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"five hundred twenty five dollars" Discussed on KTRH
"In the clerk's office of a federal courthouse. Nixed kerry. How are you? Hi. I'm here to pay for my clients court fees. Please stay in. Amen. Your clients name Michael avenue. Audie, and my client is stormy Daniels. Okay. That'll be five hundred twenty five dollars in court costs, plus your opponents legal fees. Okay. And my client would like to know if she can pay the Bill exclusively with single dollar bills. Would that be okay? And now. Michael avenue. Warns Dr lawyer presidential candidate in twenty twenty and big supporter of beta Arar. Well, guess what's happened in the Elizabeth Warren case, oh, this is going to be good. Love me. Michael Barry show. If you need to build or rebuild or repave, your parking lot. South Texas asphalt services is a small company that can handle the biggest projects you're gonna liked it. They're a small company because you're gonna talk to the owner, Andy he's probably going to be the guy's gonna come out. And look at your project bid, the whole thing and walk you through the whole thing and you're gonna like him Andy Jackson at south Tech's asphalt services. They do big stadiums..
"five hundred twenty five dollars" Discussed on Friendshipping!
"This lens, it's only five hundred dollars and it is the state of the art thing to look through. Oh, that's awesome. It's cool that you are offering that to me, but I'm not trading up on equipment right now. So no things. You really do me a favor though. If you bought this, I can offer you a payment plan like fifty a month or something for ten twelve months. I don't really know math off the top of my head. It's an encore. I understand you want to sell this, but I'm just not in the market like you don't need to hold certain items for me. I'm just not buying for the foreseeable future. But when I changed my mind, if I change my mind, I'll let you know. Okay. Do you want to take a picture of it on you? Camera phone and save it so that if you run into somebody who also likes pictures, then you can tell them it's available for five hundred twenty five dollars. I mean, yeah, I can. I can pass along if I know anyone's in the market. I don't know anyone right now. So why don't you do the work instead diaper man. Juniors don't go to being the good guy. You kind of bad, good guy. I'm a bad boy. You're bad. You're a bad boy on the internet because this bothers me a lot. Yeah. Me too. Like this reminds me of the children's book if you give us a cookie. Yes, I face this problem a lot in my job because sometimes people Email me or when the Email like the general cards against humanity inbox and they'll ask for cake, can I get a free game for my donation charity raffle and like ninety nine percent of the time. I say yes, we say yes as a team like, yeah, sure. And then occasionally people will be like, hey, that was easy. Can you also throw in ten expansions? Oh, and can you sign all of them actually? Can you also sponsor event? You just wanna come. We can't pay for you to come at. You want to come to the event and it's like, whoa, whoa, whoa. I can't do all that. I can't do what I can do. Is this please? Please just take that and go. I'm very sad. I can't do that for you. It's hard because like the other thing is that I think the other person in this situation is also trying to be helpful which like they're not. I know. And like if you don't ask the answer is always no exactly understand why you have to ask, but you also have to make sure you have permission. It's this ask versus guest thing at totally is. It always comes back to that. I'm going to refresh people's memories because I don't think we've talked about it in a long time, but there's this amazing meta filter thread for way back in the day that talks about ask versus guests culture and what these two things are, are the two ways that you deal with wanting something. So people who are part of ask culture, don't have a problem with receiving a, no. So they ask for things. And if you say no, it's no big deal. It's like great, then that didn't work. That's my answer exactly people who are in guests. Culture are very uncomfortable with a no. So they only ask for things when they know like ninety nine percent. Sure that the answer will be yes. And also when they receive a no. Makes them feel very uncomfortable. Like they asked for too much yet. They feel like they're being very inconvenient, right? And neither one of these ways are the right way to be, and probably the easiest way to go through life is to find yourself someplace in the middle, but it's a very difficult thing to change about yourself and it's it's your preferences. It's the culture you're brought up in. We talk about the midwest a lot because that is where we are from. But I have found that people who are like from the south or something. They're very, like hospitality, very, like, you know, yes or no, no big deal. Go with the flow. That is not how I am. East coast people are very direct. Yes. Yeah, they don't give f- about nothing..
