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5 credit card pairings that get you even more benefits and rewards — in most cases, with just one annual fee
These cards from Citi, Amex, and more are great on their own, but they offer even more value when you combine them with another card.
We broke down the differences between credit card points and frequent flyer miles — here’s why you should be collecting both
While "points" and "miles" are often used interchangeably, they tend to be different things. Here's how they differ, and why you should earn both.
Of all the American Express cards you can sign up for, the Amex Platinum is the best with its generous benefits, valuable perks, and solid rewards.
11 of the best credit card offers in December, from up to 200,000 Capital One miles to a limited-time United card bonus
The best credit card offers of December, including bonuses from Capital One, the United Explorer card, and the Amex Green card.
The Capital One Venture card is one of the best travel cards available, and its annual fee is even waived the first year
The Capital One Venture Rewards credit card has a big sign-up bonus, makes it easy to earn and redeem miles, and has valuable benefits.
3 sign-up bonuses from Amex, Chase, and Capital One that can turn your holiday expenses into a vacation
If you apply for a card like the Chase Sapphire Preferred and meet the spending requirement, you'll have enough rewards to book a getaway.
These credit card issuers show your card number as soon as you’re approved — so you can start working toward your sign-up bonus right...
With many credit cards, you won't get your card number upon approval; you have to wait until the physical card comes. But that's not always the case.
The Bank of America Premium Rewards credit card is a great option for anyone looking for a simple but solid rewards credit card.
Amex Green vs. Chase Sapphire Reserve: Both cards earn bonus points on dining and travel, but which is best for you?
The updated Amex Green card is now an obvious competitor to the Chase Sapphire Reserve, but with a lower annual fee. We compare the cards in depth.
If you're eligible, you can get $30 back or 3,000 Amex points when you spend $300 or more at Best Buy. Here's how to see if you have this offer.