Airbnb and Audi are combining on a contest that is going to let a family live and sleep in Allianz Arena in Munich during the Audi Cup soccer/football matches taking place August 1 & 2, essentially right on the sidelines.
If you’re getting married and traditional wedding registry items just aren’t your speed, why not list what you really want? Wine and liquor! A new Web site, ThirstyNest, is here to help. Calling itself “the first curated wine and spirits registry,” ThirstyNest allows couples to create their dream bar, including the alcohol itself as well as drinkware and accessories such as wine racks and bar carts.
ThirstyNest is an online-only registry that works like other wedding registries — couples create a registry list for their big day and their guests can access the registry to see what the couple has chosen. ThirstyNest provides a unique URL for each registry that couples can include in invitations or their wedding Websites.
If you bought a Toyota Camry, Nissan Altima, or Toyota Corrolla in 2016, or if you own a Honda Accord or Civic from the era before “smart keys,” you might want to take a peek outside to make sure your car is still there. The National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) today released its “Hot Wheels” report of the most stolen cars in the United States, and these models topped the lists.
The report actually consists of two lists. The first shows which car models were most often stolen in the year 2016, including cars from any model year. The second list shows which of the 2016 model year vehicles were most likely to be stolen. The results are actually very different.
McDonald’s is giving away free ice cream cones this Sunday, and one lucky ice cream lover will get free cones for life.
As part of National Ice Cream Day on July 16, 2017, McDonald’s will offer one free vanilla soft-serve cone to every customer that redeems the offer through the McDonald’s mobile app. In addition, one person who redeems the offer between 2PM and 5PM in their time zone is going to receive the winning “Golden Arches” cone, which entitles that person to free cones for life.
In reality, free cones for life will be awarded in the form of a $312 McDonald’s Arch Card and a check for $4,680, meaning that the winner will be the one to choose whether they really get free cones for life or simply puts that money to use elsewhere.