Bits ‘n Pieces for September 11, 2013

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  1. Sycamore Lane makes a chard, pino grigio, and a cabernet sauv. When I checked (it’s like Zagat for wine), it shows very few bottles purchased. This leads me to believe that Sycamore produces for various entities like United.

    The rating are sub-average at best. They retail around $7.00 a bottle.

  2. That BA VISA offer is pretty nasty. You have to spend $3000 in EACH of the first 3 months after sign up to get the bonus. I’ve never seen that before. Its a shame because I’ve had my eye on that card for a while but I don’t spend enough to make the bonus

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