So is this new Starbucks Rewards Visa Prepaid Card worth it? In short, maybe. If you're somehow not already a Starbucks Gold Cardholder but shop there with any frequency, getting automatic status is a great thing.
When I first came across the recently-launched site Squeeze, I was a bit skeptical. After all, comparing well-worn territories such as loans and auto insurance didn't seem that groundbreaking to me. However, upon further inspection, I found a set of features on Squeeze that could save you a significant amount of time.
Remember a few months ago when Equifax divulged that it had experienced a security breach, exposing millions of Americans' data? One of the most annoying parts about that whole ordeal was that those looking to take proactive measures such as freezing their credit were met with fees to do so. Now a new law passed by Congress and signed by the President is set to change that.
So if you like free money and take at least the occasional Uber ride (or place Uber Eats orders), I'd say it's definitely worth looking in their Visa Local Offers program and earning some credits of your own.
This week, the famed Swedish furniture manufacturer IKEA debuted their new IKEA Visa card offering. Unlike most store credit cards, IKEA's partnership with Visa means you are able to use this particular card anywhere, allowing you to earn more rewards.
According to Sears spokesperson, the way this new partnership will work is that customers can first select the tires they want from Amazon. Then, as part of the checkout process, users can choose to have the tires shipped to a nearby Sears Auto location and schedule an appointment.