Or, consider other cards for 50,000 more miles or points that transfer into United miles with additional flexibility for your everyday spending.
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Costco has released the details of the new Costco Anywhere Visa card to existing TrueEarnings American Express cardholders – and they are much better than the old TrueEarnings Amex, according to Reddit users.
The new card, available for use on June 20th, will offer:
That’s a lot better than the existing personal TrueEarnings Amex which offers:
If you’re looking to earn pure cash back on Costco purchases, it’s going to be hard to do better than this card.
But it’s still the same as you’ll earn via the Fidelity Investment Rewards Visa which gives you 2% cash back on everything with no annual fee, including at Costco.
So it’s not like there is a lock on 2% cash back at Costco with the new Costco Anywhere Visa.
And if you’re looking for travel rewards you can get better than a 2% return a lot of ways using other Visa cards.
For example, The Chase Sapphire Preferred Card earns one point per dollar, and you can transfer the Ultimate Rewards points it earns directly into your United MileagePlus or other travel partner accounts, where you can get 2 cents or more per mile in value if you are savvy about redeeming.
Even better, you can get the new Chase Freedom Unlimited as a companion card, for no additional annual fee, and earn 1.5x points on everything you spend.
When you hold a Chase Sapphire Preferred Card you can combine points with the Freedom Unlimited, so can you leverage both 1.5x points per dollar on all your purchases and the ability to transfer points to travel partners, for great reward value without a lot of effort.
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