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  • Barclaycard Arrival: $400 Travel Bonus!

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    Sign up right now for the Barclaycard Arrival(TM) World MasterCard and you'll get 40,000 bonus miles when you spend $3,000 in the first 90 days. This gets you $400 to use towards any travel expenses! You'll also earn 2x miles on all purchases, and get 10% of your miles back when you redeem them for travel. The means you'll not only get the 40,000 miles, but also 6,000 miles for making your $3000 purchase, and another 4,600 back when you redeem them, making this one of the best bonus mileage offers we've seen. You'll also get $0 APR for the first 12 months, and there's an $89 annual fee but it's waived the first year. Click here for more details.

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  • Discover It Card: 0% APR for 14 months

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    Sign up for the Discover It Card via this link and you'll get an intro 0% APR for 14 months on both purchases and balance transfers. You'll also get 5% cash back on the first $1500 of purchases in rotating categories, like department stores and restaurants (through June you'll get it at home improvement stores, furniture stores and Bed Bath & Beyond) with free and easy signup, plus 1% back on everything else. You'll also get a free FICO score on your monthly statement. There's no overlimit fee, and paying late won't raise your APR (regular APR is 10.99% - 22.99% variable). Plus, there's no annual fee.

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  • 2 Boxes of Checks $9 Shipped

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    Get two boxes of checks, regularly $27.90-$36.90, for $5.05 when you add offer code DB4381 and check out as a new customer at 4checks.com . Plus, you'll get free USPS Bulk shipping (select this option from the drop down menu at checkout). A handling fee adds $3.90, but this still brings your total to only $8.95 which is around 50% off the price banks charge for 1 box of checks. Note that on the last page of checkout, you need to deselect "EZShield Check Fraud Protection Program" otherwise it adds $4.90 (you will need to do this twice). You can also get duplicate checks for $1 more. Sales tax is not charged in most states. (Instructions »)

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  • American Express Blue Cash: $100 Bonus

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    Get 100 Rewards Dollars after you make $1000 in purchases in the first 3 months with the Blue Cash Preferred Card from American Express, which gets you a $100 statement credit back towards your account. Plus, get one year of Amazon Prime when you sign up for a new membership and meet the spending requirements in that time period. On top of that, you'll earn 6% cash back on the first $6,000 you spend at U.S. supermarkets each year (most cards only offer this as a rotating category), 3% back at U.S. gas stations and select U.S. department stores, and 1% on all other eligible purchases. There is also 0% APR for the first 15 months (after that, APR is a variable 12.99%-21.99%). The annual fee is $75 but there's no annual fee for additional cards. Terms and limitations apply.

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  • Checks Unlimited: 75% Off Checks + FS!

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    Take 75% Off your check order at Checks Unlimited with coupon code TGY7, plus, standard shipping is free! Please note that this code may not work for returning customers. These pictured Trademarked Looney Tunes Checks, for example, drop from $21.99 to $5.50. That beats our previous post by 5% as the best discount we've ever seen on these checks. The best price we could find on a basic box of checks elsewhere was $5.99 without the graphics. They are available in eight different styles. The code is good for up to four boxes per order. There is no sales tax. (Instructions »)

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  • American Express Blue Cash: $50 Bonus

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    Get 50 Rewards Dollars after you make $1000 in purchases in the first 3 months with the Blue Cash Everyday Card from American Express, which gets you a $50 statement credit back towards your account. Plus, get one year of Amazon Prime when you sign up for a new membership and meet the spending requirements in that time period. On top of that, you'll earn 3% cash back on the first $6,000 you spend at U.S. supermarkets each year (most cards only offer this as a rotating category), 2% back at U.S. gas stations and select U.S. department stores, and 1% on all other eligible purchases. There is also no annual fee, and 0% APR for the first 15 months (after that, APR is a variable 12.99%-21.99%). Terms and limitations apply.

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  • 40,000 Pts with American Express Platinum

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    Earn 40,000 points after you spend $3,000 on purchases in your first 3 months after approval for The Platinum Card from American Express. You can also receive up to $200 a year in statement credits for airline incidental fees like checked bags fees, flight-change fees, and snacks (you need to enroll and select a qualifying airline). Plus, there's no foreign transaction fees on purchases made with your Platinum Card. There is a $450 annual fee. Terms and Conditions apply.

