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All of Business Insider's credit card reviews in one place. Read reviews of cards like the Chase Sapphire Preferred, the Delta Amex cards and more.
I’ve carried the Chase Freedom in my wallet for over a decade — here’s why the credit card is a great value
There are plenty of no annual fee, cash-back credit cards, but the Chase Freedom is a fan favorite. Read on to see if it's the right pick for you.
I use this eight-step checklist to ask myself what I should start, stop or continue doing when it comes to my credit card portfolio.
Rewards credit cards offer bonus points or cash back on various spending categories, from travel to gas to groceries. Here are the top picks for each.
5 ways you can use Chase Ultimate Rewards points from cards like the Sapphire Preferred, including the most valuable option: free travel
Chase's Ultimate Rewards program lets you redeem points for cash back or free travel. Here's our guide to earning the points and using them wisely.
The Amex Platinum and Chase Sapphire Reserve are both great premium cards, but if these things apply to you, the Platinum could be a better pick.
Store credit cards helped me build my credit so I could get approved for Chase Sapphire Reserve, but here’s why I’d think twice before ope...
I opened several store credit cards, and they helped me build my credit to get approved for great rewards cards. But store cards aren't a great deal.
I pay more than $4,000 a year to take advantage of credit card perks, but 5 dream benefits would immediately make another card irresistible
The credit card perks I have make me dream about the perks I wish I had, like worldwide car rental liability insurance and missed flight protection.
You can apply the ‘cash envelope’ system to credit cards to stay on budget without sacrificing rewards — you just need some dis...
The cash envelope method is a great way to stay on budget. If you want to budget and still earn rewards, you can apply this system to credit cards.
I travel eight months out of the year, and I pay more than $4,000 in credit card annual fees. That may seem absurdly high, but it's worth it to me.