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First Tennessee Credit Cards – 0% on Purchases and Balance Transfers for 12 Months with No BT Fees

January 25th, 2015

First TennesseeFor those who live in the southeast, First Tennessee has an attractive intro balance transfer offer available on both the First Tennessee Platinum Premier Visa and the First Tennessee Visa Classic credit card: For the first 12 months, you’ll get an intro 0% APR for 12 months on both balance transfers and purchases with no annual fee and no balance transfer fees.
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Visa Checkout Offers: Discounts from Newegg, BuyDig, Neiman Marcus

January 22nd, 2015

Visa Checkout DealsVisa Checkout, Visa’s virtual credit card service, is running a variety of very limited-time offers from merchants such as NewEgg, BuyDig and Neiman Marcus. Read on to get a quick overview of these promos.
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Amex Offers: Spend $250+ on Hilton Hotels, Get $50 Back

January 21st, 2015

Amex Offers: HiltonPlanning to travel in the near future? The latest Amex Offer could help out in that department. Through April 5, 2015, when you register your eligible American Express card and make a single purchase of at least $250 on all charges to your room, including your room rate, at a Hilton Hotel, you can earn a one-time $50 statement credit.
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Free Equifax FICO Score Now Live for Citi Cardholders

January 20th, 2015

CitiAs it earlier promised to do, Citi has now rolled out its free credit score program to cardmembers. Beginning this week, consumers with Citi-branded credit cards can log into their accounts online to view their free Experian credit scores. Unfortunately, consumers with Citi credit cards branded by other companies–such as Sears, Best Buy or Macy’s–are not part of the free credit score program.

Citi is both the largest and the latest credit card issuer to provide a free credit score to its customers, joining Discover, Barclaycard, FNBO, Sallie Mae and Pentagon Federal Credit Union.

For more ways to view your credit report and score for free, see this post.

Huntington Voice Credit Card: 3% Cash Back on Category of Your Choice

January 19th, 2015

Huntington Voice Credit CardThe Huntington Voice credit card, issued by Huntington Bank, isn’t the best cash back credit card on the market, but it’s still a nice card that deserves more attention. The Voice™ card earns 3 points per dollar spent on a single category that you choose, on up to $2,000 in spending per quarter and 1 point per dollar on all your other purchases, with no annual fee and no foreign transaction fees.
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Bank of America Preferred Rewards = Top Tier Credit Card Rewards for Customers with Deep BofA Ties

January 13th, 2015

Bank of America Preferred Rewards ProgramLast year, Bank of America introduced Preferred Rewards, a loyalty program that rewards clients for having an extensive relationship with Bank of America, Merrill Edge and Merrill Lynch. This week, it launched a national ad campaign to publicize the program. Why is this interesting to credit card consumers? Because with the bonuses you earn at the highest level, it’s possible to earn 2.625% cash back on general spending or 5.25% cash back on gas–numbers that eclipse the maximum possible on other cards.
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Getting Your Credit Report and Score for Free

January 2nd, 2015

Credit CheckThe dawning of the new year marks a popular time for people to make new resolutions. And one good financial resolution to make would be to check your credit report and score on a regular basis. These days, there are fewer excuses remaining to not be doing this. Not only are there reports of data breaches happening seemingly every month–the latest being from Chick-fil-A–but it’s now easier than ever for consumers to get a hold of their credit report and score for free.
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Visa Checkout: Get $50 Off Your Purchase of $100+ at Neiman Marcus Last Call

December 20th, 2014

Neiman Marcus Last Call Visa Checkout DealThrough December 21, 2014 at 11:59pm CT, you can get $50 off your purchase of at least $100 at Neiman Marcus Last Call ( when you pay with Visa Checkout. Your purchase must total $100 before sales tax and while it is valid with online sale offers, it cannot be combined with other coupons or single-item discounts. Limit of one discount per customer.
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Visa Checkout Offers Roundup: Gap, Tiger Direct and More

December 15th, 2014

Visa Checkout DealsVisa Checkout–Visa‘s virtual credit card service–has a batch of new offers currently ongoing. They include discounts from, Gap, Old Navy, Banana Republic and Tiger Direct. Here’s a quick rundown of them:
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US Airways Credit Cardholders: Get $25 for Receiving Online Statements

December 14th, 2014

BarclayCardFor a limited time, existing US Airways cardholders can make an easy $25. When cardholders elect to receive their statements electronically and then make any purchase by December 31, 2014, they’ll receive a $25 statement credit. Even if you already are enrolled in paperless statements, you can still take advantage of this offer. Simply temporarily change your settings to receive paper statements, then log out and log back in and you should see a pop-up to sign up for paperless statements to receive a $25 statement credit.
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