How do you boost your credit score? You’ve probably been told to pay your bills on time, keep debt levels low, and keep those older credit card accounts open.
Fifteen years ago I regularly received 0% no-fee credit card convenience checks. I cashed them for the max and put the money in 4.5% online savings account. In other words I borrowed for free and invested the money — basic credit card arbitrage.
My latest credit card offered a $400 bonus if I charged $3,000 on it in the first 90 days. The clock started on approval, a week before I had the card, and charges had to post to the account by the deadline (it can take a few days for purchases to post).
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Shopping portals are a great way to get some extra cash back on almost anything online, saving the average consumer around 7%. One of the best portals that many tend to look over is Discover Deals, a portal that’s exclusively available to their card holders.
The Blispay Credit Card take on the number one spot for cash back credit cards. It gives you 2% cash back on all purchases no matter what the category, comes with no annual fee, and you can get up to 6 months of free financing.
This holiday season, Chase is holding a special promotion with their Chase Freedom Card. When you spend $500 within 3 months, you get a $150 sign-up bonus along with 10% off all Amazon purchases until the end of the year.
For all you Chase Freedom cardholders, when you spend a minimum of $15 at select retailers you can earn $15 in statement credit when you use Visa Checkout. Not only that, but we’re going to show you how you can save additional cash on your purchase.