American Express Prepaid Cards - this is the second post in the series on American…
Prepaid cards are becoming more popular. But the world of prepaid cards can be daunting especially when you’re comparing American Express Prepaid Cards.
How do you choose? Which one is better for you?
Miles and points junkies have been raking in frequent flyer miles and points through credit cards (welcome offers/bonuses and purchases) ever since credit card companies started affiliating with the airlines. Now, the rapidly growing trend among the miles and points community is a focus on prepaid cards.
Why prepaid cards? Once you know all the in’s and out’s, combined with large credit card signup bonuses you can leverage more miles and points. But the trick is knowing which prepaid cards to get.
There are several prepaid cards on the market, in this five part series I’m covering American Express prepaid cards.
Part 1 of this series will cover Comparing American Express Prepaid Cards.
Part 2 of this series will cover the American Express Prepaid Card – Part One
Part 3 of this series will cover the American Express Prepaid Card – Part Two
Part 4 of this series will cover the American Express Bluebird Card
Part 5 of this series will cover the American Express for Target Card
If you’re already playing the prepaid card game you’re probably thinking, “Yeah, but what are you going to tell me that I don’t already know or hasn’t already been talked about by every other miles and points blogger, especially FrequentMiler and MillionMileSecrets?
Probably not much, maybe a little gem here or there, but then you, the miles and points junkie whose already using prepaid cards, is not for whom I’ve written this post. So sit back, relax and just enjoy the post/s. And feel free to comment as I’m totally ok with comments, good or bad. Naturally, I prefer good…
American Express offers three Prepaid Cards: American Express Prepaid, American Express Bluebird, and the American Express for Target Card.
While each offers the same purchase protections as afforded by an American Express credit card, there are subtle nuances to each card as you can see from the chart below.
In Part 2 I’ll discuss the American Express Prepaid card and go into depth about each of the features and fees. I’ll also provide examples on the best way to leverage usage out of the card.
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