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Whether you want to save money on interest and fees, earn top rewards and bonuses, or indulge your taste for luxury with exclusive perks and upgrades, there’s a credit card for you. But which one? Our reviews will help you sort through the offerings to find your best choice.

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Citi / AAdvantage Platinum Select World Elite Mastercard review

Earning frequent flier miles is getting harder than ever, as airlines are less inclined to offer a free flight when their planes are full of...

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Hilton Honors Ascend Card from American Express review

There are several Hilton credit cards that can help you collect coveted Honors points, but the Ascend card is one of the best. With a...

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Chase Sapphire Reserve card review

Don’t be deterred by the new Chase Sapphire Reserve card’s three-figure annual fee. If you’re used to getting a large...

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Costco Anywhere Visa Card by Citi review

At last, the dust seems to have settled on Costco’s transition to the Citi Costco Anywhere Visa. Following a longstanding...

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Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Signature card review

Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Signature Card Review: More Details The Amazon Prime Visa Signature card comes with a head-turning number: 5...

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Uber Visa card from Barclays review

According to Uber’s press release, their new Uber Visa card is designed with their “riders in mind.” From the...

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Chase Freedom review

The Chase Freedom card is a good 1 percent cash back card that offers no annual fee, as well as paying 5 percent cash back on purchases in...

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Chase Freedom Unlimited review

The recent release of the Chase Freedom Unlimited card is a part of some great new updates to Chase’s superb line of Ultimate...

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Bank of America® Travel Rewards Credit Card review

If you love travel but hate dealing with the intricacies and somewhat arcane terms of frequent flier and hotel programs, you will love the...

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