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Posted On Oct 15 2017 by

# Review: Walmart Credit Card The Walmart MasterCard offers 3% cash back on Walmart.com purchases and 1% cash back on Walmart store purchases, 2% cash back on gas purchases at Walmart and Murphy USA gas stations, and 1% cash back on all other card purchases. (Cash back is given as a statement credit, reducing your Walmart credit card bill by the amount you ve earned in rebates.) It has no annual fee and there is a chance you could get instant approval at a somewhat reasonable (for a retail credit card) 17.65% interest rate, but you could also get stuck …


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Posted On Aug 5 2017 by

# The top 5 credit cards in Canada for travel rewards Despite concerns that perks would be scaled back in light of a recent decision to cut transaction fees. loyalty rewards haven t taken a hit this year. “We have not seen this happen yet, Patrick Sojka, founder and principal at RewardsCanada, said (more on that below). Annual fee cards BMO’s premium card is tops in the annual fee category, “what we would consider to be the most popular category of cards for Canadians,” the blog says. The $150 annual fee is waived for new sign-ups, who are also credited …