Blue Cash Everyday Card from American Express
No annual fee credit cards can earn useful rewards quickly, just like cards with fees — and the best come with valuable benefits that save you money.
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Of all the American Express cards you can sign up for, the Amex Platinum is the best with its generous benefits, valuable perks, and solid rewards.
The American Express Blue Cash Preferred also earns 6% back on select US streaming services, 3% back at US gas stations and transit, and 1% otherwise.
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It's your last chance to earn an increased $300 welcome bonus on the Amex Blue Cash Preferred card, and the annual fee is waived the first year
With the increased limited-time bonuses on the Amex Blue Cash EveryDay and Blue Cash Preferred credit cards, you can earn up to $300 cash back.
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The Blue Cash Preferred and Blue Cash Everyday Amex cards both earn cash back, but there are key differences to note when picking which one to get.
This card from Amex has no annual fee, and offers bonus cash back at US supermarkets, US gas stations, and select US department stores.
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Two of our favorite cash-back cards from American Express are offering up to $300 to new cardholders — but only for a limited time
You can earn $300 back with the Blue Cash Preferred, and $200 back with the no-annual-fee Blue Cash Everyday.
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There are 4 different types of cash-back credit cards, and the best option for you depends on your spending
Some cards offer the same amount of cash back on every purchase, while others have bonus categories that get you bigger rewards.
When you're earning cash back as a percentage of your spending, every purchase you make will add up over time.
Recover from overspending with a card that offers an intro period without interest charges. Some of these cards let you transfer a balance for free.
When I was unemployed, I used a low-interest credit card to preserve my emergency savings — and I have no regrets
I knew that if I allowed myself to spend that money so early on in building the new habit of saving, I might lose all the progress I made.