Callmedory wrote:We have a CSP and had a United Mileage+ (the AF version). I downgraded the Mileage+ to the non-AF version and got credited back most of the $95 AF. We didn’t need two AF cards and we kept the miles.
We plan to downgrade our Costco membership and use the CSP for purchases there, too.
Another nice thing about CSP? Their price guarantee!
I promised Husband that when our 10yo TV went, he could get what he wanted, within reason. It went, and I wasn’t going to try to fix it (again). He wanted the 65” Sony 3D 4K. Fine, he had been eyeing it for a few years by now. So it was on sale for $2399. Bought it at BestBuy; paid it off (of course). Then the price dropped $200. Took the receipt back, got the $100+tax credited. 2 weeks later, the price dropped another $200. Since by buying it we were “Elite members,” I was able to take back the receipt and get another $200+ tac credited back. Then the price dropped another $200! By this time, the Elite-member window was closed--but CSP goes 45 or 90 days. Called them up, emailed all receipts, the ad, the CSP form, and something else--and within 24 hours, they emailed that I would be credited. Husband said he owes me dinner out at the best place in town for saving $500 on something we were buying anyway.
Congrats on the savvy savings! That's terrific! I really need to look at these features on my cards. It never even occurs to me.
Elijahmex wrote:I went to Costco last week and could not use my CSP bc they only accept AMEX and MC. They told me they're in the process of accepting VISA soon. Who knows when that will be...
Aww, sorry to hear. I hope they implement that change soon.