If the cold weather has you thinking about traveling somewhere warm, check out this week’s Free Money Friday offer from Priceline! If you’ve been reading carefully, you’ll notice we first mentioned this card back in one of the recent credit card application sprees.
The Visa card is a 2% cash back card and Priceline is currently offering a $50 sign up bonus.
Earn 5,000 bonus points, which you can redeem for a statement credit worth $50!
Barclay Terms and Conditions
No annual fee.
You may redeem your points toward statement credits for any purchase(s) that are $25 or greater.
More on the Priceline Card
Earn 2% Cash Back. There’s no limit to the points you can earn with the Priceline Rewards Visa and you earn 5 points for every $1 spent on eligible “Name Your Own Price” purchases and 2 points per $1 spent on everything else. It’s the equivalent of a 2% cash back credit card!
Redeeming for Statement Credits. If you want cash back via a statement credit, you can redeem your points towards any purchase transactions of $25 or more that posted to your account within the last 90 days.
0% Intro APR. Based on your credit score, you may be eligible for a 0% intro rate on balance transfers (3% fee) for the first 15 billing cycles on your account.
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