Why do you ask? Are you giving out money? I'll take both.
I prefer cash. I've read somewhere that you get outstanding fees if you overcharge your debit card. I think having cash at hand is safer because you know exactly how much you can spend. Sometimes, any type of card (debit or credit) makes one too confident or secure, makes you feel like you have enough money to spend on anything you like.
I guess I'm in the minority here...I prefer the debit card and rarely carry much cash
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