(EXPIRED) [Targeted] AT&T Money-maker: spend $15 x 2, get $50, $75, or $100

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Bank of America, Suntrust, BBVA, BB&T and several other banks are out with a targeted offer to get cash back after making two purchases of $15 or more. These offers vary by issuer / individual, but each of the offers is worth more than the $30 you’ll spend to activate it, making them easy moneymakers.

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The Deal

  • Targeted offer for $50 / $75 / $100 back as a statement credit after making 2 separate purchases of $15 or more from AT&T by 7/20/18

Key Terms

  • Must add the offer by 6/5/18
  • Must make associated purchases by 7/20/18
  • Valid one time only
  • Valid in-store, online, or over the phone (though make sure it is a corporate store if using it in-store)

Quick Thoughts

This offer comes around a couple of times per year. Personally, I’ve never been targeted for it. However, if you are targeted, it’s pretty easy to take advantage of this one even if you’re not a regular AT&T customer since you can buy a couple of accessories online to qualify. Doctor of Credit notes that AT&T sometimes splits up shipments (and charges them separately), so it makes sense to purchase a single $15+ item (two separate times) to trigger the offer. Luckily, that should be pretty easy since AT&T sells some items that cost $15 exactly.

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Alternatively, you can pay your AT&T bill or buy things sold in an AT&T store – just be sure it is a corporate store and not an authorized retailer, as reports at DoC indicate that only corporate stores trigger the statement credit on this offer.

This deal is an easy little money-maker that requires little effort, so it’s a nice little win if you have the offer.

H/T: Doctor of Credit


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