As promised in my last post, here is how I been spending and managing my Chase Freedom credit card. To begin with the first quarter of 2012 Chase 5% Cash Back consists of uses at the Gas Stations and Amazon.com. Win! Continue reading
Recently I decided to update my wardrobe by doing some online shopping. Instead of turning to popular online retailing sites, I visited sites like Jackthreads.com and PLNDR.com. Continue reading
Here in Riverside, there’s not many places to go as maybe the Los Angeles area, so I was surprised one day to see a Living Social deal for Lollicup Coffee & Tea in the University Village. Now usually, I don’t try to even get the deals on the site cause they’re usually still expensive, kinda far, and nothing I’m dying to have or do. Heard it once on Keeping Up with the Kardasians so I figured the site must be getting bigger. I thought maybe this would be the chance to try something like this out.
As a graduating senior I finally got approved for my first very own personal credit card, all thanks to Chase. I have had a credit card with Bank of America since my senior year of high school but it was under my parent’s credit. Since I am about to graduate in June I decided that it was time to beginning building my own credit score for future purposes. Continue reading
As a follow up to our last post we’re here to provide you with awesome ways to bypass those hefty gas charges. Continue reading
Ever wanted some extra money? Here’s a really simple tip. Continue reading
If you go to a University of California, chances are that there are restaurants and businesses that have promotions that you may not know about. Campus Cred is the solution. Continue reading