02-09-2010 05:02 PM - edited 02-17-2010 04:31 AM
02-09-2010 05:19 PM
02-09-2010 06:06 PM
I I would check cash returns online mall for merchants you might use and you can actually get the bonus at some brick & mortar location's
what do you mean a card that suffers from pms
02-10-2010 08:19 AM
I don't see why anyone would want american express, they are hard to get, they charge the highest fees, yuck..
Fees, what fees... they are a little more expensive for a merchant to except but I wouldn't say they are more expensive for you to carry unless you pick a rewards program that has an annual fee.
02-16-2010 07:37 PM
02-16-2010 09:25 PM
Here ya go:
Blue Cash calculator
And remember, with Blue Cash you start all over again every January 1st. It's not 12 months from whenever you started, it's calendar year.
Incorrect. Blue Cash cashback runs on an anniversary year, NOT a calendar year; in my case, it's OCT to OCT. I receive my annual cashback rebate on my NOV statement.
02-17-2010 04:30 AM
Receive cash automatically
Look for your rebate as a credit on your statement one month following your Card anniversary date (if you opened your account in January, for example, you should expect to see your rebate in February the following year).
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