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BOA Accelerated Cards

So what makes Bank of America accelerated cash back and rewards cards accelerated after the first six months?  Does the points and cash back percentage go back to 1?

 

 

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Re: BOA Accelerated Cards

have no idea.. all I know is in two years with the Amex I have close to 17000 points and I sure know I didn't charge up $17K on the card.


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Re: BOA Accelerated Cards

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I currently have a regular world points card with BOA which is one point per dollar.  The only way I can really ccumlate points with it, is paying bills with it.  I'm eyeing the PNC bank everyday rewards 4 points per dollar.

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