Well, we’ve now maxed out our Citi Dividend Platinum rewards for the year ($300) and have broken through the old limit ($500) for our Citi Driver’s Edge card (it’s since been raised to $1, 000/year). This brings our total to a bit over $1, 100 for the year (including $300 from our AT&T Universal card). As I’ve noted previously, we’ve profited from some pretty generous promos, most notably 5% off all purchases on both the AT&T card and the Driver’s Edge card (that one’s still alive and kicking through September). These numbers have also been helped along by some fairly major medical expenses, a number of work-related charges for which I was later reimbursed, as well as the fact that our local Super Wal-Mart is treated as a grocery store for reward-earning purposes. Note that these numbers don’t include earnings from Credit Protector rewards, although things are looking good on that front — our duplicate Credit Protector rebate submissions are in and haven’t been rejected (yet).
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