Amex Blue Business Plus Credit Card Review (2021) – A TFM Favorite

There's aren't many credit cards that I consider to be "must-have" cards for any serious miles and points fan but the Blue Business Plus Credit Card from American Express is definitely one of them. This card comes with no annual fee and is one of the more rewarding cards you'll find for spending in non-bonused categories.

This is why it’s hard to replace the Chase Sapphire Reserve card

Last week, I wrote a post covering why I think that as excellent as it is, the new Capital One Venture X credit card isn't a card that can simply take the place of the Chase Sapphire Reserve Card. Nevertheless, I'm less than enamored with how Chase appears to be neglecting its most premium card so I've been spending the past few days working on finding alternatives. The slightly surprising conclusion that I've come to is that for a lot of people, replacing the Chase Sapphire Reserve may not be straightforward or economical.

Targeted: Fantastic welcome offer for the Blue Business Plus Credit Card

The Blue Business® Plus Credit Card from American Express is a card that I have, is a card that I hold in high regard and is a card that I think a lot of miles and points fans should be using, and if you don't already hold the Blue Business Plus card in your wallet, a targeted offer that Amex is currently running may be enough to persuade you to add it to your collection.

Tell TPG to tell Amex what you think of the changes to the two...

A lot of people have been increasingly unhappy with the direction that American Express has been taking its two Platinum Cards and we've been seeing a lot of comments criticizing the nature of the benefits that the cards offer. Well, if you're one of the complainers, there's an outside chance that you may now have a way of telling the people responsible for the changes what you think.

The Chase Ink Business Prefered Card Review (2021) – 100,000 Bonus Point Offer

The Ink Business Preferred Card from Chase currently offers one of the best welcome bonuses on the market, but there's a lot more to this card than just a one-off points bonanza - this is a credit card that offers excellent spending category bonuses, that makes other great credit cards even better, and that offers one of the rarer (and more useful) credit card benefits around.

Amex introduces a Morgan Stanley version of the Blue Cash Preferred Card

The Blue Cash Preferred® Card from American Express is one of the best cash back cards that American Express issues (I could make a strong argument for it being *the* best cash back card from Amex) and today has seen a new version of the card join the American Express portfolio - the Morgan Stanley Blue Cash® Preferred American Express Card.

No, the Capital One Venture X Card is not a ‘Sapphire Reserve killer’

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Applications Open: Capital One Venture X Card (100,000 Bonus Points)

As of today, applications for the new Capital One Venture X Rewards Credit Card are open. This is the latest premium card to be targeted to the miles & points world and when you consider what this card offers alongside its comparatively low annual fee, it's probably not overstating things when I say that this will almost certainly be the most popular premium card launch since the Chase Sapphire Reserve Card first came on the scene.

New Offer: Three Free Nights with the Marriott Bonvoy Boundless card

The welcome bonus on the Marriott Bonvoy Boundless Credit Card has now reverted to offering new applicants three free night certificates and bonus points on up to $2,500 of spending across three key shopping categories. For anyone planning a Marriott stay in the next few months, this could be a welcome offer that's worth considering.

Capital One introduces a new premium credit card – Venture X

Capital One recently got the miles and points community considerably more excited about a couple of its credit cards when it announced that a majority of transfers to its travel partners would now process in a 1:1 ratio. Today, more excitement seems to be on the way as the bank announces that it will launch the Venture X credit card in 5 days' time.

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