How to maximize your credit card rewards - Part 5

Some card issuers have rules about how certain stores should be coded and whether or not they should be in a bonus spending category. Even though you can buy groceries at Walmart or Target, for example, many credit cards won't give you rewards for doing so.

When you redeem your rewards points in a certain way, some issuers, like Chase, will give you more value for them. Depending on the card, points redeemed through Chase's Ultimate Rewards portal can be worth more than they were before.

Lastly, some cards make it hard to get your rewards or limit how much cash back or points you can get all at once. You should also pay attention to what kind of redemption gives you the most value. Based on the rules of the card issuer, the value of cash back, statement credits, gift cards, and travel accommodations will vary.

In either case, it's important to know how to turn your spending into rewards, and a simple and flexible system for doing so can go a long way.

If you use credit cards wisely and don't borrow more than you can pay back, they can be a great way to earn rewards on purchases. Most of the best rewards credit cards come with a lot of extra perks and card benefits in addition to the points, cash back, or miles you can earn. Even though the world of credit cards with rewards can be confusing, knowing how to get the most out of your credit card rewards can help you get the most out of your spending.

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