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Does a calculator exist (AF vs No Af)?

I know it's something I can probably just script (or probably just do in excel) myself but I'm lazy. 

 

I'm just wondering if someone has already written something where you can enter your average spending in various categories and compare the Cashback you'd get from a base version of a card vs the preferred less the annual fee.

 

For example,  if you enter your yearly/monthly spending on groceries and gas you can see if the BCP is really worth the AF over the BCE. 

 

Anybody know of such?   I know for all cards this might not be as easy but in general it may. 

AMEX Blue Cash Everyday $16200, Chase Freedom $12000, Discover IT $8500, CSP $8100, Citi Thank You Preferred $4800, Amazon $4000, Capital One Quicksilver $2000, Macy's Amex $1000, Express Store Card $900.

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