Amex Blue Cash Everyday might be your best option. Can't really beat 3% cash back at supermarkets, 2% at gas stations and select department stores and 1% on the rest of your purchases. Plus, you get a 0% APR on purchases for 15 months. This is a great card especially considering that rewards credit cards tend not to offer long 0% periods and 0% cards lack in the rewards department.
Most of the time, though, it's best to keep separate cards for separate purchases. You can get both a rewards credit card and a 0% card to focus on earning for one and financing for the other. I found some good ones on WalletHub's rewards cards page and 0% cards page. Good luck!
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