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You can earn up to 75,000 bonus points a year on your credit card, just by convincing your friends to sign up
Not everyone likes to broach the subject, but you could be rewarded for your credit card recommendations when friends use your referral links.
I have almost 30 rewards credit cards, and these are the best hotel stays I’ve booked with my points
Memorable hotel stays don't have to cost you hundreds of dollars. By earning credit card points, you can book award stays at these amazing properties.
It can be tricky to find availability if you're trying to use your miles for a last-minute trip, but these frequent flyer programs can help.
Anyone who buys things online is missing out on travel rewards by ignoring free shopping portals from brands like Chase, Amex, and Southwest Airlines
In addition to earning points or miles by using a credit card to buy things online, you can earn extra rewards by going through a shopping portal.
I have 14 credit cards and pay more than $2,600 in annual fees. Here’s how I’m deciding which cards to keep
When I realized I was paying more than $2,600 in credit card annual fees, I decided to cut back. Here's how I decided which cards are worth keeping.
I pay $450 a year for my Chase Sapphire Reserve card, and it gives me a perk so valuable I won’t travel without it
With a Priority Pass membership, you can access more than 1,200 lounges and restaurants at airports around the world at no charge.
Credit cards with high annual fees tend to turn off a lot of people who do not want to pay up front. However, their rewards may make the fee worth it.
The 100,000 point sign-up bonus on Marriott's mainstream credit card, the Marriott Bonvoy Boundless Credit Card, ends on May 16,
I have 18 credit cards. After years of struggling to keep them straight, here’s the best strategy I’ve found so far
The best way to pay your credit cards on time is to change the due dates so they're all due on the same days of the month, and easier to remember.
If you ask me, using debit over credit is leaving money on the table. Here are the cards I keep in my wallet to get the most from everything I buy
She always carries a travel card, a dining card, and a cash-back card in her wallet to get the most value from every purchase she makes.