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10% off Uber gift cards at Walmart

Walmart is offering 10% off Uber gift cards, which is a nice opportunity to save a few bucks if you are a regular Uber rider.     The Offer 10% off Uber Gift Cards Key Terms Limit of 2 of each denomination per customer Links Direct link to all three denominations on sale Alternatively, here are links to each one: $100 for $90 $50 for $45 $25 for $22.50 Bottom Line While not a huge savings,…

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Uber credits live (& working on UberEats) on Amex Platinum – use March credits now

As reported on reddit and Doctor of Credit, some of the new benefits of the Platinum cards from American Express are already rolling out — including the $15 Uber credit, and users are confirming that it is working on UberEats at the time of this writing. As this is a monthly credit that expires at the end of the month, you have today and tomorrow to use the credit for the month of March (a…

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Amex drives in wrong direction with Uber (Amex Platinum to increase annual fee by $100 in exchange for Uber discounts)

Last fall, when Amex unveiled enhancements to their Platinum cards (5X airfare rewards on personal Platinum cards, and game-changing enhancements to their Business Platinum Card) they stated that these changes were just the beginning.  I took that to be a promise of more good things to come, but maybe I should have taken it as a warning… Early yesterday morning, news broke about upcoming changes to the Amex Platinum personal cards.  Full details can be…

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The Sears Amex Offer risky option: up to 30% off Amazon, Uber, Gas, and more

UPDATE 12/15/2016: It appears that portals may no longer be working for gift card reloads. The original version of this post described using the “Spend $50, Get $10” Sears Amex offer in-store, but the offer’s terms require using it online at Sears.com.  This post has been updated accordingly. Last week I detailed “Extreme Stacking the Sears Amex Offer“.  Through a series of machinations, I showed how one might be able to use the “Spend $50,…

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