Discover IT 2% Gas/Restaurant and 1% everything else. Everything is doubled for the first year, currently last month for that and will be seeking a better card for restaurant spending. I travel for work and end up eating a out a lot.
Most swiped would be Savor probably, but definitely not the highest spend. Lots of
micro transactions for food. Sometimes 3 or more times in a day. I'm always hungry lol. Highest spend recently has been my DC.
CFU right now (0% promo). It will eventually be the DC as we get into next year.
NFCU More Rewards or Capital One Savor (grandfathered) for most swiped.
American Express Business Prime by far the most used since the start of the pandemic.
Up until 2 months ago it was my Amex BCE. Forgoing any points the next few months and all the spend goes on my NFCU Plat as I was advised that "buying a horse" would reflect positively come 91/3 and 2nd card time. It feels weird...
Bank of America Travel Rewards VS because I'm a Preferred Rewards (Gold) member) and get 25% rewards bonus. While during a pandemic it may not be as useful for travel purchases, the points can can be converted to cash back into my checking account, cash toward my statement balance, gift cards, etc. So I'm using this at the moment for my daily spend.
Also using Discover for restaurants and gas at 2%.
Right now I'd have to say it's a tie between the Amex Gold (4x dining and groceries) and Delta Business Reserve (everything else, trying to hit MQM thresholds). Amex Platinum is set for recurring streaming services because of the credit.
Bank of the West cash back world MC. It's my "food" card since it gets 3% back on groceries, restaurants, fast food.