Monday, October 10, 2016

Canceled Verizon Switched To Walmart Family Mobile

So i switched my phone provider a few months back and i have been saving over $50 a month.

This plan has 3 phones unlimited everything. Yes i do have 1GB of 4G data per phone but after the data is used up i have unlimited 2G. But even with my old carrier i never have gone over 1GB of data a month especially since most of the time i am on WiFi.


The total bill after all taxes and fees is $92.50 a month for 3 cell phones. Try to beat that even with 2 cells phones on another carrier and you will have trouble. Best part is there is no contracts but you do have to buy or bring your own phone.

I have a Samsung Galaxy Core i purchased for under $100

Keep in mind the network you will be on is T-mobile but just at a higher discount in price then if you bought your plan at the T-Mobile store instead of Walmart.




Saturday, October 1, 2016

Chase Reserve 300 Credit

So i paid for some travel on my new card and i got the $300 statement credit right after the transaction cleared. This alone almost pays the $450 annual fee for the card!!!


Chase Reserve Credit Card

New card came in the mail this week I will do a full review next month. I need to spend $4000 within the next 3 months to qualify for the 100,000 points.

Meet Spending Bonus Requirements

So you sign up for a new card and you have to spend $1000 within 3 months of the card open date. Why spend $1000 on something you have no use for to gain a $150 sign up bonus.

A trick i have learned is to pay your utility company a one time payment using your credit card you need to make the $1000 spend requirement on. So you would charge $1000 on you electric company bill they should only charge you around $3-4 for this one time transaction.

Now you have met the spending limit and you get the $150 signup bonus. You also get points/cash back for the charge of $1000. Then in turn you can just run a credit on your electric bill and not have a bill for the summer.

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