Category Archives: Cash Back Cards

Huntington Voice Credit Card: 3% Cash Back on Category of Your Choice

Huntington Voice Credit CardThe Huntington Voice credit card, issued by Huntington Bank, isn’t the best cash back credit card on the market, but it’s still a nice card that deserves more attention. The Voice™ card earns 3 points per dollar spent on a single category that you choose, on up to $2,000 in spending per quarter and 1 point per dollar on all your other purchases, with no annual fee and no foreign transaction fees.
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Bank of America Preferred Rewards = Top Tier Credit Card Rewards for Customers with Deep BofA Ties

Bank of America Preferred Rewards ProgramLast year, Bank of America introduced Preferred Rewards, a loyalty program that rewards clients for having an extensive relationship with Bank of America, Merrill Edge and Merrill Lynch. This week, it launched a national ad campaign to publicize the program. Why is this interesting to credit card consumers? Because with the bonuses you earn at the highest level, it’s possible to earn 2.625% cash back on general spending or 5.25% cash back on gas–numbers that eclipse the maximum possible on other cards.
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Citi Double Cash Card – 2% Cash Back on All Purchases with No Annual Fee

Citi Double Cash CardEver since Barclaycard changed the terms on its Priceline Visa, there hasn’t been a Visa/Mastercard on the market that offers a flat 2% cash back on all purchases with no annual fee. The new Citi® Double Cash Card changes that, and in so doing, catapults itself into the running for the title of the best general purpose cash back credit card.
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Best Cash Back Credit Cards – 2014

What are the best cash back credit cards?Looking for the best cash back credit card? Your search ends here. Below you’ll find a list of only the best offers in the most complete, unbiased review of cash back cards that you’ll find anywhere.

While most of the cards that made the cut this year remain the same, unfortunately, over the past year, we saw most of the top cash back credit cards receive a downgrade in benefits. Some cards, such as the Priceline Rewards Visa, underwent changes to their rewards programs that caused them to go from being among the best to falling from the list completely. (Fortunately for existing Priceline cardholders, they are currently grandfathered into the old rewards program. That program, however, is no longer available to new applicants.) Other former top picks, such as the US Bank Cash+ Card, went from being a great pick for nearly anyone to more of a niche pick. Read on to get all the details.
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Capital One Quicksilver Rewards – Flat 1.5% Cash Back on All Purchases

Capital One Quicksilver Visa SignatureCapital One recently launched the Capital One Quicksilver Rewards card, a new cash back credit card that earns an unlimited 1.5% cash back on all purchases. The Quicksilver Rewards card replaces the old Capital One Cash Rewards card, which also earned 1.5%, but on a delayed schedule. While the Cap One Cash card earned a 1% rebate immediately, you only received the other 0.5% rebate on your card anniversary. The Quicksilver card promises to deliver your 1.5% cash rebate immediately, allowing you to redeem your cash back for any amount at any time, in the form of an account credit, check or gift card.
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No More 2% Rebate for the Priceline Visa?

Priceline Rewards VisaAre the days of earning at least 2% cash back on all purchases for the Priceline Rewards™ Visa® Card numbered? For existing cardholders, the answer to that question is unclear.

What does seem to be the case, however, is that the previous, excellent offer that earned 5 points per $1 spent on “Name Your Own Price” transactions at Priceline.com and 2 points per $1 spent on all other transactions is no longer available to new customers.
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Big Changes Coming for US Bank Cash+ Visa?

US Bank Cash Plus Credit CardFor a while now, there have been rumors swirling about that US Bank would be tweaking the benefits for its excellent Cash+ Visa Signature card. And honestly, given how lucrative the program currently is, it would be surprising if US Bank let it continue on in its current form forever. Particularly with all of the prepaid card churners that the Cash+ card has attracted, the program can’t be sustainable as it is.
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Best Cash Back Credit Cards – 2013

What are the best cash back credit cards?If you’re looking for the best cash back credit cards available today, you’ve come to the right place.

Below you’ll find a list of only the best offers in the most complete, unbiased review of cash back cards that you’ll find anywhere. While many of the cards that made the cut this year also appear on last year’s list, there are a few new additions. In particular, the top two cards on this year’s list are among the newest offers. Read on to get all the details.
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