She works hard for the money. And your debit card should work hard for you too! As a busy mom of four, I don’t have time to clip coupons and always hunt for savings. Sometimes I do, but I don’t always, and I can’t always rely on having the time so I love when my debit and credit card offer a cash back program to help me save an earn in my day-to-day spending. At my bank PNC, my Purchase Payback debit card does just that. I get cash rewards for using my debit card.
PNC Purchase Payback is a rewards program specially designed for where I like to shop. It provides offers on my favorite retailers. It’s a customized program just for me as a means to treat myself even more to the things I love and get some additional cash back or rewards points along the way and it works with the PNC debit and credit cards.
Whether I’m saving points toward a vacation, or I want a little cash kickback from my weekly Starbucks Flat White I know my PNC Purchase Payback can help. I’m looking forward to saving big because I do like to splurge, especially on new shoes, at DSW Shoes. I can get cash back from those purchases, too, so I can feel a little less guilty about it because I know that my PNC Purchase Payback cash back savings program rewards me with cash back incentive based on the offer I choose. It’s tailored to me because it’s based on the stores that I shop at.
The PNC app is super easy to use, as is their online banking interface. And I love that I don’t need coupons—it’s all electronic before I get into the store because it’s tied to my debit or credit card. I login, view my online banking portal and see what offers are available and choose the ones I want to activate, and they are automatically loaded to my card. No coupons to clip or loose. It’s so easy.
Not a PNC customer? It’s very quick and easy to become one. It only took me about 20 minutes to join at the branch I went to, and I got my debit card that same day! But there are also other banks that have similar programs; your bank may even have one.
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