Amex Blue Cash Preferred vs. Amex EveryDay Preferred: card comparison

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  • The Blue Cash Preferred® Card from American Express and the Amex EveryDay® Preferred Credit Card from American Express have similar names and $95 annual fees (See rates), but there are some key differences.
  • While both cards earn bonus rewards at US supermarkets at US gas stations, the Blue Cash Preferred® Card from American Express earns cash back, while the Amex EveryDay® Preferred Credit Card earns Amex Membership Rewards points.
  • The Amex EveryDay Preferred is best for those who make at least 30 transactions in a billing period, since it offers
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Petal 1 Visa and Petal 2 Visa Credit Card Comparison

Petal (backed by WebBank) has a reputation for offering one of the best credit cards for newbies. It recently updated its credit card program with two no-annual-fee cards designed for those with no credit history or poor/average credit.

On Oct. 1, Petal launched the new Petal 1 “No Annual Fee” Visa® Credit Card and the rebranded Petal 2 “Cash Back, No Fees” Visa® Credit Card (formerly known as the Petal Visa card).

These two cards give consumers with no credit a chance to build their scores and earn cash back. The Petal 1 “No Annual Fee” Visa® Credit Card is designed for those with either no credit or average credit, and the Petal 2 “Cash Back, No Fees” Visa® Credit Card is meant for consumers with no credit or good credit.

Cardholders who have the Petal Visa card are automatically upgraded to the Petal 2 card. They will get the

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