Posted by William Charles on October 21, 2019
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Published on October 21st, 2019 | by William Charles


Best Posts Last Week: New Citi 50,000 Point Bonus, Chase $500 Business Checking & More

Last week we saw increased sign up bonuses on the Citi Expedia cards of up to 50,000 points, Wells Fargo Propel World is still offering 40,000 points and referrals on the increased American Express Delta cards are now available for business cards. Chase has also removed the annual fee on the IHG Rewards Club Traveler card. Southwest has unfortunately increased the points requirement for companion passes earned in 2020 to 125,000 points (previously 110,000 points), it should still be possible to get a bonus of 80,000 points on the Southwest Performance card.

It was a good week for nationwide checking & savings bonuses. Chase is offering $500 for new business customers, Capital One is offering a savings bonus of up to $1,000 & Varo Money has a $100 bonus. Andigo has a $500 checking bonus for those in IL and it might be possible to get an additional $50. FirstBank has extended the $300 bonus for those in CA, AZ & CO. Huntington has a $200 checking bonus for those in OH, MI, IN, PA, KY, WV & IL  and Bank of the West has a $250 checking bonus for anybody in AZ, CA, CO, ID, IA, KS, MN, MO, NE, NV, NM, ND, OK, OR, SD, UT, WA, WI, WY.

Some eBay customers are being offered $10 off $50 when they use an American Express card. AmEx has an offer for $60 back when you spend $300+ On Marriott, $40 back when you spend $350+ at office supply stores and a number of other very useful offers (full list below). Download the Subway app and get two coupons for $3 off. Swagbucks is offering up to $75 when you sign up for Blue Apron and there are some new UberEats promo codes.

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