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BOA and BJ's

I shop at BJ's and I have the BOA 1-2-3 card. I know groceries is 2%.

 

Anyone has experience as to how BOA codes BJ's?




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Re: BOA and BJ's

LOL so tempting to turn this simple question to something dirty....
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Re: BOA and BJ's


CS800 wrote:

I shop at BJ's and I have the BOA 1-2-3 card. I know groceries is 2%.

 

Anyone has experience as to how BOA codes BJ's?


I'm interested in this myself.

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Re: BOA and BJ's

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@jsickz32

Shaking my head!

Edit: to correct poster's user name. Sorry- stupid IPad.
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Re: BOA and BJ's


09Lexie wrote:
@jdickz32

Shaking my head!

I'm so sorry, but I read the EXACT same thing as @jdickz32 

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Lol sorry i was happy cuz i was approved by FNBO!

@lexie
You always shaking your head at me!

@CS
I use my BoA cashRewards at BJs to buy water and have never thought about this. Ill go check my statements and see what it says.
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Re: BOA and BJ's

BOA allows you to see your rewards activity online.  Just log in to your account and click on your card -->rewards--->view rewards transaction history

 

Look there and you will know how many points you are getting for each purchase.

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@jsickz32

Lol! What's that tell you?!

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Re: BOA and BJ's


jsickz32 wrote:
LOL so tempting to turn this simple question to something dirty....

:smileysurprised:

 

:smileyvery-happy:




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Re: BOA and BJ's

I know others like AMEX codes grocery stores not including warehouse clubs. 

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