Good afternoon everyone, greetings from Macedonia! I’ve been traveling around Eastern Europe this week, but I noticed that the Chase Southwest Airlines credit cards have changed their sign up bonuses and some cards are now offering the Southwest Airlines Companion Pass. Even though the Southwest Airlines Companion Pass is awesome, I want to talk about the Chase Southwest Airlines Priority Credit Card. My girlfriend recently converted her Chase Southwest Airlines Plus Credit Card to the Chase Southwest Airlines Priority Credit Card, and part of the card benefits is a $75 annual travel credit. Much like the airline reimbursements on the American Express Hilton Aspire Credit Card and the American Express Platinum Charge Cards, I assumed airline gift cards would trigger the $75 statement credit, but I had to find out for myself.
Good morning everyone, I hope you had a great weekend. I meant to publish this post a few weeks ago, but better late than never. Chase has started to roll out more and more Chase Offers (similar to AMEX Offers) on several Chase credit cards. In this post, I will show you how long it took for a Lowe’s Chase Offer to post to my account. The Lowe’s Chase Offer provided 10% cash back on the first $120 spent, for a maximum of $12 cash back. I added the Lowe’s Chase Offer to my Chase Sapphire Reserve Credit Card on December 9, 2018. That same day, I went to Lowe’s and spent $96.60 (combination of a Christmas tree, stand, and some gift cards). After the Lowe’s purchase posted to my credit card, the Lowe’s Chase Offer showed up under my Redeemed tab of Chase Offers. The terms state that the statement credit should post within 7-14 business days, so let’s see how long it really took.
Good morning everyone, happy New Year’s Eve! What a crazy year it has been. Based on Google Analytics numbers, here are the top 10 blog posts written in 2018 and the top 10 blog posts of the year (written before 2018). If you have a favorite post of the year that is not listed, please let me know in the comments. Without further ado, here is the first top 10 list:
I’m surprised my Zelle / Venmo PSA post was so popular, but I’m glad that the word got out. It’s important to know what kind of scams exist and how to avoid them. Learn from these mistakes to keep your money safe.
I got a gift from Roy! Strange but true, my friend Roy knows I am a Roy’s Restaurant fan so he gets a kick out of buying me a holiday gift card from Roy’s each year. He signs the card “from your two favorite Roys”! Wonderful to have friends named Roy :) This year my friend Roy got lucky!
Updated 5:20pm PT on 12/9: I received the $5 Starbucks email from ParkMobile on December 7, which was 7-8 days after completing the promo requirements.
Updated 7pm PT on 12/4: I just received an email from ParkMobile stating that I completed the ParkMobile / MasterCard promo and that I will receive an email in 3 business days with a $5 Starbucks gift card. Scroll down to see the email.
Good afternoon everyone. ParkMobile is an app (iOS or Google) to pay for parking and it is very popular in the San Francisco Bay Area. A few days ago, I received an email from ParkMobile with details of a promotion they are running with MasterCard. If you add a new MasterCard credit card to your ParkMobile account, you will get a $5 Starbucks gift card (I’m not sure if it is a physical gift card or an eGC) after you pay for a parking session. The details of the promo do not specify the minimum parking price to qualifying for the $5 Starbucks gift card.