I am participating in a VIN campaign. This is a sponsored post by AARP® Credit Card from Chase. The content and opinions expressed below are my own. I am in no way affiliated with AARP® Credit Card from Chase and do not earn a commission or percent of sales.
I love getting sauced here in Middle Georgia. Think BBQ sauce. Summer is here and I’ve got BBQ on my mind just about every day. Around here, summer means BBQ. We love getting together with friends and family and heading to A. B.’s Bar-B-Que. They make their sauce the old fashioned way and honestly, I could get sauced daily at A.B.’s. Excluding Sunday’s and Monday’s when they are closed. I can’t think of anything better than BBQ at A.B.’s unless it’s getting cash back. That’s kind of what I want to talk about in today’s post. Not only can I enjoy my favorite BBQ from my favorite restaurants, but it’s possible to get cash back with the AARP Credit Card from Chase. Talk about a unique credit card. Not only that, but my purchase guarantees that there will be a donation to the AARP Foundation’s Drive To End Hunger.
But wait. Not only can you get 3% cash back on restaurants and gas stations with the AARP Credit Card from Chase, they also offer 1% cash back on all other purchases. And if that’s not enough to grab your attention, there is no annual fee AND you get a $100 Bonus Cash Back after you spend $500 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening. Whew, I’m dreaming of more BBQ with the cash back I’d receive.
I want to back up the AARP Foundation’s Drive To End Hunger and explain what the means. Together, Chase and the AARP Foundation are fighting hunger and putting food on the tables of Americans 50+. I fall into this age range and I have to say that hunger in those 50+ is a rising concern of mine. No one should have to go hungry, especially the elderly who are not able to get out and work for their meals. Together we can help. When you go to your favorite restaurant and make a purchase, Chase will donate $0.10 to AARP Foundation. Their goal in 2016 is to reach 1.1 million and let’s give a little applause here *clap clap* because Chase is up to $637,633. Since 2011 they have donated $6.5 million, the equivalent of 2.5 million meals. Can’t you just imagine how many that will feed? This is the ONLY credit card designed for AARP members and endorsed by AARP.
Shouldn’t everyone be able to sit down to a freshly cooked meal to end their hunger?
I am participating in a VIN campaign.This is a sponsored post by AARP® Credit Card from Chase. The content and opinions expressed below are my own. I am in no way affiliated with AARP® Credit Card from Chase and do not earn a commission or percent of sales