I am (usually) an Uber fan, but freebies are freebies. For a limited time, get extra bonus credits for referring friends to Lyft. Their offer is here. Make sure you look at participating cities. Have a great weekend!
As always, I appreciate you guys sending this stuff every day. Today’s deals…
- Thanks Ron for sharing the return of the 75,000-mile Virgin Atlantic card offer for big spenders. Yes, I call this offer 75,000 not 90,000.
- Thanks Stephanie for sending this 12,500-mile offer for switching energy companies. Limited states. Also, keep in mind Energy Plus isn’t rated too highly. Maybe a “get the bonus and switch back after month 2″ situation.
- That last one was for American miles. Thanks again Stephanie for also sending a 10,000-point Southwest offer here. No link in her email, but you can always try making a call.
Some more free AwardWallet codes for you quick clickers. Log into your account, click “Upgrade Using A Coupon,” and apply a code. This will upgrade your account for 6 months. Please only take 1 of these each. I’ll edit the post at some point in the day when they’re all gone. If you’re new, AwardWallet is a must for tracking all your accounts, balances, user names, passwords, and expiration dates.
Fidelity’s offers of up to 50,000-miles each were just extended again:
The basics are the same as they have been…
- The positive? You can get a big bonus (up to 50,000 miles) every 12 months.
- The negative? You need to keep those minimum amounts in your account for 9 months. Even if you have the cash, you’re tying up a lot of it.
You guys know Southwest Airlines has always been a favorite of mine. The Companion Pass is hard to beat. Blah, blah, blah.
Even I have a hard time ignoring their devaluations lately. So this is the reminder I promised a couple months ago. If you have flights to book with Southwest points, do it before Friday. Their vague, shady-sounding, small print wording kicks in on the 17th. Translation: Get in at the lower rate now. Friday is bad. The only question is how bad. As always, there’s no risk with Southwest bookings…you can always cancel later if needed. Sigh.