Barclaycard Arrival Plus $420+ Sign Up Bonus

Posted by Madison on February 5, 2016

The Barclaycard Arrival Plus card recently changed their bonus structure, so it’s time to revisit the details. The sign up bonus is for 40,000 miles, which you can redeem for a $400 statement credit. You’ll get an extra bonus on the travel redemption, so it’s really a $420+ offer! It’s our Free Money offer this […]

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BankAmericard $200 Sign Up Bonus

Posted by Madison on January 22, 2016

I picked up the BankAmericard Travel Rewards card last fall in my $4,420 Credit Card Application Spree. I’m revisiting this card since they just announced a Preferred Rewards program that will increase the bonuses on the card above the standard 1.5 points per dollar! The Bank of America sign up bonus is 20,000 points. The […]

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Chase Sapphire $500 – $625 Sign Up Bonus

Posted by Madison on January 8, 2016

It’s time to start earning bonus money this year! First up is the Chase Sapphire Preferred card. Chase is giving out 50,000 bonus points that you can redeem for cash, gift cards or travel. The points are worth $625 in travel or $500 cash back. We’re planning a ski trip for next year with another […]

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New 1st Quarter 2016 5% Rotating Cash Rewards Credit Cards

Posted by Madison on December 28, 2015

1st quarter cash back is here and it’s focused heavily on gas stations. It’s time to organize, activate and put your cards into a regular rotation. In addition, since we still have the opportunity to double our Discover it Cashback to 10% the Discover card again remains at the top of the quarterly rotation list! […]

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Chase Freedom $15 Off $15 Purchase

Posted by Madison on December 4, 2015

Buried deep in the 12 Holiday Shopping Bonuses to Cash in Right Now is a quick $15 offer from Chase Freedom. It’s not getting as much attention as the Chase Freedom 10% Cash Back at Amazon, but it is Free Money! Chase Freedom is giving you $15 when you use Visa Checkout to pay online. […]

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Chase Freedom 10% Cash Back at Amazon

Posted by Madison on November 23, 2015

Pull your Chase Freedom cards back out for more holiday shopping! Chase Freedom is doubling their 4th Quarter 5% Rotating Cash Rewards to 10% during the holidays. Reader Richard sent me a heads up about the deal and I did a double take. The best news… they are resetting your 4th quarter limits, so if […]

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American Express $10 Small Business Saturday Shopping Credit

Posted by Madison on November 13, 2015

One of my favorite annual holiday offers is back… sort of! American Express is running their Small Business Saturday promotion again. However, this year they’ve changed the offer slightly! You can still earn a $10 statement credit per card, but you have to be targeted for the offer this year. It’s our Free Money Friday […]

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Capital One Spark Cash for Business $500 Sign Up Bonus

Posted by Madison on October 30, 2015

One of the cards I picked up in my $4,420 Credit Card Application Spree was the Capital One Spark Cash for Business card. The card has a $500 bonus and earns 2% cash back on all purchases. I used to avoid Capital One. You can probably find some of my not so nice comments about […]

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Citi Thank You Premier Card $500+ Sign Up Bonus

Posted by Madison on October 16, 2015

If you don’t already have the Citi Thank You Premier Card, you’re in luck! Citi is offering 50,000 bonus points worth $500 in gift cards or $625 in airfare without a complicated second year spending requirement! The $500+ sign up bonus is our Free Money Friday offer. For those of us with the old multi-year […]

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How Much Do We Have in Credit Limits? Over $1,000,000!

Posted by Madison on October 12, 2015

Quite a few questions I get revolve around our credit. To take advantage of bonus offers we routinely apply for multiple new cards. Our latest round was a $4,420 Credit Card Application Spree. Readers wanted to know How Much Do Credit Inquiries Really Matter? and what kind of credit limits do we have to support […]

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