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Your Estimated Net Annual Rewards The annual reward earnings, minus the average annual fee (fee / years), plus the average annual value of the signing bonus (bonus / years)
Sign Up Cash Value The actual cash value of the points given by the issuer when signing-up for a new card. Different conditions apply.
Annual Fee The amount of money charged to you each year to use the card
Purchase Interest Rate The annualized interest rate your credit card balance will be charged for purchases made with your card
Cash Advance Interest Rate Interest rate charged when taking out cash with your credit card
Interest Free Grace Period The period for which you will not be charged interest
Recommended Credit Score Minimum Credit Score required to be eligible for approval for the card when you apply.
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