The best MasterCard for points is Citi Rewards+ Card since it's designed for everyday use and has no annual fee. It also offers:
15,000 points initial bonus for purchases of at least $1,000 in the first 3 months of account opening
2X points for $1 spent at supermarkets and gas stations for the first $6,000/year
1 point for $1 spent on all other purchases
0% intro APR for both purchases and balance transfers for 15 months
Perhaps the most interesting thing about Citi Rewards+ is its policy of rounding up the points earned on every purchase to the next multiple of 10. For example, if you earn 93 points on a particular purchase, you’ll get 100 points.
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