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Which Visa/MasterCard Offers Best Cash Back? - April 28, 2013, 05:32 PM

I have an American Express Blue Cash Rewards card which offers the best cash back IMHO.

But that's not the debate here. Occasionally I run across a place that won't take my AmEx. So I use my Visa card maybe once every other month at that place - usually small business type of places.

So looking to replace my Visa card that pays points for me to buy stuff from places I will never shop at. With a new Visa or Mastercard that pays cash back. That card, I can then use at places my AmEx is not accepted. And get cash back rather than shitty points I'll never use.

I could care less about APR. I pay my balance off every month. I prefer a no fee card for this, as not a ton of $$ will be charged to this card.

So who has the best cash-back Visa or Mastercard?

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April 28, 2013, 07:55 PM

Consumer reports named Capital One's cash reward card one of the highest. It's a Visa.

I use their Venture card for my business expenses. The miles add up faster than my cash cards do on a dollar amount. If that makes sense.

If you travel it would be worth looking at. Don't get the one without a yearly fee though - the rewards come much slower on that one.


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I like my Amazon card, especially if you buy a bunch of crap there:

3 Points (3%) per $1 spent on Amazon.com
2 Points per (2%) $1 spent at gas stations, restaurants, drugstores, and office supply stores
1 Point (1%) per $1 spent on all other purchases
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I like my Amazon card, especially if you buy a bunch of crap there:

3 Points (3%) per $1 spent on Amazon.com
2 Points per (2%) $1 spent at gas stations, restaurants, drugstores, and office supply stores
1 Point (1%) per $1 spent on all other purchases
+1 on Amazon. My wife and I pay for Christmas that way
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April 29, 2013, 12:39 PM

I like my Chase Freedom Card. It's 1% on everything, plus rotating 5% cash back categories. Usually they have things you use often like gas or groceries as a cash back category. Sometimes Amazon is a category too. They also have an online portal that shows some places where you can get up to 10% cash back. I'm not sure if you have to enter the website through that portal though to get the higher cash back rate.

Also, each point is a penny (1% of a dollar). It's not one of those cards where you get 3,000 points and you get something valued at $20. 3,000 points = $30. You can do straight cash back, credit on your statement, gift cards, or use it towards travel or merchandise.
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April 29, 2013, 03:40 PM

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I like my Amazon card, especially if you buy a bunch of crap there:

3 Points (3%) per $1 spent on Amazon.com
2 Points per (2%) $1 spent at gas stations, restaurants, drugstores, and office supply stores
1 Point (1%) per $1 spent on all other purchases
That's almost like the amex blue cash reward one...


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