CompareCards.com Reveals Best Cash Back Credit Cards

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Special deals gives consumers chance to earn money back on purchases.

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Cash back deals are ideal for consumers who pay off their balance each month and this list provides a great resource for them to capitalize on their responsible financial decisions.

March 13, 2012 (Charleston, S.C.) – CompareCards, a leading service for consumers to compare credit cards and manage their personal finances, has announced its Best Cash Back Credit Cards of 2012 list to help consumers pick the best deals out of an expanding landscape of special card offerings and rewards programs.

Cash back cards provide a great opportunity for consumers to be rewarded for financial responsibility and earn money back on everyday purchases like groceries and gas. Tailored for people with excellent credit history, the Best Cash Back Credit Card list offers helpful information and specifics on this year’s most valuable cash back deals. The top five cards are as follows:

  •     Blue Cash Preferred℠ Card from American Express – CompareCards.com’s favorite cash back card offers an amazing 6% cash back on grocery purchases, 3% cash back at the pump and at department stores along with 1% cash back everywhere else. This card also offers a 0% intro APR on purchases for 12 months and an upfront bonus of $150 after you spend $1,000 in the first three months of ownership.
  •     Chase Freedom Visa – $200 Bonus Cash Back – Gives cardholders a $200 statement credit after spending just $500 in the first three months of ownership. This cash back card also offers a flat 1% cash back rate on all purchases with 5% cash back on rotating categories each and every month. This card has no annual fee.
  •     Capital One Cash Rewards – $100 Cash Back – This deal provides $100 cash back after spending $500 in purchases during the first three months and includes a 0% intro APR on purchases and balance transfers until March 2013. The cash back program also gives 1% cash back on all purchases and a 50% bonus on the cash back you’ve earned every year.
  •     Citi® Dividend Platinum Select® Visa® Card – $200 Cash Back – A $200 cash back bonus is as good as you’ll find for a cash back card and the Citi Dividend World MasterCard – $200 Cash Back delivers just that. A $200 statement credit comes after spending $500 in the first three months and 1% cash back is earned on all purchases.
  •     Blue Cash Everyday℠ from American Express – This special offer starts off with a $100 cash bonus after spending $1,000 in the first three months of card ownership. The card offers 3% cash back on grocery purchases, 2% cash back on gas and at department stores and 1% cash back everywhere else. There is also a 0% intro APR on purchases for 12 months and no annual fee.

All of the cards included on the CompareCards.com list of Best Cash Back Credit Cards, along with additional details on what each deal has to offer, can be found on the CompareCards.com blog or CompareCards.com YouTube feature.

“The credit card market is becoming much more diverse and people can really take advantage of consumer-friendly programs to earn extra money,” said Chris Mettler, president and founder of CompareCards.com. “Cash back deals are ideal for consumers who pay off their balance each month and this list provides a great resource for them to capitalize on their responsible financial decisions.”

With recommendations that put the consumer first, CompareCards.com provides crucial information for homebuyers, students, business travelers and others looking for guidance on credit card deals and other personal financing issues. CompareCards.com also offers live chat during normal business hours, providing visitors with access to expert credit specialists for additional assistance.

For more information on CompareCards.com, along with details on its services for consumers, just visit CompareCards.com.

About CompareCards.com
CompareCards.com serves as an efficient navigational tool in the ever-increasing space of online credit card offerings. Started as a listing resource for consumers, the site has expanded steadily and now serves as a multi-dimensional service for users to compare credit cards side-by-side and utilize additional functions to manage their credit. The site analyzes details on more than 100 leading credit card offers and has been mentioned in Business Insider, ETV Public Radio, CBS Money Watch and MainStreet.com. For more information, just visit http://www.CompareCards.com.

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