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Black Friday Credit Card Deals / Christmas Editions - Amex Gold Credit Card with 20k Bonus Points (more in the mail) / *Pls no recommendations*
The upcoming Black Friday and the Christmas season, when you shop or shop on-line, are just as likely to get you something back. At Amex we have a range of credit card offerings for new clients. Estimate these possibly running deals, but thought it might be useful if you are looking for a reward credit card.
I' ve put together some of the best deals available, so hopefully something that suits you. Also, now is the perfect month to get an Amex card before the Shop Small December events, where 5 out of 10 will be spent on various small retail stores. I' ve also added a Barclaycard combination card if you're looking for a longer 0% on a purchase that provides 0% for 27 month.
Players can use their points for a wide range of reward options, e.g. 10,000 points can be used for a 50 Amazon/ M&S/ Curry gifts card. Package 3: Platinum Cash-back everday credit card with 5% cash-back up to 100 in the first 3 months. You could make almost 150 pounds in the first year of the card by: b) Put your daily food and fuel costs on the card.
Receive 5% cash back on your shopping (up to 100) for the first three month of card membership. The Combination Card is an optional extra for those seeking 0% on Balanced Transfer and 0% on Buy for a reasonable amount of time (2 and a quarter). A different credit line, a different annual interest representativeness, a different purchasing interest or a different advertising spend transfer date may be available to you than shown here, depending on your specific situation.
Do you have 1,000 pounds to put up? The reason why I would choose these unpopular FTSE 100s.
In my view, if you are a hunter of dividends looking for the real value, the FTSE 100 STAR Ashtead Group (LSE: AHT) is certainly something to look at. The FTSE 100Star Ashtead Group (LSE: AHT) is certainly a sight to behold, in my view. The company is expected to continue to increase the dividends at a knot percentage.
The last year's pay per stock award of 33p is expected to increase to 37.6p this year and to 40. Returns are a manageable 2% and 2.1% respectively and given the probability that returns should increase beyond the middle range - supported by the company's insatiable acquisition craving - I think Ashtead should stay one of the Footsie's hotest equity equities for expansion.
In October, its own stock fell by 16%, despite the publication of good trade news during this period. There is clearly much more to gain, such as in the spot market where the company now has around 100m pounds of asset value thanks to recent up-grades. Investors have all the means at their disposal to increase earnings and thus dividend levels, and number cruncherers also agree with my optimisation on this point.
For example, the overall 2018 dividends are expected to increase from 40p per ordinary bearer share to 44.6p, a number that shows a return of 2.3%.