11 weirdest ways to cash in reward points

Always dreamed of being married by Elvis? Dying to learn the art of metal embossing? Here are 11 wacky ways credit card rewards customers have cashed in their points.

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Get married by Elvis
Get married by Elvis
Issuer: Bank of America
Points: 16,828 points

Want to make your wedding extra special? Use your Bank of America reward points to hire an Elvis impersonator to walk the bride down the aisle and sing The King's classics throughout the ceremony.

This honor, available at Graceland Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas, can be yours for about $17,000 worth of credit card charges (or less depending on the card), not including interest and finance charges. Actual value: $168.28.


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Last updated April 25 2011: 11:48 AM ET
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