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SimplyCash® Plus Business Credit Card

NOTE: THIS CARD OFFER IS CURRENTLY NO LONGER AVAILABLE. BROWSE OTHER AMERICAN EXPRESS CREDIT CARDS.

At a Glance

Small business owners who want cash back when buying things for their small business will want to examine the benefits offered by the SimplyCash® Plus Business Credit Card. Cardholders can earn 5% cash back at U.S. office supply stores and on wireless phone services bought directly from U.S. providers, 3% on purchases in a category of their choosing – including U.S. gas stations and U.S. shipping – and 1% cash back on other eligible purchases.

Ideal for Those Who:

  • Are a small business owner and are eager to earn cash back on everyday purchases like office supplies, gas, and even cloud computing
  • Want the peace of mind that comes with a card that allows you to spend above your limits to cover business expenses
  • Do not want to pay an annual fee

SimplyCash® Plus Business Card Review

If you want a business card that caters to the needs of your up-and-coming company, then the SimplyCash® Plus Business Credit Card from American Express may be for you. Aside from 5% cash back on purchases at U.S office supply stores and services from U.S. wireless phone providers, this card offers 3% cash back on purchases in a U.S.-specific category that you can select. This list of categories will be familiar to business owners with regular expenses: travel (airfare, hotels, and car rentals), advertising in select media, restaurants, cloud computing, and more. To ensure that the cash back benefits keep accumulating, the card also offers 1% cash back on other qualifying purchases made.

While you can’t completely prepare for the unknown circumstances that may affect your business, the SimplyCash® Plus Business Credit Card serves as a valuable ally by allowing you to buy above your credit limit, with no overlimit fee or cap on how much you can get (or the cash back you can get, either). This is perfect for professionals who have to cover costs should disaster or an unexpected growth opportunity suddenly appear.