Cards That Yield Bonus Points For Commuting Expenses

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My husband travels to the city every day.  Most of the time, he takes the train.  How do you and/or your spouse get to work?  If you are using any means of public transportation,  certain cards give you bonus points….

Chase Sapphire Preferred Card. you earn 2 Chase Ultimate Rewards points per dollar spent on commuting if it includes operators of passenger trains, buses, taxis, limousines, ferries, toll bridges and highways, and parking lots and garages.  Learn More About The Card Here.

Chase Sapphire Reserve Card. you earn 3 Chase Ultimate Rewards points per dollar spent on commuting if it includes operators of passenger trains, buses, taxis, limousines, ferries, toll bridges and highways, and parking lots and garages.  Learn More About The Card Here.

Citi ThankYou Premier Card-As of 4/19/15 earn three (3) ThankYou Rewards points for every $1 you spend on Commuter transportation which is classified as merchants that provide suburban and local mass passenger transportation over regular routes and on regular schedules, including ferries, commuter railways and subways.  Learn More About The Card Here.

Barclaycard Arrival World MasterCard-you earn 2 miles for every $1 you spend on travel which is inclusive of trains, buses, taxis, limousines, and ferries.  Learn More About The Card Here.

Chase Fairmont Visa Signature Card-Earn 2 Fairmont Rewards points for every $1 spent on transit and commuting.  Learn More About The Card Here.

Chase Freedom Card-if it is a quarter in which local commuter transportation is a Freedom bonus category (it was 1st qtr 2016) and you use this card for such, you earn 5 Ultimate Rewards points per dollar on up to $1,500 spent in bonus categories each quarter.  So there is a maximum of 7,500 Ultimate Rewards points to earn in a quarter.  For purposes of this bonus, commuter transportation includes taxis, subways, local commuter buses and trains, but does not include parking, tolls, and Amtrak.  Learn More About The Card Here.