Luxury Credit Cards - Reviews
Luxury travel cards typically come with a high annual fee, but if you are a frequent flyer who enjoys luxury perks and can budget a fee of $200 or more, don’t let the price tag trip you up. Most elite cards are teeming with valuable perks -- such as airport lounge access, travel credits, luxury travel insurance, elite status benefits and luxury hotel perks -- that easily surpass the card’s annual fee. We’ve reviewed the top luxury cards to help you find the best card to get you where you want to go, with a touch of class.
U.S. Bank Altitude Reserve Card
Last reviewed: April 26, 2019
The U.S. Bank Altitude Reserve card unfortunately falls short on its airline lounge offering, but it does feature an extensive list of luxury benefits and an excellent rewards program that includes a generous travel credit, a bonus on travel purchases and a 50 percent boost in point value for travel redemptions. This offer is no longer available on our site.
The Platinum Card from American Express
Last reviewed: June 10, 2019
The American Express Platinum card carries one of the highest annual fees for a card in its class and a rewards rate that pales in comparison to similar cards; however, you can’t beat its extensive list of luxury travel perks, including access to exclusive Centurion lounges.
Starwood Preferred Guest American Express Luxury Card
Last reviewed: February 13, 2019
Aside from its gigantic introductory bonus, the main appeal of the Starwood Preferred Guest American Express Luxury card is luxury hotel perks. This offer is no longer available.
The Ritz-Carlton Rewards credit card
Last reviewed: August 20, 2018
The Ritz-Carlton Rewards card is far from the best option for getting elite travel perks and lounge access; but, for a frequent guest of Ritz-Carlton hotels, it does grant some pretty nice hotel perks, including automatic elite status and access to Ritz-Carlton hotel lounges. This offer is no longer available.