2500 Chase Bonus Points Per Month Just Feeding Baby Weekly Flyer! That’s Over 30k Points Per Year!


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Mrs. Weekly Flyer and I are always looking for extra points for buying things that we would normally buy anyway. We try to order through online portals whenever possible to maximize points. As Baby Weekly Flyer gets older, we have found that we are racking up points buying Baby Weekly Flyer food that would get eaten anyway!

Here’s The Deal

Baby Weekly Flyer eats on average 6 organic baby food items per day in addition to fresh home made items. We buy organic baby food pouches that cost anywhere between $1-$2 per pouch. We started buying the food at the grocery but, have found that Baby Weekly Flyer eats so much that it is easier to order it in bulk online and we are getting on average 2500 extra points per month through the Chase portal!

  • Drugstore.com offers free shipping on $25 orders.
  • Chase Rewards has extra 7 points per $1 right now. Sometimes it’s 10 points!
  • Here’s the math: 6 pouches of food per day x $2 = $12 x 30 days = $360 per month x 7 points = 2520 Chase points per month. Over 30k points per year!
  • Look for sales and promotions at retailer to make the deal even sweeter! Right now, new customers that spend $50 at Drugstore.com get a free $100 Restaurant.com gift code! No promotion code needed.

The Bottom Line

Think outside the box, find things that you are spending money on anyway and order it online through a shopping portal. If you have children, it is easy! Think diapers, wipes, food, toys! Many retailers are offering free shipping which makes it a no brainer if the items are competitively priced! Save time going to the store, have your items delivered to your door and watch the miles/points add up!

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Comments

  1. I’ve consistently found drugstore.com prices to be 15-20% higher than prices at Target or Wal-Mart. Even after accounting for the fact there is no sales tax at drugstore.com, you’re still paying an 8-10% premium.

  2. Buy the Kirkland brand at Costco. It is way cheaper than branded products and they are all the same. There are only 2 companies that produce baby formula and they sell to everyone in their own packages. I used to buy Enfamil until I met a friend that works on the baby formula industry. Started to use Kirkland from Costco and we saw no difference in the development of our son.

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