WWE® Champion Credit Card* vs Credit One Bank® NASCAR® Credit Card*
A similar card from Credit One Bank is the NASCAR Credit Card, which successful applicants with average or better credit can own for an annual fee of $39 to $99. With lesser benefits over the WWE Champion card, the NASCAR card earns 2% cash back on purchases at the NASCAR store and 1% cash back on qualifying gas and automobile purchases.
We would never advise anyone to get the NASCAR card for anything other than brand loyalty reasons (and even then please reconsider) so if you’re choosing between these the WWE Champion is the big winner – if you can really call it a “champion” credit card.
WWE® Champion Credit Card* vs Capital One SavorOne Cash Rewards credit card
A real winner among dining rewards cards, the Capital One SavorOne Cash Rewards credit card earns cardholders 3% cash back on restaurants, entertainment, popular streaming services and groceries (which excludes supermarkets like Walmart and Target), 5% cash back on hotels and rental cars booked through Capital One Travel, 8% cash back on Capital One Entertainment purchases and tickets at Vivid Seats, and 1% on all other purchases. The SavorOne also has no foreign transaction fees and offers travel accident insurance, extended warranty and other benefits that the WWE Champion Card does not. When he tried to reward cardholders with 2% cash back on restaurant purchases, the WWE Champion struggled with the wrong card. The Capital One SavorOne wins.
WWE® Champion Credit Card* vs. Citi® Double Cash Card
The Citi® Double Cash Card is the 2% flat rate cashback standard. Earn 2% Net Cash Back on all purchases – 1% when purchases are made and an additional 1% when paid, the rewards potential of Citi Double Cash surpasses that of the WWE® Champion Credit Card*, and Citi Double Cash does this without charging an annual fee. Citi Double Cash also offers an intro APR of 0% on balance transfers for 18 months. After that, the standard variable APR will be 15.49% to 25.49%, depending on creditworthiness. There is also an introductory balance transfer fee of $5 or 3% of the amount of each transfer, whichever is greater, made within the first 4 months of account opening. After that, the fee will be 5% of each transfer (minimum $5), while the WWE Champion credit card doesn’t even bring a 0% APR offer to the mat.