So a few months ago, in conjunction with the Summer Olympics, US Bank was offering a bonus on their FlexPerks card based on the number of medals that the US got
The final USA medal count was 46 golds, 37 silvers and 38 bronzes. Doing the math leads to a 14,800 FlexPoint bonus (in addition to the 20,000 FlexPoints for signing up and spending at least $2,000 in the first 4 months.
Meeting the Olympics spend bonus
I almost missed out on the extra Olympics bonus – I thought it would just be part of the regular signup bonus requirements ($2000 in the first 4 months). But reading the fine print indicated that you had to make at least one purchase by Sep 30th in order to get the extra 14,800 FlexPerks, which I did
Now fast forwarding several months to the present, I still have not seen anything from US Bank.
It feels like the Olympics were FOREVER ago
Has anyone else gotten either their Olympics bonus or their regular FlexPerks signup bonus yet? Am I the only one?
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