otter wrote:Getting back to the OP's post... you're usually better off staying away from those kind of cards. If you want to donate to the NRA or whatever organization fits your philosophy, better to do it with cash and stick to cards which serve your own financial goals. Seen many cards like that over the years (progressive, single-issue, conservative, libertarian, etc) and they've all been terrible.
Interesting that when you go to the NRA Visa website, they tell you all about how they "support the NRA" but don't mention how they do it. Do they donate a percentage of each transaction? A flat amount per transaction? I can't find the info.
Point is, a direct donation is tax deductible. You know how much is going to your favorite cause.
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