Keyaira Sutton, WalletHub Analyst
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Amex Blue Cash Everyday no longer offers a $150 bonus. The card offers now a $200 bonus. To earn it, you need to spend $2,000 in the first 6 months after opening an account. The $200 bonus is applied to the account as a statement credit, which will show up 8 to 12 weeks after meeting the spending requirement.
While the Blue Cash Everyday $200 bonus is far from the biggest bonus on the market, it’s still a good deal for a card that has a $0 annual fee. And the bonus is a 5% return on the money you have to spend to get it, which is higher than the card’s ongoing rewards rate.
Blue Cash Everyday® Card from American Express
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