It has 5% gas, 5% groceries, and 5% bookstore (Amazon) year-round (with monthly caps). We tend to rack up more cash back on that card than any other single card, and there are no categories to juggle or sign-ups to remember. Ever so happy with it.
Great addition Krial! It’s perfect for Free Money Friday!
In addition to the 5% Krial mentions, the Sallie Mae MasterCard from Barclaycard also has a $25 sign up bonus.
Your participation in the rewards program may end if your credit card account is inactive for 13 months or more.
Rewards used to pay down student loans reduce the total amount owed on the loan but are not applied to payments due.
More on Sallie Mae
Earning Points. Earn 5% cash back on the first $250 you spend per month on eligible gas and grocery purchases each and the first $750 you spend per month on eligible book purchases. 1% cash back on every other purchase you make.
Redeeming Points. You can redeem your points in the form of a statement credit, get a rewards credit applied to help you pay down your eligible Sallie Mae student loan, or redeem as cash back in your Upromise account.
Upromise. To redeem your points for Upromise cash back, you need to create a Upromise account if you don’t have one.
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