Chase Hyatt Hotel Credit Card Review

Those with a taste for luxury will enjoy the metal Chase Hyatt credit card. Though Hyatt may not offer as many properties as the competitors, they tend to be nicer. Plus, this card is one of the most lucrative hotel cards on the market. Though its $75 annual fee isn’t waived for the first year,[…]

Chase Marriott Rewards Premier Credit Card Review

First of all, the Chase Marriott Rewards Premier card is pretty. It’s pure black, somehow both shiny and matte, and distinctly heavy from the real metal inside. Edit: see here for a higher limited time offer.  But beauty is only skin-deep. For the Marriott diehard, this card also promises some valuable rewards. Although the card carries[…]

The Citi & American Express Hilton HHonors Credit Cards Review

  Hilton hotels number over 4,000 and are located all over the world, making the chain a solid choice for the prolific traveler. The Hilton HHonors program comes in four credit cards, two with an annual fee and two without. This article focuses on the two Hilton cards with no annual fee, the Citi Hilton[…]

Barclaycard Ring Credit Card Review

Barclaycard® Ring MasterCard® is unique. Open-source projects, co-op’s, and other kinds of social experiments are flowering now, in the information age. Even a bank is hopping on board. That’s right — the Ring card is “crowd-sourced.” The idea (according to Barclay’s) is that the cardmembers can discuss and vote, via an online community portal, and[…]

Citi Simplicity Credit Card Review

This Citi card promises simplicity, but it delivers something even better — humanity. Here’s a situation that’s probably familiar. Life has thrown you a curve ball, or five. Suddenly a thousand things to do pop up and before you know it, a couple days have gone by. What’s the date again? Wasn’t there something else[…]

US Bank SKYPASS Visa Signature Credit Card Review

US Bank’s SKYPASS Visa Signature isn’t too impressive as far as airline cards go, but it’s well worth it if you happen to travel with Korean Air often, since the miles earned are good for reward travel and upgrades on that airline, as well as the other SkyTeam partners. You get the standard earnings rate[…]

American Express JetBlue Travel Rewards Credit Card

The American Express JetBlue travel rewards credit card is a no-brainer for anyone who already travels on JetBlue Airlines often. But the free agents out there might want to pass it up, since there are definitely better deals as far as airline cards go. Still, if you are a JetBlue fan, we don’t blame you:[…]

Barclay’s Lufthansa Premier Miles & More World MasterCard

Apply Now: Miles & More® Premier World MasterCard®   Now, Miles & More covers a good number of European airlines, including SWISS and LOT Polish as well as Lufthansa, but we recommend going with one of the Star Alliance partners in order to avoid high fees. Award ticket surcharges can easily reach $500 for flights from[…]

US Bank LifeMiles Visa Signature Travel Rewards Credit Card Review

The US Bank LifeMiles Visa Signature card is fairly standard as far as airline cards go. It lets you accumulate miles for the Avianca and TACA airlines, which primarily serve South America. Thus, this travel rewards card would be good to pair with the LANPASS card if you are looking to travel to South America[…]