Just wanted to give a final reminder for all you procrastinators out there (like me) that the widely targeted promo for 3,500 FlexPerks points with a $50 Neiman Marcus purchase on your US Bank FlexPerks card ends today – May 19th. You can get the full details of the promo and learn how to check and see if you were targeted in this post. Remember to use the code MAYFS… Read the Rest.
As I highlighted in this post, US Bank is offering many U.S. Bank FlexPerks Visa card holders the chance to earn 3,500 FlexPerks for spending $50 in a single purchase at Neiman Marcus between May 6th (today) and May 19th. You can look on the promos section of the US Bank website if you have a FlexPerks card to see if your account is eligible. 3,500 FlexPerks are worth up… Read the Rest.
Over the weekend a brand new credit card was released by US Bank. I posted a little bit about it then, but wanted to do a more in depth post now that I have had a little more time to evaluate the details. Brand new credit cards are always exciting because they are fair game for “everyone” since no one has had it before (and by everyone I mean those… Read the Rest.
If you have seen the images of what Hurricane Sandy has done to the East Coast over the last few days, and want to help out by making a donation, it is possible to earn some miles and points in the process. Obviously the main thing in a situation like this is to get help those in need, but if it doesn’t hurt anything for you to pick up a… Read the Rest.
Since posting recently about how I plan to get to 40,000 FlexPerks points (including the nice start from the Olympics sign-up bonus that expired in August), I have had several people remind me of some other easy ways to get additional FlexPerks points, so I thought I would put those ideas together in one place. As you likely already know, if you got in on the U.S. Bank FlexPerks Olympic… Read the Rest.
Just as many of you did, I got the U.S. Bank Flex Perks card during the Olympics themed sign-up bonus in August. During that time the sign-up bonus was much higher than normal, and with some strategic spending, it doesn’t take much to go from the minimum required to get the sign-up bonus to having enough points for two $400 airline tickets. In case you got in on this deal,… Read the Rest.
On Friday last week I applied for three rewards-earning credit cards. Many in the miles and points world refer to this as a “churn”. The definition of “churn” can mean applying for the same card over and over, or it can mean applying for rewards earning credit cards in batches even if you have never had them before. In this case my definition of churn is the latter. First, I… Read the Rest.