Get $1,050 in Sign-Up Bonuses With These 6 No Annual Fee Cards
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For folks who love cash, this is a golden age of green!
Here are 6 credit cards with NO ANNUAL FEE that currently give you a cash (or almost-cash) bonus for signing-up.
Line Your Pockets With Cash Back Cards
You could potentially apply for all 6 of these cards at once!
And if you need help meeting the minimum spending requirements on these cards, check out my post on 40+ ways to meet minimum spending.
How Many Cards Should You Apply For?
Because they’re from different banks, you COULD try to get most of these cards at the same time.
I typically apply for 3 to 6 cards from different banks at a time. For example, last March, I signed-up for 6 cards and earned 265,000 miles.
Then in January, I applied for 3 cards and earned 100,000 miles and $890 in statement credits. That’s lots of Big Travel with Small Money!
However, do what you feel comfortable with!
If you’re new to miles and points, I recommend you start out SLOWLY. Sign-up for 1 or 2 cards and take time to see how this impacts your credit score.
You can get free cash (or almost cash) by signing-up for any of these 6 credit cards. Cash back cards offer the ultimate flexibility because you can use cash ANY way you want!
Because they’re from different banks, you could apply for all 6 at the same time and earn $1,050 in cash back!
Make sure you can meet the minimum spending requirements before you apply! And only sign-up for the number of cards you feel comfortable with.
Which no annual fee cash back cards will you apply for?
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