Say “No” to Holiday Stress with These Special Offers
Consolidate Credit Card Debt
Have you ever felt like you dug yourself a hole after buying gifts over the holidays? This year, commit to something different. Rather than getting yourself into a hole, start getting yourself out.
Here are two popular options:
- Personal Loans: As interest rates have dropped (as low as 3.99% APR), personal loans have become a popular way to consolidate credit card debt (which typically with interest rates in the double digits).
- Debt Relief: Have $15,000 or more in debt? You might qualify for a variety of programs. Debt relief services help you develop a game plan, help negotiate better rates, and can even help lower the amount you owe. Check eligibility here >>
Switching Insurance Pays Off
The insurance companies hate it, but the secret is out! When consumers shop for insurance, they can save hundreds on their premiums. That’s why nearly every insurance commercial running right now suggests that you will save big by switching… it’s usually true!
Want to save even more? Bundle your homeowner insurance with your auto insurance too!
Stop Overspending on Wine! Do This Instead.
You don’t need to choose between a great gift and showing up to the holiday party empty handed. Don’t break the bank to enjoy time with friends and family this season. Splash has a Fall Special for premium wines at $5.95 a bottle. Stock up & save!
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