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Cash-back credit cards

Not everyone travels enough to make cards like the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card worth it. If you’d prefer to earn money back on your spending, you have plenty of great options as well. Unless otherwise specified, these cash-back cards don’t have an annual fee.

Blue Cash Preferred® Card from American Express — This card has a $95 (waived the first year if you apply by 12/10/2020) annual fee (See Rates), and it has some great bonus categories. These include 6% back on select U.S. streaming services, 6% back on up to $6,000 spent at U.S. supermarkets each year (then 1%), 3% back at U.S. gas stations and on transit, and 1% on everything else. Read the Blue Cash Preferred Card review.

Blue Cash Everyday® Card from American Express — If you don’t want to pay an annual fee while you earn cash back, this Amex card is worth a look. Bonus categories include U.S. supermarkets, U.S. gas stations, and select U.S. department stores. Read the Blue Cash Everyday card review.

Capital One® Savor® Cash Rewards Credit Card — If you want to earn extra cash back on your dining purchases, this is a good pick. The Savor card earns an unlimited 4% back on dining and entertainment, 2% back at grocery stores, and 1% back on everything else. There’s a $95 annual fee, and no foreign transaction fees. Read the Capital One Savor card review.

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Capital One® Quicksilver® Cash Rewards Credit Card —  For those who don’t want to worry about different cash-back bonus categories, the Quicksilver is a straightforward choice. It earns 1.5% cash back on all purchases, with no annual fee and no foreign transaction fees. Read the Capital One Quicksilver card review.

Chase Freedom Flex℠  — This new card replaces the original Chase Freedom, which is no longer open to new applicants. it earns 5% cash back on up to $1,500 spent in rotating bonus categories each quarter, and it also earns bonus cash back on dining, drugstores, and more. Plus, there’s no annual fee. Read the Chase Freedom Flex review.

Chase Freedom Unlimited® — This card offers a solid flat rate (1.5% back) on most purchases, and it’s one of the most flexible cash-back cards around, because it gives you options (the Freedom Unlimited also recently started offering bonus cash back on eligible travel, grocery, and drugstore purchases). If you decide you’d like to get into travel rewards further down the line, you can combine your cash-back earnings from the Freedom Unlimited with Chase Ultimate Rewards points from a card like the Chase Sapphire Preferred to use them toward travel. Read the Chase Freedom Unlimited review.

Chase Freedom® —  Like the Freedom Unlimited, the Chase Freedom earns cash back on every purchase. …read more

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