Good news to report! Rent payments on RadPad still earn 1% cash back when you pay using the PayPal Business Debit MasterCard!
Folks expressed concern they’d no longer earn cash back from RadPad because of an email update PayPal sent about which types of purchases count.
But it’s still working as an easy way to get free money each month when you pay your rent!
Sit Back and Watch the Cash Back Roll In! You Can Still Earn 1% Back on Your Rent Payments With RadPad
I’ll help you make the most of this service. And show you how to use RadPad to earn miles & points!
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Looking to get out of the cold? You can get discount award flights to warmer destinations in the US and Canada on American Airlines.
With American Airlines reduced mileage awards, you’ll save up to 7,500 miles on round-trip coach tickets to certain cities!
Dreaming of Warmer Weather? There Are at Least 6 Beach Cities on the New American Airlines Reduced Mileage Awards List!
I’ll explain how this deal works!
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Million Mile Secrets reader, Allizon, tweeted:
If you meet the minimum spending requirements for Chase Sapphire Preferred card in the 1st month, will you get the 50,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards point bonus in the 2nd month?
Thanks for your question, Allizon!
Many folks are signing-up for the Chase Sapphire Preferred because the sign-up bonus has increased to 50,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points when you spend $4,000 on purchases within the 3 months of opening your account.
It’s the highest sign-up bonus I’ve ever seen for this card!
But how long will it take to get the bonus points in your account?
Wondering If the Sign-Bonus Will Hit Your Account With Enough Time to Book an Upcoming Getaway?
I’ll explain how long it typically takes for the sign-up bonus from the Chase Sapphire Preferred and other popular cards to post to your account!
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Million Mile Secrets reader, Joey, commented:
I took a last minute flight to Reno from Phoenix to ski some fresh snow. I redeemed 4,500 British Airways Avios points for an award flight instead of paying $350 each way.
However, I was expecting to get a free checked bag on American Airlines because I have the Barclaycard Aviator MasterCard and the CitiBusiness AAdvantage Platinum Select card.
Do you know if the free checked bag benefit applies on American Airlines flights booked with British Airways Avios points? Or am I booking it wrong? Any help on getting the free bag on American Airlines would be appreciated.
Thanks for the question, Joey!
It’s Not Fun to Think You’ll Get a Free Checked Bag Only to Pay for It Once You Get to the Airport! I’ll Explain How to Make Sure You Get the Perk!
To get your 1st bag checked free, make sure you add your American Airlines frequent flyer number to your reservation at least 7 days before you depart.
I’ll give you tips on how to make the most of this benefit!
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When you sign-up for the Citi Expedia+ Voyager card, you’ll earn 20,000 Expedia points after spending $2,000 on purchases in the 1st 3 months of account opening.
And you’ll get a $100 statement credit for an eligible Expedia purchase of $100+ in the 1st 3 months, too.
You’ll Earn a $100 Expedia Statement Credit in Addition to 20,000 Expedia Points When You Sign-Up for the Citi Expedia+ Voyager Card. But Should You?
Let’s take a look at the new offer. I’ll help you decide if it’s right for you!
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1. Earn Double JetBlue Points Through February 29, 2016
Via Point Me to the Plane, you can earn 2X JetBlue base points on tickets purchased by January 31, 2016, for travel through February 29, 2016. But you must register for the promotion before you book your ticket.
Normally, you’ll earn 3 JetBlue base points (not including bonus points for booking online or purchasing premium fares) per $1 you spend on JetBlue tickets. With this deal, you’ll earn 6 JetBlue base points per $1.
Read my post about why it sometimes makes sense to pay an upgraded fare on JetBlue!
Double Your Points When You Book Paid JetBlue Tickets by January 31, 2016 for Travel Through February 2016
Only JetBlue flights are eligible for the double points.
I prefer Southwest, but I have friends who are loyal JetBlue fliers because they like the free in-flight entertainment, Wi-Fi, and legroom. If you don’t collect JetBlue points, remember you can credit your JetBlue flights to Singapore Airlines instead.
2. Frontier Adds 42 New Routes
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There’s now a cheaper (and super convenient!) way to meet minimum spending requirements by paying your rent!
Via Doctor of Credit, you’ll soon only pay a 1.99% fee when you pay your rent through RadPad with a MasterCard.
RadPad is an online service that allows you to pay your rent with a credit card (for a fee) or debit card. And now they’ve lowered the fee for MasterCard payments!
Meet Minimum Spending Requirements Without Leaving the House! Use Your MasterCard to Pay Rent With RadPad for a Reduced Fee
This could be a good deal for folks looking for easy ways to meet the minimum spending requirement on a new MasterCard. Or to earn miles & points on a bill you’d pay anyway.