U in 90 Seconds: BB&T Deals

U in 90 Seconds: BB&T Deals

Who doesn't love extra cash? With BB&T Deals, the more you use your BB&T debit, personal credit or MoneyAccount® card, the more relevant cash back offers you can receive. In this episode, we give you the quick rundown of how you can get started using BB&T Deals today.

Everybody, my name is Mike, and I work in the digital group here at the bank.

We're here to help you get the most out of U by BB&T in under 90 seconds. So today, we're going to talk about how you can get cash back by just spending money like you normally would using a feature called BB&T Deals. To show you how this works, I'm going kick it over Kristen because she sounds better than me. Kristen?

To get started with BB&T Deals, you'll need to add the tile to your dashboard, which can be found under the Add Tiles button. Once you add the deals tile and tap Get Started, you'll start seeing offers made just for you.

To activate a deal, simply select it. You'll also see all the details of that particular offer. Once activated, you can use any BB&T debit, prepaid, or personal credit card in your name to redeem the deal.

Any deal you redeem accumulates into one cashback payout that's paid monthly. So let's say I'm interested in this deal for 10% off my next purchase from Chili's. I just select the deal to activate it, and then when I pay for my meal I use my BB&T debit, prepaid, or personal credit card. That's it. I just earned 10% back automatically.

It's as simple as that—click, shop, earn. Activate BB&T Deals and start earning today.

Thanks, Kristen. That sounded a lot better than what I would've said. If there's a U by BB&T feature you'd like to know more about, let us know. You can leave us a comment, talk to us on Twitter, or send us an email. We'll use your feedback to choose topics for future episodes. Thanks so much for your time, and have a great day.

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