Credit Card Rates: Gap Grows Between Rewards And Non-Rewards Cards

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The widening of the spread between rewards and non-rewards cards makes this a good time to re-evaluate the relative benefits of rewards credit cards. FoxBusiness.com reports that non-reward credit card offers declined to 14.72 percent from their previous level of 14.88 percent. Meanwhile, reward credit card offers rose to 17.27 percent from 17.09 percent.

Nonetheless, credit card customers who carry a balance should try to quantify how much they are likely to be able to take advantage of rewards programs, and compare this amount with the additional interest they are likely to pay on rewards cards to see if worth the extra percentages.

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Published on September 19th, 2011 - One Comment
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