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  • 2 Free Flights with US Airways Mastercard

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    Sign up for the US Airways Premier World Mastercard and get up to 40,000 bonus miles, enough for 2 roundtrip flights. You'll get 30,000 miles after your first purchase, plus up 1 mile per dollar on balance transfers within 90 days, up to 10,000 miles. The card also gets you a 5,000 mile discount when booking a flight, which drops a roundtrip domestic flight to as low as 20,000 miles. Other perks including a free checked bag, Zone 2 priority boarding on every flight, 2 companion tickets each year, and first class check-in service. The card will earn you 2 miles per dollar on US Airways purchases, and 1 mile on everything else. It also offers 0% APR on purchase and balance transfers for 12 months. Plus, spend $25,000 in a year and you will earn 10,000 elite qualifying miles. There is an $89 annual fee. Bottom-line: the bonus, booking discount, perks and elite miles make this one of the best airline cards.

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  • 50,000 UR Points with Chase Ink Plus!

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    Sign up for the Chase Ink Plus Visa Card via this link and you'll get 50,000 Ultimate Rewards points after spending $5,000 within three months of account opening. That's $500 back or up to $625 toward travel booked via Chase (they also can be transferred 1:1 at partners like United and Hyatt). Plus, you'll earn 5x points per $1 on the first $50,000 spent annually on office supply stores, and on phone, internet and cable TV services. You'll also earn 2x points per $1 on the first $50,000 spent annually at gas stations and hotel stays (booked directly through the hotel). Spend the $5k at office supply stores, phone, internet and cable TV and you'll have a total of 75,000 UR points! There's no foreign transaction fees and a $0 Intro Annual Fee for the first year, then it's $95. Note: Ink is a business card that can be used by individuals if you sell things on eBay or conduct other for-profit activity. Simply select "sole proprietor" for "type of business" and enter your name as the legal name and social security number as the Tax ID number.

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  • American Expresss Starwood: 25K Pt Bonus

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    Earn up to 25,000 Starpoints after approval for the Starwood Preferred Guest Credit Card from American Express. After you use it just once, you'll earn 10,000 Starpoints, and after spending $5,000 in the next 6 months, you'll get another 15,000 points. Plus, you'll earn 1 point per $1 spent, so you'll actually have 30,000 total in your account! Starpoints can be very valuable and are worth much more than $0.01 each. They can be attractively redeemed at Starwood family hotels (Westin, Sheraton, St. Regis, etc.) and can be easily transferred at a 1.25:1 ratio to most major airlines (ie: 20,000 Starpoints = 25,000 American Airlines miles). This card has also won SmarterTravel's Award for "Best Travel Rewards Card" in the past. Plus, there's a $0 intro annual fee for the first year (then it's $65). The APR is a variable 15.24%-19.24%. Terms and limitations apply.

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  • 35k Miles with Miles & More MasterCard

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    Sign up for the Lufthansa Premier Miles & More World MasterCard and get 20,000 award miles after your first purchase. Then, earn up to 15,000 miles when you get 1 point per dollar on balance transfers in the first 30 days. Miles can be used towards Lufthansa flights as well as Star Alliance partners, like United and US Airways (a domestic roundtrip flight starts at only 25,000 miles). You'll also earn 2x points on airline partner purchases, and 1x points on all other purchases. Better yet, you'll get a complimentary companion ticket after your first purchase and every year on your cardholder anniversary. There's a $79 annual fee, but you'll get 0% APR for 12 months.

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  • Frontier Airlines Mastercard: 50K Miles!

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    Earn 50,000 bonus miles when you sign up for the new Frontier Airlines World MasterCard. You'll earn 40,000 miles when you spend $500 in the first 90 days, and up to 10,000 miles on balance transfers (1 mile per $1) in the first 90 days. This means you can get 50,000 miles by only spending $500, one of the lowest spending thresholds we've seen for 50k miles! Better yet, domestic round-trip tickets start at only 20,000 miles. You'll also earn 2x miles on Frontier Airlines purchase and 1 mile per dollar on everything else. There's a $69 annual fee.

