Posted by William Charles on October 7, 2019
Sunday Roundup

Published on October 7th, 2019 | by William Charles

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Best Posts Last Week: $500 Savings Bonus, 75,000 AA Bonus & More

We’ve updated our credit card bonus page to include the best offers for October. This includes the newly increased Delta offers (these cards are also getting revamped), Barclays Business Aviator bonus of 75,000 miles and American Express Amazon Business $225 offers were also included. Q4 5% rotating categories are now live as well. For those in NY & CT ridgewood savings bank is offering a $500 bonus.

Simple Finance is offering a $500 savings bonus that is available nationwide. Chase is offering a $300 business checking bonus and a $600 personal checking/savings bonus. Citi is offering a bonus of up to $700. Discover has a checking bonus of $210 and PNC has a personal bonus for up to $300 available nationwide and a business bonus of $200/$400 for those in AL, DC, DE, FL, GA, IL, IN, KY, MD, MI, MO, NC, NJ, NY, OH, PA, SC, VA, WI and WV.

American Express is offering 35% back at office supply stores ($40 maximum) and a $25 bonus for those spending $100+ on Staples (and these deals can be stacked). Starbucks has another new Bingo game where you can get some free stars. eBay is offering some customers a $10 coupon when they list and sell $30+ in items. Amazon is offering some customers a Fire Stick 4K for $24.99. Chase is offering up to 30% back at Lowe’s with a $39 maximum.

Last week we saw a number of different brokerages move to commission free trading with Charles Schwab leading the charge followed by TD Ameritrade, E*Trade & Ally.

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Superman
Superman

https://www.cnbc.com/2019/09/26/interactive-brokers-unveils-service-offering-commission-free-trades.html
“The announcement pressured shares of rival retail brokerage firms TD Ameritrade, Charles Schwab and E-Trade Financial.”
https://www.fool.com/investing/2019/10/01/interactive-brokers-introduces-free-stock-trading.aspx
“Incidentally, a few days after IBKR’s announcement, national broker Charles Schwab (NYSE:SCHW) followed suit”.

MoreSun
MoreSun

IB introduced a new trading platform with 0 commissions to compete with babies like Robinhood, annoying but IB is like that and the general public isn’t really interested in that Broker anyway so everyone went back to their party the next day. Schwab went zero commission on their current trading platform and the party turned into a down 25% in one day puke fest. Schwab gets the credit here because IB didn’t go commission free on their normal trading platform.

Rishabh
Rishabh

Ibotta hello fresh daily deal? Is that a moneymaker?

MoreSun
MoreSun

Haven’t heard anything from Fidelity on going commission free. I’m thinking announcement on Wed. Anyone else wanna play? At stake is internet egg on your face!

MoreSun
MoreSun

I don’t like this reporting outfit but they inquired with Fidelity about going commission free on 10/2 and Fidelity just wanted to talk about how they have the best rates on their cash sweep funds. https://www.businessinsider.com/e-trade-eliminating-fees-following-charles-schwab-td-ameritrade-2019-10?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

Interesting how they open 10k accounts per day. That’s a stat I’d love to track once the next batch of ad wars kicks off.

Vanson
Vanson

My money is on no announcement (i.e. BAU). Same goes for Merrill Edge/Lynch.

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