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Extra 1x at Walmart.com and other retailers

There’s a new offer out this morning to earn an extra Membership Rewards point per dollar at Walmart.com through 12/31/17. This would be in addition to your normal earnings. My wife and I found this on almost all of our cards that earn Membership Rewards, so this one looks to be widely available. Additionally, previously-targeted offers for an extra 1x at places like Exxon-Mobile, Toys R Us, etc now appear on the “Earn more points all year long” site…

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10,000 points with 10 purchases [Targeted]

Looking to rebuild your Membership Rewards fortune? There is a new targeted offer out to earn 10,000 Membership Rewards points after making 10 or more separate purchases on an Amex Platinum card by 1/31/18. This one appears to be highly targeted, but it’s a terrific bonus for those who got it. The Deal Targeted members can earn 10,000 Membership Rewards points after making 10 or more separate purchases with their Platinum card by 1/31/18 Direct link to log in…

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Save on Universal Studios, Gas, Lowe’s, more w/ new offers

It’s the first of the month, so there are a number of new Amex Offers out today, and some of them will be very popular. Here’s a sampling of what I saw that you might want to sync up: Universal Orlando: Spend $500 or more on a vacation package, get $100 back Where I found it: This one appears highly targeted — it only showed up on my wife’s Everyday Preferred in our household What you…

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[Targeted] 30% off some Amazon categories (up to $15)

After adding something to my cart at Amazon last night, I saw the following advertisement under my cart, touting 30% off in “select new categories” when using American Express Membership Rewards points: This is a targeted offer, but it’s worth checking to see if you’re targeted. Yesterday, Chuck at Doctor of Credit reported signing up for a new Amazon account and seeing discounts for various categories. I was surprised to see a discount like this on my…

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New offer for 5x at Sam’s Club (up to 1500 additional points) [Targeted]

There is a nice new Amex Offer out to earn 5x in-store at Sam’s Club – up to a total of 1500 additional Membership Rewards points. Greg found this offer on an Amex Everyday card, but my wife did not get the offer on her Everyday Preferred (in fact, we didn’t get this offer on any of our cards in my household). The Offer Get 5x Membership Rewards points for purchases in-store at Sam’s Club by 12/31/17 (up to 1500 extra points) Key Terms Expires 12/31/17 Not valid online Not…

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Get 10,000 points back on a $500 prepaid hotel booking

A new Amex Offer popped up a couple of days ago for 10,000 Membership Rewards points back on a $500+ prepaid hotel booking through Amex Travel. The Deal Spend $500+ on a prepaid hotel booking at amextravel.com, get 10,000 Membership Rewards points back Key Terms Only valid on prepaid hotel bookings at amextravel.com Must book by 12/31/17 Quick Thoughts This offer didn’t stand out to me originally because it requires a prepaid hotel booking. That’s not ideal for a couple of reasons: First,…

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Add fast: 2K back on $100 at Staples, 2K back on $75 in groceries, and more [Some targeted]

If you missed it last night, there’s a new set of offers in town: Chase Offers (See: Chase’s foray into offers: Whole Foods, Lowe’s eBags, and more). But let there be no doubt, Amex is still the king of offers. There are some hot new Amex Offers out this morning — including one at Staples that I’m sure will likely fill up and disappear: 2,000 Membership Rewards points back on a purchase of $100 or more. You’ll want…

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Rumor about new Marriott/SPG cards: 3 tiers and really good initial offer

When Marriott took over Starwood, they said that they would run parallel loyalty programs until 2018.  More recently they have said that they hope to bring the programs together by the end of 2018.  While we are eager to learn all about the new program, one aspect that is especially interesting is the question of what will happen to their credit cards.  Today, Marriott branded credit cards are issued by Chase whereas SPG cards are…

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