Get a $100 cash rewards bonus offer when
you apply today.
The BankAmericard Cash Rewards™ credit card is an easy
way to earn cash back on everyday purchases, with no hoops
to jump through. Plus, apply today and you'll be eligible to get
a $100 cash rewards bonus after qualifying purchases.
Start earning more cash back on the things you buy most.
- 1% cash back everywhere, every time
- 2% cash back on groceries
- 3% cash back on gas
Grocery and gas bonus rewards apply to the first $1,500 in combined
purchases in these categories each quarter.
See Terms and Conditions accompanying application for additional program details.
Plus you can get a 10% customer bonus when you redeem your rewards into an eligible Bank of America® checking or savings account.
For information about rates, fees, other costs and benefits associated with the use of this card, see Terms and Conditions accompanying application. This credit card program is issued and administered by FIA Card Services, N.A.
Bonus Cash Rewards Offer. You will qualify for $100 if you use your new credit card account to make any combination of Purchase transactions totaling at least $500 (exclusive of any transaction fees, returns and adjustments) that post to your account within 90 days of the account open date. Limit one (1) bonus cash rewards offer per new account. This one-time promotion is limited to new customers opening an account in response to this offer. Other advertised promotional bonus cash rewards offers can vary from this promotion and may not be substituted. Allow 8-12 weeks from qualifying for the bonus cash rewards to post to your rewards balance. The value of this reward may constitute taxable income to you. Bank of America may issue an Internal Revenue Service Form 1099 (or other appropriate form) to you that reflects the value of such reward. Bank of America, its affiliates, nor their employees provide tax advice.
*Deposit Account Information. The minimum deposit required to open a new personal checking or savings account and receive this offer is subject to the normal opening deposit requirements of the specific account being opened. For interest-bearing personal checking accounts, the Annual Percentage Yields (APYs) are as follows: less than $10,000, 0.01%; $10,000-$99,999, 0.02%; $100,000 and over, 0.03% as of 4/02/2013, and require a minimum opening deposit of $100. Savings accounts eligible include Regular Savings, which require a minimum opening deposit of $25. The APY on these savings accounts is 0.01% as of 4/02/2013. These rates may change at any time after this date or after the account is opened. If the account earns interest, fees could reduce earnings on the account. Some accounts and services, and the fees that apply to them, vary from state to state. Please review the information for your state in the Personal Schedule of Fees (at www.bankofamerica.com/feesataglance or at your local Banking Center) and in the Online Banking Service Agreement at www.bankofamerica.com/serviceagreement.
Gas Tips Sources:
Gas Tip #1 Improve gas mileage by using the motor oil grade recommended by your car’s manufacturer.
Gas Tip #2 Properly inflated tires can improve gas mileage by 3.3%.
Gas Tip #3 Speeding really adds up. Every 5 mph you drive over 50 mph is like paying $.24 more per gallon.
Gas Tip #4 Improve your MPG by taking out unnecessary items that add extra weight to your car.
Grocery Tips Sources:
Grocery Tip #1 Convenience will cost you: pre-cut veggies are double the price.
Grocery Tip #2 Shop for groceries on Wednesday when many weekly sales start.
Grocery Tip #3 Beware the hidden costs of couponing. Avoid multiple purchases for a deal you don’t need.
Grocery Tip #4 Common pantry staples like condiments are often priced less at drugstores.
Shopping Tips Sources:
Shopping Tip #1 Online shopper? Save up to 40% when you shop for clothes on Wednesdays.
Shopping Tip #2 Spend less by shopping solo for back-to-school supplies.
Shopping Tip #3 Save on computers and other electronics when you shop in September.
Shopping Tip #4 Buy sunglasses on a Monday to protect your eyes and your savings.
Shopping Quiz Answer Sources:
Shopping Quiz Answer #1 B. Many coupons are for items you wouldn’t normally buy. You’ll save the most money by redeeming coupons only when it makes sense for you.
Shopping Quiz Answer #2 A. Name brand, over-the-counter medicine prices can be marked up as much as 3000% compared to generic pharmaceuticals.
Shopping Quiz Answer #3 B. With the end of Spring Break, excess shorts, tanks and tees go on sale in May.
Griling Temperature Sources:
Beef The USDA recommends cooking whole cuts of red meat to at least 145°F, and all ground beef to 160°F.
Poultry According to the USDA, chicken should be cooked to a minimum internal temperature of 165°F.
Pork The USDA recommends cooking all raw pork to a minimum internal temperature of 145°F.
Seafood According to the USDA, most fish should be cooked to an internal temperature of 145°F.
Pro Grilling Tips Sources:
Beef Fat is flavor.
Lean meat is always healthier, but the tastiest beef has some fat in it. So when you're looking to make a burger, for example, try meat that is no leaner than 85%.
Poultry When in doubt, take your thermometer out.
Clear juices don't always mean your poultry is at the right temperature. In fact, depending on the age of the bird, you might have to overcook it in order to see the juices run clear.
Pork Brine makes it better
Brines use salt, and sometimes sugar and spices, to help meat retain its moisture when cooked and add flavor. You can find interesting and easy brine recipes online--the taste is worth the effort.
Seafood Don't let the catch-of-the-day get away
Seafood tends to stick to the grill and fall apart, but wire grilling baskets can help you keep your fish in one piece.
Price of gas provided by Gas Buddy.
Average spend on groceries by state provided by Bundle.com.
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