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  1. Marriott is again running their 70,000 point bonus promo if you sign up for the Chase Marriott Rewards Premier card. You only need to spend $2,000 the first 3 months. The typical bonus is 50,000. A a card-member, you get a certificate for 1 free night every year. Typical rooms at their mid-level brands are 15,000-25,000 points, so in addition to the free night, the 70,000 points will give you another 3-4 free nights. You just have to look on a case by case basis. Many of the modest brands like Town Place, Spring Hill, or Fairfield can be had for 7,500-10,000 points per night, so 70,000 points would earn you a week or more. One travel site estimates Marriott Reward points are worth a penny each. That would make this deal worth $700, plus the certificate for 1 free night. The only drawbacks I can think of is that Chase is not the most generous in the game with CLIs, and CLI requests are typically hard pulls. Also, there is no annual fee the first year, but $85 thereafter.
  2. Saw this in my online account: Spend $500 month for 5 months and get $75 credit. I assume this is on top of the normal 5% cashback deals. 75/2500=3% DETAILS: $75 Cashback Bonus Offer Spend $500 every month 05/01/2014 - 09/30/2014 and then get $75 Cashback Bonus 1. SIGN UP PERIOD: 04/01/2014 THROUGH 05/04/2014 2. Use your Discover card to make at least $500 in purchases each calendar month from 05/01/2014 through 09/30/2014. Example: May $500 Mother's Day, wedding gifts, online shopping {C}{C} June $500 Father's Day, graduation gifts, transportation July $500 Summer trips, gas, home improvement August $500 Back to School shopping, cell phone bills, groceries September $500 Labor day festivities, gym memberships, gas Track your progress each month with our Dashboard during the promotional period. 3. That's it — $75 Cashback Bonus will be yours. Also, I just saw this in the FAQ: Is this offer available to everyone?You are one of a few select Discover Cardmembers to have the chance to earn extra Cashback Bonus.
  3. "American Airlines and US Airways began Tuesday to let passengers earn and redeem frequent-flier miles on either airline." http://www.nytimes.com/aponline/2014/01/07/us/ap-us-travel-brief-american-airlines-changes.html?hp If you don't have the Barclay's US Airways Dividend Miles MC (or maybe if you do ) better get one fast.
  4. Matti

    An Easy $200

    Only 9-ish hours left. No DD change required. Just make 5 purchases with your debit card and get $125. Park $500 in savings and get $75. https://home.capitalone360.com/blackfriday?o=1 https://home.capitalone360.com/blackfriday?o=2

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