"five hundred twenty five dollars" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"I'm sorry No. That's okay Learned so much in, the two, day you know it really just kind of scratches the surface of all things, you can learn but in the, two, day from Single family A lot about how you know family or the single, family property how you actually can cash flow by. The gate like air was, saying that you know the conditional is, about there I think is half you buy property and you. Break even that's, actually good The case Definitely our strategies ways to maximize return The other thing is just the actual operations of the property that pow we didn't really tweet it as a business of a. Lot of the basic stuff dot com Really Somebody that we were kind of thing You know you used a word that I'm going to have to. Bring up because it's really interesting me you said the traditional way. Of, thinking was there's no cash flow now I know that air, just said he had properties in California and, now you guys lived north of Austin witnessing people that have lived in Liberal states or liberal environments their whole life to where real. Estate, never made any money is is that what you're coming out, of and that's why you're calling that traditional, thinking now my tradition I'm just Well I, bought my, first property and worked with a real estate Fokker and basically. That was the thought and, had talked to several people several real filters. His when you first buy your property if it just. Break-even you know that's good because you get the tax benefits than you do you get the tax benefits but over time you will, actually cash flow and that's why we? Had had that a long time it took. A lot to, get to Wonderful. Five hundred twenty five dollars a month That was, not the case in, the beginning at outlay they're much you know somewhat negative or. White at kind of a neutral cash flow and if, you, talk to a lot of real estate Profession that don't set your expectations that way Interesting so let's go back to the fly in the wall conversation after you have just done this and not only did you hear it in the classes now but you've. You've realized it now it's real to you what were you guys thinking at that moment and kind of walk. Me to what I'm trying to get to how did you change your ideas? Of different types of things that you. Bought you've done a little bit of everything so take me to that conversation and why you started changing your ideas and not just keep going on single family Well I I would I would say you know We're surrounded by other like-minded investors and that are people that were much further along than we were and and they were realizing that there was really strong money to be made. A lot more money, to be made in multifamily then in, single family we were doing great and single family and, we were hearing, what we can do and, multifamily and you know, it's a, whole different vernacular a whole, different universe, doing, multifamily then single. Family and realizing, you know You know just taking an improving property. You know by ten percent could double the value of the property in terms including your cash flow or your net operating income by ten percent you double your cash flow or w the value of your property.
"five hundred twenty five dollars" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"Cohabitation they write living with someone with whom you're romantically involved outside of marriage is common for many couples today especially among the millennials and especially among people have assumed large college debt many couples view cohabitation either as a path that leads to marriage or as an alternative to traditional marriage but because cohabitation can be so easily dissolved in other words fifty ways to leave your lover step out the back jack because cohabitation can be so easily dissolved the study finds that those who have cohabited many time who those who have cohabited are many times maybe less interested in longterm planning and more interested in current consumption in the form of non financial assets such as furniture they're less willing to invest in longterm asset accumulation such as the purchase of a home and saving financial assets for retirement and then they have a list of the big financial benefits to marriage and some of this i knew you probably did too but how about this cheaper insurance both your car insurance and health insurance will be cheaper as a married couple then each person buying insurance individually because the actuarial data show that the kind of people marry also take fewer risky actions that demand insurance payouts okay what's an example carinsurance according to consumer reports to thirtysomethings who combine their car insurance policies after marriage would save an average of five hundred twenty five dollars a year on the merged policy lower cost of loans greater financial security.
