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DTASFAB said:   The best deal around right now, if you haven't used it yet, is the TD Cash Rewards card that gives 5% on groceries, gas, drugstores, telecommunications, and restaurants for the first six months (and 1% in all other categories), then defaults back to 1% on everything after six months. After your six months are up, have your spouse apply for the same card and get another six months of 5% on pretty much everything. Also it's not a business card, which is nice.

Is there a spending cap on that 5%?

since they misplaced the word "only" the clause is essentially meaningless.

cKGunslinger said:   DTASFAB said:   The best deal around right now, if you haven't used it yet, is the TD Cash Rewards card that gives 5% on groceries, gas, drugstores, telecommunications, and restaurants for the first six months (and 1% in all other categories), then defaults back to 1% on everything after six months. After your six months are up, have your spouse apply for the same card and get another six months of 5% on pretty much everything. Also it's not a business card, which is nice.

Is there a spending cap on that 5%?

Not a published one. Just try not to be stupid about it.

Something to be aware of with business credit cards is that you don't get the same consumer protection with regards to disputes. Be careful about that.

DTASFAB said:   cKGunslinger said:   DTASFAB said:   The best deal around right now, if you haven't used it yet, is the TD Cash Rewards card that gives 5% on groceries, gas, drugstores, telecommunications, and restaurants for the first six months (and 1% in all other categories), then defaults back to 1% on everything after six months. After your six months are up, have your spouse apply for the same card and get another six months of 5% on pretty much everything. Also it's not a business card, which is nice.

Is there a spending cap on that 5%?

Not a published one. Just try not to be stupid about it.


Oh yeah, geographic limits. Bah!

Did you have to file Schedule C with regards to your "business"?

When you say death you mean the fact new applications are not being accepted and some online purchases are being blocked? I was unaware Priceline stopped their 2% CB otherwise?



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