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Most cash back credit card?

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Anybody have any recommendation of which credit company should I use. who has the best benefit / reward or cash back. thnx. I don't mind the interest as I don't plan on paying it late :)
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8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months ago
Anybody have any recommendation of which credit company should I use. who has the best benefit / reward or cash back. thnx. I don't mind the interest as I don't plan on paying it late :)
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8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months ago
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banned#1
Depends if you mean cash back or points that convert to cash back.

I know Egg do some great cash back deals, where as the likes of Tesco clubcard points on the tesco one is great too :thumbsup:
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Matrin Lewis on Money saving expert .com
Although

Itpaystowatch.com Look on the Website as he discussed the very thing tlast night :whistling:
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Foosball Chum
Depends if you mean cash back or points that convert to cash back.

I know Egg do some great cash back deals, where as the likes of Tesco clubcard points on the tesco one is great too :thumbsup:


I agree with FC - Tesco good way to cash in on the added points using the card then 4 times value in deals.

0% on balance transfers for 14 months

0% interest on purchases for 6 months....so if you pay it off every month , no charge for credit.

Hope that helps. There are some card comparison sites you could check things out at too..just cant remeber the name of one at the mo..sorry.. Might be a thread in MSE though too.
#5
thanks
banned#6
amex - 5%
banned#7
csiman
amex - 5%


for 3 months, just received my card, then up to 1.5% depending on spend over the year
banned#8
sassie;3063585
for 3 months, just received my card, then up to 1.5% depending on spend over the year


good for christmas spending then dump it :thumbsup:
banned#9
csiman
good for christmas spending then dump it :thumbsup:


yeah, is up to 1.5% after not good then?
banned#10
sassie;3063631
yeah, is up to 1.5% after not good then?

yes but I found that most places dont accept amex so I just use my tescos card (1% cashback and 1p in the £ clubcard points).
banned#11
csiman
yes but I found that most places dont accept amex so I just use my tescos card (1% cashback and 1p in the £ clubcard points).


WHAT :w00t: Oh chuffin brilliant, i thought american express was a good card :oops:
banned#12
sassie;3063664
WHAT :w00t: Oh chuffin brilliant, i thought american express was a good card :oops:

next time you buy something online, see if they take amex. a lot dont.
banned#13
csiman
next time you buy something online, see if they take amex. a lot dont.


well thanks for that, thank gawd i aint yet cancelled my other one, i was cancelling my other today as want rid of it, this was to tie me over till i find or got accepted for a decent one :oops:

does it come under american express or amex, just checked amazon and hmv and both say american express
banned#14
it all depends which card you have. Amex do a American express card and also an amex visa card. different cards entirely.
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csiman
it all depends which card you have. Amex do a American express card and also an amex visa card. different cards entirely.


the front of my card is silver, with american express written across it, no visa signs on it or anything


just checked online and its the The Platinum Cashback Credit Card (got the little blue american express icon on back)
#16
The cc with high cashbacks are usually hard to apply unless you have very good credit history. So keep that in mind before applying for them.

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