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FREE $20 First National Bank of Omaha Deal


First National Bank of Omaha, the same bank that brought you the legendary 6.00% APY savings account last year (via FNBO Direct) has gotten into the credit card business.

Their most interesting card is the BucksBack Platinum Visa Card, which offers 1% cash back on all purchases. I like it because you can make an easy $20 by signing up for the card. You get $10 when you’re approved, and another $10 after you make your first purchase.

Click here to sign up for the FNBO BucksBack Platinum Card.

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  1. Greg from Make Money Online / Homebizseo said:
    on May 22nd at 07:58 am

    That is a great offer. $20 is a great deal.

  2. jj said:
    on May 23rd at 03:38 am

    whats so great about this $20 deal.

  3. Alan Greenspan said:
    on May 26th at 03:58 am

    “A balance transfer fee of 3% of the transaction, with a minimum of $10, will be applied to each balance transfer with this offer.”

    Horrible offer, actually!

  4. bh said:
    on May 26th at 07:29 am

    I thank God daily that I am not in such dire financial straits as to be provoked by a mere $20 to apply to a credit card which is worthless to me.

  5. t-bone said:
    on June 1st at 09:44 pm

    wow $20!!! i’m so pumped, please lower my FICO score for applying now! i’ve never seen such a great offer!

  6. Larry said:
    on June 2nd at 09:48 pm

    Makes you wonder if this site is being run by a High School student without an allowance.

  7. Johnny Quest said:
    on July 2nd at 11:10 pm

    The offer is now $50 for signing up anfd making a purchase!!!!!!! Sign up now before its too late!!!!!!!!!!!

  8. I hate you said:
    on December 23rd at 01:41 am

    Brought to you by the same creeps who raise your interest rate to 28% on the sly and turn you over to some slimy collection company called PRS staffed by the most illiterate bunch outside of any 3rd world country.