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Match my outbound mailings to "Peanuts" characters


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The post office didn't have the seasonal stamps I wanted so I went with the Peanuts ones instead.

 

In the coming days, I will mail my CenterPoint Energy payment, and Peppermint Patty seemed the best fit since she's the more athletic (energy) one.

 

However, I am not at all sure how the other queued mailings should be matched up to the proper characters.  

 

Based either on the type of card, the issuing institution, the geographic destination, or any combination of these, which characters from the strip do you think are the best fits for

 

Chase Sapphire Preferred (to Carol Stream, Illinois)

Bank of the West (BNP Paribas) cash back mastercard (to Alameda, California)

J Crew (Dallas)

Merrick (Dallas)

Verizon - phone bill, not a credit card payment. (Newark)

Discover (Carol Stream again)

Bank of America Unlimited Cash Rewards Visa (Dallas)

US Bank State Farm Good Neighbor Visa (St. Louis)

FNBO Signature Visa (Omaha)

Barclay's Aviator Red mastercard (Philadelphia)

 

I would point out that the last time I mailed a payment to Barclay's, it was from the main post office in Anchorage and it still took eight days to get there.

 

It got there late.

 

Gross.

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6 x 9 = 42

 

You've got to help us help you Sidewinder.  We have a list of envelopes going out, but you have neglected to let us know what Peanuts characters we can choose from, so that we can select wisely.

 

This would also be a great opportunity/reason to apply for a Comenity Capital Bank Visa card.  They issue the NFL: credit cards and you would — of course — want and need to use the Lucy stamp for sending that payment.

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8 hours ago, Sidewinder said:

Yes obviously I get the joke; what I don't get is how Synchrony enters into this in the first place.

 

 

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Based either on the type of card, the issuing institution, the geographic destination, or any combination of these, which characters from the strip do you think are the best fits for

 

You're always good for a surprise .... never know quite what you're gonna get (kinda like that proverbial box of chocolates).

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