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Citi® Double Cash Card vs Blue Cash Everyday® Card from American Express
Choose big cash back at US supermarkets or a high rate on all purchases.
The main difference between the Citi® Double Cash Card and the Blue Cash Everyday® Card from American Express is the cashback rate. The Amex card beats the Citi card only on purchases at US supermarkets where it earns a slightly higher cashback rate. But it’s safe to say, this may be a negligible difference and only noticeable if you spend up to $6,000 annually at US supermarkets. Spend more than that and the difference shrinks.
Compare the other perks offered by these cards to find the right fit for your financial needs.
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