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2% Unlimited Cash Back Visa from First National Bank

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Apply by January 3, 2018
Earn 2% Unlimited Cash Back on purchases.
Points do not expire.
No annual fee.
Variable 17.99% APR2 on purchases and balance transfers, based on the Prime Rate
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Created 12-13-2017 at 06:45 PM by Rockalittle
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Fidelity has been offering this same cashback % for a long time.
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Fidelity requires an account?
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Fidelity requires an account?
Yes and the only way to redeem with Fidelity is depositing into one of their accounts. Not exactly the same thing
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Fidelity has been offering this same cashback % for a long time.
Same percentage but you can't redeem for purchases. Only into fidelity accounts.

"You can redeem your accumulated Fidelity Rewards points on a 1-to-1 basis for cash deposits into a wide range of Fidelity accounts, including brokerage accounts, 529 College Savings Plans managed by Fidelity, Fidelity Cash Management accounts, and certain retirement accounts."


So it isn't an issue of better or worse. It's an alternative option that may be a better fit for some people.
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Same percentage but you can't redeem for purchases. Only into fidelity accounts.

"You can redeem your accumulated Fidelity Rewards points on a 1-to-1 basis for cash deposits into a wide range of Fidelity accounts, including brokerage accounts, 529 College Savings Plans managed by Fidelity, Fidelity Cash Management accounts, and certain retirement accounts."


So it isn't an issue of better or worse. It's an alternative option that may be a better fit for some people.
It auto-deposits into my Fidelity savings account and I transfer to a different bank. A few clicks, same deal.
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Yes and the only way to redeem with Fidelity is depositing into one of their accounts. Not exactly the same thing
Which can then be transferred anywhere.
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It auto-deposits into my Fidelity savings account and I transfer to a different bank. A few clicks, same deal.
It's not the same deal if you need a fidelity account just to get the money
Like I said before it's just another option it's not best or worst just different
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Same as Fidelity and Citi Double Cash. Pass.
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everyone offers 2% now, that's like the expected cashback.

if you have any appreciable savings you can get 2.65% thru BoA
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everyone offers 2% now, that's like the expected cashback.

if you have any appreciable savings you can get 2.65% thru BoA
Thanks, I'll check it out
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Same as Fidelity
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everyone offers 2% now, that's like the expected cashback.

if you have any appreciable savings you can get 2.65% thru BoA

Can you please link

As long as you can get 2.65 on every thing and not just a few items
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Can you please link

As long as you can get 2.65 on every thing and not just a few items

2.625% on everything, more on a few categories.

IF you happen to have $100,000 or more sitting over at BoA (including their investment dept Merril Lynch)


Which is the best non-category cash back card... but if you travel the Chase cards still beat it for both category and non-category, and without locking you into parking a bunch of $ with BoA.
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