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Alliant to cap cash back at $10K spend / month

Alliant now indicates on its website that beginning on March 14, you will only earn cash back on up to $10,000 in purchases per billing cycle on the Alliant Cashback Visa Signature card. Cash back on the Alliant Cashback Visa Signature card is currently uncapped. At 3% back for the first year and 2.5% back in subsequent years, it has been one of the highest-earning cards on the market in terms of uncapped rewards on non-bonused spend.…

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Alliant Visa earns no rewards at Plastiq

We’ve received reader reports (and so has Doctor of Credit) that the Alliant Cashback Visa is no longer earning any rewards on Plastiq payments. Whether you’re in your first year of having the card and earning 3% on all purchases or earning 2.5% in subsequent years, you’ll actually earn 0% on Plastiq payments. Personally, I was surprised to hear that people were still using the Alliant card on Plastiq. I stopped using mine when most personal Visa…

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Is the Alliant Cashback Visa still worth it?

Earning miles and points is a lot of fun and I really enjoy using them for experiences I wouldn’t ordinarily buy. But I don’t use miles and points for everything. Sometimes I pay the cash rate. Or I rent a car. I often eat. All of those things require cash — and so having a great cash back card is a key to a sound miles & points strategy. My response to that need has been…

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