Up to 50,000 Bonus Miles For United Mileage Plus Visa

December 19, 2010

There are two offers going on right now for the United Chase MileagePlus Visa. Which one you get will be determined by your MileagePlus account, so log-in to your account and then click here. You will either get: 1) 30,000 miles: 25,000 with first purchase and 5,000 after $250 in spend and an authorized user. No […]

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Continental Discontinues Baggage Waiver for Chase Debit Card Holders

December 10, 2010

I’ve written about the Continental Chase Debit Cards before and I think they provide great value, in terms of robust sign-up bonuses and bag waivers. However, as of April 1, 2011, these cards will no longer provide a first checked bag for free (up to $50 value round trip). Card holders seeking baggage waivers will […]

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Southwest Chase Visa Signup Bonus: 16 Credits and up to $500 in Gift Cards

December 3, 2010

Update: deal is now for 50,000 points after you spend $1,000 in the first 3 months. This offer has been around for a while and in my opinion its a pretty good offer for Southwest flyers. You get 16 credits with your first purchase, up to 8 more for balance transfers and 2 bonus credits each year […]

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Continental Extends 25,000 Chase Debit Card Sign-up Bonuses Until Dec 31

November 4, 2010

Think of it as an early Christmas gift! Continental/Chase have extended their 25,000 point sign up bonus when you open a personal/business checking out. Personal account coupon Business account coupon For details, read my original post about taking advantage of this offer. I get 50,000 miles a year for $90- not bad!

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Continental 25,000 Point Chase Debit Card Bonuses

October 14, 2010

Many people can’t apply for credit cards for a variety of reasons: whether they are about to apply for a mortgage and can’t have any hard pulls on their credit or they simply aren’t credit worthy enough to get approved for a card (which has gotten much harder since the credit crisis hit). When my […]

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