Cardpool Review: Pretty Amazing for Unloading Gift Cards Fast

It’s that time of the year again, when we scramble to make sure any and all calendar-year travel credits are exhausted. For those who still have unused credits, they might be looking at gift cards to get the job done. As most of you know, gift cards typically trigger travel credits offered by credit card … Continue reading “Cardpool Review: Pretty Amazing for Unloading Gift Cards Fast”

Is the TD Ameritrade Client Rewards Credit Card a Good Deal?

I have an Ameritrade account and the other day upon signing out I was shown an ad for the TD Ameritrade Client Rewards credit card. To be honest, I didn’t even know they offered a credit card, though it’s not in the least bit surprising. I figured it’d be prudent to take a look at … Continue reading “Is the TD Ameritrade Client Rewards Credit Card a Good Deal?”

Chase Offers Is Now Live: Link Your Card and Save

It took a while, but Chase is finally in the offers game with the launch of “Chase Offers,” a new cash back program that seems eerily familiar to Amex Offers. At the moment, it only appears to be live for Marriott credit cards from Chase. Fortunately, I have one of those so I decided to … Continue reading “Chase Offers Is Now Live: Link Your Card and Save”

JetBlue Credit Card Now Offers Highest Ever 60,000 Point Sign-Up Bonus

The JetBlue credit card from Barclaycard is currently offering its highest sign-up bonus ever, a full 60,000 TrueBlue points when you spend a mere $1,000 in the first 90 days from account opening. This is double the normal offer of 30,000 TrueBlue points for the same spending requirement and annual fee. In other words, you … Continue reading “JetBlue Credit Card Now Offers Highest Ever 60,000 Point Sign-Up Bonus”

Two Things to Do When You Open and Close a Credit Card

Whether you’re a credit noob, or a seasoned pro, there are two important things you should do every time you open and close a credit card. I thought of these things after I opened a slew of new credit cards lately. It was getting somewhat stressful to keep track of everything, so I came up … Continue reading “Two Things to Do When You Open and Close a Credit Card”

HSBC Premier World Elite MasterCard Review: 50k Bonus and $100 Uber/Lyft Credit

It seems that just about every day a new credit card is being released, with the latest being the “HSBC Premier World Elite MasterCard.” This new credit card aligns with the likes of American Express Platinum and Chase Sapphire Reserve in its premium qualities, and unlike many other cards, allows points transfers to frequent flyer … Continue reading “HSBC Premier World Elite MasterCard Review: 50k Bonus and $100 Uber/Lyft Credit”

Capital One Savor Credit Card: 3% Cash Back on Dining, 2% for Groceries

Do you like food? And credit cards? Well, if so, you might like the new Capital One Savor card, which offers 3% cash back on dining and 2% cash back on groceries. Clearly this new credit card is aimed at foodies, what with the highest cash back categories food-centric and the name Savor. But is … Continue reading “Capital One Savor Credit Card: 3% Cash Back on Dining, 2% for Groceries”

Capital One Spark Cash Review: Earn a Quick $500 or 13% Cash Back

I like credit cards for several different reasons. Sometimes it’s sheerly for the convenience, sometimes it’s for the perks, like airport lounge access, and other times it’s for the amazing sign-up bonuses. Breaking down that last reason, the sign-up bonus can be geared toward points, like frequent flyer miles and free hotel nights, or simply … Continue reading “Capital One Spark Cash Review: Earn a Quick $500 or 13% Cash Back”

How to Earn 75,000 Membership Rewards Points with Amex PRG

If you’re currently shopping for a new high-end credit card, the American Express Platinum card has undoubtedly shown up on your radar. But a different Amex card might be a much better deal. I’m referring to the Amex Premier Rewards Gold card, or Amex PRG. Allow me to explain. You Can Earn 75k MR Points … Continue reading “How to Earn 75,000 Membership Rewards Points with Amex PRG”

Alaska Airlines Credit Card Review: Make Sure You Get the Good Version!

If you fly Alaska Airlines and/or Virgin America, the Alaska Airlines Visa Signature Card from Bank of America might be a winner for you. After all, it comes with 30,000 bonus miles after you spend $1,000 within the first 90 days of account opening, and you get “Alaska’s Famous Companion Fare.” So you actually get … Continue reading “Alaska Airlines Credit Card Review: Make Sure You Get the Good Version!”