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I purchased three Kinder Zoo tickets at TCAT. It was my first time to try another group buying site. I always stuck with Cash Cash Pinoy because they never gave me any hassles plus they always give me my referral credits. So it was cool to find another group buying site like TCAT that delivers. No trouble at all with the voucher, the zoo was hours away so I would have gotten a headache the size of Mali if there was a problem at the entrance. So that was cool.
Like an equestrian he aimed to take me over the fence so to speak. The delivery guy who always gets a tip from me each time I send off something was fired from his job. He transferred to another shipping company and went here to visit just to say so, sell their rates so that I would switch to them. I did actually once because I sent something heavy and Xend is charging more now so I tried it but I guess my heart always belongs to Xend. They never gave me any trouble.
Snow Patrol Fans!! Snow Patrol Tickets on sale now for their Manila concert on August 9,2012 eight in the evening at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.
Who can forget Chasing Cars on that Grey’s Anatomy Scene.
Snow Patrol Ticket Rates
LOWER BOX VIP
LOWER BOX REGULAR
UPPER A VIP
UPPER A REG
UPPER B Php 1,590
GENERAL ADMISSION Php 850
Order at ticketnet.ph
I was looking for tv stands with mount for our living room when I passed by Daiso and saw this wall decal. It doesn’t look quite pretty when you look at it but it was quite cute when stuck on the wall. Placed it above the dining area because it was quite bare. So at least there’s something there to look at. Could not figure out how to set up the mirror so I just got this wall decal for P88. So cheap however I went back so I could buy the kid stuff sticker which has those cutesy bears and toys for my daughter’s room but they were all gone.
Looking for that perfect inspiration to help you in your photographic pursuits?
From May 30 to June 5, The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf gives photography and art aficionados a real treat as it lets everyone marvel at Tom Epperson’s latest works in a special art show that will be held in Greenbelt 5. Entitled “Brewfinder: Enthusiasm Over Coffee at the CBTL,” the weeklong exhibition highlights the artist’s photographic prowess with a set that revolves around the concept of finding beauty in just about everything.
“This event is part of The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf’s commitment to enrich passions, especially passions that are related with the arts,” shares Walden Chu, President of The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf. “Needless to say, The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf has always supported causes we believe can help improve society, and art does that. Art teaches us that perseverance and patience, and not just skills, are important when it comes to creating beautiful things. And this is something that The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf and its employees live by.”
The six-piece set draws inspiration from Tom’s interest in dealing with erratic objects. “Lately, I have been working with mediums that are basically uncontrollable—a lot is left up to serendipity,” Tom said. “I like the idea of surprise, it reminds me of going into the darkroom in the days of analog and watching a print develop for the first time, it was magic. This is the same feeling I get when working with smoke.”
“Brewfinder: Photography Enthusiasm Over Coffee at the CBTL” is the first of The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf’s Taste Series, a seven-part pocket event series that highlights the brand’s single-serve system—the CBTL. Borne out of a partnership with the Italian design and espresso-making expertise of Caffitaly, CBTL raises the bar for coffee and tea aficionados by bringing the distinct Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf café experience into your home.
The CBTL. One touch. One perfect cup.
Sometimes when I watch politicians being wheeled in and out of courtrooms I just want to get a DFTCorp.com hydraulic cartridge and haul it right smack across their path. Things will never change with political events like the impeachment. Although the dramas unfolding make it more interesting, it can be downright annoying. There goes the taxpayer’s money being spent on millions of hours of comedic defense, lies and exaggerations.
SM Advantage has launched their own discounted or group buying site. When I first saw it I thought the discount would apply in store but like other sites you would have to pay beforehand. The deals are pretty good, usually half price. In case you don’t know your SM advantage points can also get you Chartis Insurance for only 20 points. You can only claim it if you got a total of 70 points in your card which is not hard to reach.
Excited to buy concert tickets for Lady Gaga’s Born This way Ball?
Check out these prices. It’s truly exciting, Lady Gaga’s concert in the Philippines and more fun too because it’s going to be held at SM Mall of Asia Arena. Finally a concert hall deserving of international and local performances.
|PATRON *SOLD OUT||Standing||Php 15,840|
|LOWER BOX||Reserved Seats||Php 11,620|
|LOWER BOX (Persons w/ Disability)||Standing||Php 11,620|
|– (old) *SOLD OUT||Free Seating||Php 5,280|
|UPPER BOX (Persons w/ Disability)||Standing||Php 5,280|
|UPPER BOX||Reserved Seats||Php 5,280|
|GENERAL ADMISSION||Free Seating||Php 2,120|
|GENERAL ADMISSION (Persons w/ Disability)||Standing||Php 2,120|
*ticket prices on SM Tickets
You don’t need to choose playground equipment slides to have fun with if you sit and watch the silly but crazily funny American Pie. Now the gang is back with American Reunion. The naughty cast all here for their high school reunion. The usual suspects plus Stifler’s mom and Jim’s Dad. You got to watch it if you’ve seen American Pie or you’ll be left out. Stifler will make you laugh the most. Still worth your while sitting in the dark with that huge screen reminiscing about crazy teenage days.
I’ve heard about Sendah.com. I saw the upgraded site they have now and I like it. I wanted to buy load online with paypal and I just don’t want the interest rates other online stores have.
It’s easy to sign up however when you add credits to your account they take the initial $10 payment you make and ask you to verify your paypal account by sending documents.
With all the online fraud and hacked paypal accounts online there’s no doubt why companies are wary to accept payments. I would have liked it better if there was a warning though before they take the money.
The good thing though is they respond quickly to emails and when I asked to have my funds reverted they did it immediately. (I don’t have the docs at hand and just wanted to buy load online with paypal. They have a much lower rate than other online shops.
It’s important for a company to provide efficient service no matter how small the amount involved is. I’ll definitely be verifying my account with them.