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How can I make notes on my cards about APR's and Rewards catagories?

So now I have 3 good rewards cards in my wallet with different terms, intro APR periods and rewards catagories and I have a hard time remembering the details. I need some way of keeping the notes on the cards or in my wallet so the note won't get destroyed from ware.

 

Ideas?

 

 

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Re: How can I make notes on my cards about APR's and Rewards catagories?

Put in a word processor, format it to the size of a bussiness card, print out and laminate at your local office store. 

 

 


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Re: How can I make notes on my cards about APR's and Rewards catagories?

I just use one of those little Dyno label printers to print sticky labels I can put on the back of my card.  They fit quite nicely below the signature area on the back.

 

Very handy to remind me not only of the rewards structure of the card itself, but the add-on rewards programs I have them linked to.

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Re: How can I make notes on my cards about APR's and Rewards catagories?

I like that.. I could even put a little sticker on there with my current balances in a column.

 

 

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Re: How can I make notes on my cards about APR's and Rewards catagories?


Funk-O-Meter wrote:

So now I have 3 good rewards cards in my wallet with different terms, intro APR periods and rewards catagories and I have a hard time remembering the details. I need some way of keeping the notes on the cards or in my wallet so the note won't get destroyed from ware.

 

Ideas?

 

 


Do you have a smartphone? Put a sticky note widget on your home screen.

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