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Interactive: Top 50 cash-back credit cards

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A CreditCards.com/Bankrate.com interactive chart of 50 cash-back credit card offers.

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A CreditCards.com/Bankrate.com survey finds that the days of low, flat rewards are ending, and consumers need to pay more attention to their more complicated cash-back cards’ changing rewards structures. Listed below are 50 cash-back credit cards, listing annual fees, current cash-back offerings and if and when those rewards expire. (See main story: Cash-back credit cards survey: More generous, but more complicated)

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Credit Card Rate Report Updated: August 14th, 2019
Business
15.55%
Airline
17.50%
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17.63%
Reward
17.50%
Student
17.69%

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