Get a $150 Welcome Bonus With This Cash-Back Card — Just for Starters

Get a $150 Welcome Bonus With This Cash-Back Card — Just for Starters
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Ka-ching! You’ll receive a $150 statement credit after spending $1,000 on the card within three months of card membership.

American Express Cash Magnet Card

American Express

Why do we like this card, besides that $150 credit? Here are the highlights:

  • You get unlimited 1.5% cash back on purchases.
  • You can easily redeem your “Reward Dollars” for statement credits, gift cards and merchandise.
  • You get an 0% introductory rate for purchases and balances for the first 15 months.
  • You pay no annual fee.
  • If you need to make a large purchase, this card allows you to set up a monthly payment plan with a fixed monthly fee and no interest charges.
Click here for all the details on this offer and compare it to others.

If cash-back is not your top priority — maybe you want to rack up hotel or travel rewards, or get a low ongoing interest rate — we’ve got your covered. You can explore all your options here on our credit card search page.

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