UNLIMITED FREEBIES FROM AMEX: Thanks to VerbalK on FWF for noticing that a certain Amex promotion is not one-time only:
Get a $5 statement credit each time you use your enrolled Card to make a single qualifying purchase of $25 or more at the pump at any BP station by 12/31/2013.
Offer details are here. This one is unusual because most of these Amex offers are one-shot deals. As reported in this post, the @AskAmex Twitter id has confirmed that multiple redemptions are okay for this promotion. So, get out there and start filling up your tank in increments of $25!
ANOTHER SEARS PROMOTION: I’m starting to suspect Sears’ managers–under pressure from incompetent CEO Eddie Lampert–are making a desperate and ultimately counterproductive attempt to meet their numbers with giveaways, so by all means get in on the action before the inevitable bankruptcy. You may recall the 10% credit card rewards deal from last week, and now, courtesy of Flyertalk, there’s this:
10% back on credit cards, 10% back on gift cards, Plink, portals… Sears really wants you to like them, folks.
FREE $10 GC AT MACY’S: UPDATE–the app seems to have been taken down, hopefully it’s only temporary. This was posted on Huaren.us:
You can score a FREE $10 Macy’s Gift Card! It may take a little bit of work but it’s well worth it!
Here’s how to score:
- Download the FREE Macy’s Star Gifts App on iTunes or Google Play
- Open the app after downloading it.
- Then, go to Macy’s Best Brands Catalog (using your computer) you will then need to point your smart phone towards the second page (titled “Macy’s Start Gifs App.”) of the catalog until a red gift box.Then tap the box and a :53 second video of celeb Clinton Kelly should start playing
- After you watch the video, you will then be able to click “Get your $10 Digital Gift Code Now”.
$5 OFF AT KROGER WHEN YOU BUY VISA GIFT CARDS: From the Poor Student Blog via Flyertalk: A couple people have reported that if you buy two $500 Visa gift cards at Kroger, you’ll get a coupon for $5 off your next shopping trip at Kroger. It’s not huge, but it’s nice to take a bite out of the activation fees.