Major League Baseball BankAmericard Cash Rewards MasterCard

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Major League Baseball®
BankAmericard Cash Rewards™ MasterCard® credit card

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Earning rate: 2% at grocery stores and wholesale clubs; and 3% on gas up to the first $2,500 in combined purchases each quarter

Noteworthy Perks: Up to 75% bonus for Preferred Rewards banking customers
$150 after $500 spend in 90 days

No annual fee

Overview

The no-fee MLB Card offers 2% cash back at grocery stores and wholesale clubs and 3% cash back on gas up to the first $2,500 in combined grocery/wholesale club/gas purchases each quarter; and 1% cash back everywhere else.

On its own, this is a fairly poor cash back card considering that you can get a no fee 2% cash back card instead from Citibank or Fidelity. But, you can get up to a 75% bonus through your banking relationship with Bank of America and/or Merrill Edge. This makes it possible to earn up to: 3.5% at grocery stores and 5.25% on gas up to the first $2,500 in combined purchases each quarter; and 1.75% cash back everywhere else. If you have a very large banking relationship with Bank of America, this card is a great option for a limited amount of grocery, wholesale club, and gas spend.

Bottom Line

This card offers a nice and easy signup bonus, but for long term use it is a good choice only for those with very large Bank of America / Merrill Edge banking relationships.

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ronald p temple
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the link for the mlb cash back card is not working

Nick Reyes
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Sorry — we don’t have control over how certain cards are displayed. After clicking through Apply Now, select Card Type, then Bank of America. You should be able to find what you need that way.