Credit Card Review: Costco Anywhere Visa Card by Citi

Most of the credit cards I’ve review focus on earning airline miles, hotel points or some form of transferable points (Chase Ultimate Rewards, Citi ThankYou Points or AMEX Membership rewards). However,¬†when I talked about the differences in reward credit cards, there was another category I mentioned – the cashback card. This type of card won’t get you overseas in a fancy cabin, but it may help you pay the taxes on the ticket you’re purchasing with miles you’ve earned in a different program. Taking into consideration that many cards today offer business and first-class tickets at large discounts, it may be a better value to buy a ticket with cash instead of redeeming miles. A cashback card can help to offset those out of pocket expenses.

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What’s The Best Credit Card To Maximize Earnings For Gas Purchases?

If you spend a lot of money each month filling your car with gas, it makes sense to maximize your return on those expenses. Many credit cards offer bonuses on gas purchases. It’s a smart business choice because using a card for gas means that card will always be in your wallet or purse and you’re more likely to use that card for other purchases besides when you go to fill up the tank.

Which card is the BEST? It depends on what type of reward you want to earn (cash or points), if you want to pay an annual fee and if you want an all-around card or a card that’s just for gas purchases. This is one of the instances where¬†Your Mileage May Vary. Here are some of the cards available, with an above-average return on gas purchases.

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