Friday - Apr 10, 2020

News You can use: Staples Credit Card, Chase coupon for $200, British Airways devaluation and 25% transfer bonus to Etihad Guest

Staples Personal More Account

Staples is offering Staples Personal More Account . Through June 30,2015 you can get $50 statement credit when you $150 or more within 45 days of account opening when you apply in store.

This credit card is offered by Citi bank and would require a hard inquiry on your credit report. This card can only be used in Staples. I personally would not recommend getting this card, unless you shop regularly at Staples and spend big dollars.


Staples More Account may not be right for everyone

Staples More Account may not be right for everyone


$200 bonus for opening a new Chase Savings account

Chase is sending targeted offer to its checking account customers with a $200 bonus, when you open a Chase Savings account and deposit $15,000 or more in new money within 10 business days. (You can withdraw the money as soon as the bonus is deposited)

You will receive a 1099-INT from Chase and if you cancel the account in 6 months, the bonus will be deducted.


Deposit $15,000 or more in 10 days and get $200 bonus

Deposit $15,000 or more in 10 days and get $200 bonus


British Airways Executive Club Devaluation:

We have 4 more days before BA Avios changes its redemption structure. There is no change to the Economy redemptions, but if you are planning to redeem for a premium cabin award, you should book them before April 28, 2015.



25% Bonus Etihad guest miles

Through May 15, 2015, you can get 25% bonus when you transfer Citi ThankYou points to Etihad Guest program. Note that you should have ThankYou Premier or ThankYou prestige card to be able to transfer ThankYou points.

This bonus is offered by Etihad Guest program, and you can redeem Etihad Guest miles for travel with Jet Airways in India



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