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Citi ThankYou® Preferred Card – Earn 20,000 Bonus Points

By  Curtis Arnold, Editor-in-chief
Citi, a CardRatings.com advertiser, offers a card that makes it easy to earn points toward rewards for everyday purchases with the ThankYou Network.

Capital One® Quicksilver® Cash Rewards Credit Card

By  Curtis Arnold, Editor-in-chief
Even though other cash-back credit cards reward members with rebates as high as 6 percent, those deals come with spending caps or time limitations. If you'd rather avoid the hassle of tracking your purchases, consider the Capital One® Quicksilver® Cash Rewards Credit Card, where you can earn cash back on every purchase, with no cap on earnings and no expiration.

Capital One® QuicksilverOne® Cash Rewards Credit Card

By  Curtis Arnold, Editor-in-chief
With the Capital One® QuicksilverOne® Cash Rewards Credit Card, you’ll earn cash back on every purchase with no limits – you’ll just have to pay a small fee to get this cash-back card in your wallet. This card, which is intended for consumers with average/fair or limited credit, offers one of the simplest cash back programs among all credit card issuers.

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Amber Stubbs
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Amber has been researching the credit card industry for more than nine years and has been interviewed by members of the national media including USA Today, The New York Times, Time, TheStreet.com, and The Chicago Tribune. Amber became passionate about personal finance after overcoming difficulties with her own credit.

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Curtis, a nationally recognized consumer educator and advocate, has been educating consumers about credit cards since 1998. Curtis is the author of “How You Can Profit from Credit Cards: Using Credit to Improve Your Financial Life and Bottom Line” (FT Press, 2008). He is regularly interviewed by respected members of the press.