Alliant Cashback Visa Signature Card

Alliant Cashback Visa Signature Card

FM Mini Review: Great cash back card for everyday spend. Lack of foreign transaction fees makes this card a winner.


Card Type: Visa Signature

Base
2.5%

Earning rate: 2.5% cash back everywhere (Note that some purchases, like those from GiftCards.com, are not eligible for cash back)

Noteworthy perks: No foreign transaction fees

Related Cards (Other cash back cards)

BB&T Spectrum Rewards
Up to $1,350
$1350 after $50K spend in 3 months (Get 3% cash back in first 3 months, plus 5% year end bonus + 30% big spend bonus = $2025. Consider $1350 of that to be signup bonus.)

$0 Annual Fee

Fidelity Rewards Visa
$100 Cash Back
$100 after $1K spend in 3 months.

$0 Annual Fee

Ducks Unlimited Visa from First Bankcard

Currently there is no signup bonus for this card, but the bonus categories might make it attractive nonetheless.

$0 Annual Fee

Last updated on May 30th, 2018

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