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.
If you appreciate the finer things in life, you’ll appreciate the massive array of perks that come with The Platinum Card® from American Express. But while the best things in life might be free, those Amex perks are certainly not. Be prepared to pay $550 a year for your Platinum Card.
For the traveler who doesn’t want to feel tied down, the Capital One Venture Rewards Credit Card will undoubtedly make the list of travel rewards cards. Thanks to a large intro bonus, zero foreign transaction fees and flexible redemption options, this card is ready to follow you around the globe.
Attention, Hilton loyalists: we’ve found your dream card. The Hilton Honors Surpass® from American Express blends serious Hilton perks and rewards with all of the benefits you expect from Amex. And with an annual fee of just $95, it’s definitely worth adding to your wallet. Let’s review the card’s highlights.
If you fly even once a year, having a travel perks card like this American Airlines credit card can come in handy. You’ll accrue award miles quickly when you use the card for everyday purchases. Plus you’ll have access to airline perks often reserved for frequent fliers.
With the Bank of America Travel Rewards credit card you can earn rewards points to pay for travel expenses such as airline tickets, hotel stays, museum tickets and rail passes. But with so many travel rewards cards on the market, how does Bank of America’s stack up against the competition?