The Refreshed Wells Fargo Propel American Express® Cardby Jess Farley
Wells Fargo has unveiled a refreshed version of its popular Wells Fargo Propel American Express® Card. Launched July 16, 2018, the card features a 30,000 point signup bonus after you spend $3,000 in the first 3 months, and revamped bonus categories including 3x points per dollar on travel, dining, and music streaming services, plus cell phone protection when you use the card to pay your monthly bill. All of this, with no annual fee.
Best Credit Cards for Product Return Protectionby Jess Farley
Returning purchased or gifted items back to the retailer can be a pain, often made harder by inflexible store return policies, and there’s a good chance you’ll wind up stranded with unwanted items. The right credit card might come to the rescue.
Which Credit Cards Offer Lost or Damaged Luggage Protection?by Jess Farley
If you’re one of the unlucky millions that find yourself sans-bag when you arrive at your destination, the knowledge you paid with a credit card featuring Lost Luggage Reimbursement can take the sting out of an unfortunate situation. We break down the differences.
5 Reasons to Get the New World of Hyatt Credit Cardby Jess Farley
The World Of Hyatt Credit Card provides several compelling reasons to earn a slot in your wallet. When compared to its predecessor, it provides many improvements. Here are our top 5 reasons to give it a hard look.
Details of the New World of Hyatt Credit Card from Chaseby Jess Farley
Chase has lifted the lid on its replacement for The Hyatt Credit Card, unveiling The World of Hyatt Credit Card.
9 Things We Love About Hilton Honors Rewards Programby Jess Farley
Hilton Honors may not have confirmable upgrades like Hyatt or Hotel + Air redemptions like Marriott, but this is no program to turn your nose up at. Check out what we love about Hilton Honors.
Top 10 Rewards Credit Cards for July 2018by Jess Farley
When assessing the best credit card deals available to points and miles fans, we weigh up the current welcome offer, annual fee (or lack thereof), the ongoing value the card provides, and, to some degree, any special considerations such as application restrictions or transfer policies. The list includes a few limited-time offers, and although not every card features a monster 100K+ welcome bonus, we think these cards provide outstanding value.
How to Avoid Close-in Booking Fees on American & Unitedby Jess Farley
Last minute award booking fees are a penalty assessed by airlines, purely because they can. That said, there are some strategies to avoid these with a little bit of thinking outside the box.
Which Credit Card Offers the Best Baggage Delay Coverage? (Updated July 2018)by Jess Farley
If you’ve ever been the last person standing at an empty luggage carousel waiting for your bags, you’ll understand the frustration of your checked bags getting delayed or disappearing. It can mean hours spent filing reports and on the phone chasing up the location of your bag, not to mention the out of pocket expense of purchasing essentials like phone chargers, a change of clothes, and toiletries. We’ve covered the essential policies to check out.
The Best Rewards Credit Cards for Each Spending Categoryby Jess Farley
One of the easiest ways of increasing your monthly haul of points and miles is picking the right credit card for each purchase. Not only will you earn more points in the short-term, knowing which rewards card nets the best returns in each spending category can direct your long-term card application strategy, allowing you to fill your wallet with top-earning cards and maximize the rewards earned on every purchase.