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Barclaycard Arrival vs. Fidelity Investment Rewards Amex

June 1, 2014

This past week, TPG reader Manu sent me a message via Facebook: “What is the advantage of the Barclaycard Arrival over the Fidelity Investment Rewards American Express Card, which also gets 2% cash back on all purchases, but (unlike the Barclaycard) has no annual fee?” When it comes to cash back, the Fidelity American Express (which earns 2% across the board and has […]

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Expiring Soon: Fidelity 50,000 Mile American, Delta and United Offers

March 22, 2013

Credit cards aren’t the only way to score big mileage paydays. Online brokerages often offer sweet deals to bring your assets to them by offering airline miles. Last year I was able to take advantage of two bonuses of 50,000 miles each that Fidelity Investments was offering for new brokerage accounts, boosting both my Delta […]

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Earn 50,000 American Miles With Fidelity Before September 30, 2012

July 3, 2012

As I’ve discussed in the past, brokerage accounts can be a great way to rack up a ton of miles on money you’d be investing anyway. I personally was able to earn 50,000 Delta and 50,000 United miles with Fidelity earlier this year for opening non-retirement brokerage accounts. I am not eligible for this other […]

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Update: My 100,000 United & Delta Mile Payday with Fidelity

March 7, 2012

In December I wrote about the opportunity to get 50,000 United and 50,000 Delta miles by opening up Fidelity brokerage accounts. The trick is to open a United account first, fund it, and once you get the miles, then open the Delta account since the Delta promotion did not exclude existing Fidelity customers. I did […]

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Earn Up to 100,000 United, American & Delta Miles With Fidelity Brokerage Accounts

December 26, 2011

Update: deal is now for 50,000 miles. If you’ve got cash to invest, you can rack up a ton of frequent flyer miles by opening Fidelity Brokerage accounts. I’ve been meaning to research this ever since I left Morgan Stanley and now completely manage my investments, especially since I no longer have any restrictions about […]

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