When things go wrong, you can normally use your phone to call for help. But just occasionally, you might not have that option.
In such situations, the Care Go Personal Alarm is your lifeline. With this tiny device, you can alert your loved ones easily and enable live GPS tracking. It’s normally $49.99, but you can get it today for just $33.99 with the promo code ALARM16.
From accidents on the road to feeling threatened after dark, there are many possible situations where backup would be helpful. No matter where you find yourself, the Care Go will be ready to raise the alarm.
Fresh out of successful funding on Kickstarter and with over 250 positive reviews on Amazon, this device is small enough to attach to your bag or keyring. Whenever you want to alert friends and family, you simply pull and twist the cap.
This sends Care Go into action. The device instantly pushes SOS messages to your chosen emergency contacts; even if their phones are on silent, they will hear a loud alarm. Your “protectors” can then tap the incoming notification to see your live location.
Just want someone to keep an eye on your progress? A small pull of the cap will initiate Follow Me mode, which offers GPS tracking without the alarm. This could be really good for parents wanting to check up on their kids.
Compatible with iOS and Android, the Care Go companion app lets you set up any number of emergency contacts. The device itself is water-resistant, with reliable Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity and a battery that keeps going for one whole year.
Prices subject to change
Deal: Pick Up $45 of Free eGiftcards When You Sign Up for a Sam’s Club Membership
In most stores, the price you pay is split between the store, a middle man, and the supplier. But what if you could go straight to the warehouse?
That’s the idea behind Sam’s Club, a membership club that offers premium-quality products at remarkably low prices. In a special deal for Hannity viewers, you can join today for one year and get your money back in eGiftcards.
Joining a club to go shopping might sound like an unusual idea, but members of Sam’s Club clearly feel the value. There are now 559 warehouses in 44 states across the country — so you are probably near one right now. And with what’s sure to be another ’bout of stay-at-home orders this winter, who knows what stores you’ll be able to get to or which products people will wind up hoarding. At Sam’s Club, you can stock up now and ignore all of that noise later.
If you sign up, you can expect significant savings on groceries, kitchen goods, electronics, furniture, and many other products. To keep prices low on such a wide range, Sam’s Club uses a limited-item model.
Some locations have gas stations and car washes, meaning further savings. Members of Sam’s Club also get free flat tire repair, battery testing, and wiper blade installation.
One year of Standard membership is $45, which includes complimentary membership for a second person in your household. With the current offer, you get $45 in eGiftcards delivered to your email address within a month of joining. In other words, you can pretty much sign up free.
Sound good? Head over to the deal page to learn more and get started.
Prices subject to change
Become a Microsoft Excel Expert With 45 Hours of Beginner-Friendly Training for $39
From marketing contacts to financial forecasts, Microsoft Excel fulfills many roles in the world of work. If you want to climb the career ladder, it makes sense to learn this software inside out.
The Professional Microsoft Excel Certification Training Bundle helps you do just that, with 45 hours of video tutorials spread across 688 lessons. The training is worth $1,600 in total, but you can get lifetime access for just $39 thanks to a special Hannity price-drop.
Research shows that just knowing how to use Microsoft Excel can increase your salary by $100 per week in middle-skill jobs. In addition, these skills can open the door to high-level roles in science, technology, engineering, sales, and other sectors.
Containing eight in-depth courses, this bundle helps you become a true Microsoft Excel expert — even if you are a complete beginner. The tutorials start from scratch, showing you how to navigate the software, set up workbooks, and format cells.
Soon enough, you dive into more advanced techniques. You learn how to sort data automatically using macros, create custom data models, and use Power Query to find what you need.
The training also looks at formulas and functions, along with all kinds of data visualization, which will help you identify insights that can give your company an edge over the competition.
Your instructor is Chris Dutton, otherwise known as Excel Maven. Dutton is a certified Microsoft Excel Expert and analytics consultant, and now a best-selling instructor. Over the past six years, he has helped over 25,000 students in 150 countries around the world.
Order today for just $39 to get lifetime access to all eight courses, worth $1,600 in total.
Prices subject to change