Posted by William Charles on April 29, 2019
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Published on April 29th, 2019 | by William Charles

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Best Posts Last Week: New 5/24 Bypass Method, Best Brokerage Bonuses & More

Last week we saw a new way to bypass the 5/24 rule with the introduction of black star just for you business offers, this is similar to the just for you offers we’ve seen previously but for business instead of personal cards. We also updated our page on the hidden benefits of the American Express Platinum card and also updated our page on 0% APR and no balance transfer fee cards.

Last week was somewhat slow for bank account bonuses, but we did compile a list of churnable bank bonuses. In addition a number of useful state specific bonuses were added, a full list of those can be viewed below. For those interested in high yield checking accounts TAB Bank is offering 4% APY on balances up to $50,000. We also created a page for the best brokerage bonuses.

Chase is offering the first ever Chase transfer bonus, offering an extra 30% when transferring to British Airways Avios. We have two exclusive bonuses for doctor of credit readers, with Twine Savings/Investing app offering a $20 bonus and Metal Pay offering a $10 bonus. Some people are also being offered 150 stars when you load $20 or more to Starbucks via Chase Pay.

As always a lot of the good deals have already expired, make sure to either follow us on Twitter, get instant notifications or get daily e-mail updates so you don’t miss any deals. If we missed any deals or you have an idea for a post, please let us know (will@doctorofcredit.com or chuck@doctorofcredit.com). 

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Jan B
Jan B

I was working on paying for a WN ticket when the credit card payment marketing box pushing one of the Chase RR cards came up with a great promo (points and statement credit). I went to one of the services (like Credit Sesame, but it wasn’t that one) to check opening dates on the list of open and closed CC accounts w/in two years. I counted “5” .

Question: does it make a difference when the marketing box springs up during a ticket purchase? Just askin”. Thanks for helpful replies.

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