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Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Free Money from American Express & Costco

free money: $25 statement credit from American Express and CostcoYes, that's right: American Express and Costco have decided to give you $25 for free. So, what's the catch you ask? Here it is: all you have to do is signup for the True EarningsĀ® Card from Costco and American Express and, once your account is established, you will get a statement credit of $25 after you make your first purchase.

This is a pretty exciting offer, especially considering that this credit card is already one of the best rewards cards we've ever encountered. Here are some other great benefits:

  • Earn cash back virtually everywhere you go - 3% for gasoline, 3% for restaurants, 2% for travel, 1% everywhere else, including Costco

  • No Annual Fee with your paid Costco Membership

  • The TrueEarnings Card serves as both your American Express Credit Card and your Costco Membership Card

  • No Limit on the Cash Back earned

This card is tied with the Discover Open Road card as the best consumer gas rewards credit card.

This offer special statement credit offer won't last forever, so if you are planning on getting this card, try not to procrastinate.

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Anonymous blackMARKER1 said...

This is definitely a huge plus to an already superb card. I'm going to go ahead and forward this to one of my colleagues, who is looking into their card, as it seems the offer is still available.

Sunday, August 08, 2010 7:01:00 PM  

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