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The merchant agreements precluded them from charging a surcharge to customers using credit cards. However, they have always been allowed to offer a "discount for cash." I don't know if the recent credit card reforms have now allowed them to actually impose a surcharge. I do know that they can set minimum purchase amounts for credit, which previously had been prohibited in merchant agreements.
American Express: Blue Cash Preferred (groceries, 6%; gas, department store, 3%); Gold Delta SkyMiles (Delta Air Lines, 2 miles/dollar, free checked bag).
US Bank: Cash+ (utilities, phone, internet, restaurant, 5%; drugstores, 2%).
FIA Card Services: Fidelity Amex (everything, 2%); Fidelity Visa (everything, 1.5%).
Chase: Freedom (rotating, 5%); Amazon (Amazon.com, 3%); PriorityClub (IHG hotels, 5 points/dollar); Sapphire (not in use).
*All cards are registered with PriorityClub IDine program for 8 points/dollar at participating restaurants.