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I only use my JetBlue as I always fly with JetBlue, and it is my only card now. I see that Costco now accepts Visa cards and offers good rewards, do you think Costco card will be good for me, I shop there a lot? And what will I be able to use earned cash back for? Will I be able to use it for travel?

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There is, indeed, a Costco Visa credit card that is issued by Citi Bank. The card offers good rewards on purchases. Being more specific, you will earn 4% cash back on gas purchases, 3% cash back on restaurants and travel purchases, 2% cash back on Costco purchases, and 1% everywhere else. All cash back you earn can be redeemed for purchases at Costco. You won’t be able to use cash back you've earned anywhere else. This card is worth when you do most of your shopping at Costco. If not, you may want to apply for a different credit card.
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      The annual fee is $59 but it is waived for the first year, which means you won’t need to pay an annual fee for the first year of cardmembership.

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