When you can’t get home for Thanksgiving with the family, enjoying dinner with friends can be the next best thing.
Sixteen percent of adults celebrated Friendsgiving in 2017, according to Good Housekeeping’s “State of Thanksgiving in America” survey and it can be an affordable way to enjoy the holiday.
Here’s how to plan a Friendsgiving event for maximum savings using the right credit cards.
- Cover the basics first: Make sure you’ll have enough space and food for everybody.
- Plan your rewards card strategy: Take advantage of cash back cards that offer bonuses on groceries and wholesale club purchases.
- Utilize coupon, cash back apps for more rewards: Make sure to stack up additional savings by leveraging online and mobile tools.
- Don’t forget to establish spending boundaries – and use P2P apps to share costs evenly.
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