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BankAmericard Cash Rewards Review

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You may have seen a lot of commercials for a credit card offered by Bank of America called the BankAmericard Cash Rewards™ Credit Card. Although this card offers a solid rewards program with a good interest rate and no annual fee, it’s nothing new and it’s certainly not improved. In fact, there are other credit cards that offer exactly what this card offers with additional perks you won’t find from Bank of America. For the latest details for the BankAmericard Cash Rewards offer, check with the issuer directly. From this, you can determine whether the card belongs in your wallet.

For borrowers looking for a 0 percent introductory APR on purchases and balance transfers, consider one of the Citi Credit Cards which include a 0 percent introductory APR for 18 months for both purchases and balance transfers. There is a balance transfer fee of either $5 or 3% of the amount of each transfer, whichever is greater. Six extra months to pay your bills interest free can go a long way. Customers may qualify for a Citi card easier than the BankAmericard Cash Rewards credit card. Citi is clearly another option for introductory rate needs.

Bank of America has put out a good card in the BankAmericard Cash Rewards™ credit card but you may want to compare this offer to a few other offers to determine which one fits your needs the best. For more information such as terms and conditions, visit the BankAmericard Cash Rewards application.

Important Note! The information in this article is believed to be accurate as of the date it was written. Please keep in mind that credit card offers change frequently. Therefore, we cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information in this article. Please verify all terms and conditions of any credit card prior to applying.

Updated April 1, 2016 and originally published September 9, 2011.

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avatar 1 Anonymous

Cash back rewards are always nice. It’s like getting paid to shop!

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avatar 2 Anonymous

Visa is accepted in a lot of places. I would try to get a Visa card as a backup just in case your Amex card is not accepted.

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avatar 3 Ceecee

All of these cards and the specifics make me dizzy. I wonder how long the rewards program will last—lots of banks are paring down the rewards at this point.

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avatar 4 Anonymous

I’m trying to cash in my “cash rewards” but—- as usual BOA makes it difficult or impossible. I see why BOA is in trouble
you do your best to drive customers away. your web sites are just ads WHERE IS MY CASH BACK??????

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