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Doubled cash back reward

March 15th, 2007 at 11:59 am

Changed my electric and cable bill to Citi Dividend card to get the 2% cash back reward. Previously had both billed on another card and was only getting 1 %. So I was getting approximately $48 back a year, now I will be getting back $96 back. Not a lot but the way I see it it's free money. Need to check with the utility company and see if they will let me pay by credit and get the 2 % from that too.
Bummer, though with Citibank they cancelled the 5% back on gas, groceries, and drug store. (I just got this notice)
But, we have another card that is still doing it until July of this year. So, I will be using that card for those purchases. It's not a cash back card but the 5% gets added up for a year and than sent to our mortgage company.
I went through all our rewards cards and made an updated list of which cards to use where to get the most cash back.

6 Responses to “Doubled cash back reward”

  1. PRICEPLUS Says:

    Way to go with the cash back. Intelligent use of credit is puting money in your savings! Way to go!WinkSmile

  2. rduell Says:

    Thanks! I've been meaning to do this for a while. After reading this I went to the websites and have all but my gas bill being charged to my Chase Freedom card now. I have to call the gas company in order to do that one.

  3. rduell Says:

    Agh!!! The gas company doesn't take credit cards. Oh well, I tried!

  4. Joan.of.the.Arch Says:

    Thanks for the reminder. I need to check with utility companies again to see if I can pay by credit. So far have not been able to.

  5. YOUCANDOIT Says:

    My utility company does not take credit cards. Bummer.

  6. cashback Says:

    my gas company don't take credit cards as well Frown.

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