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Anything decent to use my Citi Easy Deal points on?

bambi212 8 10 December 21, 2013 at 05:15 PM
I've had this citibank card for years and accumulated 5K+ easy deal points (I think i let over 10K expire because I've never found any use for it). Anyone find a way to use it on something meaningful or game the system?

There's a daily deal where i can use like 5 points to get a $5 starbucks card but they are ALWAYS sold out like they have 10 available or something.

I love the card, super low APR and all but my points are just going to waste.

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I've had this citibank card for years and accumulated 5K+ easy deal points (I think i let over 10K expire because I've never found any use for it). Anyone find a way to use it on something meaningful or game the system?

There's a daily deal where i can use like 5 points to get a $5 starbucks card but they are ALWAYS sold out like they have 10 available or something.

I love the card, super low APR and all but my points are just going to waste.
just as an aside, you mention APR. your points are worthless if you carry a balance and pay finance charges. better to use a rewards earning debit card.

as for the points, can you use easy deal points as thank you points?

Lastly, if you are using a program that you do not have a use for the points, you are using the wrong program.

can you get a fidelity amex?
https://www.fidelity.com/cash-man...ress-cards
2% CB on anything. open a free smartcash account. deposit your rewards into that account, electronic transfer to your bank account. great card Smilie
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Why dont you buy some merchandise? They have very nice stuff from Michael Kors for almost nothing.
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