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I think Amex Blue Cash ranked lower b/c some people were turned off by the fact that you have to rack up $6,500 on amex each year before the rewards really kick in, but since I put my whole life on that card, hitting that number isn't a big deal.
Almost all of the money I spend is through my primary card. Bills, food, Starbucks, groceries, everything but rent and utilities.
Cashback bonus ftw!
Also better credit, increased liquidity, buffered impact of expenses on income, audit logs, and substantial consumer protection.
Don't use debit cards for anything but ATMs.
You can leave an old card just hanging out there if you want.
Don't use debit cards for anything but ATMs.Quite.
You can leave an old card just hanging out there if you want.I recommend keeping your oldest credit card forever, as it sets the date of the beginning of your credit history and is beneficial to your score. My first credit card means that my credit history is a full 13 years.
I rarely have a use for or even carry cash.
But any legitimate retailer/restaurant/service professional/office is going to take a card.
But any legitimate retailer/restaurant/service professional/office is going to take a card.I fail to see how not accepting credit cards is shady. Credit cards generally dick the merchant over.
Chinatown, most of the places are cash only. It's just kind of accepted.