According to FICO score range, which is commonly used by credit card issuers, your credit is fair. It means you can apply for any credit card for people with fair credit. Most fair credit cards come with different rewards programs, including cash back rewards.
As a rule rewards credit cards come with an annual fee, so be ready to see this fee when you apply for a credit card. Also, pay attention to the interest rates. You may come across credit cards with 0% intro APR but you should check ongoing APRs as introductory rates won’t last forever.
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