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Pay rent using credit cards – Which are the best options?

Seems like many fintechs have taken the fancy of allowing users to pay rent using credit cards, and rightly so. Given the cash crunch due to the current lockdown, paying rent using a credit card can provide much-needed liquidity to users. When I last wrote on this topic, there were only two credible options- RedGiraffe […]

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Despite RBI moratorium, pay your full credit card bill

RBI as part of Covid-19 regulatory package announced a moratorium of 3 months on all term loans, including credit card bills falling due between 1st March and 31st May. Many misinterpretations are floating around this announcement; however, I say that pay your credit card bill in full despite RBI’s moratorium. What makes me believe that […]

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Pay house rent via credit cards- RedGiraffe vs NoBroker

Nowadays one can swipe credit cards for literally everything. However, are you aware that one can pay house rent via credit cards too? Well, there are multiple options available that allows one to make house rent payment via credit cards. Benefits of paying house rent via credit cards The obvious benefit of using credit cards […]

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Citibank Premiermiles: How I saved 100,000 last year on it

I love minting credit card points and I do so by putting my every expense on credit card. Last year, I saved nearly 100,000 on my Citibank Premiermiles card alone. Below are the details on how I did it. Redeemed Citibank Premiermiles point for flight tickets on MMT Citibank Premiermiles reward points offer the best […]

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Deal Stacking – Get minimum 10% savings on every spend

Deal stacking/offer stacking/ reward stacking is simply combining multiple offers/coupons or reward points to maximize savings on one’s spend. I believe that despite seemingly tedious at first and low savings, say like ~2%; deal stacking offers combined savings of 10%+, which is a pretty good rate of savings if done on a consistent basis. General […]