Credit card churning may be something that works for you.
The Balance defines it this way:
It’s an easy concept to understand, but the actual practice requires dedication.
You basically jsut have to stay focused and keep track of everything.
It can be a great way to get some “free” money, but it does require some work on your part.
This actually reminds me of the time my wife and I got a “free” laptop for signing up with several different companies. It was a process of signing up for subscriptions, offers, services, and product auto-ships, and then canceling them before they started charging us.
Some of it was free and some was just cheap, but all together, we got a laptop for a few bucks and a bunch of time.
Credit card churning definitely works, but if you’re lazy with it, it’s not as effective, and you’ll have a hundred credit cards open just waiting for someone to steal the info and take advantage of you. Of course, that’s the worst-case scenario.
So check out the graphic and see if it’s something you can do. These are the tips for doing it well…
Infographic: Credit Card Reviews