No Annual Fee card reviews

No Annual Fee Credit Cards - Reviews

We've taken a look at a wide variety of no-annual-fee cards, comparing and rating them based on the value of their rewards, ease of redemption, and perks and features. Whether you are looking for a cash back, airline, hotel or general rewards card, our reviews are designed to help you uncover the best values you can get with no fee.

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Discover it Miles credit card review

Discover it Miles credit card

4.3 rating

The Discover it Miles card offers a high return of 1.5 miles per dollar and then doubles those miles in your first year of membership, making it one of the best travel cards you can get with no annual fee.

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Wells Fargo Visa Signature credit card review

Wells Fargo Visa Signature credit card

4.2 rating

The Wells Fargo Visa Signature card’s 50 percent bonus on airfare redemptions boosts its earning rate to 1.5 percent — a great value for a no-annual-fee card.

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USAA Limitless Cashback Rewards Visa Signature credit card review

USAA Limitless Cashback Rewards Visa Signature credit card

3.8 rating

The USAA Limitless card offers by far the best earning rate of any cash back card; unfortunately, it’s only available to military members and their families in certain states.

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Wells Fargo Propel American Express credit card review

Wells Fargo Propel American Express credit card

4 rating

One of the more flexible travel cards that come without an annual fee, the Wells Fargo Propel American Express card is an especially good deal for Wells Fargo customers thanks to its 10 percent relationship bonus on points.

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Chase Freedom Unlimited card review

Chase Freedom Unlimited card

3.9 rating

The Chase Freedom Unlimited card beats out similar cards with a flat 1.5 percent cash back rate by offering rewards points that extremely versatile and valuable.

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Bank of America Travel Rewards Credit Card review review

Bank of America Travel Rewards Credit Card review

4 rating

With a generous sign-up bonus, a high general rewards rate of 1.5 points per dollar and good travel perks – including no foreign transaction fees – the Bank of America Travel Rewards Credit Card is a pretty sweet deal for a travel card with no annual fee.

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Uber Visa card from Barclays review

Uber Visa card from Barclays

3.9 rating

The Uber Visa card lets you earn a great rewards rate on restaurants and travel purchases without having to pay an annual fee.

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Blue Cash Everyday card from American Express review

Blue Cash Everyday card from American Express

3.9 rating

With a high rewards rate on gas and U.S. grocery store purchases and a large sign-up bonus, the Blue Cash Everyday card is one of the best no-annual-fee cards.

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Wells Fargo Cash Wise Visa card review

Wells Fargo Cash Wise Visa card

3.9 rating

From its extra-large sign-up bonus to its high rate of cash back on every purchase, fans of simplicity will appreciate this no-annual-fee card.

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SunTrust Cash Back credit card review

SunTrust Cash Back credit card

3 rating

With an unlimited 2 percent bonus on gas and groceries plus a 10 percent bonus if you deposit your rewards into a SunTrust account, the SunTrust Cash Rewards card is a good deal for current SunTrust customers.

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Golden 1 Credit Union Platinum Rewards credit card review

Golden 1 Credit Union Platinum Rewards credit card

3.8 rating

The Golden 1 Credit Union Platinum Rewards card offers an unlimited 3 percent rewards rate on the three heavy-hitting bonus categories: gas, restaurant and grocery store purchases. You’ll be hard-pressed to find a no-annual-fee card with a better rewards rate, though you need to live in California to qualify.

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Discover it Cash Rewards card review

Discover it Cash Rewards card

2.8 rating

For the first year, the Discover it card doubles all of the cash back that you earn without any limits, making a great deal for cardholders able to charge a large amount on the card; however, the average spender can find no-annual-fee cards with better sign-up bonuses,  and the rewards rate on the card over the long haul is less impressive.

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