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American Express® Green Card vs American Express® Gold Card
Two excellent cards for travel and dining rewards, as well as travel credits.
The American Express® Green Card costs $150 a year and offers 3x points on travel and at restaurants (Terms apply, see rates & fees). The American Express® Gold Card is more expensive, with a $250 annual fee — but it pays excellent rewards on groceries, 4x points at restaurants, dining and takeout — including Uber Eats — and 3x points on eligible flights (Terms apply, see rates & fees).
Credits are a big point of difference. The American Express® Green Card offers a $100 annual CLEAR credit and $100 annual LoungeBuddy credit; the American Express® Gold Card brings up to $120 in annual dining credits and $10 monthly Uber cash credit each month up to $120 annually.Please note: All information about American Express® Green Card has been collected independently by Finder and this card is not available through this site.
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