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Starting today, Costco now accepts Visa-branded debit and credit cards, which means you’ll likely have to find a new go-to card to use at the wholesale club, as it no longer accepts American Express debit or credit cards. While a large majority of credit cards on the market do not offer rewards for purchases made at wholesale clubs, there are a number of cards that do. Here are some of these cards:

Best options for consumers

Costco Anywhere Visa Card by Citi

Costco Anywhere Visa® Card by CitiWhen it comes to Visa Credit Cards to use at Costco, you can’t go wrong with the Costco Anywhere Visa Card by Citi (a NextAdvisor advertiser), a brand new card for Costco members. In addition to a 7-month 0% intro APR on purchases, which comes in handy if you have to make an unplanned purchase, it also has some top-notch cash back rewards. The Costco Anywhere Card by Citi earns you 4% cash back on eligible gas for the first $7,000/year (then it’s 1%), 3% cash back on restaurants and eligible travel purchases, 2% cash back on all other purchases from Costco and Costco.com and 1% on all other purchases. Your cash back rewards are given as an annual reward coupon in your February billing statement, which can then be used for cash or merchandise at Costco. It should be noted that while this card does not have an annual fee, you must be a Costco member in order to apply.

Chase Freedom — $150 Bonus

Chase Freedom®Although Chase Freedom — $150 Bonus may not earn you 5% cash back at Costco forever, it will earn you 5% cash back at Costco and other wholesale clubs through the end of 2016. That’s because cardholders will get 5% cash back on up to $1,500 in combined purchases in bonus categories — which includes Costco from now through Dec. 31, 2016 — each quarter you activate as well as 1% on all other purchases. And when you spend $500 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening, you’ll get a $150 bonus. In addition, Chase Freedom — $150 Bonus gives you a 15-month 0% intro APR on purchases and balance transfers (with a 5% balance transfer fee). To top it off, this card has no annual fee.

Best options for businesses

Costco Anywhere Visa Business Card by Citi

Costco Anywhere Visa® Business Card by CitiIf you frequent Costco for business purposes, you may want to check out the Costco Anywhere Visa Business Card by Citi (a NextAdvisor advertiser). Similar to the consumer version of this card, the Costco Anywhere Visa Business Card by Citi comes with a 7-month 0% intro APR on purchases and earns you 4% cash back on eligible gas for the first $7,000/year (then it’s 1%), 3% cash back on restaurants and eligible travel purchases, 2% cash back on all other purchases from Costco and Costco.com as well as 1% cash back on all other purchases. Cardholders will receive a reward coupon annually that they can use for cash or merchandise at U.S. Costco warehouses. Even though the card doesn’t have an annual fee, it should be noted that you must be a Costco member to apply.

Capital One Spark Cash for Business

Capital One® Spark® Cash for BusinessAlthough this card doesn’t earn you specific rewards on warehouse club purchases like all of the cards detailed above, the Capital One Spark Cash for Business offers 2% cash back on all purchases, which means you can earn 2% cash back on Costco purchases. Plus, when you spend $4,500 in the first 3 months, you’ll earn a one-time $500 cash bonus. While the card doesn’t offer any 0% intro APR on purchases or balance transfers, it has a $0 intro annual fee for the first year ($59 after that) and doesn’t charge foreign transaction fees, which is ideal for frequent travelers.

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