Cost of living is on the rise, and using a good credit card can offset most if not all of the price increases we face these days. If you’re not using a these credit cards for your groceries, you may be leaving as much as 8% discount on the table. Ouch.
Citi Cash Back
Perhaps the easiest card to use on this list, the Citi Cash Back gives a generous 8% cashback for groceries. You also get 8% cashback on petrol, and 6% on dining, making this a very useful card indeed. The only thing you need to do is to spend at least $800 a month to hit the minimum spend, and the cashback maxes out at $80 ($1,000 spend at 8% earn rate).