The Amex SPG was refreshed in August, and Marriott released the Marriott Rewards Premier Plus card earlier this year. Starting on August 26, 2018, you'll only be eligible for a signup bonus from Marriott or SPG, but not both.Read More
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Citi recently launched the new American Airlines AAdvantage MileUp card. The card is a good entry level or product change option if you want to earn miles on groceries and American Airline purchases.Read More
Bank of America has a good two-card setup if you plan on having your assets with them long-term. The points earning rates vary by reward tier, and the more assets you have, the higher your earning rate is.Read More
Chase and Southwest recently launched the Chase Southwest Priority card, a premium rewards card that gives you a $75 airline credit each year, 20% back on in-flight purchases, 4 upgraded boarding passes, and 7,500 points after your first cardmember anniversary.Read More
The Citi ThankYou Premier card is comparable to the Chase Sapphire Preferred since it earns points on travel and dining. The Citi ThankYou Premier card has a 50,000 point signup bonus after you spend $4,000 within the first three months of account opening.Read More
In 2017, U.S. Bank released the U.S. Bank Altitude Reserve Visa Infinite card to compete in the premium card market. I've had the card in my wallet for a year, and I think it's a decent alternative to the Chase Sapphire Reserve. Here's my year in review, and how to calculate if the U.S. Bank Altitude Reserve is worth it for you.Read More
One of the most frequently asked questions we get is, "Should I get the Chase Sapphire Preferred or the Chase Sapphire Reserve?" Here are three scenarios where it makes sense to get the Chase Sapphire Preferred.Read More