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What’s in My Wallet: The Mint Interview

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The people at Mint, a company creating a web site to help track personal finances interviewed me last week. Usually, I'm pretty open with financial stuff, but here I'm particularly candid. My favorite feature is the "What's in your wallet?" So go read the interview and see my 5 credit cards. If you look closely you'll see the $100 Circuit City gift card that I recently mentioned. Also of note is my St. Supery Lifetime Tasting Pass. If only Buehler Vineyards had a card... John Buehler gives an amazing vineyard tour if you book in advance and make the trek off the beaten path to see them.

Last updated on August 1, 2011.

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2 Responses to “What’s in My Wallet: The Mint Interview”

  1. Savvy Steward says:

    I was at St. Supery a few months back. I really liked the Elu. Too bad it’s $60.

    A few years ago a lot of wineries gave you complimentary wine glasses when you wine tasted, including St. Supery. Now most places don’t offer it anymore. I guess it got too expensive.

  2. Well done showing off your fake Mensa card.

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