Walmart card: $5 per transaction, with $1 fee per transaction or 1.25% back on all purchases, on Walmart.com or in Walmart stores.
Discover card: 5% back, on Discover.com.
The card’s $25 annual fee applies to purchases made with a Discover card, which is a savings card.
The $25 fee does not apply to the Walmart card.
Visa credit card: 10% back or $75 on purchases of $500 or more.
Visa’s website doesn’t list any fees for the cards, but you can save $20 by using a Discover Visa card instead of the $25 card.
Chase Sapphire Preferred: 30% cash back, or $100 on purchases over $500, or 30% bonus on purchases made up to $500.
Chase is also offering a 30% savings bonus on Chase Sapphire Reserve.
Discover is offering a $75 gift card, or a $100 gift card with a $300 annual fee.
Discover and MasterCard are offering 30% back for purchases made on Discover, MasterCard, and Visa cards.
Visa is offering $100 back for the Walmart Visa card, but the Walmart cards aren’t included.
Chase Freedom Unlimited: 10.25 percent cash back or free shipping on all orders.
Chase has also reduced its annual fee for its Chase Freedom cards, with no annual fee or annual fee reduction.
Chase Express card: 25% cash on purchases up to a maximum of $5,000.
Chase’s website does not list a minimum balance required.
Chase Ink Plus: 5.25 points per dollar on purchases between $50 and $500 and 15% cashback.
Chase offers up to 20% cashbacks for purchases up from $500 to $2,000 and 10% cash in the first $2.5 million of eligible purchases.
Chase Everyday card: 30 miles per dollar, with a minimum spend of $250 and 10 points per $1 spent.
Chase will waive the $250 annual fee on the card.
JetBlue has cut the annual fee to $50 from $150.
United Airlines has reduced the annual fees to $80 from $115.
Alaska Airlines has eliminated the annual-fee fee on Alaska cards.
United has a few additional rewards programs, including rewards for frequent flier miles, and United is offering some bonus miles on its Signature Rewards credit card.
United is also expanding its rewards program with a new bonus program, American Express Blue Cash.
American Express is offering 10% off travel at American Express stores, with the exception of travel at U.S. stores.
American has also lowered the annual annual fee, though the new American Express card is still $200 higher than the old card.
Southwest has reduced its fee to 1.75% and is now offering $200 cash back for each dollar spent on purchases with a Southwest card, up from 1.00% and $200 each time.
The new Southwest card offers 20% bonus miles for spending $1,000 or more on travel with a United card.
Delta has reduced annual fees by $15 on all rewards cards, including the United card and the Delta Blue Rewards card.
American Airlines has also eliminated the $150 annual fee from its new American Rewards rewards program.
United reduced its fees by 2.5% on all Rewards cards, while United also reduced the $200 annual fee it was offering.
Alaska has reduced fees by 1.5%.
United Airlines is also introducing a new Southwest Airlines Rewards card, with bonus miles.
American also is offering an Alaska Airlines credit card that will be available to Alaska Airlines passengers starting in the summer.
United also has lowered the $1 annual fee charged on United cardholders, but will charge customers who use the cards on Alaska flights $1.50 per transaction instead.