The Bank of America Cash Rewards grocery stores list includes traditional supermarkets, wholesale clubs, bakeries, meat lockers, dairy product stores, and candy stores, among others. These merchants give 2% cash back (up to a quarterly cap) on all purchases made with a Bank of America Cash Rewards card. Superstores like Target and Walmart are not considered qualifying locations, nor are smaller drug stores or convenience stores that sell groceries.
There is no list of all the specific qualifying locations in the grocery stores category, but you can figure out which stores count for the bonus cash back rate by using the Visa Supplier Locator. MCCs for the types of grocery stores that qualify for the Bank of America Cash Rewards card’s bonus cash back include:
Grocery Stores/Supermarkets: 5411
Wholesale Clubs: 5300
Freezer/Meat Locker: 5422
Candy/Nut/Confection Stores: 5441
Dairy Product Stores: 5451
Miscellaneous Food Stores: 5499
After you enter the Merchant Category Codes and the town or city in which you plan to shop, the Visa Supplier Locator will show you the locations that offer 2% cash back on the BofA Cash Rewards card. In all likelihood, you probably won’t have trouble getting cash back wherever you shop for groceries.
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