How to Get Cash Back and the Best Price on Every Purchase — Plus a $150 Cash Bonus

How to Get Cash Back and the Best Price on Every Purchase — Plus a $150 Cash Bonus
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There is a dizzying array of sales and offers during the holiday season. It’s pretty hard to feel confident that you’ve got the very best deal out there. But here’s a credit card that offers you several foolproof ways to save on gifts, dining out and entertainment throughout the season.

Capital One SavorOne Cash Rewards

Capital One

Here’s why we love it: Not only will you get cash back when you use this card to purchase anything from electronics to cocktails, but you’ll get a $150 cash bonus after making $500 worth of purchases within three months of opening this account.

Plus, this card gets top marks for price protection, allowing you to get a refund for the difference between what you paid on an item and a lower price advertised later. “In other words,” WalletHub explains, “credit card price protection can eliminate your fear of missing out on a better deal, allowing you to both buy with confidence and save money.” Yay!

Highlights:

  • Earn a $150 cash bonus after spending $500 within three months of opening the account.
  • Earn unlimited cash back: 3% on dining and entertainment, 2% at grocery stores and 1% on everything else.
  • Pay no foreign transaction fees.
  • Pay no annual fee.
See more details and compare with other card offers here.
Whatever you need in a credit card — balance transfer, low interest rate, travel rewards points, you name it — you can find it in our credit card search tool. Click here to explore.

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