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Nah, you folks are missing the point. The point is inflation. I just witnessed an auction for a $50 gift card to fanatics.com go for over 2,200 points or the equivalent of $220 in AARP gift cards! Until AARP members use common sense when bidding AARP...
Cosmos2011 08-21-2016 09:20 AM
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Just to give an example of the compounding effect without naming the merchant's name. I've a grocery store membership, as I'm sure most of you do. My store gives 10 cents off gasoline for every $100 purchased. It's not uncommon for my wife and I to r...
Cosmos2011 08-20-2016 09:14 AM
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My wife and I have only 2 credit cards. Both offer rewards. One offers 3% cash back on groceries and 2% cash back on department stores. The other offers 4% on gasoline, 3% on restaurants and travel, 2% at the co-branded (sponsoring) merchant store an...
Cosmos2011 08-20-2016 08:53 AM
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Nah, you folks are missing the point. The point is inflation. I just witnessed an auction for a $50 gift card to fanatics.com go for over 2,200 points or the equivalent of $220 in AARP gift cards! Until AARP members use common sense when bidding AARP...
Cosmos2011 08-21-2016 09:20 AM
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4052
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Just to give an example of the compounding effect without naming the merchant's name. I've a grocery store membership, as I'm sure most of you do. My store gives 10 cents off gasoline for every $100 purchased. It's not uncommon for my wife and I to r...
Cosmos2011 08-20-2016 09:14 AM
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My wife and I have only 2 credit cards. Both offer rewards. One offers 3% cash back on groceries and 2% cash back on department stores. The other offers 4% on gasoline, 3% on restaurants and travel, 2% at the co-branded (sponsoring) merchant store an...
Cosmos2011 08-20-2016 08:53 AM
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10
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8249
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Nah, you folks are missing the point. The point is inflation. I just witnessed an auction for a $50 gift card to fanatics.com go for over 2,200 points or the equivalent of $220 in AARP gift cards! Until AARP members use common sense when bidding AARP...
Cosmos2011 08-21-2016 09:20 AM
1
Reply
1
Kudo
4052
Views
Just to give an example of the compounding effect without naming the merchant's name. I've a grocery store membership, as I'm sure most of you do. My store gives 10 cents off gasoline for every $100 purchased. It's not uncommon for my wife and I to r...
Cosmos2011 08-20-2016 09:14 AM
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6
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8242
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My wife and I have only 2 credit cards. Both offer rewards. One offers 3% cash back on groceries and 2% cash back on department stores. The other offers 4% on gasoline, 3% on restaurants and travel, 2% at the co-branded (sponsoring) merchant store an...
Cosmos2011 08-20-2016 08:53 AM
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8249
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