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Mos_Chillin

Dividend Time Again!

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I don't know why they sent me a dividend voucher this year, since the amount was $0.00

 

yellaf.gif

 

Do you still save 20% on the purchase of any full-price item you apply that to?

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You should look into their credit card. $350 in free gear this year is pretty sweet considering I only spent about $75 on non-sale items this year. Althought the places where you could use in on Waldron are probably somewhat limited. I am sure that you get to Orcas every once in a while though.

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Hmmm... I wonder if I can pay my mortgage payment with it. That would definetely increase the dividend.

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Hmmm... I wonder if I can pay my mortgage payment with it. That would definetely increase the dividend.

Dunno about mortgage, but some places allow you to pay rent with a cc. Add in phone, internet, car, insurance, etc. and you can get some serious reward benefits from a credit card... airlines can provide good value for the $

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We've got a great Citi dividend card. 5% back at grocery stores, gas stations, and drug stores, $350 maximum dividend per year. As soon as you accumulate over $50, you just ask them to send you a check. Handy online payments, too.

 

Fuck, I sound like a shill for CitiBank, but it is a good card. yellaf.gif

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We've got a great Citi dividend card. 5% back at grocery stores, gas stations, and drug stores, $350 maximum dividend per year. As soon as you accumulate over $50, you just ask them to send you a check. Handy online payments, too.

 

Yup. Beats the crap out of an REI card.

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it's free gear? Uh, yeah...... yelrotflmao.gif

With no annual fee and not paying any interest it is free gear for me. Somebody pays for it, but not me.

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Advanced psychological studies say:

 

If you got a dividend from REI you have either latent or overt homosexual tendencies. wave.gif

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$2.28. Even though I go to REI quite a bit, and I don't have any big "I hate REI" agenda, I seem to spend more $ in small local shops because they more often seem to have what I'm looking for.

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it's free gear? Uh, yeah...... yelrotflmao.gif

With no annual fee and not paying any interest it is free gear for me. Somebody pays for it, but not me.

Hardly free. Wait a few months and you can have that in cash and do with it whatever you want - save it, spend it as you please. You can redeem it now for gear, but you are essentially using a coupon that would be good for cash in a few months. The REI cash-back deal is just a rebate that you can't cash in right away. They make you wait just long enough that you will dump it right back onto them. I have the REI card and ALWAYS wait for the cash. Citibank sounds like a better deal, though, so I may switch.

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ok... If you all got yours... where the hell is mine?... I'm waiting and waiting.. should I start making phone calls?

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I wonder how many of you with the REI card talking about all the great dividends don't pay off your balance every month. yellaf.gif

Who's smileysex5.gif who?

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