SimplyCash Plus Business Credit Card from American Express

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SimplyCash® Plus Business Credit Card from American Express

No signup bonus at this time.
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$0 Annual Fee

Recent better offer: $500: $250 after $5K in 6 months plus $250 after additional $10K in 12 months (Expired 4/25/18)

FM Mini Review: Solid cash back card for those who spend a lot within the 5% and 3% categories.


Card Type: Amex Credit Card

Earning rate: ⚬ 5% US office supply stores and US wireless phone services ⚬ 3% your choice from list of categories (e.g. airfare, hotels, car rentals, gas stations, restaurants, select media buys, shipping,computer) ⚬ 1% other purchases. 3% and 5% rebates are capped at $50,000 per rebate year and then earn 1% thereafter. Terms Apply. See Rates & Fees

Noteworthy perks: 0% Intro APR on purchases for 15 months, then a variable rate (currently 13.99%-20.99%)

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Mike

If you have an MR-based points card, can you convert the 5% into 5x points (Similar to how you can do with URP if you have a Freedom card and a premium Chase card), or is it ONLY % cash back? I value points more than cash back.

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Great Info . Thanks.

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