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Themanwhocan wrote:

So now our attention turns toward the Capital One Cash Rewards card, with 1.5% cash back (1% plus 50% yearly reward bonus) ...

 

The version with no annual fee, of course :smileywink:


Or to get so many cards of different types that almost no purchase falls outside a bonus category on one of them!  I think that is more appealing to some players here...

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zyzzus wrote:
There is still Fidelity

https://www.fidelity.com/cash-management/american-express-cards

There was another credit union that had a credit card that earned 2 percent after like two or three thousand spend. Can't recall which one though.

from what I remember, fidelity card is pretty much a no rewards card without a fidelity investment account. 

 

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enharu wrote:

zyzzus wrote:
There is still Fidelity

https://www.fidelity.com/cash-management/american-express-cards

There was another credit union that had a credit card that earned 2 percent after like two or three thousand spend. Can't recall which one though.

from what I remember, fidelity card is pretty much a no rewards card without a fidelity investment account. 

 


I don't even think that you can apply for it without having some sort of an account with them. 

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Negative.

You can open a cash management account which is basically a checking account.

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jsucool76 wrote:

enharu wrote:

zyzzus wrote:
There is still Fidelity

https://www.fidelity.com/cash-management/american-express-cards

There was another credit union that had a credit card that earned 2 percent after like two or three thousand spend. Can't recall which one though.

from what I remember, fidelity card is pretty much a no rewards card without a fidelity investment account. 

 


I don't even think that you can apply for it without having some sort of an account with them. 


You do not need a Fidelity account to apply and you still get rewards if you redeem for a cheque or deposit it into a chequing or savings account. Here is the redemption chart: https://www.managerewardsonline.fiacardservices.com/cms/published/root/dcb/images/Fid_faq_Q1.jpg. There used to be 25,000 points for a $250 cheque, but they may have gotten rid of it.

 

Any Fidelity account will work with any of the cards. I have the free "Cash Management" account which is really just a chequing account, and I am able to redeem rewards into that.

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ah i see. thanks for clarifying!

 

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zyzzus wrote:
There is still Fidelity

https://www.fidelity.com/cash-management/american-express-cards

There was another credit union that had a credit card that earned 2 percent after like two or three thousand spend. Can't recall which one though.

https://www.nasafcu.com/credit-cards/

 

You're thinking of NASA Federal Credit Union and their Platinum Cash Rewards Card.

 

It says this:

 

Start earning Cash Rewards today! Rebate is based on net monthly purchases as follows:

  • 1% rebate for purchases up to $1,000
  • 1.25% rebate for purchases from $1,001 up to $2,000
  • 2% rebate for purchases from $2,001 or more


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ElCamino wrote:

zyzzus wrote:
There is still Fidelity

https://www.fidelity.com/cash-management/american-express-cards

There was another credit union that had a credit card that earned 2 percent after like two or three thousand spend. Can't recall which one though.

https://www.nasafcu.com/credit-cards/

 

You're thinking of NASA Federal Credit Union and their Platinum Cash Rewards Card.

 

It says this:

 

Start earning Cash Rewards today! Rebate is based on net monthly purchases as follows:

  • 1% rebate for purchases up to $1,000
  • 1.25% rebate for purchases from $1,001 up to $2,000
  • 2% rebate for purchases from $2,001 or more

Wow, thats pretty good.  Open to all, and earns only $15 less than Fidelity Amex on the first $2,000 a year, and has the greater acceptance.

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longtimelurker wrote:

ElCamino wrote:

zyzzus wrote:
There is still Fidelity

https://www.fidelity.com/cash-management/american-express-cards

There was another credit union that had a credit card that earned 2 percent after like two or three thousand spend. Can't recall which one though.

https://www.nasafcu.com/credit-cards/

 

You're thinking of NASA Federal Credit Union and their Platinum Cash Rewards Card.

 

It says this:

 

Start earning Cash Rewards today! Rebate is based on net monthly purchases as follows:

  • 1% rebate for purchases up to $1,000
  • 1.25% rebate for purchases from $1,001 up to $2,000
  • 2% rebate for purchases from $2,001 or more

Wow, thats pretty good.  Open to all, and earns only $15 less than Fidelity Amex on the first $2,000 a year, and has the greater acceptance.


Um, no.

 

Those are the rates per month. Each month your rate drops back to 1% or 1.25% until you spend more than $2000 that particular month, and then only the amount you spend that is over $2000 will get 2% cash back.


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Oh!  Then not so good at all!

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