PerkStreet 2% Cash Back Opportunities

Perkstreet PerkStreet, who I currently use as my personal spending account, just made their offer a bit sweeter. They are offering 2% cash back in certain spending categories. As you know, I signed up with PerkStreet about a year ago and have been enjoying their amazing 2% cash back on online purchases.

In a move to please their current customers and attract even more, they are bringing out the 2% rotating categories in addition to access to the the all new PowerPerks 2.0 with new deals coming every week – with no limit to how much you can earn. Similar to the Chase Freedom® Visa – $200 Bonus Cash Back credit card, or the Discover More credit card.

Get 1% Cash Back on all non-PIN debit card purchases and 2% cash back online

The old “2% on everything” offer has expired since I signed up. Well, in a very nice move, PerkStreet decided to keep the cash back amount at 2% for all online purchases. The new promotion is quite extensive and this is how it divides: The old 2% on everything is now 1% on all non-PIN debit card purchases and the new 2% can be earned in three different ways.

  1. On online purchases at: Amazon.com®, iTunes®, Target.com, Apple.com, Walmart.com and Bestbuy.com
  2. On in-store purchases at: Walmart, Target®, Best Buy® & Apple® stores, when you have a Current Account Balance of $5,000 or more
  3. When you and a friend use your cards together at the same restaurant, bar or coffee shop (both transactions must occur within 60 minutes of each other)

Without a doubt, PerkStreet is providing a fantastic deal. No credit card on the market today is giving that many cash back variations. To take full advantage of this offer, considering filling out an application for a checking account with PerkStreet.

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Last Edited: March 8, 2014 @ 10:51 pm
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