As streaming TV grows in popularity, every additional subscription hurts your wallet. Thirteen bucks for Netflix here, six bucks for Hulu there and 15 more for HBO — assuming you don’t cancel now that Game of Thrones is kaput — can really add up. And with new services like Disney Plus, WarnerMedia and Apple TV Plus coming soon, cord cutters have more reasons to spend another few dollars every month.One great way to save is to simply change the credit card you use to pay for streaming. The savings come in the form of cash back, which is basically found money every time you’re charged for a subscription.The Apple Card (coming this summer), Amazon Prime Visa, American Express’ Blue Cash Preferred and Uber Visa all offer cash back on select streaming video and music services. Here’s how they stack up.Which one is best for me?The more eligible subscriptions you have, the more you save, but how much depends on where you pay for them. Some cards don’t offer any cash back on certain services — there’s no 5% Netflix discount through the Amazon Prime card, for example. In those cases, the services pick up the card’s regular 1% cash back. The Amex Blue Cash card… Read full this story
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