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U.S. Bank Shopper Cash Rewards vs. Store Cards: When 5% Beats 6%


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Maybe the only thing more impressive than the 6% rewards tier offered by the U.S. Bank Shopper Cash Rewards™ Visa Signature® Card – NerdWallet Exclusive is the lengthy list of major retailers where that rate could apply. Among the two-dozen possibilities, you’ll find Amazon, Best Buy, Lowe’s, Ikea, Target, Walmart and more. But despite its…



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