+1 SM is still 5%. You just can't apply for it.
NuHere wrote:Can you guys confirm if one can still apply for it?
Keep in mind that you can easily and quickly confirm yourself by checking a creditor's site:https://www.citi.com/credit-cards/compa ... edit-cards
NuHere wrote:I just read about BoA Cash Rewards. It gives 2% on groceries (less than BCE and SM), but if combined with a BoA checking/savings account, it gives additional 10%. Would the Cash Rewards be a better option than Blue Cash Everyday + Sallie Mae?
Best is always highly subjective regardless of topic. BofA is a nonstarter for me so their products will not be best for me but YMMV. Run the numbers for your spend. Would you find 2.2% to be better? My own grocery spend requires a pair of BCP's so your suggested solutions are not best for me. Again, YMMV. Never assume subjective matters like "best" to be universal. In order for us to assess for your spend you'd need to give us some idea of your grocery spend so we can account for caps, etc. However you can easily run the numbers yourself. Cash back% is pretty straightforward math.