Credit Card Reviews

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American Express SimplyCash vs. Chase Ink: Which to Swipe With?

American Express SimplyCash vs. Chase Ink: Which to Swipe With?
July 15, 2014 No Comments »

If you’re comparing business credit cards, you’ve probably taken a look at Chase Ink, and maybe the SimplyCash Business credit card from American Express. There are plenty of differences (and some similarities) between these two credit cards, so let’s determine ... Read More »

Sam’s Club Credit Card Offers 5-3-1 Cash Back Categories

Sam’s Club Credit Card Offers 5-3-1 Cash Back Categories
June 4, 2014 No Comments »

If you’re a member of Sam’s Club, you might be interested in their new credit card, which comes with tiered rewards on popular everyday expenses. The so-called “5-3-1 Credit Card Cash Back Program” offers healthly rewards to Sam’s Savings, Sam’s ... Read More »

Wells Fargo Offering Aggressive 40,000 Sign-Up Bonus on the New Propel World Amex

Wells Fargo Offering Aggressive 40,000 Sign-Up Bonus on the New Propel World Amex
May 7, 2014 No Comments »

Wells Fargo just launched two new travel rewards credit cards backed by American Express with attractive sign-up bonuses. The new “Propel World Card” comes with 40,000 bonus points if you spend $3,000 during the first three months as a cardholder. ... Read More »

Amex EveryDay Card Review: Smart Chip Technology and 0% APR

Amex EveryDay Card Review: Smart Chip Technology and 0% APR
March 3, 2014 3 Comments »

The crowded credit card lineup at American Express is about to get even more jam-packed. Coming to a wallet near you soon will be the “Amex EveryDay Credit Card,” which sounds an awful lot like the Blue Cash Everyday credit ... Read More »

Capital One’s New Quicksilver Credit Card Offers 1.5% Cash Back Year Round

Capital One’s New Quicksilver Credit Card Offers 1.5% Cash Back Year Round
August 8, 2013 2 Comments »

Remember that baby who hated cash back? You know, the one Jimmy Fallon used to try to coax into liking more cash back? Well, that baby might need to find another job. Capital One has given their Capital One Cash ... Read More »

U.S. Bank Cash+ Credit Card Review: Pick Your Own Cash Back Categories

U.S. Bank Cash+ Credit Card Review: Pick Your Own Cash Back Categories
July 22, 2013 No Comments »

By now, you’re probably used to credit cards that only offer bonus cash back in select categories during certain periods of the year. Perhaps one of the most popular credit cards to offer this revolving rewards structure is the Chase ... Read More »

New Chase AARP Credit Card Launched: 3% Cash Back on Gas and Restaurants

New Chase AARP Credit Card Launched: 3% Cash Back on Gas and Restaurants
May 8, 2013 1 Comment »

If you’re an AARP member, listen up. Chase has teamed up with the organization to offer a great credit card deal to members over 50. First and foremost, the new “AARP Signature Visa Card from Chase” comes with a $100 ... Read More »

Priceline Rewards Credit Card Review

Priceline Rewards Credit Card Review
April 16, 2013 No Comments »

Do you like to travel? Are you a big fan of Priceline? If so, do you use the online travel service to book flights and hotels often? Well, if you do, the Priceline Rewards Visa might be just the credit ... Read More »

The Citi Prestige Card Review: $400 Gets You What Exactly?

The Citi Prestige Card Review: $400 Gets You What Exactly?
March 13, 2013 No Comments »

Citi just recently revamped its “Prestige Card,” which as the name suggests, is only reserved for the company’s wealthiest clients. Well, if you’ve got $400 to spare on an annual basis, it’s for you as well, whether you’re rich or ... Read More »

BankAmericard Better Balance Rewards Review

BankAmericard Better Balance Rewards Review
March 6, 2013 No Comments »

This week Bank of America launched their newest credit card, known as the “BankAmericard® Better Balance Rewards™ card.” As the name implies, the new credit card rewards cardholders who manage their outstanding balances more responsibly, which is a somewhat novel ... Read More »