I’m drowning in paper: I always say I should go paperless, but I’m somewhat paper-dependent. I have paper-separation anxiety. Most of the “go paperless” offers are trivial, an insult to my neurosis – a chance (in a million) to win $1,000 or something like that. But, today I received an email offer to go paperless … Read More
If you have an Amex Business Card with OPEN (I have the SPG Business Amex), go to your online account and check your Amex Offers for You at the bottom of the page. You should see an offer which looks kind of like this: $150 back AT&T WIRELESS BUSINESS EXPENSES//Spend $ 150 or more, get … Read More
First, the bad news. It looks like the days of getting multiple US Airway Dividend Miles Mastercards is a thing of the past, at least for me. I recently applied, and was rejected. I called a few times, and still got the same response. I think it’s kind of funny that the declination letter recites … Read More
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When a renewal fee hits, even if you have a credit card that you want to keep, call and see what offers exist for you to keep the card. I just received retention offers for both the Hyatt and the Starwood cards – I felt like I’d won a trophy!
I thought that phoning Barclay Bank to request a waiver of the $89 annual fee might be futile in light of the 15,000 bonus mile spend offer I’d recently received, but I was wrong!
Did you receive an email offering you 15,000 US Airways Dividend Miles if you spend at least $500 per month for the next three months?
The honeymoon is over. I’ve had the credit card fee-free for one year. I’ve earned bonus points. It’s the time of reckoning. The bill has arrived – Do I pay the renewal fee and keep the card or cancel it?
I can’t help myself. I like the Ink Bold and Ink Plus cards by Chase. These business cards are great for the 5X points they pay for office and internet-related purchases, 2X points for gas and hotels, and for the Ultimate Rewards system itself including the Ultimate Rewards shopping portal. To me, it is a … Read More