Category: A) Cashback rates of personal credit cards




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$20 off $100 or more Walmart purchase – Walmart : Credit Card; Exp. – unknown

By , January 7, 2013


Terms copied from Walmart website on 1/6/13:

Offer subject to credit approval and cannot be combined with any other offer. To qualify for this offer you must (i) apply and be approved for either a consumer Walmart Discover® card or Walmart Credit Card online via Walmart.com, and (ii) make a single-receipt purchase online at Walmart.com of at least $100 the same day you open your account (excluding cash advances and gift card sales). Regular credit terms apply. For the Walmart Discover® card, $20 will be added to the cash rebate earned on the credit card and is subject to the How to Earn Cash Rewards terms. For the Walmart Credit Card, a $20 credit to the account will appear within 1-2 billing periods after the qualifying purchase is made. Offer is valid for newly opened accounts only and each account is eligible for only one $20 offer.

Open a Walmart Credit Card or Discover Card and get $20 back on your first purchase of $100 or more made the same day you open your new account.*. Walmart's credit cards give you the flexibility you want for making the purchases you need, with great benefits and no annual fee Click here for rate and fee information. Earn cash back** on every purchase when you use your Walmart Discover Card. Even better, use your Walmart Discover Card or Credit Card at the gas station and you'll save money at the pump with a discount on fuel.*** Open Walmart Discover Card or Credit Card at Walmart.com today and start saving.

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Up to 5% cashback, 0% APR on purchases for 6 months – Discover : Discover® it for Students; Exp. – unknown

By , January 4, 2013


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Discover forces all websites to have this:

The new Discover it card is out to change the way people think about credit cards.
Fair...No annual fee. No overlimit fee. No foreign transaction fee & no pay-by-phone fee. No late fee on your first late payment. And we wont increase your APR for paying late.*
Plus a Cashback ConcerigeSM who guides a free, personalized online tour to help you get the most rewards for how you use your card.
Generous...5% cash back at restaurants and movies right now through March on up to $1,500 in purchases with free and easy sign-up. And 1% cash back on all other purchases.*
Flexible...Choose your own due date and pay up to midnight ET online or by phone.
Human...talk to a real person any time with 100% U.S.-based service.
Safe...Because you'll never pay for unauthorized purchases with our $0 Fraud Liability Guarantee.
0% Intro APR on purchases for 6 months. Then the variable purchase APR applies, currently 12.99% - 18.99%.

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1.25% cashback, 9.9% APR – USAA : USAA Cash Rewards World MasterCard; Exp. – unknown

By , December 31, 2012


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Terms:

Earn rebates up to 1.25% on your everyday purchases.

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1.25% cashback, 9.9% APR – USAA : Active Military MasterCard; Exp. – unknown

By , December 31, 2012


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Note:

Since the card application page states that "Military service members also get these special benefits", I assume that non-military people can apply for this card too.

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5% cashback on gas, 1.25% cashback on other purchases – Fort Knox Federal Credit Union : VISA Platinum card; Exp. – unknown

By , November 26, 2012


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Note: Anybody can join this CU via American Consumer Council .

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Why Prefer Amex Personal Cards?

By , October 15, 2012
Personal charge and credit cards with great features and benefits.

Offers zero introductory annual fee in the first year.

Reward bonus miles of 30,000 after the first $500 purchases made within three months.

Automatic earning of two miles for every dollar spent on qualifying Delta purchases and Delta Vacations purchases.

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5% cashback at gas stations, supermarkets and drugstores for 12 months, $150 bonus (10000 bonus points) – Citibank : ThankYou Preferred Card; Exp. – unknown

By , April 14, 2012


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Terms:

Earn 5 points per $1 spent at supermarkets, drugstores and gas stations for the first 12 months; 1 point per $1 spent thereafter

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