Along with a new branding campaign from Barclaycard to Barclays, the company has launched its latest credit card, “Barclays Arrival Premier.” As the name suggests, this is a luxury travel credit card intended for those who, well, like to travel luxuriously. Let’s see if it lives up to its name. Barclays Arrival Premier Comes with… Continue reading Barclays Arrival Premier Credit Card Review
If you really like coffee, this new credit card might be right up your alley. Starbucks has teamed up with Chase to offer a co-branded credit card known as the “Starbucks Rewards Visa Card.” In short, it allows cardholders to earn free drinks and food at Starbucks via the bonus stars you earn in their… Continue reading Starbucks Credit Card Review: Earn Free Starbucks on Everyday Purchases
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. after all, Toronto-Dominion Bank is a very large Canadian financial… Continue reading Is the TD Ameritrade Client Rewards Credit Card a Good Deal?
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
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
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
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
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!
If you’re in need of a break and want to stay at a nice hotel for free, look no further than the “Marriott Rewards Premier Credit Card” from Chase. I took advantage of this card a couple years ago when the sign-up bonus was a handsome 100,000 Marriott Rewards points, but it’s still very attractive… Continue reading Marriott Rewards Credit Card Review: One of My Favorite Hotel Cards
My wife received a mailer today from Wells Fargo, which was pitching its newer “Cash Wise Visa Card” to her. So I decided to take a look at what this credit card offers and if it’s worth applying for. My first thought was why anyone would accept a cash back rate of 1.5% when there… Continue reading Wells Fargo Cash Wise Card Review: Is 1.5% Cash Back Good Enough?