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The Chase Sapphire Reserve card will cover a hotel room, meals and other expenses during a flight delay — here’s how to take advantage

Flight-delay insurance is one of the often-forgotten benefits of the popular Chase Sapphire Reserve card.

The best cash-back credit cards — updated for 2019

We pick the best cash back credit card of 2019, and the best alternatives that offer anywhere from 1-4% back. You can also earn sign-up bonuses.
If you fly United even just a few times a year, this card can be worth it.

United Explorer Card review: Bonus miles, free checked bags, TSA PreCheck, and more

The United Explorer Card offers many benefits considering its sub-$100 annual fee. You'll earn bonus miles on more than just United purchases, too.

There are different types of credit card rewards — but this is the best one

You can earn several different types of rewards points with credit cards— but one type stands out for being the most valuable for travel.

The Amex Platinum is available to active-duty servicemembers at no annual fee — but even with the fee, the credit card is a great value

Here's how active-duty US servicemembers can get the Amex Platinum Card's fee waived. The card offers a fantastic value and great travel benefits.
We can't wait to explore Buenos Aires.

My husband and I are making our dream trip to Argentina a reality by using credit card sign-up bonuses to book our round-trip flights

By opening two rewards credit cards and using them for everyday expenses, we're earning enough rewards to book two round-trip flights to Argentina.

See all our credit card reviews — from cash-back to travel rewards to business cards — in one place

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.

Using points or miles for holiday travel can be tricky, but 5 strategies can help you stretch your rewards as far as they can go

If you're looking to use points and miles to book holiday travel, be prepared to pay higher award prices. Being flexible also helps.
The business version of the Amex Centurion "black" card.

The Centurion ‘black’ card has a $2,500 annual fee and is invite-only, but you can get most of its benefits with the Amex Platinum

The Amex "black" card is beyond exclusive, with an invite-only policy. It offers amazing perks, but you can get most of them with the Amex Platinum.

Chase’s Freedom Unlimited review: One of the best cash-back credit cards of 2019 — with perks that many competing cards don’t offer

The Chase Freedom Unlimited offers 1.5% cash back on every purchase with no limits, annual fees, or bonus categories to worry about.