"five hundred twenty five dollars" Discussed on KQED Radio
"It's summer but it's not a relaxing time for many french students thousands are in limbo i don't know where or if they'll be going to university in the fall and it's all because of a controversial new law as rebecca rosman reports some critics say the law chips away at francis tradition of egalitarian it's a hot day in central harris and about three hundred students are making their way down the boulevard sunny show samuel mon came here from the heavily immigrant suburb of santoni he's sixteen and he tells me he's nervous this is his first protest or money the new first money that i make but i need to scream to say i'm hundred vermont is angry because he was counting on going to university to study psychology starting in the fall but a new law aimed at making french universities more competitive he's that might not happen law gives public universities the economy to select and reject students for the first time in two hundred years they want to break as wait universities work joanna simeon germanacos is a philosophy professor who spent eleven years teaching at the sorbonne france's premier public university she tells me that until now just on any front student looking to attend public university has been allowed to sign up as long as they pass their high school baccalaureate exam tuitions only about five hundred twenty five dollars a year when i was welcoming the students at the beginning of the academic years i was saying yes i know the feeling is not very nice and back rankings everywhere but you know remember you just pay foreign grid fifty euros would you be in nyu or columbia you would pay forty five thousand euros a year and we are not one hundred times worse than let's say our american colleagues we're quite high quality and low price but open higher education has come at a high price for the government which has had to deal with overcrowding and high dropout rates only forty percent of public university students here make it past the first year which is why the government says it decided to overhaul the system these arguments good arguments to ask the question emmanuel david gov writes about education for the mode he says he understands why the government has decided to make schools in france more competitive but what has many concerned is the fact that the the government has shown almost no transparency in explaining how students are being selected one of the most important problem with the slow if that's the criterias are not very clear is you know very dark and frightening for the students because they don't really know what criteria they will be selected samuel romance says he's concerned are warrior he says of the four schools whose apply to he was waitlisted at one and rejected by the other three he's one of nearly two hundred thousand students across france who haven't received a single acceptance a quarter of all students applying for university spot this year in santa knee the working class area where roman lives the percentages even higher sixty five percent of students have been shut out ramon doesn't think it's a coincidence the student from ruth of moral jones than the student of gaito of he says the new system favor students from paris over the immigrant suburbs but again it's hard to know if that's true because the french government hasn't released the selection criteria does he vasic you if you own daily pull mutual kings reviews if entre sale is the president of sense onto knee a cluster of northern suburbs where students have been hit hard by the law inmate yourself sent the minister of higher education frederick redel an open letter asking her to make the selection criteria public was the mole the itchy kazahstan suit i set in order to relieve people of this doubt this unjust feeling this feeling of discrimination why don't you just publish the criteria so far hasn't done that but she has given interviews where she's reassert students that most will have a spot at a university come this fall though it may not be one of their top choices students like samuel mon say they're not convinced for the world rebecca crossman paris there's the world cup for soccer fans and for tennis fans like me there's wimbledon at this year's tournament organizers trying out a new technology they're using an artificial intelligence system developed by ibm to create highlight videos from the matches those videos are for fans who like me can't catch every moment of.
"five hundred twenty five dollars" Discussed on Las Culturistas
"Talk into their cameras and say names looking like a fucking lunatic bitch get your shit together get over yourself stott like get your watermarks are off i can hack in and i can get those watermarks off myself and if teen as long as i know some my way around photoshop but most people don't don't have this prohibitive thing on your site five hundred twenty five dollars more like five hundred twenty five hundred reasons to fucking hate getty images bitch i don't think so hunting deady imaging s one minute i have a great love for getty images now that we've been in them to keep being in them but i do know photo to expend we love getty images but that is no but we i don't think so honey you just went no no we're going to do to know but we love wait hold on someone's face timing us loose face timing definitely made a mistake it was a bud facetime lets him all right so this is suty green this a suit agree i don't think so honey and her time starts now i don't think so honey people saying that we can't have nicki menaj now that there's cardi b listen it is being talked about an absolutely disagree we have two female rappers in the game right now and the fact that that is like revolutionary and like mind boggling for some people is bull shit okay just because you had a pastrami sandwich for the last seven years which is mickey menad and all of a sudden you got tuna sal which cardi b doesn't mean that you're only eating tuna salad because guess what how many male sandwiches rappers are out there so many different we're not saying that we can't have me goes and common you know what i'm saying also connie west who has we know is very wise and present on twitter that he wanted to see a tour with nicki menaj kardashian i agree i think that they are powerful i think they should release the song together i think their music is different and i want them to exist in the same space and unite together because they have more star power than all those men in the game come bide i don't think so honey to queens and i want a new era of queens and that's one minute.
