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Discussion in 'Off-Topic Chat' started by Coiled, Dec 9, 2018.
If you don't pay off monthly then you "probably" won't make money.
Chase Freedom. We enjoy the free money at the end of the year.... or mid year... or anytime you wish. We never carry a balance and they take care of us. Everything goes on the card.... and they back us 100%. If there is a discrepancy, we let chase know and they always squeeze the merchant.
Last time our card got compromised, chase overnighted our new cards.
BTW... times are good at the North Pole? Mrs. Claus looking confidant.
I've got a USAA Visa that is 2.5% on everything. If you have access to USAA check their current offers.
USAA. If not eligible, than see what a local credit union can provide. I cannot ever imagine dealing with the large banks. Many have come out against firearms among other issues, personally.
2.5% cash back on every purchase would be nice!
I'm in a local CU but not surprisingly, they don't offer cash back cards.
I prefer Paypal Credit for some things. As long as I pay it off within six months there is no interest. So far I have never paid any interest. I don't get any cash back but I get to use their money free for 6 months.
the guys that avoid using cash back cards are just not responsible enough to pay them off every month.
Its free money and like a 1-2% discount on every purchase you don't have to carry cash and it lets you see what you really are spending at star bucks every month and that will save you a ton.
I get 1-3 free guns a year due to cash back
It also depends on what you want air line miles or cash.
And if you do cash look real close at what you can get for that cash. In most cases if you get it turned into an amazon card or other gift card you are getting less than if you just take cash lol No Idea why.
and the worst way to use your "points/cash" is to actualy use them to purchase on Amazon they really give you a crappy return.
I have all my household bills set up for auto pay though my CC as well.