03-24-2013 01:16 PM
03-24-2013 06:22 PM
However its not easy to compare rewards for online stores across credit card portals in one place.
http://evreward.com ...everything all in one place.
Nice link! Thanks!
03-24-2013 06:39 PM
I have 7 cards. Honestly, having a smartphone makes it easy to keep track of them. I use Manilla to access all of them at once on my phone, plus I have all 4 of my lenders' web apps so I can monitor specific activity on each card.
If I have a new card that has a certain spend that needs to be met to achieve the signup bonus, then I prioritize use of that card. Once I've met spend, I return to regular usage of all cards for their various rewards categories.
03-27-2013 12:59 PM - last edited on 03-27-2013 01:00 PM by llecs
edited can help you easily check which credit card to use for each purchase whether online or in-store. Would love to hear your thoughts after you use it...
Its easy,free,ad-free and even lets you build you ideal wallet in the long run for the purchases you typically make..
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