I don't do tons of supermarket spend, but with the occasional gift card offer thrown in (usually for gas awards), I probably do $ 15,000/year. I was putting most of this on my 6x Hilton Surpass card, to have points for the hidden chestnuts in their old award program. But Hilton just went to a revenue program
with the points being basically worth half a cent, so now my grocery cashback is only 3% -- and that has to be taken on Hilton retail room rates.
Is there anything materially better?
I've read about the AMEX Blue Cash Preferred, and if it didn't have an annual fee, I'd probably bite. But with the fee and the other limitations, it's a bit of a yawner. Does anyone have a better idea? Is there anyway to earn at least 3% these days at supermarkets without a lot of restrictions or hassles?
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