Do you want to get cash back for everything you buy? If so, get a cash back credit card. Cash back credit cards give you a percentage back in cash for all your purchases. Some give one flat rate for everything you buy, while others give you up to 6% back for certain types of purchases like groceries. Most cards also offer introductory bonuses of at least $100 for spending a certain amount within the first few months. Many cash back credit cards even offer a 0% introductory APR for a year or longer, which can make them especially attractive. To find a card that is best for you, see our Personalized Cash Back Calculator or our list of the top cards from our partners we've reviewed below. To learn more about credit cards, see our Credit Card FAQs.
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