"five hundred twenty five dollars" Discussed on Las Culturistas
"I am walking someone with purpose this is new york city i'm going somewhere you're like hey can i stop you for a second i say no actually have to go somewhere which i'm actually in the process of doing which you can see and you know being on the show this is what i'm an adult you didn't even though them that respond no and i said i'm so sorry i have to get somewhere and they do why are you doing that now you've made it unpleasant and guess what i there was no social contract that said like i had to stop and listen to what you had to say i know what you have to say and i don't have time for you do you verti contact and you have headphones on and the news of what it altogether and let me clarify it's not the people that are doing that that i don't think it's hunting it's the people that do that and then give fresh attitude and i wish don't be fresh it's actually real culture number seven don't be rash don't be fresh each day the dramatic used to tell you that when you were little don't be fresh mom said that all the time word for word perfect english okay oh so this is bone yang's i don't think so honey ready your time starts now i don't think so honey getty images who do you think you are trying to sell picture of me for five hundred twenty five dollars ninety five ninety five dollars in some cases looked have you heard of miss mindy tucker mother fucker she is one of the best out there and guess what she does hug ig re most of the time mama pay every now and the bitch getty images i don't know who the fuck you are your camera people having to voice tag or whatever the fuck it is.
"five hundred twenty five dollars" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show
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"five hundred twenty five dollars" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show
"Thank you so much i by the way we got hey there's a lot of canadians listen to this show too many i'm yeah i got a canadian map on my wall over here for when people call in i know where the fuck they are little road trip maybe like podcasts in different major cities and canada will you come with us but i meet you in vancouver that's that's that's lovely right there i appreciate your brother exports what could do it hilarious guy business remember before that interview where offended a point nine percent of me a lot of neck in a lot of the room at least remember when you're saying terrible things about us italians that's wild you guys would do that us talion like that especially you sean way better now everybody's getting real fucking hushing here todd you doing okay over there yeah i was gonna say you look a little sleepy you look like dog shit like six times luckily i have a solution for you today's episode is brought to you by our friends at least yeah yeah lisa's an innovative mattress company and more importantly larry to sponsor or at the who has completely improved that dreaded old school mattress buying experience so much so we invented a tagline for them what is it stop sleeping on a shitty mattress no one wants to spend hours visiting those awkward showrooms where you're forced to spend thousands of dollars on subpar mattresses i know lisa's changed the game so you can now enjoy the comfort of a luxury mattress at the fraction of the price the leesa mattress starts at just five hundred twenty five dollars it is quickly and conveniently ordered online made to order and ship compress in a box year door within days.
"five hundred twenty five dollars" Discussed on X96
"Food in their treats in there some guidebooks for bangkok and all sorts of fun things about thailand phuket so travelling to asia flight deals are there any yeah yeah actually gonna talk a little bit about fight tells a lot of people always asked me not question in general but they are specific based on regions that you're going to so i did want to talk about asia now what's really interesting as i always start our search from salt lake just because it makes sense i i like kayak i like google travel it kind of depends on what i'm looking for but what's really interesting if you get on the west coast of california seattle san francisco you can cut those prices almost in half we did round trip airfare to thailand on eva airways which is a five star airline five hundred twenty five dollars round trip well what yup round trip which is part of the reason we went we were like hey let's we can't even hardly go to the east coast for this so let's let's go so we did have to buy a quick commuter we flew out of san francisco we stopped in taipei for a couple of hours and then we went to bangkok but consecutively if you look on the west coast especially if you're going to to asia you will find great deals much better so i think the cheapest one i could find here's just under a grand maybe nine seventy five so we were able to save quite a bit of money so it says you know if we if we go to the travel brigade dot com can you will we find this advice there to you'll also find it at x ninetysix dot com you'll find links to what we're right okay and i did.
"five hundred twenty five dollars" Discussed on Starting9
"Definitely you can't block somebody in real life or our pelt here k is gonna feel the wrath douse breaks sound just like he sounds like he's just a little cranky dallas doesn't it doesn't sound like you just sounds like a good night's sleep maybe maybe liza mattress maybe leesa mattress would do him some good mattresses mattresses mattresses today's episode is brought to you by our friends at lease asleep leeza is an innovative mattress company and more importantly larry to sponsor rest in peace it was completely improved the dreaded old school mattress buying experience so much so that they invented the tagline for him i actually have leesamattress at my my shoebox apartment here in manhattan it's great i love no one wants to spend hours visiting those awkward showrooms where you're forced to spend thousands of dollars on some par mattresses liza has changed the game so you can now enjoy the comfort of a luxury mattress at a fraction of the price the leesamattress starts at just five hundred twenty five dollars it has quickly and conveniently ordered online made to order and shipped compressed in a box to your door within days unblock seeing the mattress which is half the fun took me less than five minutes i mean think about all the things you're pretty pretty jacked pretty efficient the average person would take six maybe yeah maybe six six and a half minutes not so sure about ordering online liza provides a one hundred night riskfree trial along with free shipping so that you can properly try out the mattress and the comfort of your own home think about that dallas.
