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Another ridiculous credit card offer

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adam
adam
8 years 6 months ago

man, if that was root beer I’d be all over it (j/k)

Weefz
8 years 6 months ago

Man, that’s desperate. At least I got a bottle of Spanish Cava with mine.

Hazzard
8 years 6 months ago
That’s a .99 cent value. Are you kidding? I’d sign up for 10 cards!!! Anyone who signs up for a credit card based on a gift, should really evaluate their financial situation. I use one credit card from a credit union and that’s it. No gimmicks, no bonuses. They consider me a “deadbeat” because I pay it off every month too. I wish everyone would realize that they are buying everything for 18% more than cash purchasers do. (Or whatever interest rate they happen to be paying). Life is so much cheaper when you avoid finance charges.
Mrs. Micah
8 years 6 months ago

Whee! Free soda. Oh wait, I don’t like soda much.

Frugal Dad
8 years 6 months ago

That picture reminds me of the quote, “If you don’t stand for something, you’ll fall for anything.” Advertisers, especially credit cards, are great at catering to the impulsive side of most Americans. You’ll see more MBNA t-shirts around a college campus than shirts advertising the school the kids are attending. Sad.

rstlne
8 years 6 months ago

Man, I didn’t get anything when I applied for a credit card. I should’ve waited for a gift or bonus.

Laura
8 years 6 months ago

Wow, Wal-Mart knows how to grab people with a good deal. An income generating mechanism for them and all they had to pay was a 2 liter. I’ll be upset if I saw someone go for that deal.

Andre
8 years 6 months ago

Wow, I don’t think that would have even worked on me while I was in college…the Pepsi is probably old too

This Mom
8 years 6 months ago

Only Wal-mart could pull that off… a 99-cent bottle of soda in exchange for a 22% interest rate on a credit card. Are people actually falling for this?

JT
JT
8 years 6 months ago

Wow, its funny and sad at the same time…I guess there is a sucker born every minute

tomo
tomo
8 years 6 months ago

just fill out the info with the wrong info and wala, you got a free bottle of soda, lol

Steve W
Steve W
8 years 6 months ago
This reminded me of story from long ago. When I was first out of college, during a recession, I desperately took a job door-to-door selling German vacuum cleaners (vorwerk, I think they were called). For is for real! The man and woman sales managers were old D2D sales pros. To train us, they put us in a big van and we drove out to the country looking for small homes or mobile homes with giant satellite dishes (this was in the mid-80s). But first off, we stopped off at a grocery store and bought 2 dozen 2-liter bottles of Pepsi.… Read more »
vh
8 years 6 months ago

Wait, wait! There’s a use for this! I can use it to bribe my students to work! Yesh. I get the free soda (which being a twit, I would never buy on my own), and then I offer it up to our worthy university students to actually, like, write a coherent essay. Hey: what’s a 22% interest rate compared to the good of tomorrow’s leaders?

And while I’m at it, I pitch them a Dyson for $1,200. Excellent!

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Jonathan
8 years 6 months ago

Yet another reason to love Wal-Mart. Maybe next they will give out free balloons!

JPaulII
JPaulII
8 years 4 months ago
With the rate of credit card debt increasing to $750.9 billion in the U.S., many are becoming a little squeamish when splurging on a $600 pair of Jimmy Choos. Thankfully, there is help. If you cannot eradicate your debt, why not take advantage of the fabulous perks you can earn on it? CardOffers.com, a credit card directory, categorizes all of the major credit cards for easy navigation. The site outlines the APR, any fees, and benefits of each card. The Card Perks™ section is a unique area designed to help viewers shop for the right credit card based on their… Read more »
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