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Hi all.

was wondering if anyone here had any idea of if there is a "best" credit card to pay for Amazon web services in terms of cash back or points. I searched but cannot find anything that stands out for AWS.

I have a big monthly spend there (20k)
 

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I don't think the Chase Amazon card gives 3% back on AWS payments. Nor do I think you can use a GC for it.

For recurring, maybe a Quicksilver card (1.5%) (EDIT: see post below, better option than this)? But at the same time, churn the various cards with the few $k spending requirements for the opening bonuses.

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Obviously, the fidelity Visa card at 2% is the minimum you should accept.

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Citi Double Cash, bit more streamlined redemption (can just be mailed a check, among other options) than Fidelity 2% card.

I have a fair amount of recurring charges that also don't fit into any category with more than 2% and I found this to be best card.

Edit: Citi is known to be often tight with credit lines. If you need something higher than they initially approve, I've found a  phone call or a secure message on their website to be quick and painless (approved double-to-triple initial line both times I asked).

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maybe the new ink card?

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I will stick with starwood preferred amex I think for these bills.

I use the points for lots of international travel, so kind of works out to around 3% back for me.

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