Mogul of Pineapples
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sen7inel, how is that 17k spread out over one year? Is it evenly? If so, that would mean based on that and your other spending, the 5% would probably kick in around month 3 or 4. In other words, around 2/3 of the year you would be getting 5% on those 3 categories.
If that is your spending year to date (as in, the past 6-7 months of 2011) then it would definitely make sense for you to stick with the old Blue Cash due to the annual volume of your spending.
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