So I am posting this to see if I can get this correct. If I book a Southwest Vacation through fatwallet, I would get 5% CB. Then if I charge that vacation to my Discover card I could get max $40 back (since over $800 limit, current promotion). Lets say vacation is $2400. There are also discount codes floating around that give 10% or $150 off.
I price out a vacation to $2450. Discount code takes it to $2300. FatWallet Cash Back gives me -$115. Discover card give me -$40 + (1500*1% = -$15). So my original vacation at $2450 is now $2130. Is this right?
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