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Old 03-18-2008, 09:08 AM   #1
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Somewhere on here I read where some people were getting money back each year off credit cards used. One of those was the chase another was the Amex Card. Is this amex card a special kind? Example I have three chase cards none are the freedom and the freedom is the only one that pays back a percentage on purchases. And unfortunately until we pay off the other three we dont qualify for the freedom. I have the Amex Clear Card but cant find anything except a 25 dollar gift certificate for every 2500 dollars spent. Any assistance would be appreciated.
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Somewhere on here I read where some people were getting money back each year off credit cards used. One of those was the chase another was the Amex Card. Is this amex card a special kind? Example I have three chase cards none are the freedom and the freedom is the only one that pays back a percentage on purchases. And unfortunately until we pay off the other three we dont qualify for the freedom. I have the Amex Clear Card but cant find anything except a 25 dollar gift certificate for every 2500 dollars spent. Any assistance would be appreciated.
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Old 03-18-2008, 09:51 AM   #3
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Hi Lee,
Go here to see all the AMEX cards. On the left side of the screen, choose cash back. The screen will change to show only the cash back credit cards. You can then make your choice.
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I use the AmEx jetblue card and get jetblue points for flights.Havent cashed in yet but am real close to 2 roundtrip tickets.My citibank pays me money back ,right now we just let it roll over every month.I have a contruction business and started paying my materials with the amex,might as well make it work for me.
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Thanks for your answers. I appreciate the help. In my travels today someone told me its the AMEX Blue. So will look into it.
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5% on gas/diesel purchases of less than $75 (Too many people were using it on thier RVs )
5% on Cell service
5% on certian hotel chains
5% on Office Suppiles (not sure about the details on this one)
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