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Get Ready 4: Getting Back to Normal

What does “normal” mean to you? Whether you’re ready to revisit the friendly skies, book a luxe hotel suite, or score coveted concert tickets, the return to reality is on the horizon — and we’ve got the discounts to help you every step of the way. Plus, you can use the Quadpay app absolutely anywhere, whether for essential purchases at home or adventures out on the town.

By Spencer Cain
Tickpick

TickPick

Live events may feel so 2019, but they’re about to be back in a big way thanks to upcoming concerts from acts like Usher and Marc Anthony, plus the revival of baseball and Broadway. TickPick offers no fees and $10 off every purchase over $50 with code QUADPAY. Which way to our seats?

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Alternative Airlines

Booking flights is always a drag, but Alternative Airlines does the dirty work for you. With access to over 600 airlines, cancellation protection, and up to $50 off with code QUADPAY50, choosing between an aisle or window seat will be the most stressful part of the trip.

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Walmart Grocery

With warm weather on the way, your calendar is surely filling up with barbeques and brunches — so why waste time waiting in line at the supermarket? Walmart Grocery offers curbside pickup and delivery on their array of groceries and household essentials. Plus, get 10% cash back when you spend $75+ and check out with Quadpay.

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The Home Depot

Say hello to spring savings! The Home Depot is a one-stop-shop for all of your home improvement needs. And with backyard season upon us, investing in your al fresco area is a must. Get $15 cash back when you spend $150+ online and in-store and use Quadpay at checkout.

Amazon

Amazon

Spring fashion, swimwear, food, electronics — yes, Amazon has it all…and then some. Let the mega-retailer make your life a little easier as you transition back to your everyday routine; you won’t regret it. Receive 10% cash back when you spend $50+.

1800Flowers

1-800-Flowers

If this past year taught us anything, it’s that kindness is key. Celebrate your loved ones whenever possible, and if you can’t be there in person, remember that a beautiful bouquet is always appreciated. Who better than 1-800-Flowers to deliver the best blooms?

DoorDash

DoorDash

What are you craving right now? From at-home omakase to late-night cheeseburgers, DoorDash delivers great grub without the hassle. Get $5 cash back when you check out with Quadpay on orders over $40.

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AT&T

Need to upgrade your device or break up your bill this month? That’s what Quadpay is here for, people! 

Chewy

Chewy

The internet’s favorite pet store has our four-legged friends completely covered. We’re talking food, medicine, toys, and treats (of course) — complete with human-friendly discounts.

Groupon

Groupon

Luxurious spa treatments, booze cruises, and teeth whitening are just three of the many awesome offerings Groupon provides at major markdowns. 

Poshmark

Poshmark

Finally ready to splurge on Gucci loafers? Looking to unload last season’s Zara haul? Poshmark’s social media-driven marketplace makes it easier than ever — down to the prepaid shipping labels they provide. 

Southwest

Southwest

Quick flights done right — that’s the Southwest way! In addition to affordable air travel, Southwest offers hotel and rental car packages, making your family vacation dreams a reality. Next stop: the beach.

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Edible Arrangements

Diamonds may technically be a girl’s best friend, but chocolate-covered strawberries and other sweet treats are a close second. Edible Arrangements is the OG purveyor of delicious delicacies disguised as bouquets, and they always make a top-notch gift.

Sprint

Sprint

Now a part of T-Mobile, Sprint is offering their stellar service for an even better value. Plus, they’re helping to bring high-speed internet to small towns across America. What’s better than that? Oh yeah, it’s getting $10 cash back when you spend $100+ online and in-store. 

Hotels

Hotels.com

With free cancellations on most hotels, an incredible rewards program, and a seriously convenient booking process, there’s a reason why Hotels.com is one of the most trusted names in travel. Plus, get 8% off your booking with code QP2021.

Instacart

Instacart

Stuck in a food rut? Expand your horizons without leaving the house thanks to Instacart’s superior selection of local grocers. No more waiting in line!

Ticketmaster

Ticketmaster

When it comes to A-list concert tours and sold-out sporting events, Ticketmaster runs the show. Next year’s event lineup boasts heavy-hitters like The Weeknd and Harry Styles — and it’s time to get in on the action.

Petsmart

PetSmart

Chances are, your local PetSmart has been a home away from home for your furry companion. From grooming, to lodging, and even doggie day camp, they’ve got it all — and their online store has everything you need to be an A+ pet parent.

Spectrum

Spectrum

One of the country’s leading internet, TV, and phone providers, Spectrum provides a vital service. But let’s be real: that monthly bill can be a struggle. Relax and split your payments into four with Quadpay.

Delta

Delta

Known for superior customer service and comfort, Delta is always regarded as the ultimate option in aviation. Prepare for takeoff!

Costco

Costco

A Costco membership is the supermarket holy grail. If you haven’t taken the plunge, now’s the time — and if you’re already VIP status, stock up on your go-tos.

Expedia

Expedia

Your dream vacation is a few clicks away. Book your flights, car, activities, and hotel on one single app. Relaxation is finally on the horizon.

Everything we feature here has been hand-selected by our editorial team. When you purchase an item linked in our shopping guides, we may earn a small commission.

About the author
Spencer Cain

Spencer Cain is a fashion and entertainment editor with a background in ecommerce and trend forecasting. His work has appeared in numerous publications including Us Weekly and StyleCaster, and he spent six years leading US content for ASOS. He believes that online shopping should be an Olympic sport.