REDbird Dies with a Memo, Unbiased Airline Card Rankings, Doubling Citi Dividend 4Q 5% Categories & More!


week in review

Welcome to the Frequent Miler Week In Review series. Every Saturday we recap what you might have missed from Frequent Miler during the week. Enjoy!

This Week From Frequent Miler

Planning your next Amtrak adventure before its too late – Suggestions for booking an Amtrak trip before the many upcoming changes to their loyalty program.

Unbiased credit card rankings: enhancements and airline cards – Enhancements to the unbiased rankings formula and the addition of a top airline cards page.

I’m calling it. REDbird is dead bird. – Following two days of debit card loads to REDbird failing, it became apparent that this method of MS had ended.

Here’s the REDbird memo: “cash is the only tender guests can use…” – The official memo that went out to Target stores detailing their new cash only policy for REDbird loads.

Necker Island and the 30% transfer bonus dilemma – Is it smart to transfer points to Virgin Atlantic or is there a better way to get to 1.2 million?

Bet You Didn’t Know: Doubling the Citi Dividend 5% 4th Quarter Bonus Categories – How to still get the Citi Dividend card and how you can possibly use the 4Q categories to get all of your cashback for both 2015 & 2016.

Have a great evening!

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just got this in email about Redbird, (look at the bottom of this message, it says reload with debit card is still valid)

Hello ——————–,

We want to let you know about some changes to the terms and conditions of your Prepaid REDcard® by American Express Account:

• Funding & Transfers
As of October 28, you will not be able to link a new bank account to your Prepaid REDcard Account to add money. However, you will still be able to transfer money out of your Prepaid REDcard Account to a bank account.

If you currently have a linked bank account, nothing will change – you’ll still be able to add money from that account.

You can continue to easily add money through Direct Deposit, Debit Card, and Cash Reloads at any U.S. Target store.1

Net Netty

lets get out there locust. move to that next field of plentiful food and strip it bare. I know you can do with the help of your “friendly” bloggers. Lets descend on that next deal and kill it in a week. Awesome game plan. Because as you know, “There will always be another deal right around the corner” until there isnt.


I wonder what percentage of Redbird accounts that existed on October 12th will have been cancelled by month’s end?