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Charles Schwab Invest First Visa Card

We like the idea of earning 2% cash back on every purchase with a Charles Schwab Invest First Visa Card.

Most cash back credit cards only return 2% of what you spend at a few types of stores, such as gas stations and grocery stores, and 1% of what you spend everywhere else.

Schwab imposes no limit on how big your rebate can be Charles Schwab Invest First Visa(some cards cap the amount you can get back), has no minimum purchase requirements and no annual fee.

Your rebate must be deposited in a Schwab One brokerage account, but there are no fees for that and you can easily access your rewards by check or debit card. Schwab picks up all your ATM fees.

The interest rate is variable and very average — 9.99% plus prime, which works out to 13.24% right now. But this is a card for consumers who never carry a balance because interest charges quickly wipe out whatever you’ve earned in rebates.

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Comments (4)
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  1. Matt SF said:
    on May 21st at 10:51 am

    One of the best cards around in my opinion.

  2. maggie said:
    on May 21st at 05:44 pm

    wonder if the new credit card bill will make Schwab stop the ‘no limits’ parts of this card. if not, it sounds like a good card to get.

  3. BeKind said:
    on May 29th at 11:03 am

    Wish there was a sign-up bonus, it would be even better.

  4. Tim said:
    on April 19th at 01:03 pm

    Schwab has stopped accept applications for this card online as of 3/31/2010. While there has been on official word yet on existing card holders, if they decide to stop paying this rebate, they will hopefully give at least 30 days notice.