Easy $10 for Some Bank of America Cardholders

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Easy $10 for Some Bank of America Cardholders

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Update:   This offer has been extended to January 8, 2015!

Via Milesquest, you can get a $10 prepaid Visa card when you sign-up for Visa Checkout IF you are a Bank of America credit or debit card holder by December 4, 2014.  January 8, 2015.

But only 1st-time Visa Checkout accounts qualify.   So if you’ve already created a Visa Checkout account, you can NOT get the $10 prepaid Visa card.

$10 Prepaid Visa Card When You Sign-Up for Visa Check-Out

Link:   $10 Prepaid Visa Card When You Sign-Up for Visa Checkout

If you have a Bank of America debit or credit card, you can get a $10 prepaid Visa card when you sign-up for Visa Checkout for the 1st time by December 4, 2014 January 8, 2015.

You have to add at least 1 Bank of America debit or credit card like the Alaska Airlines card or the Virgin Atlantic card when you set-up your account.

The $10 prepaid Visa card will be sent 60 days after opening your Visa Checkout account.

Offer is limited to one $10 prepaid Visa card per person.

Note:  You may be issued a 1099 form in which case the federal government will be made aware of your $10 windfall.  Usually the limit for filing a 1099 form is ~$600.  But you should always pay your taxes regardless!

Bottom Line

If you’re a Bank of America debit or credit card holder, you can get a $10 prepaid Visa card when you sign-up for Visa Checkout by December 4, 2014 January 8, 2015.

You have to add at least 1 Bank of America debit or credit card, like the Alaska Airlines or Virgin Atlantic card when you set-up your account.

Offer is limited to one $10 prepaid Visa card per person.

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Is a BofA ATM card considered as as a debit card for this promo ?

@RAUL — I’m flying from Portland OR. I knew I was being a bit optimistic 🙂

@JASMINE – where are you flying from ? I have a trip for Maui in April. I am using the Chase British Airways for the flight. Three months might not be long enough to earn miles and book flight though.

This doesn’t have to do with this promotion (even though I did enroll :)) But I was hoping to get miles advice for getting a cheaper flight for my bf and I for Hawaii. Its in 3 months and I’m trying to get a card to help with costs. I considered the Alaska Air and the Barclays Hawaii card. What do you think?