The Ultimate Cash Back Credit Card Strategy

Recently I published a review of the Blue Cash Everyday from American Express credit card. With the preferred version of the card, you earn 6% cash back at the grocery store. That’s a huge return, and it got me to thinking–could a typical family earn $1,000 a year or more in cash rewards simply by […]

Published or Updated: November 10, 2015

8 Ways to Nab Free Hotel Stays

Traveling the world used to be a dream of mine, but it seemed like we’d never be able to afford it. Between the cost of airline tickets and hotel stays, each trip overseas would easily cost several thousand dollars. We thought it would take years to save up, and it would have…if we hadn’t discovered loyalty […]

Published or Updated: December 21, 2015

Citi Double Cash Card Review

The Citi Double Cash Card  is a great option if you’re looking for an everyday use rewards card. Like many of today’s cash back credit card options, it doesn’t have a lot of purchase restrictions. You can earn 1% cash back – unlimited – on any purchase you make with the card. Unlike most other […]

Published or Updated: April 26, 2016

The Amazon Prime Store Card: Is it Worth It?

Just in time for back-to-school and holiday shopping, Amazon.com has rolled out a new Amazon Prime Store Card that comes with either 0% financing or 5% cash back on your purchases. If you are a regular Amazon shopper, this offer could free up some wiggle room in your monthly shopping budget. Promotional Financing Offers When […]

Published or Updated: August 1, 2015

A Complete List of Credit Card Miles Signup Bonus Offers

If you’re looking for ways to save on airfare, it might make sense to consider a co-branded credit card that offers airline miles for your everyday spending. Many of these cards work in conjunction with popular airlines to offer points or “miles” that you can redeem for free airfare, seat upgrades, airline status, and other […]

Published or Updated: March 12, 2016

6 Top Gas Credit Cards – 2016

Even with gas costs falling this year, it’s not as cheap as it used to be. Maybe you’re reminiscing about the days when you could fill the whole tank for $5. If so, you’ll love these gas cards. Credit cards offering cash back and other gas rewards can be a great way to trim your […]

Published or Updated: January 3, 2016

The New Visa Clear Prepaid Program Simplifies Prepaid Card Fees

Visa just simplified the confusing world of prepaid debit card fees. In order to help consumers avoid the complex maze of fees sometimes charged by prepaid cards, Visa recently announced a new designation for prepaid products with simple fee structures and no “gotchas.” The new set of standards, called the Visa Clear Prepaid Program, aims […]

Published or Updated: May 7, 2015

12 Credit Cards That Offer Credit Scores for Free

In the recent podcast on How to Track All 3 of Your Credit Scores, I mentioned that I would have a follow up article that tracked all the cards that offer free credit scores – whether it’s an official FICO score or not – and the credit bureau the data are drawn from. Here is the promised article, […]

Published or Updated: June 18, 2016

List of Credit Cards that Offer Signup Bonuses

Credit Card signup bonuses offer significant benefits.  Many cards offer bonus miles or points worth $400 or more in statement credit.  Other cards simply offer bonus cash or free airline tickets. A reader named Ben wrote to me recently asking about these bonuses: I’ve been curious about credit card sign on bonuses for a long […]

Published or Updated: January 20, 2015

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