No, the OppFi® Card is not a cash back credit card. In fact, the OppFi Card is not a rewards card at all, so you won’t get anything back for making purchases.
There are plenty of other cash back credit cards to consider, though. You can start your search with WalletHub’s editors’ picks for the best cash back credit cards on the market. It’s good to compare multiple options before submitting an application, to ensure that you get the most bang for your buck.
Cash back is a benefit that gets you a discount for certain purchases. In the context of credit cards, cash back is a type of credit card rewards. You can earn cash back through signup bonuses for meeting certain spending requirements, or through ongoing rewards, as a percentage of the amount spent on qualifying purchases. Some credit cards also offer cash back anniversary bonuses in the form of statement credit for qualifying purchases.
Cash back vs. miles is a frequent debate among rewards credit card shoppers, but it’s like comparing apples and oranges. Both are fruit, or rewards that you earn on every purchase, in this case. And both have their virtues, though a lot depends on your personal tastes. For example, you always know how much cash back is worth, while miles tend to be more mysterious. Miles are also associated with travel, which is fun. But much like...
The difference between cash back and points is that the former is the most versatile type of credit card rewards, as it can be redeemed for anything, and there’s never any doubt about how much it’s worth. Points, on the other hand, have a value set by the credit card company and tend to be worth the most when redeemed for travel. Credit card companies won’t always clearly disclose points values, and those values can change over...
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