AmEx is running a crazy promo right now for all who’s interested! I’m still rockin’ my USAA Rewards card but I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t tempted ;)
Change can be good, right? Like, say, if someone gives you $250 in gift cards or a FREE PLANE TICKET?! haha…check it:
American Express(R) Premier Rewards Gold Card
- For a limited time – earn 25,000 Membership Rewards bonus points when you spend $1,000 in 3 months, redeemable toward one domestic coach-class ticket. Offer expires 04/27/2010.
- Earn Membership Rewards points up to three times as fast: You can earn 3X points on airfare, 2X points on gas and groceries, and 1X points on everything else
- Earn 15,000 bonus points when you spend $30,000 per calendar year. (are you big ballin’?)
- No annual fee for your first year, a savings of $175
If you’re wondering how I came up with the $250 in gift cards, it’s another option you have in exchange for your 25,000 reward points – instead of the ticket :) But as always, ONLY SIGN UP if you are a) looking for a card, and b) can use these to your advantage! You’ve only got 5 days to do it.
If you’re interested, *
sign up here*
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