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The Southwest Priority card is one of the most value-packed airline credit cards around — one benefit alone cancels out $75 of the annual fee
If you plan to spend at least $75 on Southwest flights each year, the Priority card is almost a no-brainer.
Of all the American Express cards you can sign up for, the Amex Platinum is the best with its generous benefits, valuable perks, and solid rewards.
I have 15 credit cards, and I combine sign-up bonuses with everyday spending to get the most travel rewards from each one
It didn't take long for me to learn that working on free flights and hotels is much easier if you leverage the bonus plus rewards from daily spending.
Chase Sapphire Preferred vs. Capital One Venture — we compared 2 of the top travel rewards cards and named a winner
If I had to pick a winner, though, it would be the Chase Sapphire Preferred. The benefits and value of Ultimate Rewards points are tough to beat.
From IHG to Hilton to Marriott, these are the best hotel co-branded credit cards in 2019. Enjoy perks like elite status and bonus points.
Right now, there are seven credit cards with bonuses of 100,000 points or more! Cards from Capital One, United, and Amex represent fantastic values.
11 of the best credit card offers in December, from up to 200,000 Capital One miles to a limited-time United card bonus
The best credit card offers of December, including bonuses from Capital One, the United Explorer card, and the Amex Green card.
You can turn Chase points into United miles and book award flights to virtually anywhere you want to travel. Here's how to do it and what to book.
The Capital One Venture card is one of the best travel cards available, and its annual fee is even waived the first year
The Capital One Venture Rewards credit card has a big sign-up bonus, makes it easy to earn and redeem miles, and has valuable benefits.
3 sign-up bonuses from Amex, Chase, and Capital One that can turn your holiday expenses into a vacation
If you apply for a card like the Chase Sapphire Preferred and meet the spending requirement, you'll have enough rewards to book a getaway.