End of Year Cash Grab

Getting into rewards, I learned about “Mileage Runs” that people do to achieve particular statuses on airlines.  But I hadn’t heard of this until the notion popped into my head.  As you’ve seen, I’ve added a number of new cards to my wallet in the last couple of months. I noticed that there was an […]

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US Bank Cash+ Visa

Not to be missed, US Bank offers the Cash+ Visa with some interesting options.  It has no annual fee (free to use and earn rewards!). Cash back is determined on three levels: 5% on two categories that you get to choose (options are things like cell phones, utilities, clothing stores, etc) 2% on Groceries and […]

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HSBC Cash Rewards Mastercard

<!–RndAds–> It’s good to have options, and the HSBC Cash Rewards Mastercard is a great option for a free cash back card.  Not only do you get your usual 1.5% cash back on all purchases, HSBC will throw in another 10% of your rewards on your anniversary. The more cash back you earn, the more […]

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Bank of America Cash Rewards credit card

Another cash back card Keith?!?!?!? Yes, yes it is.  And why not?  The Bank of America Cash Rewards card has  no annual fee, so I’m free to use it (or not use it) as much or as little as I want.  There’s a $200 sign up bonus after spending only $500 in the first 90 […]

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