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Have some unusual medical bills coming up that will require spending upwards of $1k (possibly $2k or more) in a relatively short period of time. Figured it might be time to look at a new card with a signup bonus to try and get the most out of that. If the card also is able to fill a hole in my current cards in terms of rewards longer term, that would be great too.
Current cards, for reference: Chase Freedom Amex Blue Cash Preferred Penfed Amex Travel Penfed Platinum Rewards
I just got my new NBA Amex (no annual fee). I pay my annual auto and home insurance every June, so 5% Cash Back. I am also going to prepay some utility bills for about half year. Do the same thing again next year NBA all-star weekend. I may also stock some Costco gift card which is never on sale. What else should I buy during these two weeks (NBA Finals)?
minggang said: I just got my new NBA Amex (no annual fee). I pay my annual auto and home insurance every June, so 5% Cash Back. I am also going to prepay some utility bills for about half year. Do the same thing again next year NBA all-star weekend. I may also stock some Costco gift card which is never on sale. What else should I buy during these two weeks (NBA Finals)?
Edit: Don't forget $100 points with $500 purchase It may help to pay some other things ahead: health insurance, utilities, phone, internet, cable, any recurring bill that will allow you to pay ahead. They might even give you a discount for paying in advance -- and you don't have to pay up the credit card right away because you get 0% purchase APR for six months.
You could stock up on non-perishable groceries, too.
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