This week’s Free Money Friday offer is a good one for anyone who is saving for college because Upromise is offering a $50 sign-up bonus on their Upromise World MasterCard!
Even if you don’t need to save for college, you can still get in on this bonus!
How to Get Your $50
- Open a Upromise World MasterCard.
- Make your first purchase within 90 days.
- Earn $50 cash back on your statement!
Terms and Conditions
- No annual fee.
- No limit to cash back earnings.
- You must sign up for Upromise rewards before you can earn cash back using this credit card.
More on Upromise
Earning Cash Back. You can earn 1% on all of your purchases, 2% back at eligible movie theatres, up to 3% at Exxon or Mobile gas stations and 4% back at participating Upromise restaurants. You can also earn an extra 5% on any eligible online shopping done through Upromise.
What is Upromise? If you’re unfamiliar with the Upromise rewards program, it’s a great way to save a little bit more towards any educational costs you might have coming up. You can contribute towards a Upromise 529 plan, make deposits in a Sallie Mae High-Yield Savings Account or make payments towards a Sallie Mae loan.
No need for college savings? If you don’t need any of those services, you can also request a check for your Upromise earnings, including the bonus and cash back from the Upromise World MasterCard. You can request checks of $10 or more once per quarter.
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