6 Updated Welcome Offers – Up To 455,000 Bonus Miles and $2,000 Cash Back!by Jess Farley
Both Chase and Capital One have announced increased offers on some of their most popular credit cards, with Chase lifting the bonus on the Southwest consumer cards and Capital One launching some huge offers across the Spark business card range, and on its popular Capital One® Venture® Rewards Credit Card.
Best No Annual Fee Business Rewards Credit Cardsby Jess Farley
Looking for a new business rewards card? There are a slew of high-value rewards cards available for business owners keen to maximize return on business spending. The lion’s share of these cards come with annual fees ranging from $95 to $450, but what if you’re looking to pay no annual fee?
How to Use Points and Miles at Hotels with No Rewards Programby Jess Farley
In theory, using points and miles for hotel stays is a straightforward affair. Determine your destination, plan out the points and miles needed, design and execute a card application and spending strategy to acquire the points, and book your free night award. But what happens if your destination has no hotels affiliated with a rewards program? Are you stuck paying cash? Or is there still a way of using rewards points to score free accommodations?
Best Rewards Credit Cards for Non-Bonus Category Spend in 2019by Jess Farley
The reality is, there is no #1 best card for everyday spend because the answer is tied directly to your current travel goals. Where are you planning to go, how do you plan to get there, what are the accommodation options? Those factors will dictate what is best, for you.
Top Rewards Cards With a Waived ($0) Annual Fee for the First Year by Jess Farley
Rewards credit cards that waive the first year of annual fees offer cardholders an instant head start compared to cards that charge an annual fee right from the get-go. You enjoy premium perks, earn thousands of points, and in some cases generate a substantial balance of points from a new cardmember bonus without any out of pocket expense on annual fees.