make this great (i.e. "editorial restraint" as @kkdub puts it in another comment). Kind of reminds me of The Wirecutter's now defunct "Inner Vision" newsletter with a balance of deals and lifestyle hacks. Just got issue zero and every single link was appealing to me. Great work Inside team!
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MattDirector of Marketing @ FamePick
Interesting but going to be incredibly difficult to beat out Slick Deals, DealNews or Bens Bargains. I wouldn't have entered this space.
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