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Save with no annual fee for the first year.

Posted By: tinx, posted 2007/05/23 04:16
Drive your savings further with a credit card that gives you automatic savings on everything you buy. With the BP-Citibank MasterCard the money you save is simply credited to your account. Apply for a BP-Citibank MasterCard before July 31, 2007 and you will:

Save 10% off petrol and everything else you buy at BP for up to 3 months;
After the 3 months you'll continue to save 5% off everything at BP;

1% off everything else you buy anywhere

6.9%p.a.* for 6 months for all balances transferred^
Expiry date:2007/07/31
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  • nod2007/05/23 19:39:30
    Excellent find Tinx. So you get all the savings that we talked about here PLUS you do not need to pay the $79
    Awesome find :flowers:
    thanks

    For more background read the original BP card posting by ozpete.
  • admin2007/05/23 20:21:44
    ha - tinx - your a legend at finding the hidden alternative. Now what we need is a cashback offer to make this even better. Lemme see what we can find.
  • nod2007/05/23 20:24:57
    good point admin
  • admin2007/05/23 20:28:13
    nada - they have offers on the ready credit, the clear card, the gold card ..... but nothing that applies to this one. Scumbags.
  • ozpete2007/05/24 10:46:47
    admin
    nada - they have offers on the ready credit, the clear card, the gold card ..... but nothing that applies to this one. Scumbags.


    I think they do. This is an alternative to the offer I mentioned.

    In this case they waive the annual fee but you dont get the $50 free BP fuel card.

    So in this case you can save $79 vs the $50 fuel card.

    so you are a further $29 ahead.

    Maybe one of the admins might be able to put a link between this post and mine, so that visitors here can go for the better deal, which is this one
  • jayne2007/05/24 15:40:34
    ozpete;5952
    I think they do. This is an alternative to the offer I mentioned.

    In this case they waive the annual fee but you dont get the $50 free BP fuel card.

    So in this case you can save $79 vs the $50 fuel card.

    so you are a further $29 ahead.

    Maybe one of the admins might be able to put a link between this post and mine, so that visitors here can go for the better deal, which is this one

    I think admin meant he couldn't get a BuckScoop cashback deal on it ?
  • admin2007/05/24 18:18:04
    jayne;5955
    I think admin meant he couldn't get a BuckScoop cashback deal on it ?


    Yea - thats what I was thinking about. Unfortunately they dont. Which is why I called them scumbags.

    ozpete - nod's got a link in her first post across to your deal - might get her to edit it to make yours more obvious.

    I reckon its cool when you get this sort of incremental development on a deal. I've seen some great examples where one person finds a voucher, the next finds another, a third finds that you can combine the two and a fourth finds something else - its where you see the power of these sorts of forums - great stuff you lot.
  • ozpete2007/05/26 20:54:59
    Actually I was thinking it should be the other way round, mine to link to Tinks this is the better of the two deals. That way someone who see's mine will find this one.

    You gave me a hit about editing. I wasnt aware I could do that so I did it myself.

    I totally agree that the benefit of this site is the ability to add extra value to all the deals found.
  • admin2007/05/27 07:11:24
    Its good fun when you can start combining things.

    I hadnt thought that you might have been asking for linkage the other way around. :D
  • nod2007/05/27 17:01:19
    People adding the little extras to existing deals really is the best way to get a great deal.
    As we always say, the more the merrier.
    :)

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