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Regular rewards cards often pay out more per gallon.
If you have bad credit or none at all, here’s how you can still get a credit card.
These cards will cost you time, money, and aggravation. Stay away.
The most recognizable credit card in the world is no longer a world-beater.
And how does it compare to Costco and Sam’s Club?
Sounds weird, but there’s a credit card that doesn’t feel like making money off you.
They can really cost you. But you can outsmart them – and even profit from them.
Gift cards are a terrible present — unless you’re giving them to yourself to multiply your reward points.
When a computer says no, sometimes a human being says yes.
This ridiculous fee cost you big, even though it didn’t cost your credit card company anything.
Not many credit cards automatically double your rewards. This one does.
Costco and JetBlue are dumping Amex, and that might affect you — even if you’ve never owned their cards.
The American Express Green card has gone the way of the Sony Walkman. Here’s why both are outdated.
Kroger’s 1-2-3 Rewards Card doesn’t stack up to better credit card offers.
Smartphone models are upgraded each year, often accompanied by price cuts, and it’s big news. Credit cards? They’re updated less frequently, and they rarely make headlines. Maybe this one should. The Citi ThankYou Premier card offers ThankYou points, which are generally worth one cent each toward gift cards, merchandise, and travel reservations booked through Citi. That climbs […]
A credit card with no late fees? No balance transfer fees? No fees at all? Yup, it’s a Promise.
Depending on what you buy, each card can save you money. Here are the details.
Earn major miles without a major headache, plus double and triple points on gas and groceries.
Here’s a non-tech, no-BS explanation of the pros and cons of this new way of charging payments.
Good news: the most cash back. Bad news: the dumbest way of doing it.
Most Americans opt to use credit cards for their holiday shopping, but make common mistakes with them.
One of the first credit cards ever is accepting new members for the first time in years.
They have specific perks that might fit your needs — even if you don’t own a business.
We’re not really recommending it, we’re just saying it’s possible to save thousands.
Would you trust your 7-year-old with a credit card? Maybe you should.
The maligned card has a cult following — for good reasons.
Everything from marijuana to parking meters.
Answer: a lot younger than you think.
Short answer: hardly ever. Here’s list of better and cheaper options.
Lost luggage? Stolen cellphone? Rental car accident? Your credit card can help. For free.
The answer: More than 1 and less than 60.
Not all rewards cards are created equal. Check out which is good for you.
You need to avoid these cards at all costs, or they’ll cost you big bucks.
These chips protect you from theft, but they aren’t common in the United States. Here are the best ones so far.
Credit card debt? Consider a zero-percent APR promotional financing offer.
Maybe you know what your credit card’s “grace period” is. But do you know how you can convert it into cash?
Your credit card will nickel-and-dime you to death — unless you do this.
Sure, you can get a credit card that gives you free gas or airline miles. But these cards show you the money.
Don’t pay to use a credit card. Make sure your credit card pays you every time you use it: Use the best rewards cards.
Is there a credit card that rewards students for being financially responsible? No. There are five.
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