Easy $10 for Some Bank of America Cardholders

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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

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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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