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Get Cash Back For Things You're Already Buying With Dosh Get Cash Back For Things You're Already Buying With Dosh

At some point in my transition from being a free-spirited 20 something to an old lady, I because obsessed with cash back opportunities. I’m definitely not as into it as some people, but if there’s a punch card or point system I can use for a retailer that ends in me getting a discount or something free in the end, you…

Use Chargebacks Like an Insurance Policy for Internet Shopping Use Chargebacks Like an Insurance Policy for Internet Shopping

So you order something from eBay. Or Alibaba. Or some sketchy website you’ve never heard of, because it has the exact sneakers you want when nowhere else does. You know that’s probably a sign it’s too good to be true… but you really want the sneakers, so you foolishly type in your Visa number anyway.

How to Book 'Secret' Flights with Your Chase Ultimate Rewards Points How to Book 'Secret' Flights with Your Chase Ultimate Rewards Points

Many people like the Chase Sapphire Preferred and Chase Sapphire Reserve credit cards for earning travel rewards, myself included. You can use the points you accumulate to purchase plane tickets through a ton of different airlines, but some of them won’t show up on their site. In those situations, here’s what you do.

Get Free Airport Lounge Access With These Credit Cards Get Free Airport Lounge Access With These Credit Cards

Free booze! And snacks! So many outlets! It’s not a stretch to say the Chase Sapphire Reserve has ruined me.

Here's What to Expect from Uber's New Credit Card  Here's What to Expect from Uber's New Credit Card 

Rewards enthusiasts, we know you love your Chase Sapphire credit card. We also know you love hopping on new cards with excellent perks, and now that Uber has jumped into the credit card world, you’re probably wondering if they’re worth your time (and the hard pull on your credit report).

Debitize Connects Your Credit Card to Your Bank Account So You Can Earn Rewards Responsibly Debitize Connects Your Credit Card to Your Bank Account So You Can Earn Rewards Responsibly

There are benefits to using your credit card over a debit card, but budgeting with a credit card can be trouble. One splurge or miscalculation and you could end up revolving your debt—not a smart move. Debitize, available for Web/ioS, lets you earn rewards without that risk.

Amazon Will Now Give You 2% Cash Back for Paying With Your Debit Card Amazon Will Now Give You 2% Cash Back for Paying With Your Debit Card

Amazon wants to reward you for buying stuff from them, but there’s a catch: you have to use your debit card and transfer cash into an Amazon account. It’s not that complicated, but here’s what you should know about the new Amazon Reload program.

Should You Pay Your Taxes with a Rewards Credit Card? Should You Pay Your Taxes with a Rewards Credit Card?

If you owe the IRS money in April, you’re probably not in a hurry to do your taxes. And if you owe a lot, you might even contemplate paying your tax bill with a credit card to earn some sweet rewards. Not so fast, here are a few things to consider first.

The Starwood Preferred Guest Card Just Increased Their Sign-Up Bonus The Starwood Preferred Guest Card Just Increased Their Sign-Up Bonus

AmEx’s Starwood credit card is popular among the travel hacking crowd. If you’ve been thinking about signing up, they just increased their bonus to 35,000 points for new members through April 5th.

Find the Right Travel Hacking Credit Card With This Search Tool Find the Right Travel Hacking Credit Card With This Search Tool

Play the game right, and you can use credit cards to score free travel. This is commonly called travel hacking, and if you have no idea where to start, the Earth Awaits has a new tool that can help.

Chase Is About to Slash the Sign Up Bonus on Its Sapphire Reserve Card Chase Is About to Slash the Sign Up Bonus on Its Sapphire Reserve Card

The travel hacking world went nuts when Chase released its Sapphire Reserve card which, among other useful travel perks, came with a huge sign-up bonus of 100,000. If you’ve thought about jumping on the bandwagon, you may want to jump soon, because the bonus is about to get cut in half.

Beware the 5/24 Rule If You’re a Credit Card Churner Beware the 5/24 Rule If You’re a Credit Card Churner

Chase recently debuted a new rewards card that travel rewards hackers have been drooling over. It offers awesome rewards, but unfortunately, it may not be available to consumers with even excellent credit, thanks to something called the “5/24 Rule.”

How Costco’s New Anywhere Visa Stacks Up to Other Rewards Cards How Costco’s New Anywhere Visa Stacks Up to Other Rewards Cards

Earlier this summer, Costco switched to Visa from American Express, meaning they now only accept Visa in their stores. Naturally, they also released a new Visa rewards card. Here’s a quick rundown of the perks so you can decide if it’s worth signing up.

Find the Best Place to Buy School Supplies, Based on Your Credit Card Rewards Find the Best Place to Buy School Supplies, Based on Your Credit Card Rewards

It’s time to stock up on school supplies, and you might as well get rewarded for your spending. Rewards management site Birch has released a free tool to help maximize your back to school rewards.

A Rule of Thumb to Estimate the Value of Your Travel Rewards Miles A Rule of Thumb to Estimate the Value of Your Travel Rewards Miles

Reward miles are a little misleading. They aren’t always based on how many miles you fly, and the rewards don’t actually equate to miles, either. There are tools to help you compare flight prices in terms of miles, but this rule of thumb works well for estimating.

The Amazon Rewards for Your Chase Card Are About to Get Worse The Amazon Rewards for Your Chase Card Are About to Get Worse

The Chase Ultimate Rewards is one of the most popular credit cards for earning points on your purchases. Unfortunately, though, Chase will reduce the redemption value for Amazon purchases in September.

Birch Is Like a Budgeting App for Your Credit Card Rewards Birch Is Like a Budgeting App for Your Credit Card Rewards

If you’re a fan of using credit cards to earn travel rewards and cash back, you might be juggling a few different cards. Birch Finance is a free web app that keeps track of your cards and spending in one place and helps optimize your rewards.

Activate Your Credit Card’s “Rotating Rewards” to Get Even More Cash Back Activate Your Credit Card’s “Rotating Rewards” to Get Even More Cash Back

When you use them responsibly, credit cards are awesome for earning cash back or travel rewards. During certain months, issuers offer bonuses for spending in certain categories, too. As NerdWallet points out, though, you have to activate these “rotating rewards” in order to cash in.

The Best Time of Year to Sign Up for a Rewards Credit Card The Best Time of Year to Sign Up for a Rewards Credit Card

Credit cards use rewards to lure customers, but play the game right, and you can come out ahead. Most issuers offer awesome sign-up bonuses during certain times of the year. A new study from NerdWallet reveals the best months to sign up for different rewards credit cards based on these offers.

If Your New Credit Card Now Has a Better Bonus, Ask for an Adjustment If Your New Credit Card Now Has a Better Bonus, Ask for an Adjustment

If you’re into the credit card rewards game, you know that sign-up bonuses can really pay off. Many credit card issuers give you free cash back just for opening a card and using it. But let’s say you get the bonus, and shortly after, you notice the issuer is offering an even better bonus. Try asking for an adjustment.

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