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American Express Blue Cash Everyday/Preferred Offers ($150/$250 signup bonus; YMMV)

Posted 02-12-2013 by GeoffreyN at 01:44 PM
I've been checking this site occasionally to see what new credit card offers show up.

https://www.creditcards.com/cardmatch

Today I received an offer for, applied, and was approved for what is the best yet (non-targeted)
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Blue Cash Everyday offer:

$150 bonus cashback with $500 spend in 3 months
15 months of 0% purchase apr, then 12.99%

This card has no annual fee and 3% cashback on groceries (first $6000 annually - meaning a maximum of $180).
I also received the following
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Blue Cash Preferred offer:

$250 bonus cashback with $1000 spend in 3 months
15 months of 0% purchase apr

This card has a $75 annual fee (probably not waived first year), and 6% cashback on groceries (first $6000 annually - meaning a maximum of $360).
You can redeem reward dollars for statement credits in increments of $25 whenever your total available reward dollar balance is $25 or more.

Worth checking if you're interested in these offers:
https://www.creditcards.com/cardmatch
DO NOT enter SSN, just name and address.

You may need to click on the offer link multiple times, I keep getting "Amex cannot find the page you're looking for" or similar messages.
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Blue Cash Preferred offer
The 6% is up to 6,000 spent in a year after that it goes to 1% fyi
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This is what I got: (What is a "stand alone supermarket???")




Blue Cash Everyday® Card from American Express



Earn 150 Reward Dollars after you make $500 in purchases in the first three months of Cardmembership
Get 3% cash back at U.S. stand-alone supermarkets, 2% cash back on gasoline at U.S. stand-alone gas stations and select major department stores; 1% cash back on other purchases
Cash back is received in the form of Reward Dollars that can be redeemed as a statement credit
The first $6,000 of purchases at U.S. stand-alone supermarkets in a calendar year qualifies for 3% cash back; 1% thereafter
Cash back is earned only on eligible purchases
Simple and Straightforward: With the Blue Cash Everyday Card, you can start earning cash back. No rotating reward categories. No enrollment required
No annual fee, 0% intro APR on purchases for 15 months, then a variable APR, currently equal to 12.99%, with flexibility to pay over time
Terms and Restrictions Apply.
Purchases Balance Transfers Regular APR Annual Fee
Intro APR Intro APR Period Intro APR Intro APR Period
0% 15 months N/A N/A 12.99% (Variable) $0
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Quote from danandrews27 View Post :
This is what I got: (What is a "stand alone supermarket???")

My guess is any of the main grocery store chains, and independently owned ones qualify, e.g., Giant, Safeway, C-Town.

I'm pretty sure the phrasing is meant to exclude Walmart, Costco, Target, and similar superstores/wholesalers where people buy groceries also.
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Quote from danandrews27 View Post :
This is what I got: (What is a "stand alone supermarket???")
Means a Ralph's, Trader Joe's, Kroger, Safeway, etc. and not a SuperTarget, SuperWalMart, etc. Basically a store where groceries are its only business.
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Quote from Elementary_Watson View Post :
Means a Ralph's, Trader Joe's, Kroger, Safeway, etc. and not a SuperTarget, SuperWalMart, etc. Basically a store where groceries are its only business.
Exactly, you are correct. For me in the Chicagoland area, Whole Foods, Jewel, Dominick's, and Trader Joe's result in a 6% off discount whereas Meijer and SuperTarget do not.
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Blue Cash Preferred offer
The 6% is up to 6,000 spent in a year after that it goes to 1% fyi
Are you saying the 6% is only an introductory rate on groceries, and after a year then it goes from 6% to 1%?
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I did the BCE offer ($500/3 months) in December. No problems at all.
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Are you saying the 6% is only an introductory rate on groceries, and after a year then it goes from 6% to 1%?
No I believe joker21705 means that it's 6% for the first $6,000 each year. So if you spend exactly $6,000 at Whole Foods, you get back $360. Thereafter for each $100 you spend it's just $1 back.
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Are you saying the 6% is only an introductory rate on groceries, and after a year then it goes from 6% to 1%?
No, this means that the first $6000 spent each year will be eligible for 6% back.
From $6000.01 on, you get 1% back per year.
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Are you saying the 6% is only an introductory rate on groceries, and after a year then it goes from 6% to 1%?
No, any amount over $6,000 annually will get only 1%.
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Anybody know about the Visa Black Card? It must have some good benefits with a $495 annual fee. LMAO
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I believe if you have a PRG or similar Amex Charge Card you can use blue cash reward dollars (even the sign on bonus) as Membership Rewards points (correct me if I'm wrong).
Not sure where you got this from...they do not transfer to MR.
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Quote from chasebennett View Post :
Not sure where you got this from...they do not transfer to MR.
Guess I was misinformed. Corrected Post. Thanks.
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