The best Mastercard deal is the Mastercard Priceless program. It features special events and discounts exclusive to card holders, including MLB games, trips to Europe, and more. Mastercard Priceless deals going on now include an exclusive island getaway to Bali, a trip to the Rugby World Cup in Tokyo, and a children’s sleepover party at the Miami Children’s Museum. There are even classes you can sign up for, like a pastry-making course with your kids or a baseball clinic run by the coaches of the Chicago Cubs. You can check out all the ongoing deals and purchase tickets on the Mastercard Priceless website.
Mastercard also has the Priceless Surprises Sweepstakes. In the past, sweepstakes winners have received fully-paid trips to Hawaii, Las Vegas, New York, and other vacation spots, as well as Mastercard prepaid cards. The only requirement is that you must have a Mastercard credit card.
Each time you use your Mastercard for eligible purchases during the Sweepstakes promotion, you’re entered to win. You can also enter without making a purchase by mailing in a 3-by-5 inch piece of paper with your name, address, phone number, date of birth, the last 6 digits of your Mastercard,and the words “Mastercard Priceless Surprises All-Star Sweepstakes.” The address to send your entry to is:
“Mastercard Priceless Surprises All-Star Sweepstakes
211 Greenwood Ave. 2-2, Promo 518,
Bethel, CT 06801.”
If you don’t have a Mastercard yet, the best Mastercard credit card deals are the Capital One Savor Cash Rewards Credit Card and the Citi Double Cash Card. The Capital One Savor card is an excellent rewards card that earns 1% - 4% cash back and has a sign-up bonus of $300 once you spend $3,000 in the first 3 months. The Citi Double Cash card gives unlimited cash back (1% back when you buy, 1% back when you pay Citi), with a $0 annual fee.
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