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The reward credit card sector has been hit hard in recent years, largely the result of the EU interchange cap ruling in 2015 that limited the amount card providers could charge businesses for accepting card payments, which saw many providers cut their rewards in an attempt to remain profitable. However, our latest analysis of the market shows tentative signs of competition returning to the sector, with several providers improving their reward offerings in recent weeks.
Reward credit cards can be a great way to get something back from your everyday spending, with many allowing you to collect points that can be used for anything from the weekly shop to flights and hotel stays. This means finding the right deal could really pay off, so to help show you the kind of thing available, we've compiled a list of just some of the improvements to hit the market since the start of May:
As you can see, things are looking up for the reward credit card sector, which means now could be a great time to see what's out there, by checking out the best reward credit cards available. Happy shopping!
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