Cash Back Rewards Questions

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User Questions & Answers about Cash Back Rewards

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Cash back rewards are one of the popular rewards among consumers. If you are the one who prefers cash back but cannot find a proper offer for you or have some questions, then you are at right place. Here our experts will help you to make you choice.

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I’m thinking about getting a Room Place credit card. Does it come with any discounts or special customer perks?

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The RoomPlace credit card gives cardholders advanced notice of special offers and access to preferred customer offers. They're pretty secretive about what those offers may be, or how much they might save cardholders. Unlike most store ... Continue reading
I like Z Gallerie Furniture and I’m thinking about getting a bedroom set from them. Does the Z Gallery credit card come with any discounts? Should I get the card to help with my purchase?

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The Z Gallerie credit card does not come with a first-purchase discount. However, you'll get $25 back for every $500 you spend. Continue reading
I’m thinking about getting a Burkes credit card. Does it come with any special discounts or other features?

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The Burkes Outlet credit card has a few special perks for Burkes customers. You'll earn double points on all Burkes purchases (standard rewards program members get only one point per dollar spent), a 15% discount on Mondays and Fridays and $5 for every 200 points you earn. The card is free, too. There ... Continue reading
Can I use the Z Gallerie credit card at other furniture stores?

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The Z Gallerie credit card is designed to be used at Z Gallerie store locations and for purchases from ZGallerie com. It cannot be used to make purchases from other stores. If you want a more flexible card that still earns rewards, consider getting a general rewards credit card. There are a variety of ... Continue reading
I currently have a sizeable balance on my Z Gallerie credit card. I’m considering getting another card and transferring my balance to that card. Which card should I get?

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General credit cards often have lower interest rates than store cards. If you transfer your balance to the right card, you could potentially save a lot of money. Look for a card that allows balance transfers and that does not charge a transfer fee. While those fees are typically only 3%, they can add up ... Continue reading
I love shopping, but I think I could be getting more out of it if I had a credit card that gave me rewards for all my retail therapy sessions. I just don’t know which one to get. Can you help me figure out what card is right for me?

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If you're a shopper, there's nothing better than having a credit card that gives you cash back or points for every purchase you make. Continue reading
I am looking to apply for Younkers card but my credit is slightly above 650. Will I qualify for it?

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No matter what card you have your eye on whether its a younkers credit card or a travel reward loaded card a good credit score is needed for approval. Continue reading
My Edward Jones Mastercard isn’t giving me the rewards I’d like. How can I find a card that’s better for my own personal needs?

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You don't say what those particular needs are, but I will hazard a guess that you'd like more flexibility in how you redeem your rewards, along with more ways to earn those rewards. One good option is a credit card that offers 5% cash back in rotating categories. Continue reading
If I use my regular credit card to buy things at an LL Bean sale, am I getting the same discount as someone with the store card? Should I apply for a different credit card to get the most savings at each place I shop?

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That's a good question; it's easy to wonder whether you're getting the best deal when you use different brands of credit cards to make different purchases. Continue reading

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Unlimited 1.5x rewards on every purchase, every day. For every $1 you spend, you earn 1.5x Miles.
For Excellent, Good Credit
Earn cash back twice on every purchase with unlimited 1% cash back when you buy, plus an additional 1% as you pay for those purchases.
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Get a dollar-for-dollar match of all the cash back you’ve earned at the end of your first year, automatically.
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