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Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card vs. American Express® Gold Card Written by Benjamin Pape With excellent ongoing rewards, valuable new card member welcome offers, and flexible redemption options, the CardName and CardName offer great value with relatively low annual fees. Taking into account the numerous benefits that these cards provide, both of them were named to the CardRatings 2020 list of Best Travel Rewards Credit Cards. While these ...
Ink Business Preferred® vs. Ink Business Cash℠ Written by Benjamin Pape The CardName and CardName are two popular Chase business credit cards both falling in the "Ink" family. Both also carry a CardRatings Best Business Credit Card winner title, but which is the better card? In short, both of these cards are solid choices. Deciding which card is the better option for you depends on your ...
Chase Freedom® vs. Chase Freedom Unlimited® Written by Maryalene LaPonsie Chase Freedom® is no longer being issued by Chase. Currently cardholders can continue to use and reap the benefits of their card or they can choose to product change to the new CardName, which has effectively replaced Chase Freedom®. You can learn more about FlexSM in our CardName. The head-to-head below reflects the existing benefits ...
American Express Platinum vs. Chase Sapphire Reserve® Written by Benjamin Pape   In the world of premium rewards credit cards, two of the most widely known and used cards are the CardName and CardName. American Express is a CardRatings advertiser. Both of these cards have great rewards earning rates and welcome offers, valuable point redemption benefits, and stellar travel perks. These cards come at a higher ...
What you need to know about metal credit cards Written by Jennifer Doss Heavier than their plastic counterparts, metal credit cards are gaining popularity among some credit card users. They’re sleek, sturdy and still relatively rare in comparison to plastic cards, making them a status symbol for some. So what are the benefits of metal credit cards? The cons? Who offers them? Let’s start with a bit of history ...
Best credit cards for Global Entry and TSA PreCheck reimbursements Written by Jennifer Doss Best credit cards for Global Entry and TSA PreCheck reimbursements Global Entry and TSA PreCheck membership can make for a smoother airport experience. CardRatings editors break down the perks and discuss which credit cards waive application fees for cardholders.There are many things to love about traveling, but we think it’s safe to say that ...
Guide to the American Airlines AAdvantage program Written by CardRatings.com With major hubs in Dallas and Charlotte, American Airlines sends off nearly 6,700 flights each day to almost 350 destinations worldwide. As one of the nation's legacy carriers, the airline has a long history and is a top choice for many travelers. If you're going to fly on American Airlines though, make the most of it ...
Guide to the Hilton Honors program Written by Maryalene LaPonsie As the company's loyalty program, Hilton Honors allows members to earn points for hotel stays, credit card purchases, car rentals and more. Those points can then be redeemed for free stays at more than 4,800 Hilton properties or for other travel services or entertainment options. Points can even be used to shop on Amazon.TABLE OF ...
Guide to the Marriott Bonvoy program Written by Maryalene LaPonsie The merger of Marriott International and Starwood Hotels & Resorts created one of the largest hotel brands in the world. It also created a new hotel loyalty program: Marriott Bonvoy. Bonvoy not only brings together the former Marriott Rewards and Starwood Preferred Guest programs under a single umbrella but it folds in The Ritz-Carlton Rewards as ...
Should you use your tax refund to pay off credit card debt? Written by Geoff Williams Your tax refund came and it’s pretty big, so you're thinking of going on a vacation. Or maybe you’ll make some home improvements?  Or just stick it in your checking account to enjoy having extra money for a change… All worthy thoughts, but let us humbly suggest another, possibly less fun, idea: use your tax refund ...

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