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Did anybody else get a Great Fun rebate after buying tickets on Orbitz?

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I just have to ask because I couldn't believe this because it seemed too good to be true. In Nov. I was buying plane tickets on Orbitz. Something popped up from something called Great Fun. It said to sign up for their opportunities (kind of like a Happenings or Entertinment book idea) and I'd get a 15% rebate on the plane tickets I was purchasing. I thought about it a bit and decided it was worth taking the risk since I was spending $2600 on tickets. (Their service fee is $10 a month and I can cancel any time.) So, I signed on. After I'd completed my purchase I got a messasge saying the rebate was actually 20%. My husband meanwhile thought I was a completely gullible fool to do this.

A couple weeks later I got some forms in the mail that I needed to fill out for the rebate. Believe it or not this week I got a check for $500 +.

I'm wondering if anyone else did this.

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