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Top Credit Card Offers With No Annual Fee

June 23, 2014

Update: The offer mentioned below for the Chase Freedom Visa has expired. View the current offer here.  So far 2014 has been a great year for new credit cards and increased sign up bonuses. Most notably, American Express came out with the first Membership Rewards earning card with no annual fee, the Amex Everyday. While […]

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Delta American Express Cards Waive Foreign Transaction Fees Starting Today – What Other Cards Don’t Charge Forex Fees?

May 1, 2014

Update: The offer mentioned below for the Capital One Venture Card has expired. View the current offer here.  Back in February, American Express announced that the Delta co-branded cards, including the Delta Gold, Platinum and Reserve cards, would start waiving foreign transaction fees as of May 1, 2014, and that day has finally arrived. These fees […]

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Discover It 2nd Quarter 2014 5% Back Category: Home Improvement Stores

April 24, 2014

Though I often talk about the Chase Freedom‘s quarterly rotating 5x bonus categories, let’s not forget that the Discover It card also has quarterly rotating merchant categories where you can earn up to 5% cash back on purchases, and up to 20% cash back by shopping through the ShopDiscover portal. We’re well into April, which […]

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Discover It Review: Rotating 5% Categories

February 21, 2014

Earlier this week I wrote about the top 5 credit card deals out there and while some have huge bonuses of up to 100,000 miles, they also all have annual fees ranging up to $450 a year. Today I’m taking a closer look at the Discover It card, which is a no-annual fee product that […]

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Analyzing the Barclaycard Arrival Earn Ratio of 2.27% When Redeeming for Travel

February 20, 2014

Update: The offer mentioned below for the Capital One Venture Card has expired. View the current offer here.  The Barclaycard Arrival‘s minimum spending requirement to earn the 40,000-mile sign-up bonus has tripled from $1,000 in 90 days to $3,000 in 90 days, and I know that many readers are curious about the card and just why I think […]

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Top Travel Credit Cards That Waive Foreign Transaction Fees

February 10, 2014

Update: The offer mentioned below for the Capital One Venture Card has expired. View the current offer here.  One of the main benefits I always look for when considering a travel credit card is whether or not it waives foreign transaction fees (forex fees for short). Many issuers will charge their cardholders between 1-3% of the […]

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Maximizing Cash Back Credit Cards

January 27, 2014

Update: The offer mentioned below for the Capital One Venture Card has expired. View the current offer here.  While I tend to talk most about the best credit cards for earning points and miles towards travel, cash back credit cards can be a great alternative for a lot of folks out there thanks to a few […]

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Comparing The 5% Categories Of Discover it Card And Chase Freedom

August 19, 2013

Update: The current cash back categories for the Discover It card can be found here. To see the current 5% categories for the Freedom card visit this link. I currently don’t have a Discover card because I prefer to accrue airline miles and hotel points, but several readers have recently emailed me about how they […]

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Maximize Monday: Fixed-Value Travel Points

April 8, 2013

Update: Some offers mentioned below have expired. Follow these links to view the current offers: Platinum Card from American Express, Business Platinum Card from American Express,  Citi ThankYou Preferred, Capital One Venture Rewards Card. The recent launch of Barclaycard’s two new Arrival card (one with no annual fee and one with an $89 annual fee that’s […]

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Maximize Points On Gas Spending And Gift Cards

August 30, 2012

High gas prices got you feeling like this? (Image: Fotolia) It’s been a long, hot, expensive summer driving season. Not only have gas prices been rising all summer, but Tropical Storm/Hurricane Isaac will continue to disrupt oil drilling and distribution in the Gulf of Mexico, and we’re looking at more pain at the pump for […]

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