Greenlight is a relatively new app designed for parents, through which you can send your kids money to use at stores of your choosing. Notifications and an FDIC-insured bank keep your account secure.
There are thousands of VIP restaurant, venue and travel discounts and experiences to be had with the SELECT card, a VIP membership program that requires an application and a $300 annual fee.
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.
Consumers with no credit history or low scores are the prime candidates for the Petal Visa, a new credit card that has no fees, rewards or deposits and seeks to make credit accessible and easy to...
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 Build Card is a credit card from First Republic Bank designed for consumers who have bad credit or are trying to rebuild their credit. High fees and automatic APR make this card expensive to own.
The IKEA Visa is IKEA’s rewards-focused consumer credit card with cash-back rates and sign-up bonuses that can earn you more than $550 in rewards your first year and more than $470 every year...
The L.L.Bean Mastercard is a store credit card offering a one-time 15% discount the day you get it & an ongoing 4% rewards rate on most purchases you make at L.L.Bean’s online & physical locations.
The Fuze Card smart card has the ability to store up to 30 credit, debit, gift and membership cards, any of which can be used via a simple set of buttons. The card sells for $129 and has a battery...
Mastercard’s Black Card is a luxury rewards credit card that offers the typical combination of rewards and travel perks that have specific benefits but don’t augment the card’s value enough to...
Coffee lovers can use the Starbucks Rewards Visa Prepaid Card to earn more rewards than what they could get with a reloadable Starbucks card while avoiding the fees and interest on the Starbucks...
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.
Even though the Chase Sapphire Reserve’s 50K intro points bonus aren't as high as its initial 100K bonus, the card’s host of high-end travel reimbursements and perks make it an industry leader.
The United MileagePlus Explorer card offers a well-rounded suite of travel benefits that include priority boarding, a 40,000-point bonus and two free airport lounge passes.
The AAdvantage Aviator Red World Elite Mastercard is an airline reward credit card offered by Barclays that gives you 40,000 free AAdvantage miles when you make your first purchase.
Consumers who use PayPal often may enjoy the PayPal Cashback MasterCard, a rewards credit card that offers 2% cash back on every purchase you make as well as an interesting mix of shopping benefits.
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.
Home Depot’s Consumer Credit Card is a typical store credit card. Purchases are limited to Home Depot’s stores and website but there are unique no-interest offers that might be worth your while.
A three-tiered rewards system, as well as a substantial sign-up bonus, make the Bank of America Cash Rewards an attractive card but its APR’s and low yearly rewards reduce its value.
The American Express Platinum card is a luxury credit card offering 75,000 introductory bonus points and a substantial set of travel benefits.
Citi’s AAdvantage Platinum Select World Elite Mastercard is an American Airlines rewards card that can get you free flights, a free checked bag and complimentary priority boarding.
The Choice Privileges Visa Signature is a hotel rewards credit card you can use to earn points that can be redeemed for free rooms in the Choice Hotels international network.
The Total Visa is one of the more well-known unsecured credit cards made for people who are trying to rebuild their credit scores. The cards high fees and limited benefits may not be a good fit for...
Travelers who fly Delta on a regular basis will enjoy the Delta Reserve Credit Card from American Express’ long-term benefits and opportunity to get free Silver status in the sought-after Medallion...
The PNC Points Visa is a cash-back credit card whose cash rewards potential gets a huge boost from 50% and 75% bonuses reserved for cardholders with certain PNC checking and virtual wallet accounts.
The Barclaycard Visa with Apple Rewards provides Apple fans a way to earn rewards from Apple purchases, restaurants, and everyday items. For the average family, yearly rewards can be as high as $300.
The Chase Freedom uses a rotating 5% rewards category along with a 1% flat rate to earn you around $425 a year in cash back rewards.
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.
Business owners who like Wells Fargo will enjoy the Wells Fargo Business Platinum credit card’s straightforward cash rewards rate and lack of an annual fee and foreign transaction fee.
The Regions Bank Prestige Visa is a cash rewards card featuring an intro cash-back rate of 2% for the first 90 days and a 1% cash-back rate after that. The card has no annual fee or foreign...
Travelers who like booking travel through Priceline.com could enjoy the Priceline Rewards Visa, a credit card that gives 5 rewards points for every purchase made on Priceline and a 5K up-front bonus.
The TD Cash Credit Card is a cash-rewards card whose intro offers of $150 in bonus cash, as well as a year of 0% interest on balance transfers, make it an interesting option for rewards seekers.
Ally CashBack Credit Card has the potential to earn decent rewards for customers of Ally Bank who spend an average or above-average amount on gas and groceries.
The IKEA Projekt card is one of two IKEA credit cards. Rather than offer a rewards system, this card focuses on providing low-interest, long-term financing for big projects around the house.
Privacy.com provides its users with three different types of virtual card numbers you can use to make transactions without having to surrender any personal information in order to pay.
The OpenSky Secured Visa provides a competitive APR and a low annual fee, making it one of the better choices for a credit card for consumers with bad credit or no credit.
A well-known travel credit card, the Chase Sapphire Preferred has a great sign up bonus and a dozen travel partners but its yearly rewards potential weakens its overall value.
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.
Using an excellent rewards rate, middling sign-up bonus and transfer partner, the Capital One Venture card is one of the best travel rewards cards you can find.
Using the Capital One Quicksilver for a cash rewards is as simple as it gets. The card has a 1.5% percent rewards rate for all purchases and a $150 sign-up bonus earned through $500 of spending in 90...
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