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Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card

The Chase Sapphire Preferred offers an unusual amount of value for the price. A good pick for both frequent flyers and occasional travelers, the card not only has a solid rewards program and a mammoth sign-up bonus, but it also includes some of the most generous travel insurance benefits you’ll find for a card with an annual fee of less than $100. View More >

Home Depot Consumer Credit Card

The Chase Ink Business Preferred offers a broad range of bonus categories that help cardholders maximize their rewards. Since the points you earn are ridiculously flexible, this card is ideal for business owners who want to redeem rewards in more than one way. View More >

Citi Premier℠ Card

The Citi Premier℠ Card costs $95 a year starting the second year. For most, it’s the option that’s just right. Points give you lots of flexibility, as you can redeem them for a variety of travel rewards. And if you redeem them through the ThankYou® Travel Center, they’re worth 25% more. If you’re a frequent American Airlines flyer, you might like one of Citibank’s co-branded airline cards View More >

Citi® Double Cash Card

The Citi® Double Cash Card is a no-annual-fee favorite. With a flat cashback rate on all purchases and a bonus amount added as you pay them off, you’ll find simple and strong rewards. Citibank occasionally offers an intro APR on balance transfers. When it does, you’ll typically find an impressive promotion. View More >

Blue Cash Preferred® Card from American Express

The upgraded version of the highly rewarding Blue Cash Everyday from American Express, the Preferred card offers even more cash back at U.S. supermarkets and U.S. gas stations. It does however come with a $95 annual fee, but you might hardly notice it after taking advantage of the handy benefits and high cash back value the card provides. View More >

Chase Sapphire Reserve Card Review

If you have excellent credit and spend a lot of money on dining and travel, this credit card could be great for you. Once you’ve earned your travel credit, you’ll break even on the annual fee as long as you spend $16,667 per year (or about $1,389 a month) on any combo of travel and dining purchases, assuming you redeem your points for 1.5 cents each in the travel portal. That’s not hard for many people who travel frequently or with family. View More >

Walmart Rewards Card

Newly issued by Capital One, the Walmart Rewards Card now earns better rewards when you shop online at Walmart.com or use the Walmart app. If you have an old Walmart card, your account will automatically be converted on October 11, 2019. View More >

Amazon Prime Store Card

Worth checking out if you’re an avid Amazon shopper, this metal credit card earns 5% back at Amazon and Whole Foods and offers an Amazon gift card upon approval. You’ll need an Amazon Prime membership to apply. View More >

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