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Daily Use Card Thoughts - Good picks or?

Amex Blue Cash Preferred for Grocery and Gas

Amex Mercedes for everything else and or

Navy Business Cash or Navy Flagship - The business goes to 2 points per $1 spend after just $4k annual spend.  That probably would outway the Mercedes or Blue base spending right??

 

Think it should be:

1.  Blue Cash for all Grocery, Gas

2.  Mercedes for Costco

3. Navy for EVERYTHING ELSE

 

Thoughts?

 

We recently opened Citi AA World Business MasterCard, US Air Business MasterCard but already passed the open bonus and not sure moving forward without spending the $30k annual on AA the benfit would really be seen otherwise.

some other cards that could be used slightly for rotation if worth it (Discover it, Chase Freedom, BofA Cash, etc.) but would really like to cut back to just a couple cards like above.

 

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Re: Daily Use Card Thoughts - Good picks or?

The Barclays Priceline card is arguably the best everyday card that doesn't have a rotating or special categories for things like Gas or Groceries.  2 points per dollar everywhere. 


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