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Re: $400 Cash Back after Spending $1K in 90 Days with NFL Card

Apped.

Approved.

$7,500 CL.

 

I feel a lot more comfortable about ditching my BoA Mastercard now.

But there goes my Spade.

$400 here I come.

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Re: $400 Cash Back after Spending $1K in 90 Days with NFL Card

Anyone know how long this card takes to report?

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Re: $400 Cash Back after Spending $1K in 90 Days with NFL Card

Next day for me. Barclays is crazy!

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Re: $400 Cash Back after Spending $1K in 90 Days with NFL Card

I already got a LOLUnion alert.

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Re: $400 Cash Back after Spending $1K in 90 Days with NFL Card

Anyone have experience with Barclays statement credits?
Everything I seem to be reading indicates to burn through 375 and then 35, to apply the statement credit.

The 400 cashback, and then the 10 you get from 1% would make that 410. And that Barclays statement credit system is a little "off" and will actually allow this.

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Re: $400 Cash Back after Spending $1K in 90 Days with NFL Card

If you use Amazon Payments just make a $410 and a $590 transaction, then pull it to your bank account.  Pay the $590 transaction with the money you pulled into your account.  Pay the $410 with statement credits.  Bam $410 in your bank account in 2-3 days.

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Re: $400 Cash Back after Spending $1K in 90 Days with NFL Card

So what happens if I have a 900 purchase and then a 100 purchase (two purchases I had to make anyway on another card) to meet the 400?

Can I just go and spend $410 AFTER and THEN apply the 410?

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Re: $400 Cash Back after Spending $1K in 90 Days with NFL Card

DEAL IS DEAD~

Garden Mode... kind of... sort of (•‿•)
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Re: $400 Cash Back after Spending $1K in 90 Days with NFL Card

Wow, really?

It last all of on one week? Glad I made it in time.

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Re: $400 Cash Back after Spending $1K in 90 Days with NFL Card

Well congrats to those who got it. I knew it wouldn't last forever, that's why I got in on the second day.
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