Travel Rewards Credit Cards

Category: American Express

Sep 03

When Bad Things Happen to Good Credit Card Customers

One of my favorite credit cards is the new Barclays JetBlue card, the successor to the American Express JetBlue card. It has a great sign-up bonus (although the bonus for the free card has been reduced), makes it easy to earn a ton of points and offers a path to elite status. So I was disappointed …

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Aug 04

Big Cash Bonus from American Express

American Express is offering a nice cash bonus on two of its Blue Cash cards, one of which comes with no annual fee. They’re both work a look. Earn from $300 – $450. Easily. American Express is offering up to $450 in rebates if you are willing to put some travel expenses on you card. It …

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Jul 29

Just How Badly Did Citibank Gut The Prestige Card?

When I first wrote about the Citibank Prestige card, I noted that the benefits that it offered not only offset the annual fee but also represented a massive overreach in terms of what they were offering. In other words, the perks were simply too good. Apparently, they agreed. They haven’t quite gutted the card, but …

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Jul 22

Are Bank Credit Card Points The Way To Go?

I’m normally not a big fan of having points just for the sake of having them (unless you got those points for free). There’s no need, for instance, to apply for a United Airlines credit card if you are never going to fly them. Thus, do you need Chase Ultimate Rewards points or Citibank ThankYou …

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Jun 21

The New Costco Anywhere Visa Card

It’s finally available. With Costco having dumped American Express as a partner and moved on to Citibank, the Costco credit card is changing and, for the most part, it’s changing for the better. The Rewards The Costco Anywhere card comes with a nice mix of rewards. It starts off with 4% back on gas purchases. …

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Jun 09

A Delta Bonus And A JetBlue Extension

Delta Ups The Ante on Credit Cards Delta has entered its seasonally high period. That is, the period when the credit card sign-up bonus is higher than usual. The Gold card will get you 50,000 miles after you spend $2,000 within the first three months, while the Platinum card will get you 60,000 bonus miles, …

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Apr 30

Hilton Amex Bonuses, Expiring Soon

Back here, I discussed the highest offer I have ever seen, 100,000 points for signing up and spending $3,000 in the first three months. That’s enough to get you at least one night at any property and, very likely, a few nights. If you like elite status, you’ll receive Gold status just for having the …

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Apr 02

Highest Ever Hilton Amex Offer and a Darn Good Southwest Chase Card

The Hilton Surpass Card – 100,000 Points Apparently, the card bonus wars aren’t over among issuers, as Hilton raises the bar to six figures. Through May 4, The Surpass Card from American Express is offering 100,000 to sign up and spend $3,000 within your first three months as a cardholder. I’ve never seen a bonus …

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Mar 28

A Few Details on The New Citibank Costco Anywhere Card

Costco and Citibank finally released the details of the new Costco Anywhere card and they look great. The card is not available yet, but will be mailed to current American Express customers in May. June 19th is the last day you will be able to use your American Express card, with the change taking place …

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Mar 14

Barclays Introduce The New JetBlue Credit Cards

American Express has had a tough year, having lost both JetBlue and Costco as customers. And while most people have been anxious to find out about the benefits of the new Costco card, I’ve finally got some details on the new Barclays JetBlue card and a way to apply. Barclays is offering three cards in …

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