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What Is Cash Back?

Cash Back, Credit Cards, Home Loans
Cash back is a rewards benefit that many credit cards offer to cardholders. By taking advantage of it, you’ll receive back a prespecified percentage of certain purchases you make. Many credit card companies will provide higher cash back rates on certain types of purchases, such as airfare, gas, food and more. Cash back is just one way that credit cards offer rewards, as mileage and points are some alternatives. Before you spend too much money with your credit cards, make sure you have a financial plan in place. Speak with a financial advisor today. What Is Cash Back? The most commonly recognized style of cash back is what you have likely seen advertised as cash back credit cards. This specifically refers to earning a certain percentage of your credit card purchases back as cash re...

Activate Chase Freedom cash back categories for Q1 2021 now

Austin, Cash Back
Chase has announced the 5% cash back categories on the Chase Freedom Flex℠ and the retired Freedom card for the first quarter of 2021. From Jan. 1 through March. 31, 2021, Freedom and Freedom Flex cardholders can earn 5% cash back on select streaming services, internet, cable and phone services and wholesale club purchases (up to $1,500 in combined purchases) after activation. Besides that, the new Flex card offers 5% cash back on travel booked through the Chase Ultimate Rewards portal, 3% on dining and drugstore purchases and 1% on everything else. All other purchases earn 1% cash back. See related: Chase to launch new Freedom Flex card, add new categories to Freedom Unlimited Activation for first-quarter categories on both the Freedom and Freedom Flex launched on Dec. 15, 2020, and...

Best cards for food delivery and meal kit subscriptions

Austin, Cash Back
Credit cards for foodies are the latest trend, with more and more rewards programs and additional card benefits catering to both dining in and eating out. Restaurant and grocery bonus categories are becoming commonplace – letting cardholders rack up a few extra points or cash back on those purchases. Essential reads, delivered weekly Subscribe to get the week’s most important news in your inbox every week. Enter your email address Subscribe By providing my email address, I agree to CreditCards.com’s Privacy Policy Your credit cards journey is officially underway. Keep an eye on your inbox—we’ll be sending over your first message soon. But what about those who prefer to order delivery? If you like to take advantage of popular food delivery services like DoorDa...