Best Credit Cards for Everyday Purchases in 2020
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.
Last Chance to Earn up to 100,000 United Miles
The United co-branded credit cards are currently offering limited-time offers of up to 100,000 bonus miles! Even if you fly United just a few times per year, you can get outsized value from these cards thanks to their perks and benefits. But don’t wait—these offers are set to disappear on September 30, 2020.
Chase Business Cards: Ink Preferred vs. Ink Cash vs. Ink Unlimited
Chase currently offers three rewards cards for small business owners, the Ink Cash, Ink Cash, and Ink Preferred. All three cards offer top benefits and return on spend, feature well thought out bonus categories and spending thresholds, and provide business owners the ability to earn a ton of Ultimate Rewards points on business expenses.
Limited Time Offer: Earn 100,000 Miles with the Capital One Venture Card
The Capital One® Venture® Rewards Credit Card has launched a new, limited-time offer of up to 100,000 bonus miles after meeting minimum spending requirements. This card is a great fit for anyone who likes having a super-easy option to redeem rewards at a fair value. Capital One also has 15 transfer partners for folks that like to squeeze value out of every mile. Check out this great card and its big new offer.
Extract Maximum Value From Increased Freedom Unlimited Bonus
The Chase Freedom Unlimited® currently features the best offer we’ve seen to date on this card. Plus, the card is about to get a lot better with three new bonus spending categories. In this post, we illustrate how to leverage the increased offer for maximum value.
All-Time-High 80,000 Point Bonus for Chase Sapphire Preferred
The Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card has come out with an all-time-high 80,000 point welcome bonus. This card was already an AwardWallet favorite thanks to its great benefits and valuable Ultimate Rewards points, but the new offer is a huge win for anyone who doesn’t already have this card in their wallet.
A Beginner’s Guide to Credit Card Application Rules
U.S banks play a huge role in the travel rewards ecosystem. Learning about credit card application rules won’t be the most exciting part of your points-and-miles education. But it’s hard to overstate the importance of building a healthy relationship with the banks. In this post, we explain how to build a sustainable, long term credit-card strategy—without falling out of the banks’ good graces.
Limited Time 65K Offers on Southwest Credit Cards Ending Soon
All three Southwest credit cards are currently offering an excellent 65,000-mile welcome bonus. According to Southwest’s website, there are only a few more days left before these offers end. Whether it’s the $69 annual fee Southwest Plus Card or the benefits-packed Southwest Priority Card, here are the options to consider before this deal goes away.
How to Pay Taxes With a Credit Card (and When You Should)
Self-employed taxpayers have another quarterly tax payment due September 15, 2020. While paying the IRS is never fun, it does present a fantastic opportunity to earn points and miles by paying taxes with a credit card. In this post, we’ll cover everything you need to know about paying taxes with a credit card so you can build up those points balances.
How To Use the Marriott Boundless Free Night Certificate
Anniversary Free Night Award certificates are a staple among Marriott co-branded credit cards. But while the concept of a free night in a hotel is pretty easy to grasp, using these certificates can be tricky in practice. To make things easier to understand, we’ve pulled together everything you need to know about earning and redeeming the Marriott Boundless free night certificate.