Bliss Shopping Spree Part 2

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Today Mrs. Weekly Flyer went to her 75 minute Blissage today at the Atlanta Midtown. Here is her review of the free $100 shopping spree that she received because she spent $150 on spa services. See review of this spa from last time.

Upon checking in, she gave the receptionist her email print out. They said that she could pick out her products after her service.

After a wonderful 75 minute, much needed massage, the ladies at the front were super accommodating in helping Mrs. Weekly Flyer pick out her free $100 of Bliss products. There was a ton to choose from! They did say that the products had to be Bliss and could not be travel sized nor gift sets.  Mrs. Weekly Flyer commented that it was a really great promotion that they were running and the staff said that they were, “quite shocked at first!” But, they said that a this is the second time that they have run this promo and that it was popular!

The Bottom Line

This promotion allowed Mrs Weekly Fly to pick up 4 full sized Bliss products while receiving a spa day full of treatments.

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  1. How is this relevant to points/miles? Also, this is an awful deal. You pain $150 for a massage when you can get a similar one for $50 or less on Groupon. Not to mention that the Bliss products you got are overpriced. It’s hard to justify the cumulative value of everything at $150. Not really a deal IMO, barely breaking even at best.

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