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In the miles and points hobby, great deals don’t last forever. Via Doctor of Credit, RadPad will no longer allow folks to pay rent using a credit card and Android Pay without a fee. Instead, there will be a 2.99% fee.
And thank you to the many readers who wrote to let me know about this change!
The promotion was originally scheduled to last through the end of 2016. But RadPad announced the overwhelming response to the offer caused them to end it immediately.
This news is certainly disappointing!
What’s the Story?
Folks who signed up and qualified for the RadPad promotion prior to August 24, 2016, can still pay rent with a credit card and Android Pay without a fee as long as the rent is charged on or before August 31, 2016. There will be a 2.99% fee for all rent payments after August.
Remember, RadPad confirms your rent details before they mail a check to your landlord. So you won’t be able to pay multiple months rent before the promotion ends.
The RadPad promotion had promise to be an excellent and fee-free way to meet minimum spending requirements.
And with Chase credit cards coming to Android Pay on September 7, 2016, folks were looking forward to using their new Chase Sapphire Reserve card on RadPad to meet the $4,000 minimum spending requirement.
Remember, you can also make rent payments with Plastiq. They only charge a 2.5% fee with a Visa, MasterCard, or AMEX card, which is lower than RadPad’s 2.99% fee. You can also pay other bills, like utilities, mortgages, and student loans.
And, I’ve put together a list of 40+ ways to meet minimum spending requirements! So hopefully you’ll find an alternative!
Were you able to take advantage of the RadPad promotion?