What would you say if I told you that you could earn a five dollar Amazon credit without even getting out of your chair? You'd like to know how? Read on and I'll tell you exactly what you need to do to get your Amazon fiver (I'm just going to pretend that you didn't read the article's headline). Read More
Update: The promo has ended.
For a limited-time, Google is willing to pay people to invite their friends to use Wallet. The tech giant will provide you and the recipient with $5 in credit whenever a friend who doesn't already have a Google Wallet balance receives money from you. Any amount is fine, including as little as a penny. All that matters is that you both live in the US and that they don't already have an account.
Once they get set up and have verified their identify, you both will receive the money in your Wallet accounts within 3 business days. Read More
If there are two words that can quickly get people excited, it's "free money." And we just so happened to have some to give away, thanks to Venmo. Haven't heard of Venmo? Here's the skinny: it's a quick, easy, and efficient way to instantly send money to friends. Kind of like Paypal, but without the Paypal-ness of it all – it's all just very simple and straightforward.
The fees are also extremely reasonable: transferring money from your Venmo balance is free, as are payments funded by U.S. bank accounts and most debit cards. Only credit card transfers are subject to the standard 3% convenience fee. Read More
The title basically says it all: if you're thinking of switching to U.S. Cellular as your family's mobile provider, the company will give you a $300 Mastercard debit card. All you have to do is sign a new two-year agreement with the regional carrier for two or more lines of service, one of which must be a smartphone. Past that, it's a done deal. You get new phones and service, they give you $300.
Here's the best part: there's no minimum purchase price on the phones, and the deal is good on any data plan of $20 or higher. Naturally, the account must remain in good standing to receive the debit card. Read More