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Unlike most airline and hotel rewards, credit card points never expire — and they’re often a better deal
Airline miles and hotel points often expire if you don't have any account activity in a certain period of time, but credit card points never expire.
When you apply for a card, the issuer does a hard inquiry on your credit report, which can ding your credit score — but only for a few months.
If you have a Chase Sapphire or Freedom card, you can earn 5x points on food delivery with DoorDash and Tock through May
The bonus rewards are in addition to existing DoorDash benefits for Chase Freedom and Sapphire cardholders, including DashPass membership.
Credit card travel rewards may not seem very useful right now, but don’t forget you can redeem them for cash back
The points you earn with almost any travel rewards card can be redeemed for cash back. This is a useful option to have, and it can be a decent value.
Find the best credit card for earning bonus points or cash back when you shop online, and stack your rewards with deals such as Amex and Chase offers.
4 credit cards with the most comprehensive travel insurance — from trip cancellation to lost luggage
Whether you need to cancel a trip due to illness or your luggage was lost, these cards offer the best protections and reimbursement policies.
Does your credit card’s travel insurance cover coronavirus cancellations? Here’s what American Express, Chase and others are telling custo...
Reimbursement for illness is a common feature on many major credit cards. Here's a list of some of their policies that would apply to coronavirus.
As credit card issuers change and devalue their points programs, some credit card users might debate the merits of opening a cash-back card instead.
I've been traveling for the last three years, but I hadn't planned to be away this long, so I wasn't prepared financially to live outside the US.
Travel rewards experts share their favorite credit card tips for maximizing your points and staying in good financial health.