You can get the Amex Blue Cash Everyday $100 initial bonus by making purchases worth $2,000 or more within 6 months of opening an account.
The Amex Blue Cash Everyday bonus will be applied to your balance within 8-12 weeks after you meet the spending threshold.
Beyond the initial bonus, Amex Blue Cash Everyday also has good rewards: 20% cash back on Amazon.com purchases for the first 6 months (up to $150 back), 3% cash back at U.S. supermarkets (up to $6,000 spent per year), 2% back at U.S. gas stations and select U.S. department stores, and 1% back on all other purchases, earned as statement credits.
Ultimately, it is worth noting that Amex Blue Cash Everyday bonus rewards never expire as long as the card is active. If your account is closed for any reason, you’ll forfeit any unredeemed rewards.
The Amex Blue Cash Everyday credit score requirement is 700, at a minimum. That means applicants for the Amex Blue Cash Everyday need good credit or better to be approved.
But your credit score is only one of the factors considered when you apply. American Express will also consider your income, existing debts, number of recently opened accounts and other things. Make sure you are aware of what American Express looks for before applying.… read full answer
Here’s what we know about Amex Blue Cash Everyday credit scores:
The Amex Blue Cash Everyday credit score requirement is 700, at a minimum. That means you’ll need at least good credit for approval.
Other requirements for the Amex Blue Cash Everyday include a steady income and a Social Security Number, ITIN or passport (Amex can access your credit reports from select countries so you don’t necessarily need a credit history in the U.S.). American Express will also look at your expenses, existing debt, credit history and recent credit inquiries.
You can check your Blue Cash Everyday application status online or by phone. To check online, visit the application status page and enter your full Social Security number (SSN) and the zip code on your application. Click “Check Application,” and you should see the status of your prior and current Amex applications. To check the status by phone, call 1 (800) 567-1083. You will be asked to enter the last four digits of your SSN and your zip code when you call.… read full answer
Your Blue Cash Everyday application status will fall under one of four categories: Approved, Denied, In Progress, or Cancelled. The online application status page will have a “next step” box with instructions on what to do once you’ve learned the status of your application.
To redeem Blue Cash Everyday rewards, log in to your online account and select “Use Reward Dollars.” Then, choose a redemption option and the amount of reward dollars you’d like to redeem. Amex Reward Dollars are the cash back rewards Blue Cash Everyday cardholders earn on each eligible purchase. Reward dollars are worth $1 apiece when redeemed for statement credits, gift cards and merchandise. You can only redeem Blue Cash Everyday rewards in multiples of $25, with a $25 minimum. Reward dollars never expire as long as the account is open and in good standing.… read full answer
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