And according to the exchange following this tweet, you might not even have to drive.
— Points with a Crew (@PointsWithACrew) October 8, 2014
According to Edmunds, the “program kicks off later this month at U.S. Cadillac dealerships”.
Why awesome? You will get $30 per card (3x$10) including Serve and BB(!!!), and authorized users are also eligible (on the cards issued by AMEX). With the number of AMEX accounts that I control< I could make $$$ with this deal; could because I won’t; will be in Panama on November 29th. Aghhhhh! Here are the T&C.
Registration starts on November 16th.
Free 1-Year Subscription to Wall Street Journal, Forbes, and More. Very easy (no survey or credit cards). HT to remick @Fatwallet.
Free magazines don’t usually excite me, but I don’t remember when was the last time when I saw a free WSJ subscription. I’m almost positive this is the legit site because I remember using it a few years ago (when I had more time to read magazines, LOL). In any case, since it doesn’t ask for your credit card number, I don’t think there is anything to be wary of. Just use a throw-away email address in case it gets spammy.
40% off Uber ride with AMEX
Uber (and especially UberX) is an awesome option for (usually) cheap rides. I don’t really care about a “riding experience” beyond safety concerns, so it’s UberX for me. And I’m using the word usually, because here in Brooklyn, nothing is cheaper than car service, not even UberX.
But for other areas of the country, UberX is often not only convenient and efficient, but also very cheap. If you have never applied for the Uber account, I would appreciate if you could do it via this link. You and I will get one free ride worth of $30. Oh, and this is my first commercial link ever (except my books, of course). Uber Free Ride (up to $30)
Anyway, to get 40% off you will need a little trick described by Frequent Miler in his excellent post. Note that some people can’t see the link to buy gift cards from their Uber accounts. That has not been the case for me or any AMEX accounts.
That’s all for now, folks.
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