Rewards Credit Cards - Reviews
Credit card rewards come in many forms — from miles to cash back to points — that can redeemed for a variety of goodies. Some cards offer large sign-up bonuses, others offer extra earnings on bonus categories. Some cards charge annual fees. All these differences can make it difficult to compare.
We’ve created a rating system to cut through the complicated details and compare cards on a similar basis. Our ratings take into account the estimated value of their rewards, the ease of redeeming rewards and special perks and benefits. Check out the offers below from our partners.
Fidelity Rewards Visa Signature card
Last reviewed: December 17, 2020
The Fidelity Rewards card offers cash back at a high 2 percent rate, but — if you’re not inclined to open a Fidelity bank account to get the card — you may be better off searching for a cash back card with fewer restrictions or even a travel card with flexible points.
Wells Fargo Propel American Express® card
Last reviewed: July 20, 2021
The Wells Fargo Propel card is one of the best no-annual-fee travel cards on the market, thanks to its 3x point bonus.
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Alliant Visa Signature Card
Last reviewed: July 8, 2021
With a 2.5-percent cash back rate on all purchases, the Alliant Visa Signature Card is made for those who want to put all of their credit card spend onto one card.
Best Western Rewards MasterCard
Last reviewed: September 10, 2020
The Best Western Rewards MasterCard offers frequent hotel guests a decent number of bonus points on hotel stays; but its modest sign-up bonus and skimpy rewards on non-hotel purchases limit its appeal.
U.S. Bank Altitude® Go Visa Signature® Card
Last reviewed: September 9, 2021
Thanks to its impressive rewards rate on a variety of everyday purchases, the U.S. Bank Altitude Go card is a great option for foodies and occasional travelers who want to avoid an annual fee.
Verizon Visa® Card
Last reviewed: June 25, 2021
The Verizon Visa Card offers Verizon customers impressive rewards value and service discounts – but it’s only worth applying if you plan to stick with the carrier for the long haul.
PenFed Platinum Rewards Visa Signature® Card
Last reviewed: June 30, 2021
With an affordable APR and some of the best rewards you can get on gas and supermarket purchases, the PenFed Platinum Rewards card is a great card for heavy-spending families.
U.S. Bank FlexPerks Travel Rewards Visa Signature card
Last reviewed: September 10, 2020
The U.S. Bank FlexPerks Travel Rewards Visa Signature card is a good value for cardholders who want to redeem points for travel purchases, but its other redemption options aren’t nearly as lucrative. This offer is no longer available on our site.
Korean Air SKYPASS Visa Signature card
Last reviewed: January 15, 2021
With an average sign-up bonus and a low rewards rate, the SKYPASS Visa Signature card is not a great choice for many cardholders; but frequent travelers to South Korea can eke some good values out of it.
Synovus Cash Rewards Visa
Last reviewed: March 4, 2021
The Synovus Cash Rewards Visa Platinum card offers one of the lowest interest rates you can get on a credit card, but its balance transfer offer only lasts for six months, making it a riskier choice for cardholders with big balances.
PayPal Cash Back Mastercard
Last reviewed: July 2, 2021
Though the PayPal Cash Back Mastercard offers good rewards rate, cardholders who are not regular PayPal users may find the redemption options too cumbersome.
Delta SkyMiles® Blue American Express Card
Last reviewed: September 16, 2021
You can earn miles at a fairly high rate with this no-annual-fee airline card, but you can find several flexible travel cards — and even a few cash back cards — that offer more flexible and more valuable rewards.