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I spend at least $600 a month on groceries, so I stick with 2 credit cards to get the most cash back
Groceries are one of her biggest spending categories, so she's careful about which credit card she uses for grocery purchases each month.
I pay $550 a year for my AmEx Platinum and I’m always excited to take advantage of one of its coolest perks
The AmEx Platinum comes with wide-ranging benefits like the ability to book hotel stays through the American Express Fine Hotels and Resorts program.
She finds there are business credit cards that offer outsized rewards on her everyday business spending, and she sticks with her four favorites.
Here’s exactly how I used credit card points to take 3 incredible trips I never would have been able to afford otherwise
Thanks to credit card points, I've stayed in five-star hotels and resorts in New York, Costa Rica, and Mexico without paying for hotels or flights.
The Chase Sapphire Preferred should be your first credit card if you're just getting started with credit card rewards or travel hacking.
I’ve always said the Chase Sapphire Reserve is the best overall rewards card, but right now I’d tell anyone to consider the Sapphire Prefe...
Right now, the Chase Sapphire Preferred has a higher sign-up bonus than the Sapphire Reserve, and it's easier to get approved for.
Here are some of the best small business credit cards of 2019 to separate your business and personal expenses while earning valuable rewards.
If you want to use just one rewards credit card, rather than a full wallet, the Chase Sapphire Preferred is the best option.
My go-to credit card is the Chase Sapphire Preferred, and I use 3 strategies to get as much value from it as possible
The Chase Sapphire Preferred is the best travel credit card for me and my family, and I've figured out how to get as much value as we can.
A travel photographer who spends half her life on the road shares her 2 favorite travel credit cards, and how they make traveling the world easier eve...
Travel photographer and blogger Erin Sullivan uses credit card rewards and perks to help run her business, and make the most of all of her trips.