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I have a credit card that I use through out the month on various items, but only items we can actually pay for that month.  I do it to build up rewards and to not have to carry cash with me all the time.  The rewards go towards a weekend getaway that I do every year with my best friend.  I usually have enough for a free night's stay from my rewards.   It's the best way to get my husband to agree with my taking off for the weekend, since it doesn't cost us anything!

Of course I want to earn as many rewards as I can so knowing about earning opportunities is great.  This is where Reward Summit  comes in.  It's an is an app for the IPhone and Android that allows users to maximize their credit card rewards every time they use their credit card.  It'll keep track of your rewards and if you have more than one reward card, it'll tell you which one is best to use for that purchase.

It's super easy to download on your phone and once you do you can add your cars. You can Download the Reward Summit app here! Now before we go any furthre let me explain that you don't have to enter any credit card numbers at any time.  They will never ask for this.  They just want to know what type of card you have.  Like for example my card is a Chase Bank card and it's Marriott Rewards.  So I looked under Chase, Choose Visa and hen choose Marriott Rewards. That's all.

Remember, The app never asks for your account information and they encrypt all of your data.  They never store your account credentials.   It can be used for cards that award points, dollars, and miles.

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And with integration to social applications like Foursquare, you can automatically get recommendations when you check in at a merchant.  So it'll even think for you!

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