During a time where Joann & I have more miles & points than we do vacation days, I’m looking for easier ways to manufacture these points instead of ways to just amass a stockpile of them. Notice my emphasis is on easy.
I’m not a fan of driving to Walmart to load my American Express Bluebird 2-3 times a month.
I don’t enjoy driving to multiple CVS stores to find $500 gift cards (and then driving to Walmart to load them to Bluebird).
Buying $200 gift cards from Staple with my Chase Ink is pretty easy, but then I’m stuck with several small denomination gift cards to liquidate.
Enter TD Go.
This is a prepaid product that is intended for parents to issue their “teens” debit cards with certain limits.
The main advantages are that this debit card can be funded by a credit card online and TD is very lax on what they consider a “teen.”
The main disadvantage is that this card is ONLY offered in the following states:
CT, DC, DE, FL, ME, MD, MA, NH, NJ, NY, NC, PA, RI, SC, VT, VA