Good afternoon everyone. Today, Lyft announced that Lyft Pink members now have access to a free Grubhub+ membership. If you have a Chase Sapphire Reserve Credit Card, you already have access to a free membership of DashPass from DoorDash (not to be confused with Grubhub+ from Grubhub) and a free Lyft Pink membership. In this post, I will walk you through the steps to activate your free Grubhub+ membership by using your Lyft Pink membership. To get started, sign into your Lyft app, click the 3 bars in the upper left corner and then click the Lyft Pink button.
Updated 10/7/2020 at 12pm PT: El Al Israel Airlines just sent out this email to their members letting them know that their American Express Membership Rewards partnership is ending on December 31, 2020. A screenshot of the email is included below.
Good morning everyone, I hope your weekend is going well. 2 months ago, I wrote Changes to American Express Credit Card Terms (Bye Ameriprise, Third Party Purchases, Foreign Currency & Cash Advances). Like clockwork, American Express likes to make regular monthly updates to their credit card terms. I was reviewing my recent American Express credit card statements this morning and spotted a few changes that I thought you might like to know about. Some of these changes raise some questions or do not provide exact answers, but I will do my best to decipher and interpret the changes. If you have differing thoughts / opinions about how to interpret these changes, please let me know in the comments section.
To get started, I reviewed all the recent credit card statements on all my AMEX cards and decided to use screenshots from my American Express Gold Card since it covered all the changes. Most of these changes affect several other AMEX cards. Here is a brief overview of the upcoming changes (AMEX Send Account, cash advances & additional card annual membership fees), but I will go into more detail on subsequent screenshots.
Good afternoon everyone, I hope your week is going well. Earlier this month, the $175 annual fee posted to my Wells Fargo Propel World American Express Credit Card. I made sure to max out the $50 statement credit from the Small Business AMEX Offer and used up the $100 airline reimbursement. I was hoping to downgrade my credit card to the no annual fee Wells Fargo Propel American Express, but when I called Wells Fargo, I was told that the department that handles product changes is closed temporarily due to the Coronavirus Pandemic.
Since I couldn’t product change to a no annual fee and I didn’t want to pay the $175 annual fee, I asked the rep to close my account. During the closure process, the rep said I had 365 Wells Fargo Go Far Rewards Points in my account and asked me if I wanted to redeem the points for purchases before they closed the account. In this post, I will show you how to redeem your Wells Fargo Go Far Rewards Points to pay for purchases. Sign into your Wells Fargo online account and click on your credit card, not your Go Far Rewards account.
Updated 8/11/20 at 8:35am: The $1.38 credit adjustment posted to my account and and I now have a $0 balance on my credit card.
Good afternoon everyone, I hope you had a great weekend and your week is off to a great start. As part of my Keep, Cancel or Convert? series, I like to evaluate and reevaluate credit cards to make sure they still deserve a spot in my wallet. In today’s post, I will review my American Express Platinum Delta SkyMiles Credit Card, which I wrote about last year in My July App-O-Rama Credit Card Results (Spoiler: 4 out of 5 Approved). I signed up for this credit card when there was a limited time sign up bonus of 70,000 Delta SkyMiles after spending $3,000 in 3 months. After completing the minimum spending requirement and receiving the sign up bonus, I didn’t put any more spend on this credit card. When the $250 annual fee posted to my account, I called American Express to see if they could waive the annual fee. Here are the results of my retention call.
Good evening everyone. Earlier this week, I reviewed my Wells Fargo credit card statements and spotted some changes to the terms. I wrote about those changes here: Changes to Wells Fargo Credit Card Go Far Rewards Terms (eGC, Forfeiture at Death, Misuse / Gaming & ATM Limits). For today’s post, I reviewed my recent American Express statements and compiled all the changes I saw on my cards. Nothing super interesting stood out to me, but I did see mentions of Ameriprise, third party purchases, paying in foreign currency, cash advances, and a few other things. Here is my attempt to provide some insight about these changes. Just a heads up that American Express likes to repeat the same information in different places. This first section covers Ameriprise cards, earning points with third party purchases, and the arbitration process.