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Here’s a collection of my most useful posts discussing different aspects of credit cards — from getting the most rewarding ones, to signing up for cards just to get the bonus miles, to which ones you should cancel and which ones you should keep.
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- Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card: Best all-around credit card with a big signup bonus and double points on travel and dining.
- Chase Sapphire Reserve Card earns triple points on travel and dining. Note that this is not my referral link for the card, and information about the product was neither provided nor reviewed by its issuer.
Best Cards for Spending
- My Credit Card Strategy for 2014
- The Best Rewards Credit Card for the 99% — and for the 1%
- The Most Rewarding Credit Cards for Different Kinds of Spending
Signing up for Cards for the Bonus Miles:
- The Most Lucrative Credit Card Signup Bonuses
- Ways to Goose Your Minimum Spend for a Credit Card Signup Bonus
- Minimum Spend is No Longer an Issue for Credit Card Signup Bonuses
- Leveraging Monster Credit Card Signup Bonuses for Even More Miles
Making the Most of — And Protecting — Your Credit:
- Chase Sapphire: King of All Credit Cards
- Spending Requirement Reduced on the 50,000 Point Bonus Chase Ink Cards
- American Express Platinum’s Amazing Travel Benefits
- The Enduring Value of the Starwood American Express Card
- Citi Hilton Reserve Visa vs. Starwood American Express
- Ritz-Carlton Rewards Visa: Strong Value for Ritz Guests and Frequent Marriott Customers Without Mid-tier Status
- Keep or Cancel? Here’s How I’m Thinking About Each of the Rewards Cards in My Wallet
- Why You Should Get a Small Business Credit Card
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