While the card comes with a pricey $400/ year annual fee, its offset by a $325 annual credit good on travel and dining purchases. The credit essentially makes the card $75 per year and well worth holding onto. Continue reading Earn An Easy 1,000 Points With The US Bank Altitude Reserve Card!
When I first got the US Bank Altitude Reserve card, I planned to cancel it after the first year.
With a $400 annual fee, it sounds like a pretty expensive card to keep. However, a $325 annual credit on travel expenses offsets the fee making more like a $75 per year card.
I like the perks that the card offers, especially earning 3X points on Mobile Wallet purchases so I’ve stuck with the card. Continue reading Earn Up to $90 In Statement Credits With US Bank Altitude Reserve Card
I tried and tried but came up empty-handed due to a few reasons. With a shade over 40,000 points in my account, the best way to use my points would be for a plane ticket costing up to $800. Another option was to find two tickets worth up to $400 tickets. Continue reading How I Turned My US Bank FlexPerks Points Into A $768.40 JetBlue Credit
I recently received an e-mail from US Bank about an offer where I could earn a free $25 Amazon.com gift card from their partner Viewpost.
Viewpost is a “secure online invoicing, payment and cash management services,” according to the message I received.
Here are some things which can be done with Viewpost: Continue reading US Bank Business Customers Can Get $25 Amazon GC for Free
I recently received a mailer from my US Bank FlexPerks credit card with a couple of offers to earn some easy, free points.
I know that I like free points and I’m sure that most, probably all of you do too so if you have the US Bank FlexPerks card you might as well earn some!
The offers include a way to earn 250 and 500 points. Continue reading Get Up To 750 US Bank FlexPerks Points EASILY
I recently wrote about a way to earn an EASY 500 Bonus US Bank FlexPerks points.
I enrolled my card to earn the free points since there was certainly nothing to lose!
My FlexPerks bill recently arrived and along with it was an insert for something called the Nucleus. I can’t say that I’ve heard of this device before nor am I interested in getting one.
However, I was interested in a way to get 300 FREE FlexPoints for watching a short video. Continue reading 300 US Bank FlexPerks Points for Watching a Video
US Bank FlexPerks points can be used for things like travel, merchandise and gift cards.
US Bank would also like for us to redeem awards from our mobile devices towards purchases instantly. If you’re willing to sign up for this option, they want to give you some free points! Continue reading EASY 500 Bonus US Bank FlexPerks Points
A couple of weeks back a new perk came out from US Bank where some FlexPerks cardholders could get 12 Free Gogo Inflight Wifi Sessions. When I saw that my account qualified, I decided to run a Gogo giveaway.
Since receiving the offer, I got lazy and held off on activating it. I then tried to do so a couple of days in a row only to receive error messages stating that my card wasn’t eligible!
This was pretty odd considering I received two e-mails from US Bank about the Gogo offer. Continue reading Why Can’t I Register for US Bank FlexPerks Gogo Benefit
A week back I wrote about possibly getting a Club Carlson credit card retention offer.
I had called about the card’s annual fee which the rep wasn’t able to waive. However, she told me that a request could be made to see if there were any offers available. I decided to pay the fee and see what offers might possibly come up.
However, I wasn’t confident that I’d actually hear back from a manager.
Last night after getting home from Travel Massive, I was surprised to have a message from a Club Carlson credit card rep. I was so surprised that it took a minute to remember why they’d possibly be calling me! Continue reading Club Carlson Credit Card Calls About Retention Offer
The Club Carlson credit card’s second night free benefit was one of the most generous perks out there we received for having a credit card. When the offer was coming to a close, it sure was a sad day.
When news came of Club Carlson’s second night free benefit ending, I redeemed 304,000+ points for future trips. Since then, many of us have received a small amount of points and a free night certificate to make up for the loss.
When the $75 annual fee came up for my Club Carlson personal card, I had an important decision to make- keep it or close it. Continue reading Club Carlson Credit Card Retention Offer? Possibly