I don't currently have a good card for grocery shopping. I can't get a Preferred Rewards Gold card anytime soon since my oldest card is an Amex Green, so I wouldn't get the bonus points which is the only way I could justify the annual fee. So I'm looking at the Blue Cash Everyday or Preferred Cards. Yes I'm aware they now have a $6,000 cap on the 3%/6% return on grocery shopping. One thing I don't understand is whether these can earn Membership Rewards Points or not. I currently have an MR First card--an MB Platinum. As I understand it, the MB Platinum means I earn MR First points, which have some additional flexibility vs. MR Standard. But Blue Cash cards earn MR Express. The question is whether, like the Chase Sapphire/Freedom pair, you can a) transfer the MR Express points to MR First points as long as you hold the other card, or b) the BC cards somehow earn MR First points, or c) they always earn MR Express which can only be turned into a statement credit no matter what. Anybody able to clarify this for me?