Best Rewards Cards for Dining and Restaurants 
Restaurant and delivery spending is a large portion of many American’s budgets. In fact, over 37% of all spending on food in the U.S. is spent dining out. That’s why it’s so important to have a credit card in your wallet that earns solid rewards for restaurant purchases. To help you find that perfect card, we’ve rounded up all our top choices here.
Who is Eligible to Get a Bonus on the Chase Sapphire Preferred?
Can you get a Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card if you’re an authorized user on someone else’s account? This is a question that we get asked all the time. The short answer is ‘yes’, but you’ll need to factor in the other eligibility rules before you apply. In this post, we’ll cover everything you need to consider before submitting that application.
Transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards To Southwest Rapid Rewards With a 20% Bonus
Chase just announced its third-ever transfer bonus for Ultimate Rewards points, this time to Southwest Rapid Rewards. Through the end of October, you can transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards to Southwest and receive a 20% bonus. This presents a unique opportunity for those who regularly fly Southwest, offering up to 1.8¢ per point in value on Southwest award redemptions.
IHG Traveler Card: 60,000-Point Bonus and No Annual Fee
The IHG® Rewards Club Traveler Credit Card is a great value for the occasional IHG guest. This card charges no annual fee and comes with nice perks like a fourth night free on award redemptions, 20% savings on buying IHG points, and no foreign transaction fees. Check out all the benefits in our full review.
[Extended] Capital One Adds New Redemption Options – Restaurants, Streaming Services, and Phone Services
With travel at a standstill, many people are reconsidering the value of their travel credit cards. Does it make sense to keep a card meant for traveling when you can’t travel? With this question in mind, Capital One has made a bold move to continue providing value to its cardholders, now allowing members to redeem for more than just travel.
New IHG Promo: 2X Points on Every Stay, 10k Bonus Points for IHG Cardholders
IHG’s latest promotion is about to start. Members will earn double base points on every stay through December 15, 2020. Plus, if you hold an IHG co-branded credit card, you can earn a one-time 10,000-point bonus after completing just one stay! If you have any upcoming IHG stays, be sure to register to lock in your bonus points.
Chase Extends Pay Yourself Back, Expands to Ink and Freedom Cards
Chase has announced the extension of its popular ‘Pay Yourself Back’ feature, which was initially set to expire on September 30. Even better, Chase is expanding the feature to certain Ink and Freedom credit cards and offering several new eligible purchase categories. In this post, we cover all the details, including why we think ‘Pay Yourself Back’ is here to stay.
Best Credit Cards for Everyday Purchases in 2021
There are hundreds of credit cards on the market, each offering a bonus for a different kind of purchase. But what do you do when a purchase doesn’t fall neatly into any bonus category? In this post, we discuss the best cards to use for everyday purchases. From rewards points to cash back to purchase erasers, here are the best cards for everyday, non-bonus purcahses.
Delta Removes Change Fees From Some Awards, Extends Card Benefits and Lounge Memberships
Delta just announced several major SkyMiles program updates. And, that good news is it’s all positive. The airline is extending Sky Club memberships, Medallion status perks, and co-branded credit card benefits. In addition, Delta is permanently slashing fees and restrictions on many domestic award tickets. But, unfortunately, there are some notable exclusions.
Innovative New X1 ‘Smart Card’ Announced
An intriguing new ‘smart card’ just hit the scene, and a waitlist is already open for prospective cardholders ahead of its debut this winter. The X1 credit card is a brand new rewards card concept, offering cutting-edge technology and compelling point-earning schemes with no annual fee. We’re covering everything we know about the X1 Card to see if it lives up to the hype.