Yeah, further research shows that you take a hit on your points' value too. I'm going to keep using them to rack up discounts for airline travel, tyvm.Makes sense. It’s tied to a credit card, not just amazon. I did a snoop through my account and did see where you can set them up. (Not applicable to me, since it Would require not earning cabelas points... those are cool too)
Will do, and thanks. Yeah, that's our backup plan. We'll have two vehicles and we said "grab the first spot you find and we'll shuttle to a rendezvous point." And yeah, that's the only downside to Yosemite is the number of people that want in, but I fully understand why they want to be there.Never camped in CF... definitely report back as that could be an alt for our next visit. Yosemite Falls is a great hike. Park gets more crowded every year, best bet is to find parking in one of the day lots and shuttle around (though those can get crowded too). But no matter enjoy your trip and consider yourself well envied
I picked up Roxy this afternoon. Hard to tell yet of the track bar replacement done the trick...tires where blown up to 41 over my normal 37 so it drove differently for sure. And I just came out ofbthe behemoths truck...which I am sure if I never get a chance to drive a battleship...I will have already had the necessary training. Tomorrow morning will be the tell on how Roxy faired. Attached is the alignment ticket from today. The Right Front tire was out of Toe-in before the change.I don't disagree overall. I am not real happy to find out that a new vehicle with 23k miles on it has a suggestion of an alignment. That is BULL CRAP!!! I will see how it drives when I get it and go from there. I think it was an up-sale type of thing. My thought on it was if it was critical for the repair, it would have been covered in the TSB. I am going to research and find out just when an alignment really should be done on my Jeep.
I do that with my Amex card. My CB and Antenna Kit should be free due to points.I get mine from using my Chase Amazon credit card. I get 5% back on Amazon purchases which you can save up or apply towards your next purchase. I forget about having the points and sometimes I’ll buy something and there is no money due!
My Dad and brothers love Cabelas. To me, it’s just like a shopping mall. It’s big, got a lot of expensive stuff, of which none interests me.Makes sense. It’s tied to a credit card, not just amazon. I did a snoop through my account and did see where you can set them up. (Not applicable to me, since it Would require not earning cabelas points... those are cool too)