BP Visa Credit Card: Potentially 5% Rebate on Nearly Anything for 90 Days

BP Visa Credit CardBP recently announced a few brand new credit cards, one of which may be quite attractive to some people. The new BP Visa® Credit Card, issued by new partner Synchrony Financial, offers a reward of 25 cents off per gallon for every $100 you spend everywhere Visa is accepted for the first 90 days, excluding non-BP gas stations. After 90 days, you’ll earn a discount of 25 cents per gallon for every $100 you spend at BP, 15 cents per gallon for every $100 you spend on eligible groceries, dining and travel, and 5 cents per gallon on everything else, excluding non-BP gas stations. There are a number of restrictions to note, however.
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Amex Offers: The Home Depot, Whole Foods Market, Hilton Garden Inn and More

Amex / Home Depot DealThis Monday brings a number of nice, new Amex Offers to the table. Just in time for Memorial Day sales, The Home Depot is offering $15 back when you spend at least $75 on your registered American Express card. You can also get $10 back your next purchase of at least $75 at Whole Foods, either in-store or online at WholeFoodsMarket.com. Other deals come from Hilton Garden Inn and the Wag.com family of brands, including diapers.com, soap.com, and yoyo.com, among others. For the details on these deals, read on.
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The Best Gas Credit Cards

Gas Credit CardsWith the typical American household buying 1,200 gallons of gas per year, if we assume the cost of gas is $2.50 per gallon–a reasonable estimate of the current national average–that means that the average American household spends about $3,000 per year on gas alone. Wouldn’t it be nice if we could get a discount on $3,000 of non-discretionary spending? In theory, it makes the idea of gas credit cards sound great.

Unfortunately, the reality is that most gas station branded credit cards have no signup bonuses, poor rewards and more restrictions, on top of having higher interest rates compared to more general purpose cash back cards. However, in this in-depth survey, we do find some good alternatives for those looking to save the most on their fuel expenses.
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Amex Offers: Get $10 Off $10 or $5 Off $5 at iTunes (YMMV)

iTunes DealA brand new Amex Offer popped up today and it is one that is sure to be quite popular among those who were targeted for it. Through August 31, 2015, select cardmembers can get a one-time $5 statement when they use their enrolled Amex to spend at least $5 on iTunes. There’s also reportedly another, more lucrative version of this promo, where cardmembers can receive a one-time $10 statement credit for spending at least $10 through iTunes.

Given that there are multiple versions of this offer floating around, and that last year’s iTunes Amex Offer never materialized on Twitter, this is not a deal that you should expect to be available on Twitter. Instead, you’ll need to check the other Amex channels — namely, your AmericanExpress.com online account, iPhone app, or on Facebook — to see if your card(s) are eligible.
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Amex Offers Roundup: The Container Store, Shari’s Berries and More

Shari's BerriesThe month of May has seen a slight uptick in the number of Amex Offers available. It started off with the $20 off $20 SamsClub.com deal and has since added offers from merchants such as The Container Store and just in time for Mother’s Day, Shari’s Berries online–including sister stores ProFlowers.com, ProPlants.com, FloristExpress.com, and CherryMoonFarms.com. There was also an offer from Sports Authority, but that deal reached its max number of enrollees in just a few days. For a list of still available Amex Offers, read on.
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American Express Launches Plenti, a New Multi-Merchant Loyalty Program

Plenti Loyalty CardToday, American Express rolled out a brand new loyalty program, one that isn’t tied to a single company or credit card issuer, called Plenti. Using Plenti, shoppers can earn reward points through a variety of purchases, from shopping at Macy’s to filling up their gas tank at Exxon. Those reward points can then be used for discounts at a participating partner. For example, points earned by spending at AT&T or Hulu could be used to get a discount on gas at Exxon. Membership in the loyalty program is free and is open to anyone 13 years or older who resides in the US or its territories. American Express cardmembership is not required, as you can earn points on eligible purchases at participating merchants, regardless of your payment method.
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Amex Offers: Get $20 Back After Spending $20 at SamsClub.com

SamsClub.com - Get $20 Back After Spending $20Here’s a brand new Amex Offer that is sure to be quite popular — once you register your eligible American Express card for this promo, you can earn a one-time $20 statement credit after you spend $20 or more online at SamsClub.com by September 30, 2015. Enrollment is limited and restrictions apply.

Note that if you aren’t already a Sam’s Club member, there’s currently an excellent Groupon deal on membership valid through May 4, 2015. Alternatively, non-members can still get a one-day pass to shop at Sam’s Club. As a non-member, you will be assessed a 10% service fee, however. (Not applicable in California, South Carolina, or Elmsford, NY.)
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