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Gas and groceries. Back-to-school shopping. The cable bill. Even the weekly pizza nights. The everyday, oftentimes mindless purchases you make add up. But by using the right credit cards the right way, these little purchases can lead to big rewards.

From parents to foodies to travel enthusiasts, we reached out to real people to hear how their everyday spend has helped them earn points toward things such as plane tickets, date nights, Christmas shopping and more.

Our goal is to help you seize greater opportunity through smarter spending, and with the savvy spending tips and tools below, you’ll be on your way to seizing your own #CreditCardWin.

Achieving Fitness Goals

3 ways credit cards can help you achieve your fitness goals

Saving on Pets

3 ways credit can help ease the costs of pet ownership

Saving on Beauty

4 ways to use credit cards to save on your next beauty haul

Home Improvement Savings

3 ways credit cards can save you money on home improvements

Saving on Groceries

Credit cards, rewards programs add up to savings at the grocery store

Dining Out Perks

How dining out can help you earn more rewards

Kids & Cards

How credit card needs change as your kids grow up

Daily Commute Rewards

How to rack up rewards on your daily commute

Grocery Shopping Rewards

4 unexpected ways to earn rewards from grocery shopping

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Credit Card Rate Report Updated: June 26th, 2019
Business
15.61%
Airline
17.59%
Cash Back
17.68%
Reward
17.58%
Student
17.79%

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