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The Best Credit Cards for Grocery Shopping, Ranked by

NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 08/29/14 -- Many consumers are now using their credit cards for everyday purchases, including groceries and gas, thanks to rewards cards that offer points for such purchases. Online credit card authority,, has announced its choices for best credit cards for grocery shopping.

The credit card ratings provided by Credit Card Chaser can help consumers get the most for their money when using their credit cards for grocery shopping. In determining the best grocery shopping cards, Credit Card Chaser reviewed a variety of sources, including reviews by customers, comparisons of features and benefits for each card, expert reviews and other industry information.

Based on benefits like cash back and 0% APR introductory offers, these are the best credit cards for the grocery shopper looking to boost their buying power:

Barclaycard Rewards MasterCard - Average Credit

The Barclaycard Rewards MasterCard for Average Credit has a number of benefits for shoppers. There is no annual fee for this card, and shoppers can earn two points for every $1.00 they spend on groceries, as well as gas and utility purchases. Cardholders will also earn one point for each dollar on every other purchase. Accumulated points can be used to pay for additional purchases. There is no limit on the number of points cardholders can earn, and no redemption fees or blackout dates. In addition, a free FICO® score is available to all active cardholders as an added bonus.

Discover it chrome

The Discover it chrome is an excellent card for anyone who wants to earn rewards for everyday purchases like gas and dining out. Cardholders earn a reward of 2% cash back on $1,000 on their combined purchases at restaurants and gas stations each quarter, plus 1% cash back on other purchases. There is a 0% introductory interest rate for purchases and balance transfers during the first 14 months, and then a variable rate APR applies. Cardholders also get access to free FICO® scores.

Discover it

The Discover it card is also excellent for grocery shopping with 5% cash back rewards on up to $1500 of purchases in certain rotating categories, plus 1% cash back on all other purchases. This card has no annual fee, no overlimit fees or fees for foreign transactions, and it also has a 0% introductory APR for purchases and balance transfers for the first fourteen months. Like the other two cards, Discover it cardholders get free FICO scores monthly. Discover cardholders also receive identity theft protection, with $0 liability for any unauthorized transactions on their card.

For any consumers who want to earn rewards and points for their everyday shopping, using a credit card for groceries and gas makes sense. These top grocery shopping cards offer excellent benefits. To see more information about top credit cards, shoppers can use Credit Card Chaser's comparison tool at:

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