1. The Citi Shop Your Way Rewards Mastercard, the most unsung of all Unsung Hero credit cards, sent out a bunch of new targeted offers for online spend bonuses for spend through March 14. Offers reported:

    – $30 back on $500 or more (Me)
    – $50 back on $750 or more (Thanks to DC Domer)
    – $70 back on $1,000 or more (Thanks to Jacob)
    – 7,500 ThankYou Points on $750 or more (Thanks to Santosh)
    – 100,000 Shop Your Way points on $750 or more (Thanks to Brian)

    Yes, this stacks with all other purchases, and yes there are FinTechs that code as online purchases too. Ideally use one that also codes as gas or restaurants to stack with other ongoing promotions.
  2. American Express offers are appearing for $120-$150 back on round-trip Delta Air Lines flights for select city pairs:

    – $120 back on $600 or more from JFK or BOS to CDG, LHR, DUB, or TLV
    – $150 back on $500 or more from LAX or SEA to HNL, OGG, LIH, KOA

    With Delta a common trick is to book a non-basic economy fare and then cancel it for a travel credit more than 24 hours after booking. If you want to try your hand at other games, break the correlation. (Thanks to DoC)
  3. Axos Bank has a $250 bonus for a new self directed trading account. To qualify:

    – Deposit $2,000 or more
    – Maintain at least $2,000 balance for 90 days
    – Make at least two trades of $25 or more

    The bonus will post after 90 days. If you really want to play it safe on those trades buy $26 in VGSH and then sell it immediately for effectively a 12.5% return on $2,000 in 90 days.
  4. Singapore Airlines’ KrisFlyer program has 30% off awards for March travel in business, premium economy, and economy cabins between several city pairs. The interesting US options:

    – Premium economy for New York and San Francisco to Singapore
    – Economy for Los Angeles and New York to Singapore

    There are other city pairs outside of the US too, including some business class redemptions.

Happy Thursday!

Me looking walking to row 39 on my discount flight to Singapore: “I didn’t know business class went back this far…. I’ve made a huge mistake.”

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