"five hundred twenty five dollars" Discussed on 790 KABC
"If you're establishing a residence together you're cohabitating war and you're going to get married your marrying the deaths yes and the thing is if you're if you're not up front and you can work it out because for instance one penny and i decided to get married we both had debt i mean we both had bills that had wrought up but we put the cards on the table and said all right how are we going to work with yeah so you've got to have a a calling hands of strategy yes but a lot of people have separate financial accounts they keep their finances they get married in a don't merged their finances and look if that works for you that your business not might i'm just saying that that's an invitation to i conflict over money especially if you know your partner in it could be the guy that has troubled trouble could you know keeping his money in his bank account all i know i who's got a separate bank account may be wanted to do things doesn't want the businesses to know trail of that just say in cash fictional enemies you have the one credit card the go the statement goes to appeal box not that home and that's a pretty that randy i hope tricks is that what he has is that what you call them he has not any doubt that he doesn't will have all the rather name he just as narra now jessica now more what are be helpful here too we don't wanna just point out the problem so if you are likely to end up on dateable because of your credit card debt again he hit eleven thousand five hundred twenty five dollars in credit card debt and you're considered to be on dateable according to the survey if you're going to be on dateable you're going to have to do something about that so i would say this is going to push people lie no i we're going to solve the problem right now use what ever balances left and your credit card to go get what are those realistic love dolls thought about and things are cheap either well it might it might max out your credit card but at least while you're run dateable you've got so nobody to keep your company how would you like the repo guy who has.
"five hundred twenty five dollars" Discussed on KFC Radio
"Sasha's the portnoy at spellcheck uh where bodies buzz fashioned getting off the plane uhhuh and uh both of you guys smiling because my dad and frankie borelli that mother fawqa every time i think i'm so this goes to getting frankie back or frankie just to us yeah like the iway await you mean away from deport give it comes to us get away from where he else for yeah yeah yeah yourself right and he's sitting on the couch in the other room laying down like this just as big parking ear to ear smile the blue light glowing off this computer and i'm afraid we laughing at right now man logistic we so happy about and he was devoured has one thousand read tweets and six thousand favorites used as setting the internet on fire a so like oh my god boyfriend who did not discuss right now rucks it was like this big usually glick blushes and like really tearing up a little bit it was like i can for he brother i hate that i have to do is deeply last sulcs valley borelli as we games so awesome i wish you can died in that long island railroad garbage truck fucking bathroom you piece of shit it was like sledges had a pure happiness because they've getting some retweeting your library virtual air about the other day ollery tweet even myself i wouldn't obure were sitting there smiling like unders setting the internet on fire i'm going to set you on actual fire frankie when my elon musk flame thrower shows up for five hundred and five dollars at is the most costeffective costefficient thing of the last time i spent five hundred twenty five dollars on the corporate card for content i got a piece of i got a pair of plastic shoes from big barr this time i'm going to get a view on musk flame thrower a goddamn futuristic weapon if you buy that you have to just be put on like a list of a sudden right here so like god bless tom tom elay has got to be on all sorts of nofly lesson shit now this for its purchased.
"five hundred twenty five dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"To live now work for big corporation i that you do too i know about you but i'm i'm really appreciative that to this major big corporation is big evil corporation is is nancy pelosi chuck schumer always say well those are the those are the entities that allow us to do whatever it is that we do most of us love our job i love my job and i am appreciative and and they pay me to do it and then i'm able to do whatever godforsaken thing it is the did i do in my private time which really had much go to movies and that kind of thing but i am appreciative that i can do that i bet you are as well so there's gonna be a lot of winners and losers in one of the things that the media is trying to do is they are desperately trying to paint this thing in a negative light well the truth of the matter is is that the benefits are going to be rather uneven depending on where you fall within the middle class in even who defines middle class as what because there are some people that will say well if you if you make a hundred twenty grand war that's the middle class it if you make neon 35 grant that's the middle class so it's almost impossible to come up with a fair representation of this particular tax plan because everybody situation is different so let's go to the trump a tax brackets if you're trying to figure out what you're going to be taxed at here you go very quickly if you make nothing i'm sorry before they make nothing to at nine thousand five hundred twenty five dollars a you are going to.
