Video: Holiday credit card perks


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As you splurge on holiday gifts for friends and family, be sure to take advantage of the extra credit cards perks available during the holiday season. They can save you money, reward you with extra points and save you time looking for deals. Here are some of the issuers offering great deals as you shop!

American Express - 2x points at small businesses

If you have an American Express card, you get double the points when shopping at many small businesses through Dec. 31. Be sure to register online and find out which shops near you qualify.

Bank of America - 15 percent cash back with BankAmeriDeals

How does 15 percent cash back sound? Look out for BankAmeriDeals with your Bank of America card when shopping through the online portal or mobile app.

Chase Freedom/Freedom Unlimited - 10 percent off gift cards

If you’re stocking up on gift cards, choose from the 150 gift card options through the Chase portal where you can save 10 percent while supplies last.

Citi - Citi Price Rewind

Skip bargain-hunting – let Citi do the work for you. Register your purchases and, if there is a lower price within 60 days, you get the difference back.

Let your cards take some stress out of the holiday season and get you something back as you give to others.

See related: Rack up card rewards with holiday bonuses, perks, Video: 4 ways to save money shopping online for the holidays

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Updated: 02-23-2019