The MasterCard Black is an ultra-luxurious credit card with a host of benefits you won’t find with the average card. The elite program has a $495 annual fee.
Like their others in the Luxury Card line, MasterCard’s Titanium Card offers a 0% introductory APR for balance transfers, points for every dollar spent, and much more.
The upcoming Chase Sapphire Credit Card boasts 100,000 bonus points after spending $4K, 3X points on all travel and dining-related purchases, no caps, and more.
Visa has partnered with Costco to offer a new credit card with rewards in several different categories, including travel, gas and purchases at Costco locations.
The Bank of America Cash Rewards credit card currently offers a $100 cash-back bonus, along with 0% APR on purchases and balance transfers for 12 months.
Lending Tree is a free third-party service that matches you with lenders for personal, business, home and auto loans, as well as credit cards and refis.
The Capital One Spark Cash for Business card offers a $500 bonus and unlimited 2% cash back on all purchases. Is it worth a try? We’ve got the answer.
The Chase Freedom Card features different cash back rewards that help you earn money by shopping at 30 different retailers, while protecting you against fraud.
The Chase Sapphire Preferred Card is a credit card currently offering a 50,000-point bonus as a promotional offer and allowing you to earn points on travel, dining, hotels, and more.
The Chase Slate Credit Card can help you pay down your debt faster through 0% introductory balances transfers, and help you monitor your monthly FICO score.
The Capital One Venture Card is an excellent fit for travelers looking for a credit card that offers a big introductory mile bonus (40K!) & miles on purchases.
Capital One’s Quicksilver credit card offers unlimited 1.5% cash back on purchases, a 0% intro APR, no annual fee and a $100 cash bonus for new cardholders.
The Discover It credit card is offering new customers 5% cash back in rotating categories & double the cash back rewards in your first year of membership.
The American Express Blue Cash Preferred Card offers cash back based on the types of purchases you make. It has an annual fee & a cash bonus for first-timers.
Citi’s DoubleCash card provides 2% cash back on all purchases you make—1% when you buy, and another 1% when you pay—in addition to a introductory 0% APR.
The Chase Ink Cash Business Card offers a $200 cash back reward, 0% APR on purchases and balance transfers in the first 12 months and no annual fee.
Chase Freedom Unlimited offers accountholders a 0% intro APR, unlimited 1.5% cash back on all purchases, significant bonuses, and a host of security features.
The Citi Simplicity Card features great benefits for the right customer, including no late fees, no annual fee, no penalty rate, and a 0% introductory APR.
Plastc Card is a multi-account card that allows you to store up to 20 credit, debit or gift cards. The card currently costs $155 and will ship beginning on April 29, 2016.
Bank of America’s BankAmericard Travel Rewards card is offering a 20,000-point bonus for $1,000 in purchases in the first 3 months and comes with no annual fee.
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