Exclusively designed for those spending $50,000+ a year on their card
Unlimited Cash Back: 3% cash back in year one & 2.5% cash back after
No limit to the cash-back awards you can earn
No foreign transaction fees
Generous credit line
$99 annual fee, waived the first year
Works with Google Pay, Apple Pay and Samsung Pay
$0 fraud liability guarantee from Visa
Rates, fees & offers
$0 the first year, then $99
Earn 3% cash back in the first year
Min APR: 12.49%, Variable
Max APR: 14.99%, Variable
Balance transfer fee
Foreign transaction fee
Recommended credit score
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Editor's overall rating
Pros and cons
High rewards rate
No foreign transaction fee
Has annual fee
The Alliant Cashback Visa® Signature Credit Card is one of the highest-earning flat-rate cash-back cards you can find, offering a whopping 3% cash back on all purchases in the first year of card ownership and 2.5% on everything after that.
But there are a few potential speed bumps, including a cost of card ownership. There's an annual fee of $0 the first year, then $99. The card also has neither an upfront sign-up bonus nor a 0% intro APR period, and you'll be required to join Alliant's credit union before you can apply for this product.
For more information about the card, check out our full review.
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