12-24-2012 05:23 PM
So the past couple weeks my partner and I have been working on cash flow, credit cards for daily use, credit cards for large purchases, what we spend where, etc. etc. you know... well most companies and sites Im finding (think I just always ignored before on purpose) anyway have tools to simply give dates and all or certain transactions and give you total... well just did 01/01/2012 til TODAY and we spent $3,847.70
Now while that might not be much if we bought Computers, Printers, Appliances and such... We have not!
I order a lot of my gluten Free things, and most small or quick last minute thoughts/needed items since we have Prime and Amazon uses Trac something rather that usually delivers next day regardless if it's 1,2, or ground shipping ordered becuase it's just coming from outside of where we are.... so if it's available on Prime I order it, much of the time under $10!
~ Most of this $3800 went on Amazon Store or lately Navy Federal now getting 1.5% but probably less than $1k went on a different card from the amazon store earning nothing!
~ Also been looking at partners Amex Costco because he is just under $19,000.00 in spending and much of it is at 1% so i want that changed.
12-24-2012 05:46 PM
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12-26-2012 08:11 AM
Citi Forward is the way to go here. You can redeem for some gift cards at a 1 to 1 ratio as well. It is definitely one of my favorite cards in my wallet.
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