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[Expired] Gift card deals at Rite Aid & via Samsung Pay

There are a couple of gift card deals running right now (and there will surely be more to come as we head through the next week or two). Here are deals that are still alive: Rite Aid: Get 800 ($8 value) Plenti points with some gift cards and 500 ($5) with others (<-link to ad, see page 12) The gift cards:  Get 800 points with a $50 gift card to Best Buy, Sephora, or JC Penney Get 500…

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[Expired] $5 back on $25 in Uber gift cards (x2)

Through Saturday, September 30th, Rite Aid has an offer for $5 back in Plenti points on a purchase of $25 in Uber or StubHub gift cards. The Deal Earn 500 Plenti points (worth $5.00) when you buy a $25 Uber gift card. Key Terms Valid today through Saturday, September 30, 2017 Limit of 2 offers per customer Bottom line This offer can be found on page 11 of the weekly ad. If you often use Uber or have a purchase planned…

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Earn 300 Plenti points reloading your Green Dot card at Rite Aid

Rite Aid is running an ad this week offering 300 Plenti points when you swipe your Green Dot card and reload at least $50 in a single transaction.  Check your local ad to see if the promotion is running in your area. 300 Plenti points are worth $3 off other items purchased at Rite Aid (and other Plenti partners).  In my experience you cannot use Plenti points to pay for reloads.  Green Dot reloads cost…

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ThankYou transfer to AA; Wyndham surprises; Rite Aid drops debit loads: My 2016 Predictions

2016 predictions

Welcome to 2016! Yesterday I proved that my odd-numbered-year predictions are not so good, but we know that I’m really good with even-numbered-year predictions.  In other words, my 2014 predictions were mostly right whereas my 2015 predictions were mostly wrong.  So, obviously, my 2016 predictions will be spot-on.  You can practically take these to the bank… Citi will add American Airlines as a new ThankYou Rewards transfer partner I agree with Lucky on this one. …

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Increasing credit card spend with Serve

Manufacturing spend with Serve

Note: On January 8, 2016 American Express sent out a notice to a large number of Bluebird & Serve cardholders informing them that loading capabilities on their accounts had been terminated. For more information, see: Amex kills Bluebird and Serve for manufactured spend From Serve to REDbird and back to Serve There was a time when Serve prepaid cards could be reloaded at CVS, with a credit card, for free.  Back then, it was possible to…

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American Express Serve adds Rite Aid and Dollar General to free cash reload network

Serve adds Rite Aid and Dollar General

Note: On January 8, 2016 American Express sent out a notice to a large number of Bluebird & Serve cardholders informing them that loading capabilities on their accounts had been terminated. For more information, see: Amex kills Bluebird and Serve for manufactured spend American Express published a press release today announcing the addition of Rite Aid and Dollar General to Serve’s “Free Cash Reload Network”.  This means that eligible Serve account holders can now reload their…

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A faster way to add money to your PayPal account

PayPal register reload

As reported by Doctor of Credit, it appears that PayPal will be replacing reload cards (MyCash cards and MoneyPaks) with a new “load at register” approach.  Before this change it is/was possible to buy PayPal reload cards (either in the form of PayPal My Cash cards or Greendot MoneyPaks) at a store and then reload your PayPal account online using those cards.  Sometimes it has been possible to earn credit card rewards by buying those…

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Amex gift cards double or nothing, bye bye Amazon Payments, and a sign of what’s to come

Hoopla Doopla says “no way” Last week I published a Quick Deal about the cash back portal Hoopla Doopla: “An obvious portal price mistake: 40% cash back for Amex gift cards. Who’s in?”  Their site showed a ridiculously high 40% cash back rate for Amex gift cards.  Since this followed right on the heels of Amex pulling their gift cards out of all portals, there was no doubt in my mind that it was a…

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