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Folks who like cash back cards might consider this offer because of the low minimum spending and no annual fee!
Emily and I don’t earn a commission on this card, but we’ll always share the best deals with our readers!
I’ll explain how to get this deal and if you should consider other cards first!
What’s the Deal?
When you sign-up for the BankAmericard Cash Rewards MasterCard and spend $500 on purchases in the first 90 days of opening your account, you’ll earn $200 cash back.
This is better than the normal $100 cash back offer. You’ll also get:
- 3% cash back at gas stations and 2% cash back at grocery stores & wholesale clubs on up to $2,500 in spending (combined) each quarter
- Unlimited 1% cash back on all other purchases
And you’ll get a 10% bonus on cash back when you redeem your rewards into a Bank of America checking or savings account. The minimum redemption amount is $25.
The card also has NO annual fee!
Before you get this card, you might want to consider the more valuable Chase cards because of their stricter card limits.
For no-annual-fee Chase cards, I like the Chase Freedom. Because you’ll earn Ultimate Rewards Points you can combine with the Chase Sapphire Preferred, Chase Ink Plus, or Chase Ink Bold. Then transfer the points to airline and hotel partners for Big Travel! Here’s my full review of the card.
If you already have all the Chase cards you want, it’s worth considering this deal.
Let me know if you sign-up for the $200 offer!
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