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$10 off Each Line or Account When Enrolling into Verizon Auto Pay with the Verizon Visa Card with Added Rewards

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Enrollment in Verizon's Auto Pay and paper-free billing is required for Verizon bill discount of up to $10/mo off each eligible account or line, up to 10 lines max on select plans. Visit Auto Pay FAQs for more info. Please note: Offer is for first-time enrollees. Verizon customers currently enrolled in Auto Pay and paper-free billing via other methods (e.g., ACH or debit card) will not receive additional Auto Pay discounts for re-enrolling using the card. See the Verizon Visa Credit Card Rewards Program Terms & Conditions for details on ways to lower your bill.

I personally already have been enrolled in Auto Pay, but for those of you that haven't it seems like this may be worth it. It also seems like the rewards are decent, with 4% on grocery store and gas purchases, 3% on dining purchases, including takeout, 2% on Verizon purchases, and 1% on anything else.

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What the whole $10 per account or per line thing? Which is it? That's the ambiguous part that gives me that uneasy feeling in my backside. I have four lines, do I get $40 or $10 per month?
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What the whole $10 per account or per line thing? Which is it? That's the ambiguous part that gives me that uneasy feeling in my backside. I have four lines, do I get $40 or $10 per month?
Website says each eligible account or line.
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What the whole $10 per account or per line thing? Which is it? That's the ambiguous part that gives me that uneasy feeling in my backside. I have four lines, do I get $40 or $10 per month?
Depends on your plan. #4 should answer your question. https://www.verizonwireless.com/support/auto-pay-faqs/?adobe_mc=MCMID%253D56839171847243341573468707... [verizonwireless.com]
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Website says each eligible account or line.
Ok, I have four lines on one account. So $10 or $40?
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Depends on your plan. #4 should answer your question. https://www.verizonwireless.com/support/auto-pay-faqs/?adobe_mc=MCMID%253D56839171847243341573468707... [verizonwireless.com]
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Doesn't autopay, with any form of pavement, give $10/month?

However, using their card you would essentially get $10 per line instead of the one $10 currently? It's confusing.
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Doesn't autopay, with any form of pavement, give $10/month?

However, using their card you would essentially get $10 per line instead of the one $10 currently? It's confusing.
Yeah, I just realized that now. Ill look into it more and maybe take it down if that's the case, since I think im getting the $10 each on my Start Unlimited plans already.
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This is hilarious, T-mobile is giving a FREE line to all its customers rn and big V's answer is forcing its customers into its branded Visa card? Dang
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When does this deal end?

This Verizon Visa Card gives the rewards in "Verizon Dollars", which can only be used toward products and services at Verizon.

When will Verizon actually have a good iPhone deal for new customers? Right now it is only Buy One Get $700 toward a 2nd iPhone with no trade-in. T-Mobile is offering up to $700 per iPhone 11 with trade-in. Neither deal looks that good.

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So, my two lines will get me an annual credit of $240/year?
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I work for Verizon. Before this credit card, you could save $10 per month per phone line on any of the new unlimited plans (Start, Do More, Play More, Get More) by signing up for autopay with a debit card or checking account. That still is valid. The Verizon credit card is the only way to get that discount with a credit card.
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Key distinction is that you have not taken advantage of their Autopay credit yet. If you are currently getting $10 off for Autopay or if you have ever received it, you do not qualify.

Getting $480 a year (4 lines) on a free credit card sounded very tempting compared to the current $120 I am getting, but it was too good to be true.

Also, they are giving you a $100 credit for signing up that will be spread over 24 months ... 4 dollars and some change every month Facepalm
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Key distinction is that you have not taken advantage of their Autopay credit yet. If you are currently getting $10 off for Autopay or if you have ever received it, you do not qualify.

Getting $480 a year (4 lines) on a free credit card sounded very tempting compared to the current $120 I am getting, but it was too good to be true.

Also, they are giving you a $100 credit for signing up that will be spread over 24 months ... 4 dollars and some change every month Facepalm
You'll simply continue receiving the same discount with the new card rather than doubling up the discount.

" Please note: Offer is for first-time enrollees. Verizon customers currently enrolled in Auto Pay and paper-free billing via other methods (e.g., ACH or debit card) will not receive additional discounts for re-enrolling using the card."
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You get $10 per line with autopay and online statement signup, regardless of what card you use. You do not need to have the Verizon card.
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