New All-in-One Stratos Card Ships

If you’re looking for a fancy way to declutter your wallet (other than Apple Pay), you may want to check out the new Stratos card, which is a Bluetooth-connected card that just began shipping this week. It works similarly to Coin, though there are a number of differences. For one, you can store all types … Continue reading “New All-in-One Stratos Card Ships”

Citi Now Offering 0% APR for 21 Months on Two Credit Cards

Call it a revival to the days of easy credit, or perhaps just a few more months of interest-free living. Either way, consumers may now apply for a credit card with 0% APR for a full 21 months, which reminds me of the good old days. It’s not quite 24 months, which I believe was … Continue reading “Citi Now Offering 0% APR for 21 Months on Two Credit Cards”

Get a Free Smartphone with the New AT&T Access More Card

If you’re in need of a new smartphone, but aren’t willing to spend an arm and a leg to get it, there’s now another option. The new “AT&T Access More Card” from Citi is offering new cardmembers a free smartphone (up to $650 in value) excluding taxes, shipping, fees, and wireless service. Just to give … Continue reading “Get a Free Smartphone with the New AT&T Access More Card”

Get a 20% Statement Credit for Uber Purchases Made with Capital One Quicksilver

It appears as if Uber likes being in the credit card game. Their latest venture into the world of plastic involves the Capital One Quicksilver card, and sister card QuicksilverOne. If you have either of these credit cards in your wallet you can earn a 20% statement credit for all Uber purchases made using said … Continue reading “Get a 20% Statement Credit for Uber Purchases Made with Capital One Quicksilver”

Why You Won’t Be Able to Use American Express at Costco Anymore

A month ago, I wrote about how Citi and Visa partnered with Costco, thereby kicking American Express out in the process. That new arrangement will begin on April 1st, 2016, at which point Amex credit cards won’t be accepted by the super warehouse store. And the Costco Amex credit card will cease to exist. But … Continue reading “Why You Won’t Be Able to Use American Express at Costco Anymore”

Spend $50 at Smart & Final and Get $25 Back with Amex Offers

Awesome deal alert! At the moment, American Express is offering $25 back when you spend $50 or more at Smart & Final stores in the United States by June 30th, 2015. Fortunately, there is a store just a few minutes away from my home, so I can take advantage of this offer very easily. Even … Continue reading “Spend $50 at Smart & Final and Get $25 Back with Amex Offers”

Discover Launches On/Off Switch for Credit Cards

I think just about everyone has misplaced their credit card at one time or another, only to find it just minutes or hours later. The problem is that you don’t want to keep that misplaced credit card active while it’s nowhere to be found. For this reason, cardholders often call and close the card the … Continue reading “Discover Launches On/Off Switch for Credit Cards”

What Is the American Express Please Pay By Date?

If you have an American Express charge card, you may have encountered the now infamous “Please Pay By” date on your credit card statement. According to the American Express website, “This is when we request you make your payment to American Express.” So what does that actually mean? This is when they request it? The … Continue reading “What Is the American Express Please Pay By Date?”

How to Get 50,000 Bonus Miles from Chase Explorer

For a while now, Chase has been the leader in offering credit card sign-up bonuses. They constantly blow away the competition, though without a healthy dose of it, one might worry that they’ll have less incentive to keep the lucrative offers coming. In fact, they’ve already begun to tinker with varying annual fees, as evidenced … Continue reading “How to Get 50,000 Bonus Miles from Chase Explorer”

Use Your Wedding to Pay for Your Honeymoon

One of the great things about throwing a wedding is that when it’s finally over you get to go on vacation. Unfortunately, honeymoons are often very expensive getaways because the bride and groom expect the best of the best, not just a run-of-the-mill retreat. After all, you just got married, so staying at a Holiday … Continue reading “Use Your Wedding to Pay for Your Honeymoon”