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A complete list of credit cards with limited-time bonus rewards on groceries, streaming and takeout

Here are limited-time offers for bonus rewards on groceries, takeout and streaming subscriptions for credit cards offered by American Express, Capital One, Chase and Citi.

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Many Americans have changed their spending habits during the pandemic, canceling travel plans while stocking up on groceries and ordering takeout. And your credit card issuer has taken notice.

Since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, credit card issuers have been rethinking and adapting their rewards programs and perks to suit their customers' evolving needs. Popular luxury and travel rewards cards that usually offer primarily airline and hotel perks have updated their programs to include limited-time bonus rewards on groceries, takeout and streaming subscriptions.

Below, CNBC Select reviews the limited-time benefit changes for over a dozen credit cards from American Express, Capital One, Chase and Citi. We listed them by card issuer, so you can easily see if one or more of your cards has new perks.

However, if you don't have any of the cards mentioned below and want to earn rewards on grocery, takeout and streaming purchases, check out our roundups of the best cards for groceries, food delivery or streaming services.

This list is updated on a regular basis.

American Express

Amex has provided the most extensive updates with a variety of new perks geared toward grocery, food delivery, streaming and wireless categories across 11 of its premium cards. See below for a breakdown of the new perks, organized by shopping category and Amex credit card.

New bonus grocery rewards

Restaurant, takeout and food delivery purchases are now eligible for annual hotel credits

New streaming and wireless statement credits

  • American Express® Green Card: Receive up to $80 in statement credits on wireless telephone services purchased directly from U.S. service providers (up to $10 per month from May through December 2020). This helps offset the card's $150 annual fee, which increased from $95 last October. (See rates and fees.)
  • The Platinum Card® from American Express: Receive up to $320 in statement credits on select streaming and wireless telephone services purchased directly from U.S. service providers (up to $20 per month on each, from May through December 2020). 
  • The Business Platinum Card® from American Express: Receive up to $320 in statement credits on wireless telephone services purchased directly from U.S. service providers and U.S. purchases for shipping (up to $20 per month on each, from May through December 2020).

Remote work benefits for business owners

Find out more about the new Amex benefits in streaming, wireless, grocery and dining categories that run throughout different times of the year.

Capital One

Capital One is offering new, increased cash-back rates on streaming services for its Savor cards.

Capital One also temporarily expanded redemption options for Venture and Spark Miles cardholders to include additional statement credit options, such as food delivery, takeout, streaming and phone services through September 30, 2020. Below are the options for both personal cards and business cards.

Learn more about how you can now use your Capital One miles for food delivery, takeout and streaming services, for a limited time.

Chase

On May 28, 2020, Chase announced several new changes for Sapphire cards:

  • New Pay Yourself Back feature maximizes the value of your Ultimate Rewards® points: When you redeem points for statement credits on purchases at grocery stores, dining (including restaurants, takeout and eligible delivery services) and home improvement stores, such as Home Depot and Lowes, points receive 50% (Chase Sapphire Reserve®) or 25% (Chase Sapphire Preferred®) more value. Simply choose an eligible purchase you made in the past 90 days, apply points for all or part of the purchase and you'll get a statement credit. Valid May 31 through September 30, 2020.
  • Chase Sapphire Reserve® cardholders also benefit from more flexibility with their annual $300 travel credit: Gas station and grocery store purchases will now count toward earning your travel credit from June 1 through December 31, 2020.

These new updates expand on the changes Chase made in early May, when Chase introduced bonus rewards on groceries for the majority of its credit cards, including the popular Sapphire cards and most co-branded cards. Eligible cardholders can benefit from earning 3X or 5X points/miles per dollar spent on groceries with a maximum of $1,500 in eligible purchases through June 30, 2020.

Here's a breakdown of the rewards you can earn on grocery shopping:

5X rewards

3X rewards

Read how Chase Sapphire and co-branded credit cards now earn bonus rewards on groceries for a limited time.

Citi

Similar to how Amex changed its annual hotel benefit on select cards, Citi made temporary changes to the Citi Prestige® Card's annual $250 travel credit. Previously, this credit only applied to travel purchases, such as airfare and hotels, but now cardholders can receive a credit up to $250 for eligible purchases at supermarkets and restaurants through December 31, 2020.

In addition to travel credit changes, Prestige cardholders can earn 5X ThankYou points on all online purchases up to 7,500 points, through August 31, 2020. Eligible purchases include online grocery orders, online drugstore orders and retailer website orders.

Citi also made changes to the Citi Premier℠ Card's rewards program. Cardholders take advantage of new rewards rates that were expedited to June 2, 2020 (from Aug. 23, 2020):

  • 3X ThankYou points at restaurants (previously 2X)
  • 3X ThankYou points at supermarkets (previously 1X)

Check out how cardholders can take advantage of the new Citi Prestige travel credit change and the upcoming revamp of the Citi Premier℠ Card.

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For rates and fees of the American Express® Green Card, click here.

For rates and fees of the The Platinum Card® from American Express, click here.

For rates and fees of the The Business Platinum Card® from American Express, click here.

For rates and fees of the Delta SkyMiles® Blue American Express Card, click here.

For rates and fees of the Delta SkyMiles® Gold American Express Card, click here.

For rates and fees of the Delta SkyMiles® Platinum American Express Card, click here.

For rates and fees of the Delta SkyMiles® Reserve American Express Card, click here.

For rates and fees of the Marriott Bonvoy Brilliant™ American Express® Card, click here.

For rates and fees of the Hilton Honors American Express Surpass® Card, click here.

For rates and fees of the Hilton Honors American Express Aspire Card, click here.

The Marriott Bonvoy™ American Express® Card, United Club℠ Card, United℠ Presidential Plus℠ Card, Hyatt Credit Card, IHG® Rewards Club Select Credit Card, Southwest Rapid Rewards® Employee Credit Card, United MileagePlus Card, United MileagePlus Awards Card and United MileagePlus Select Cards are not currently in market.

Information about the Hilton Honors Aspire Card from American Express, Marriott Bonvoy Brilliant™ American Express® Card, Capital One® Savor® Cash Rewards Credit Card, Capital One® SavorOne® Cash Rewards Credit Card, Citi Premier℠ Card, Capital One® Spark® Miles for Business, Capital One® Spark® Miles Select for Business, Citi Prestige® Card, Citi Premier℠ Card, Capital One® Venture® Rewards Credit Card, Capital One® VentureOne® Rewards Credit Card, United MileagePlus Card, United MileagePlus Awards Card, United MileagePlus Select Card, Southwest Rapid Rewards® Employee Credit Card, IHG® Rewards Club Select Credit Card, Disney® Premier Visa® Card, Hyatt Credit Card, United Club℠ Card, United℠ Presidential Plus℠ Card has been collected independently by CNBC and has not been reviewed or provided by the issuer of the cards prior to publication.

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