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Nearly midway through the year, shoppers are likely to see some of the best bargains since January. However, a few items are almost certain to drop in price, and waiting may pay handsome dividends.
Here's what makes those rewards cards so rewarding, plus 3 cards that aren't so great.
An offer of a $9 pizza if the longshot Wichita State team wins the tournament is no deal at all.
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