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  • Jansport Sinder 15 Backpack $10 Shipped

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    This Jansport Sinder 15 Backpack drops from $30 to $9.99 at Urban Outfitters. That's the best price by $13 we could find for this drawstring-top daypack, which features adjustable, breathable shoulder straps, a top carry handle, and a hip belt. It measures 15" H x 12.75" W x 6" D and comes in Black/White (pictured) and Blue/Red colorways. Shipping is free when you activate a free Urban On Insider account, saving you the regular $10 shipping fee. Sakes tax is charged in most states. (Instructions »)

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  • $250 w/ SimplyCash from American Express

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    As a limited time offer, get a $250 statement credit back when you sign up for the SimplyCash Business Card from American Express and spend $3000 on qualifying purchases in the first 3 months of card membership. Plus, you'll get 0% APR on purchases for 9 months. You'll also get 5% back at U.S. office supply stores and on wireless phone services purchased directly through U.S. service providers, plus 3% back on the category of your choice (you'll get the 5% and 3% on up to $25000 in purchases per year, after that it's 1%). Note that to be eligible for this offer, you must be approved by 4/28/14. There's also no annual membership fee. Terms and limitations apply.

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  • Hawaiian Airlines Mastercard: 35K Miles

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    Get 35,000 bonus miles when you sign up for the Hawaiian Airlines World Elite Mastercard and spend $1,000 in the first 90 days. You'll earn 2x miles on direct purchases with Hawaiian Airlines and 1 mile per dollar on all other purchases. Plus, you'll receive a one-time 50% off a companion discount on roundtrip travel between Hawaii and North America! Other perks include a free 1st checked bag, a $5,000 mile bonus with a $10,000 annual spend, and no foreign transaction fees. The annual fee is $89.

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  • Travelocity AmEx Card: 10K Bonus Points

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    Sign up for the Travelocity Rewards American Express Card and get 5,000 bonus points after your first purchase. Plus, you'll get another 5,000 points when you $1,000 in the first 90 days. Better yet, you'll get 3x points on Travelocity purchases, 1 point per dollar on everything else, and there's no annual fee. The points can be redeemed for statement credit on Travelocity flights, hotels and vacation packages. There are also no blackout dates or point restrictions.

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  • U.S Bank Platinum Visa: 0% APR 15 Months

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    Sign up for the U.S. Bank Platinum Visa and get 0% APR on all purchases and balance transfers for your first 15 billing cycles. Plus, there's no annual fee. This means you can transfer your balance from a higher-interest card to this one, and you'll have over a year with a 0% interest rate. After that there is a 3% balance transfer fee, and after the 15 months, your APR will be a 9.99% - 23.99% variable. See more details here.

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  • 50,000 UR Points with Chase Ink Bold

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    Sign up for the Chase Ink Bold Visa Card via this link and you'll get 50,000 Ultimate Rewards points after spending $5,000 within three months of account opening. That's $500 back or $625 toward travel booked via Chase (they also can be transferred 1:1 at partners like United and Hyatt). Plus, you'll earn 5x points per $1 on the first $50,000 spent annually on office supply stores, and on phone, internet and cable TV services. You'll also earn 2x points per $1 on the first $50,000 spent annually at gas stations and hotel stays (booked directly through the hotel). There are no interest charges either, since you pay your balance in full each month. Spend the $5k at office supply stores, phone, internet and cable TV and you'll have a total of 75,000 UR points! There's no foreign transaction fees and a $0 Intro Annual Fee for the first year, then it's $95.Note: Ink is a business card that can be used by individuals, like sole proprietors, which you are if you merely sell things on eBay, or members of an LLC. Simply select "sole proprietor" for "type of business" and then enter your name as the legal name and social security number as the Tax ID number.

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  • American Express Premier Rewards: 25K Pts

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    Earn 25,000 Membership Rewards points after you spend $2,000 on purchases in your first 3 months of card membership when you're approved for the American Express Premier Rewards Gold Card. Plus, you'll get 3x points on flights booked on airlines, 2x points on U.S. gas stations and supermarkets, and 1 point per dollar on everything else. Membership Rewards points are renowned for their flexibility. You can transfer them to travel rewards programs including Delta, Jet Blue, Virgin, Qantas, British Airways, Hilton and Hyatt, often with transfer bonuses (they've offered an extra 25% on Starwood and Hilton transfers before). Plus, there is no annual fee for the first year (after that, it's $175). It also comes with AmEx benefits like extended warranty and return protection. Terms and limitations apply.

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  • TD Ameritrade: 60 Days Free Trades + $600

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    TD Ameritrade offers 60 day of free trades when you open a new account with $2,000 or more. This includes 500 commission-free internet equity trades for60 days, including stocks and options orders. Plus, they give a cash bonus that escalates with your initial deposit, climbing all the way up to $600. The account is free, and after the initial trial period, trades are $9.99 each.

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