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(EXPIRED) Apple Pay Promos for Hotels.com, Fandango, Stubhub, and more

There are a number of new Apple Pay promos out right now to help you save a few bucks at a number of popular retailers. Stack these with 3x when paying with the US Bank Altitude Reserve or link an Amex card synced with a Current Amex Offer to maximize savings. The Deal Get discounts at several merchants with Apple Pay Direct link to this promotion Key Terms Valid July 19th to August 1st, 2018 Offers available in the US only…

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(EXPIRED) Good stacking opportunity w/ new Apple Pay promo

Apple Pay is out with a new set of promotions good for savings at a number of popular merchants. This can make for some great stacking deals if you’re able to combine it with either the Chase Pay deal (See: 1,000 Ultimate Rewards points w/ 5 purchases via Apple Pay) or better yet with the Amex Apple Pay deal (See: New offer for Apple Pay: Spend $5, get $2 back 5x [Targeted]) and a good Amex offer. I’m not positive whether…

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New offer for Apple Pay: Spend $5, get $2 back 5x [Targeted]

There are a few new Amex Offers out this morning, including a notable targeted one for Apple Pay: Spend $5, get $2 back, and it is repeatable up to 5 times. We’ve added this and a couple of other new offers to our Current Amex Offers databse. The Deal Spend $5 or more via Apple Pay in-store and in-app in the fifth US States, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands, get $2 back, up to 5 times Key Terms Expires 8/29/18 Quick Thoughts This is…

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(EXPIRED) 1,000 Ultimate Rewards points w/ 5 purchases via Apple Pay

Chase is out with a targeted promotion on some cards today for an easy 1,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points: make 5 purchases and pay with Apple Pay to get 1,000 points. The Deal Make 5 purchases via Apple Pay between April 1st and April 30th, 2018 and get a bonus 1,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points Key Terms Must make purchases between April 1 – April 30, 2018 Allow up to 8 weeks after making purchases for bonus points to post to your account. Quick…

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[Expired] Confirmed not targeted: Up to 4x Ultimate Rewards w/ mobile wallet & Sapphire card

Update: Chase responded to my secure message and confirmed that this promotion is not targeted. It is open to all Chase Sapphire cardholders. Details below. Chase has sent out an email to Sapphire, Sapphire Preferred, and Sapphire Reserve cardholders advertising an extra 1x Ultimate Rewards on purchases made via digital wallets such as Chase Pay, Apple Pay, Android Pay, or Samsung Pay. This promotion is good on up to $1500 in purchases (presumably per card) during the promotional period and can stack with bonus…

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Chase mobile wallet promotions: get a statement credit for grocery store purchases

As reported earlier this week at Doctor of Credit, there are several offers out from Chase to earn a statement credits after making 5 purchases at grocery stores with a mobile wallet. The offers are available on the Chase Freedom card (appears targeted), the Chase Ritz-Carlton Rewards card, and the Chase Marriott Rewards Card (personal version). They are as follows: Chase Freedom card The offer Get a $15 statement credit when you pay 5 times at…

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Buying gift cards with the Altitude Reserve

The new US Bank Altitude Reserve Card has the distinction of being the first card ever to offer a standard category bonus for mobile wallet payments.  Specifically, the card offers 3 points per dollar for mobile wallet payments (Apple Pay, Android Pay, Samsung Pay, and Microsoft Wallet) and travel purchases.  Many readers undoubtedly wonder if they can use mobile wallet payments to as a way of earning points cheaply.  I’ve previously warned people away from…

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How to setup the Altitude Reserve as your default Apple Pay card

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Here’s a quick tutorial for setting up the Altitude Reserve Card with Apple Pay.  Since the card offers 3 points per dollar for mobile wallet payments, you’ll want it to be your default card… 1. Add Altitude Reserve to your iPhone Wallet If your iPhone supports Apple Pay, then the Wallet app will be on your phone already.  Find Wallet and open it (saying “Hey Siri, open Wallet” should do the trick).  Then click the…

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