"five hundred twenty five dollars" Discussed on WLOB
"You this ten percent tax brackets stays a ten percent this is the easy way to do it the fifteen percent current tax racket grech you it's forty and slip the tags ragged the fifteen percent tax bracket goes to twelve percent all right the 25 percent tax bracket you want me to tell you what i mean i can do this to your eyes glaze over i'll tell you what income levels are in here are the that get to in the weeds all right fifteen art ten percent his words right now zero two nine thousand five hundred twenty five dollars ten percent and that's going to stay the same under this fifteen percent tax rate of which is for income between ninety five hundred and say thirty nine thousand that tax bracket will go from fifteen percent the twelve percent if you're making between thirty eight and look this is a progressive tax thing so you know your your first monies taxed early and then you know how this works so it's not like you can say well i'm making seventy thousand dollars so my tax rate is going to be so there's you because the money that was up to a certain point is tax liberate that make sense ribbon so you're you folks between thirty nine and they'll go i was dirt on ninety five and thirty nine thousand it goes the tax breaks from fifteen to twelve percent is between thirty eight seven and 937 it's 25 percent but on.
"five hundred twenty five dollars" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"The money remember mattresses cost thousands in the store but lisa starts to just five hundred twenty five dollars you can get one hundred dollars off right now by going lisacomkinda funny and there are the promo code kinda funny it doesn't in that us it's the hot say it's the hot sector is 2017 yeah i mean l e s acomkinda funny and of the promo code kanafani funny all we think like sleep train an mattress discounted are they are they the new 'blockbuster intolerate clarify they know what that yet yeah because i realize the internet nobody wants talk to anybody antigreek speaking on our talking anybody you know what's coming up the holidays you know what you gotta get the on i got my death for christmas couple years ago wa omaha stakes hung around kenya can't no because they're really good you've had omaha meet ramon came for extra life and i barbecued all that stuff oh state of nearly good right yeah and the armed force and you but i mean i cooked it so of course get but omaha stakes has a new family pack it's forty nine ninety nine you can get it at that deal and at seventy five percent off by using my code k f games in the search bar seventy five percent off dennis home that's the that's what i'm giving to our audience for christmas i might add on to do that because i like a state i'm not joking around that i bought from it ad he likes it so much he bought it back for me as a gift who i want to get it i want to get on my internet mattress and each state there you go through right now omaha stakes is giving you the exclusive savings to my listeners listen this is what you get for less than fifty dollars i i'm excited i'm 'cause i i i had breakfast this morning yeah so this is gonna be like torn for me to flaming yawns yes to tops orleans to boneless pork chops four bonus chicken breast four kabbah's sausages four burgers for potatoes all groton four caramel apple tartlets one omaha stake seasoning packet plus you get four additional kripo kabbah's as aussies for very i just saw this exist just saw this was on the tv this morning.
"five hundred twenty five dollars" Discussed on Filmhaus
"I don't to get and data variance but we ended up getting the business card of the guy who work there for the book that he sells on amazon ago good about yourself so um you can avoid those kinds of interactions by just having the mattress ships straight to your door and if you're worried about you saw a big purchased like that uh lisa has a one hundred nine trial that let you sleep in your bed for over three months to decide if it's the right fit if for some reason it isn't they will very easily arrange your refund and make sure they get that mattress picked up and out of there for you something else that wasn't even in the ad read that i felt was interesting and has kind of looking at it is that they're pretty active with charity which i like i like when businesses do that uh so for every ten mattresses sold one is donated to a nonprofit organization that serves homeless and or at risk adults and children which is cool and for every one metre sold the plant a tree so i l uh you could sleep in the woods you want then price is probably the biggest selling point luxury doesn't come cheap but when it comes to a good night sleep luxury something you deserve leesa mattress is compare with brands that cost thousands more but because they can cut out unnecessary extra cost leases prices started just five hundred twenty five dollars plus if you go to www dot lisa dot com slash film house h a u s and enter the promo code film house you get an extra one hundred dollars off so you can get a mattress for under five hundred bucks now um so you should do yourself a favor and sleep better with a leesa mattress void those nightmare.