With no annual fee, good cash back on key spending categories, and a nice welcome offer which should be easy for most to max-out, the Blue Cash Everyday Card is a card that looks tempting right now. Cash back may not be the coolest of rewards that you can get from a credit card but it's as reliable a reward as you'll find, and when the world is as it is, reliable is often preferable to cool.
Selecting the airline on which to use the Platinum Card's airline fee credit is usually one of the first things that a lot of people do when they get their Platinum Card in the mail. What a lot of people often forget is that you can change the airline on which you use the airline fee credit once every year and that the one time this change can be made is at the beginning of every calendar year - in January.
The Marriott Bonvoy Brilliant card from American Express is the most premium Bonvoy credit card available and offers a variety of excellent benefits for the $450 annual fee that it charges. To some that annual fee may sound a little high, but if you're a Marriott timeshare owner or if you own Marriott Vacation Club points, this should be one of the first cards that you make sure you have in your portfolio.
Generally speaking, American Express dominates the market when it comes to issuing cards that offer strong earnings rates on supermarket spending, but with Chase offering targeted bonuses on some of its co-branded cards, as well as a grocery bonus for the Chase Sapphire Reserve Card, this is a good time to take another look at which cards currently offer the best return on grocery spending.
I was taking a look at something in my Chase online account a little earlier today when I noticed that I'd managed to forget to register my Freedom Card for the new quarterly bonuses that it shares with the Freedom Flex Card so, just in case any other cardholders have been as forgetful as me, this is a reminder to make sure you've registered for the bonuses and that you're making the most of them.
Citi is emailing targeted holders of its ThankYou cards with an offer of bonus points for spending in select categories in the first quarter of 2021. I've been targeted for this offer on my Citi Premier Card but I've seen this offer sent to holders of other ThankYou cards too.
If you hold an American Express co-branded card and have been feeling a little left out as you've watched holders of other Amex cards enjoying the great offers and spending bonuses that they have been targeted for in recent days, don't worry, good things are on the way...apparently.
Amex is on a roll right now. A little earlier I wrote about a monthly $30 PayPal credit that has been added to the personal Platinum Card (for a limited time), this morning I wrote about the excellent offers that a lot of Platinum Card holders have been targeted for, and now we're seeing Business Platinum Card holders being targeted for a great offer too.
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The Citi Prestige Card must be one of the most highly devalued cards of recent years (it’s gone from being a “must-have” card to a card whose existence can, for some, be hard to justify) so it's nice to be able to confirm that the card is bringing back a very useful benefit that we first saw in 2020.