Americans, on average, spend over $5,100 a year on groceries.
Fortunately, there are credit cards that, when used properly, can save you hundreds annually. (CNBC)
The best grocery rewards cards offer up to 6% cash back at supermarkets. While they usually exclude wholesale clubs such as Costco and BJ’s, and big box stores like Target and Walmart, you can still take advantage of these rates at Whole Foods, Krogers and other big name grocers.
CNBC Select analyzed 26 popular rewards cards using an average American’s annual budget and digging into each card’s perks and drawbacks to find the best grocery store rewards cards based on your spending habits. (See our methodology for more information on how we choose the best cards.)
Runner-Up: American Express® Gold Card