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Marriott Bonvoy Brilliant American Express Credit Card Review

Best: For earning maximum rewards points at Marriott Bonvoy hotels, U.S. restaurants and flights booked directly with airlines The Marriott Bonvo…

Citi Premier℠ Card Review

Good: For people who use credit cards for most of their purchases Better: For people who spend big on entertainment Best: For frequent travelers…

Marriott Bonvoy Bold Credit Card Review

Best for: Marriott fans who want to qualify for elite status without paying an annual fee For fans of Marriott hotels and frequent business trave…

Chase Sapphire Reserve® Credit Card Review

The Chase Sapphire Reserve card is one of the best in the industry for making you feel like a total VIP, but you’ll need excellent credit. More than just a travel points card, the Chase Sapphire Reserve offers experiences and perks that you won’t get with its sister card, the Sapphire Preferred.

Chase Sapphire Preferred® Credit Card Review

Looking to travel soon? Planning a vacation? Are you also a frequent flier, looking for a card to give you flexibility and long-term reward bonuses? Do you want freedom from any particular airline with your purchases and expenses? Then the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card is the right fit for you. With no foreign transaction fees and a steady reward system, this card is king for a frequent traveler.

American Express Blue Cash Everyday® Credit Card Review

The Amex Credit Card Blue Cash Everyday has no annual fee and offers savings in the form of cash back on gas (2%) and U.S. supermarket (3%) purchases. To qualify for the cash back rewards, you’ll have to steer clear of superstores and warehouse centers like Costco, Target, Sam’s Club and Wal-Mart and choose to buy your groceries and gas at dedicated supermarkets and gas stations.

Chase Ink Business Preferred℠ Credit Card Review

If you own a business and you’re not using a rewards card, you’re leaving money on the table. The Chase Ink Business Preferred card is a perfect example. Their signup bonus alone is worth $1,000 (provided you hit their spending minimum and put your points towards travel). And if the bulk of your expenses fall within the triple-points reward categories associated with this credit card, this Chase Ink option can help your business rack up rewards fast. Let’s review the basics of the Chase Ink Business Preferred.

Capital One® VentureOne® Rewards Credit Card Review

For travelers who want the freedom to redeem their rewards however they see fit, and the ability to do it all without paying an annual fee, the Capital One VentureOne Rewards Credit Card is a solid option. With no blackout dates and no foreign transaction fee, this card is ready for your next adventure.

Discover it® Miles Credit Card Review

Although frequent travelers might be better served with a credit card that offers premium perks and long-term opportunities to earn bonus rewards, the Discover it® Miles card is a great choice for beginner travel hackers or casual vacationers who want the option of booking travel anywhere.