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Let me thank readers who happen to click my Amazon link as I love to each month give 100% of the proceeds back to one reader and this round the total is just over $60 bucks! As always, the rules for SWAG Saturday are HERE so be sure to check them out if you have never taken a look as by commenting you are agreeing you have done so.
Now on to this week’s post to see just who will win via Random.org next Friday some time. The other day I got in my in-box an e-mail from Barclay’s about my Arrival+ card reminding me that they have no international transaction fees (I think they are watching my spending abroad).
But you know AMEX Delta cards, as of 1MAY2014, also offer no international transaction fees and I am seriously working on my next $30,000 in spend on my personal Delta AMEX Reserve card to get another 15,000 MQMs (I may have to keep this next round rather than give them away on the blog). Plus, to be frank, the bonus deal that AMEX has on it’s Delta Gold & Platinum cards is higher than what Barclay’s is offering. But I digress.
On to my question to you for a shot at the $60+ Amazon e-Gift code. Do cards that offer NO international transaction fees matter to you? That is, are they enough of a deal breaker that you will pull another card, maybe one you really would rather not use, but do so to avoid the fee? YES or NO will be enough of an answer’ but feel free to comment more if you would like to share with readers! – René