Fun fact: There used to be a “Trump credit card” back in the 1990s. It was issued by First USA, which was formerly one of the largest credit card issuers in the United States. The company was eventually acquired by Banc One in mid-1997, and Chase took them over several years later in July 2004.… Continue reading There Used to Be a Trump Rewards Visa Card
It’s been 50 years since the original Green Card was released to the public, and since then American Express has launched dozens of other, easily arguably better credit cards. Really, the old Green Card existed just to exist lately, and didn’t offer much relative to the many other options available to consumers these days. That… Continue reading Green from Amex: The American Express Green Card Reimagined
From the company who was “sick of credit card companies” comes Petal, which the company believes will be “your new favorite credit card.” It’s the only credit card from the fledgling startup, but it promises to be different, and better than what you’ve come to expect from a piece of plastic. Who Is the Petal… Continue reading Petal Card Review: Now Offers Cash Back Rewards for Paying on Time
Beginning May 9th, the Blue Cash Preferred Card from American Express will come with two exciting new bonus categories that totally appeal to Millennials. To sweeten an already pretty decent credit card, Amex is adding 6X on select U.S. streaming subscriptions (assuming the likes of Netflix, Hulu, etc.) and 3X on transit, including popular rideshare… Continue reading American Express Blue Cash Preferred Card Review: Now Earn 6X on Streaming, 3X on Rideshare
Chase has released its own Bonvoy credit card (formerly known as Marriott) to go up against the luxury offering currently available from American Express. The new credit card basically replaces the old Marriott Rewards card that Chase used to offer, which in the past came with 75,000 bonus points for spending $3,000. Bonvoy Boundless Offers… Continue reading Is the New Marriott Bonvoy Boundless Credit Card Right for You?
You may have heard (or read) that the Chase Freedom Unlimited now comes with 3% cash back for the entire first year, similar to the double points/miles Discover offers during year one via cashback match. The biggest difference between that Discover offer and the Chase offer is that it’s not unlimited, ironically, on the Chase… Continue reading Is the 3% Chase Freedom Unlimited Offer Good or Bad?
Well, it took some time, but Capital One miles are now actually miles, assuming you take advantage of their new option to transfer them to airline partners. Beginning in December, the credit card issuer will let Capital One cardholders transfer their miles to more than a dozen third-party airlines, with more carriers to come in… Continue reading Capital One Finally Allowing Miles Transfers to Airlines
There’s yet another Starwood Preferred Guest credit card, this time a luxury version from American Express that comes with a whopping $450 annual fee. Let’s find out if it’s worth paying that. Update: In what seemed like no time at all it was renamed the “Marriott Bonvoy Brilliant American Express Card” as a result of… Continue reading Amex Starwood Preferred Guest Luxury Card (Now Bonvoy Brilliant) Review
There’s yet another new Southwest credit card being offered, known as the “Rapid Rewards Priority Credit Card,” which comes with some of the richest rewards yet. But it also features the highest annual fee on a Southwest card too, at a hefty $149 per year. Let’s learn more about this travel rewards credit card to… Continue reading Rapid Rewards Priority Credit Card Review
There’s a new credit card available to U.S. consumers called the “American Express Cash Magnet Card,” which as the name implies can bring some much-needed cash back into your wallet. Let’s see if it’s a good deal or just another run-of-the-mill offer in a very crowded space. Amex Cash Magnet Offers 1.5% Cash Back The… Continue reading American Express Cash Magnet Credit Card: 1.5% Unlimited Cash Back