Amazing rebates with MasterCard Easy Savings program

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It’s amazing how sometimes we overlook some card benefits that have been there all along and are extremely lucrative. I already love both the Ink Bold® Business Charge Card and Ink Plus® Business Credit Card, which offer sign-up bonuses of 50,000 Ultimate Rewards points after spending $5,000 within three months. In addition to that, the cards have no foreign transaction fees and earn 5x points on the first $50,000 spent annually at office supply stores, and on cellular phone, landline, internet, and cable TV services, and 2x points on the first $50,000 spent annually at gas stations and on hotels.

Anyway, they’re both MasterCards — hands down the most lucrative business MasterCards out there — and I hadn’t realized that MasterCard actually has a special savings program for those with one of their small business cards.

In addition to the points you usually earn on the card, you earn cash back with the following retailers:

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Those are some really awesome bonuses — 5% cash back at Avis and Budget, 5% cash back at FTD (in addition to all the miles you usually earn by going through an airline portal), 1% cash back on gas at over 19,000 gas stations in the US, etc.

Anyway, to “opt in” to these savings you have to register your card.

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(Tip of the hat to Gary)

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Comments

  1. for some reason it won’t let me submit. keeps removing my CVC and changing expiration month. I’ve quadruple checked the numbers.

  2. I’m having similar issues. I fill in all the info properly then it blanks out my CVC & the check boxes but doesn’t give me an error message.

  3. @thomas and @Lea, I faced the same problem when I was using Chrome. I used Firefox to sign up and there wasn’t any problem. Hope this helps!

  4. I can’t register my card using either my iPhone or iPad because I don’t have adobe flash player and it says my device wont support it when I try and get it. Anyone able to register via iPhone or iPad?

  5. Be careful to check car insurance terms since they’re different on business cards, if that’s something that’s a part of your decision.

  6. @Joel, I had just the opposite experience. Couldn’t get it to work with Firefox but switched to IE and it worked fine. Go figure!

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