Category Archives: Bank of America

Plink is worth a look, and so is a certain Bank of America business card

IS PLINK REPUTABLE?: “Is Plink reputable?” is a search query that led some anonymous stranger to this blog yesterday. In my experience, Plink–a service that lets you get extra rewards in exchange for your credit card data–is quite reputable and … Continue reading

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It’s quarterly credit card marketing time! And praise for cheap hotels

SITE NOTE:¬†Unless any particularly good deals compel me to arise from my slumber, today’s post is the last for this week. I’ll return on Monday. IT’S QUARTERLY PROMOTIONS TIME!: Check your mail and check your inboxes! And make sure you’re … Continue reading

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30,000 miles from Alaska Airlines: Much less exciting than the Chase Ink, but still worth a mention

View From The Wing noted¬†that there’s a 30,000-mile Alaska Airlines link. It’s not as good as the 40,000 it’s been in the past, but it’s better than the 25,000 standard offer that’s been out there for a while. Why might … Continue reading

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Lufthansa 50,000 follow-up, B of A giveaway, cheap tires, an Amazon gift card sale, and AA miles for your savings

LUFTHANSA MILES AND MORE FOLLOW-UP: Following up on Saturday’s post, a friend of ours tried the archaic $2,500 minimum spend version of the 50,000 mile Lufthansa credit card application. He and his wife were both rejected, although they were approved … Continue reading

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