Chase is definitely “upping” their game, this latest Marriott card offer is no exception. Being that Chase is making it harder for Churners to sign up for credit cards, new card sign-up numbers are likely down. That means more “bonuses” to go around for you non-churners. (read: Chase 5/24 rule) Of course that is my […]Read more "Limited Time Offer – Chase Marriott Credit Card – Two Free Nights + $200 Statement Credit"
If you are like many, you probably hate having to worry about a minimum spend requirement. Over 90% of travel credit cards require you to spend past a threshold to receive the bonus point/miles. This time, you’re in luck! Barclay AAdvantage Aviator Let’s get down to the deets: • 50,000 AAdvantage miles • Must make […]Read more "Earn 50,000 American Airline Miles After Making Just One Purchase and Paying the Annual Fee – Barclay Aviator"
Before we get too far ahead, this ‘Limitless’ offer is limited to USAA Members in the following states: AL, AZ, CO, GA, ID, IN, KS, LA, MI, NM, PA, SC, TN and WA Limitless If you are not a current USAA Member, here are the requirements: Active, retired and honorably separated officers and enlisted personnel of the […]Read more "USAA Limitless Visa Credit Card- 2.5% Cash Back on All Purchases [AL, AZ, CO, GA, ID, IN, KS, LA, MI, NM, PA, SC, TN, WA]"
The Southwest Business credit card is offering one of the highest bonuses I can recall. For a limited time you can earn 60,000 Southwest points for applying for the SW Business Premier card by Chase. Direct Link To Southwest Business Card Offer This card will be a huge help if you are working towards Companion […]Read more "One of The Highest Southwest Business Credit Card Bonuses Ever – 60,000 Points For a Limited Time"
It seems that most stories like this one, involve Citi Bank. I am not 100% sure why but I have my feelings. In the middle of November the annual fee posted for my Citi AA Platinum card, $95. I am not one to pay annual fees, with the exception of my Chase Sapphire Preferred card. […]Read more "This May Be The Most Unusual Way To Waive an Annual Fee"
Do you have a fourth grader? Do you want to save $80? If you answered yes to both of these questions, read on. Everyone likes free. The National Park Service is running a promotion to get more youngster and their families interested in the outdoors. If you have a fourth grader, you can get yourself a […]Read more "Free National Park Annual Pass for Families of a Fourth Grader – Yosemite – Yellowstone – Grand Canyon"
It’s that fun time, time to call the credit card company and tell them you want to cancel. That is five minutes of your life you will never get back, but you don’t want to pay the annual fee. Your talking to the phone rep as they read from the script, “I must warn you […]Read more "If I Cancel My Credit Card Will I Lose The Points?"