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02 Apr

A few months ago I received an offer for 200 points (i.e.

worth of gift certificates) per purchase on the card, capped at 5,000 points. A couple of days ago I received an offer for when swiping my card anywhere outside of the Gap brands stores.

My final point: Synchrony’s marketing varies strongly from card to card.

The Gap brands cards, for example, seem to get a lot of good marketing offers, while I’ve received no offers whatsoever on my Dillard’s Amex since the first month. 5% back for in-store purchases at Gap brands stores, 1% elsewhere. I got it after reading the write-up by Miles Abound wherein he details the ridiculously generous promotions offered for this card.

If your local Toys R Us has Kindle or Ebay gift cards on its gift rack, it could conceivably be a good card for you.

This card is interesting in that it offers unlimited 3.75% cash back for the first 90 days. This is one I’m curious about because of what looks to be a respectable rewards program. There’s a five cent per gallon discount on gas purchased at Walmart… Ten cents per gallon discount if you spend 0 per billing cycle; or a twenty-cent discount if you spend

If your local Toys R Us has Kindle or Ebay gift cards on its gift rack, it could conceivably be a good card for you.

This card is interesting in that it offers unlimited 3.75% cash back for the first 90 days. This is one I’m curious about because of what looks to be a respectable rewards program. There’s a five cent per gallon discount on gas purchased at Walmart… Ten cents per gallon discount if you spend $300 per billing cycle; or a twenty-cent discount if you spend $1,000 per billing cycle.

(Edit: I ended up getting this card after all.) With Dick’s rewards program and no credit card, you get 3% back on your in-store purchases. I can’t imagine somebody would want to understate their rewards, but that’s what the math is telling me. The maximum gas discount per calender year is $300, while giving up $1,000 per month on a 2% cashback card would cost $240. Stein Mart recently renewed its agreement with Synchrony, so it looks like this one will be around for a while.

One virtue of this card is that it’s a fee-free Amex.

You can see more info and a full review of the Dillard’s Amex card here. Not a whole lot of promotions on this one (though I have had a few recently–see here, here, and here), certainly nothing like the Banana Republic card.

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If your local Toys R Us has Kindle or Ebay gift cards on its gift rack, it could conceivably be a good card for you.This card is interesting in that it offers unlimited 3.75% cash back for the first 90 days. This is one I’m curious about because of what looks to be a respectable rewards program. There’s a five cent per gallon discount on gas purchased at Walmart… Ten cents per gallon discount if you spend $300 per billing cycle; or a twenty-cent discount if you spend $1,000 per billing cycle.(Edit: I ended up getting this card after all.) With Dick’s rewards program and no credit card, you get 3% back on your in-store purchases. I can’t imagine somebody would want to understate their rewards, but that’s what the math is telling me. The maximum gas discount per calender year is $300, while giving up $1,000 per month on a 2% cashback card would cost $240. Stein Mart recently renewed its agreement with Synchrony, so it looks like this one will be around for a while.One virtue of this card is that it’s a fee-free Amex.You can see more info and a full review of the Dillard’s Amex card here. Not a whole lot of promotions on this one (though I have had a few recently–see here, here, and here), certainly nothing like the Banana Republic card.

,000 per billing cycle.

(Edit: I ended up getting this card after all.) With Dick’s rewards program and no credit card, you get 3% back on your in-store purchases. I can’t imagine somebody would want to understate their rewards, but that’s what the math is telling me. The maximum gas discount per calender year is 0, while giving up

If your local Toys R Us has Kindle or Ebay gift cards on its gift rack, it could conceivably be a good card for you.

This card is interesting in that it offers unlimited 3.75% cash back for the first 90 days. This is one I’m curious about because of what looks to be a respectable rewards program. There’s a five cent per gallon discount on gas purchased at Walmart… Ten cents per gallon discount if you spend $300 per billing cycle; or a twenty-cent discount if you spend $1,000 per billing cycle.

(Edit: I ended up getting this card after all.) With Dick’s rewards program and no credit card, you get 3% back on your in-store purchases. I can’t imagine somebody would want to understate their rewards, but that’s what the math is telling me. The maximum gas discount per calender year is $300, while giving up $1,000 per month on a 2% cashback card would cost $240. Stein Mart recently renewed its agreement with Synchrony, so it looks like this one will be around for a while.

One virtue of this card is that it’s a fee-free Amex.

You can see more info and a full review of the Dillard’s Amex card here. Not a whole lot of promotions on this one (though I have had a few recently–see here, here, and here), certainly nothing like the Banana Republic card.

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If your local Toys R Us has Kindle or Ebay gift cards on its gift rack, it could conceivably be a good card for you.This card is interesting in that it offers unlimited 3.75% cash back for the first 90 days. This is one I’m curious about because of what looks to be a respectable rewards program. There’s a five cent per gallon discount on gas purchased at Walmart… Ten cents per gallon discount if you spend $300 per billing cycle; or a twenty-cent discount if you spend $1,000 per billing cycle.(Edit: I ended up getting this card after all.) With Dick’s rewards program and no credit card, you get 3% back on your in-store purchases. I can’t imagine somebody would want to understate their rewards, but that’s what the math is telling me. The maximum gas discount per calender year is $300, while giving up $1,000 per month on a 2% cashback card would cost $240. Stein Mart recently renewed its agreement with Synchrony, so it looks like this one will be around for a while.One virtue of this card is that it’s a fee-free Amex.You can see more info and a full review of the Dillard’s Amex card here. Not a whole lot of promotions on this one (though I have had a few recently–see here, here, and here), certainly nothing like the Banana Republic card.

,000 per month on a 2% cashback card would cost 0. Stein Mart recently renewed its agreement with Synchrony, so it looks like this one will be around for a while.

One virtue of this card is that it’s a fee-free Amex.

You can see more info and a full review of the Dillard’s Amex card here. Not a whole lot of promotions on this one (though I have had a few recently–see here, here, and here), certainly nothing like the Banana Republic card.