The best rewards a BB&T credit card has come from the BB&T Spectrum Cash Rewards Credit Card; this card gives 3% cash back on gas, 2% cash back on utilities and groceries on up to $1,000 of combined monthly spend, and 1% cash back on all other purchases. With this card, you also get 10% bonus cash when you redeem rewards into your BB&T checking or savings account.
The BB&T Spectrum Cash Rewards Credit Card also offers an intro APR of 0% for 12 months for both purchases and balance transfers. Its regular APR is 13.24% - 22.24% (V) and it has a 3% (min $10) balance transfer fee.
If you are a frequent traveler, you should opt for the BB&T Spectrum Travel Rewards Credit Card. Among other travel related perks, this card offers 2 miles per $1 spent on air, hotel and car rentals, 1 mile per $1 spent on all other purchases. It is also worth noting that miles redeemed for travel worth 75% more. Its annual fee is: $0 intro 1st yr, $89 after.
BB&T rewards can be redeemed for merchandise, gift cards, cash back, airline tickets, hotel bookings, auto rental bookings, cruises, and more. You can redeem your rewards at the BB&T rewards website.
Both the BB&T Spectrum Cash Rewards Credit Card and the BB&T Spectrum Travel Rewards Credit Card have secured versions that offer the same earning rates.
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