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New apartment accepts Visa/Mastercard payments with no charge.

dxkj

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What is the best reward Visa/Mastercard out there? This will be $9700 a year.
 

Joemonkey

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probably a yahoo visa with the best rewards... pick what you use most, cash back, gas back, miles, etc.
 

dxkj

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Originally posted by: Skoorb
nice
Yeah, thats what I said when I saw that. Best price in the area on apartments, large kitchen and Bathroom + all utilities besides electric included. Going to save $120 a month just on all that.
 

RossMAN

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Very nice that you can pay rent with a cc, I wish I could do that.

You can either get cash back rewards 1% or points or airline miles which would you most likely use?
 

Yossarian

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wow they must already be overcharging you quite a bit if they don't mind the credit card fees ;)
 

dxkj

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Originally posted by: Yossarian
wow they must already be overcharging you quite a bit if they don't mind the credit card fees ;)
/shrug. Best deal in this area, all utilities included. We are saving $120 a month switching to this place
 

dxkj

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Originally posted by: RossMAN
Very nice that you can pay rent with a cc, I wish I could do that.

You can either get cash back rewards 1% or points or airline miles which would you most likely use?
Unless the airline miles were worth like 2 to 1 of the cash back, we would probably just use cashback. Plus most of the airline cards we've found have an annual fee.
 

Lore

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I use a Citibank Platinum Select Dividends Mastercard. 1% back on all purchases, no "tiered" earnings like many Discover cards.
 

RossMAN

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Originally posted by: dxkj
Originally posted by: RossMAN
Very nice that you can pay rent with a cc, I wish I could do that.

You can either get cash back rewards 1% or points or airline miles which would you most likely use?
Unless the airline miles were worth like 2 to 1 of the cash back, we would probably just use cashback. Plus most of the airline cards we've found have an annual fee.
Yep, that's the downfall to most credit cards which earn airline miles rewards.
 

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