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Rewards Overview

Updated 2/25/16

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Rewards Overview

"Before I get into rewards programs, let me say this: Just like with car insurance, you can get great deals on your credit when you’re a responsible customer.  In fact, there are lots of tips for people who have very good credit.  If you fall in this category, you should call your credit cards and lenders once per year to ask them what advantages you’re eligible for.  Often, they can waive fees, extend credit, and give you private promotions that others don’t have access to.  Call them up and use this line: 'Hi there. I just checked my credit and noticed that I have a 750 credit score, which is pretty good. I’ve been a customer of yours for the last four years, so I’m wondering what special promotions and offers you have for me... I’m thinking of fee waivers and special offers that you use for customer retention.' Credit cards also offer rewards programs that give you cash back, airline tickets, and other benefits, but most people don’t take advantage of all the free stuff they can get. For example, when I had to fly to a wedding in an obscure town in Wisconsin, I redeemed my credit card’s travel reward to save more than $600 on the flight." - Ramit Sethi, I Will Teach You To Be Rich

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