Best non-Amex cashback card

Discussion in 'Miles & points via credit cards' started by cinereus, Mar 15, 2020.

  1. cinereus

    cinereus Member

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    So far all I've found is the John Lewis which is a Mastercard and gives 0.5% (1% at Waitrose and JL) but in Waitrose vouchers. Probably works out to 0.4% cash value.

    Apart from that it's pretty slim pickings.

    Barclaycard Rewards is a Visa but is only worth 0.25% :(

    Amazon does 0.25% (with 0.75% at Amazon and £20 gift card).

    Tesco does 0.12% (with 0.25% at Tesco).

    Sainsbury Nectar gives 1% in Sainsbury and a £37.50 bonus but only 0.1% (in Nectar) at ordinary spending which is appalling).

    Same deal with M&S Bank.
     
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  2. cinereus

    cinereus Member

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    Sorry please move to MS forum.
     
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    JL has a 100,000/calendar year limit.
     
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    JoeD Well-Known Member

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    I'm lucky because I've got 3 separate old MBNA cards that are free and offer 0.5% cashback - all were formerly miles earning cards (AA etc), but got switched over when MBNA stopped the airline cards.
     
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    Thanks for advice
     

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