Free Stuff with Visa Signature Card – Wine Tasting, Insurance, Travel Coupons

You probably have a discount card in your wallet, and you don’t even know it! I just learned about the perks of the Visa Signature Card, when I used to it save $10 bucks on movie tickets – so get out there and get free stuff with your visa card. Oh and P.S. almost all bank credit cards that are Visa are a signature card – as is the Amazon Prime card. Speaking of, did you get your free Amazon Prime membership yet?

The cards are usually free to apply for and require no annual fee. In fact, with my United Plus Mileage card, I rack up the miles every time I use it. I use it like it’s my bank account to buy everyday merchandise, groceries, gas, etc. Then, it’s set up online to automatically deduct funds to pay itself off every month. That way, I never have a balance or pay any interest.

Do you have a Visa Signature Card? If so, you have access to all sorts of perks, freebies, and discounts. If you have an airlines reward card like a United Mileage Plus Visa card, an Alaskan Airlines Card, a Capital One Mileage Visa, a Nordstrom Visa, or even a US Bank Visa Signature card, you qualify. Check your Visa Card to see if it’s a Visa Signature Card (most of the time it will say it is right on the front), but my United Mileage Plus card does not carry this emblem, and it still works. Your Visa debit bank cards will not qualify for these offers.

Best Freebies, Coupons, and Discounts for Visa Signature Card Holders

Free Wine Tasting in Sonoma – Visa Signature cardholders will receive BOGO tastings (at over 50 wineries ) when you buy the first tasting with your Visa Signature card.

8% off Agoda Travel bookings through August of 2018

Free Concierge РHave them help you book your next trip or adventure or help you locate the perfect restaurant for your evening out.

Rental Car Insurance – Simply decline the collision insurance when you rent a car and be sure to use your Visa Signature Card, and you’ll be covered.

Travel Discounts – Savings on Hilton Hotels, Hertz car rentals, and Carnival Cruises to name a few. Get super discounts from Visa Signature Hotels.

All Visa Signature Offers

Other Coupons & Discounts

Coupons & Discounts from Featured Merchants for Visa Signature Card Holders

More Details:
Visa Signature Card Benefits Overview (PDF)

Other Free Stuff From Visa Signature Rewards Card

You can get lots of other free goodies that you probably weren’t even thinking about when you use your Visa Signature Card. Grab an extra year on warranties, get travel assistance, extra deductible coverage on rental cars, peace of mind on luggage loss, and roadside service at a huge discount, if you’re ever in a pinch.

Extended warranty protection

With this benefit, it adds 1 years to manufacturers warranty for big ticket items as long as the existing item has a 3 year or less warranty. Max coverages are $1k per claim and $50k per cardholder. To cash in on this benefit, call benefits admin at 1-800-397-9010 in the U.S., or 303-967-1093 outside the U.S.

Travel and emergency concierge

You can reach an around-the-clock emergency concierge, which includes medical referrals, legal referrals, emergency transportation assistance, emergency translation services and prescription assistance.

Rental car damage waiver

If you put the rental car on your Visa Signature, they will cover collision damage that your insurance doesn’t (such as deductible) so long as you rent car less than 15 days.

Lost luggage reimbursement

So long as you book your travel (read: your plane ticket) on Visa Signature card, if your luggage is lost or stolen, Visa will reimburse you up to $3,000 for lost or stolen goods while you travel.

Roadside Assistance

For $69.99, you can get a 5-mile tow, out of a car lockout situation, have gas brought to you, flat tire spare repair, or a jump start. Just call (800) VISA-TOW. If you don’t have AAA or a friend with AAA who can come to your rescue, this may be a good backup option as it’ll likely be cheaper than calling a tow truck directly.

 



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