Best of Credit Cards and Saving Money Dayquil Edition

by Credit Card Wisdom on December 2, 2010

Best of Credit Cards & Saving Money - Dayquil EditionThis edition of the Best of Credit Cards and Saving Money would not be possible without the help of Dayquil (well, actually the generic brand – I'm cheap). I'm not sure why this stuff is legally sold over the counter, but its been getting me out of bed and keeping me awake long enough to compile this week's carnival, so my hat's off to its creators.

Now that I've once again shared my personal travail of the week, it's time to get down and dirty with this week's article selections. All the usual suspects are here and this week there are a lot of good cash back deals only available on select sites that are worth consideration. Apart from those, we've got some good credit and personal finance tips as well. And so, before my last shot of Dayquil wears off and my daily Dayquil overdose hallucinations begin, here are this week's selections.

Credit Card Promotions

Ryan at Cash Money Life shares his take on the Best Cash Back Credit Cards with a number of cards that have $100 cash back bonuses.

Tim Chen over at Nerdwallet shares how you can Get $100 With the New American Express Blue Sky Preferred.

Michael from Consumerism Commentary shares details on a Citi® Dividend Platinum Select® Card $100 Cash Back Deal.

And Silicon Valley Blogger from The Digerati Life offers up a Citi Credit Cards Review: From Citi Platinum Select To Citi Forward where she has a deal for younger cardmembers who can get $50 cash back with a new Citi card.

More on Plastic

Pinyo from Moolanomy makes his first appearance in the carnival with a piece on How to Protect Yourself from Debit Card Overdrafts.

Janet from Credit Cards Canada shares her take on plans to replace plastic with phones in the article Hold On. My Credit Card is Ringing.

PT from Prime Time Money poses the question Are Prepaid Cards Safe? The Truth About Prepaid Card Protections.

Saving and Dealing with Money

Madison DuPaix from My Dollar Plan shares 10 Lessons from the Downsized TV Show.

Michael Pruser from Doughroller shares 25 Christmas Gift Ideas Under $10.

ditchtheboss from Your Financial Independence shares some Reasons to say NO to credit.

Ryan @ The Military Wallet does a nice job Comparing Coverdell ESA and 529 Plan.

Miranda presents Save Money on Christmas — For Next Year.

And lastly, another first timer Jessica Bosari from Bill Eater shares a good tip on How to Win the Rebate Game |

Thus concludes another round of the Best of Credit Cards and Saving Money. Thanks as always to those who submitted and particularly those who give a shout out. See you all next week. is an independent, advertising-supported comparison service. receives compensation from the credit card issuers whose credit card offers appear on the website. The compensation may impact the order in which they appear within listing categories. does not include the entire universe of available credit or financial offers. Our editors rate credit cards objectively based on the features the credit card offers consumers, the fees and interest rates, and how a credit card compares with other cards in its category. The Editor's Picks credit cards are the expert opinion of our editors, and not influenced by any remuneration this site receives from card issuers.
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