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Credit Card and Birthday

July 27th, 2011 at 01:03 pm

Last night I got my bill for September's mortgage payment and Bank of America was offering a credit card account that would take points and use them to reduce mortgage indebtedness. No annual fee - huge interest of course.

Since I'm already paying ahead on the mortgage and I pay off my credit cards monthly, this sounds like a plan. I get $50 from time to time from Citibank, so I will try this with Bank of America and see if it works out well. If not, I'll delete it. I'm kind of nervous of Bank of America, but still I think I can do this.

My birthday is Friday and I'll be 56. Eeeeeek. I haven't been to a movie in 3 years, so I'm taking a day off work and will hit the dollar theatre (God willing) and maybe see Cowboys and Aliens as a first run (bargain matinee).

Next week, my old Dog Itty will be 21. She's slowly getting old before my eyes, but she's still my dear little true friend.

6 Responses to “Credit Card and Birthday”

  1. Ima saver Says:

    Happy birthday to both of you! Enjoy your day!

  2. Miz Pat Says:

    Thanks, Dear!

  3. patientsaver Says:

    Happy birthday, we're both Leos!

  4. Miz Pat Says:

    Woohoo - Leo's rock, except of course, my ex husband, who shall remain nameless.

  5. Jerry Says:

    I would be nervous about BofA as well, but as long as you have some insurance that you are paying everything off before interest hits then you should be OK. Just be prepared to kick them upside the noggin if they try any funny stuff! Smile Happy birthday week, and I hope it leads to a lovely time at the movies and a terrific weekend overall!

  6. usaa Says:

    That is one interesting way

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