Category Archives: Cash Back Cards

Farewell Sweet Schwab Card

Schwab Credit CardThe writing has been on the wall for quite some time. Arguably the best general purpose cash back credit card of all-time, the sweetness that was the 2% ex-Schwab card was bound to end sooner or later. Ever since the card stopped accepting new applications over a year ago, existing cardholders have been nervously speculating when the party would end. Well, doomsday now has a date: October 31, 2011.
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Citi Dividend World MasterCard – $300 Signup Bonus

Citi has a new offer for its Citi Dividend World MasterCard. You can now earn $300 cash back after you spend $5000 within the first 3 months of opening your account. That’s up from the normal $100 signup bonus you normally see for this card. While it isn’t as generous as the Chase Sapphire Preferred bonus, it’s still a nice offer for a no annual fee credit card.

For those unfamiliar with the Citi Dividend, it’s similar to the Chase Freedom and Discover More cards in that it offers a flat 1% cash rebate on all purchases, with the opportunity to earn 5% on categories that rotate throughout the year. Currently, you’ll earn 5% cash back on airlines, hotels and car rentals through September 30, 2011.

Note: This $300 bonus offer has expired. To see the current offer for the Citi Dividend World MasterCard, see this link.

Capital One Cash Rewards Credit Card Review: 1.5% Cash Back on Everything

Cap One Cash Rewards Credit CardToday Capital One announced the introduction of a new cash back credit card that rebates a flat 1.5% on all purchases. The Capital One Cash credit card works like this: Customers will immediately get 1% cash back on all purchases from day one and a 50 percent anniversary bonus on cash earned on purchases in the previous year. In addition, new cardholders will earn a one-time signup bonus of $100 after spending at least $500 within the first three months.
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Blue Cash Rebate Calculator

With Amex’s recent introduction of two new Blue Cash cards, you may be wondering which one is better for you. Or, if you’re a current cardholder, you probably want to know whether it makes sense to convert your old Blue Cash card to one of the new versions. Does it make sense to pay an annual fee for the Preferred card? How much of a rebate can you expect from each of the cards?

Check it out: Amex Blue Cash Rebate Calculator

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