All the rewards, all the time. These three rewards credit cards our favorite for racking up goodness to get you what your heart desires. (Within reason of course.)
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50,000 bonus points after you make at least $3,000 in purchases in the first 90 days of account opening. That’s $500 worth of rewards.
$100 Airline Incidental Statement Credit - Get up to a $100 Airline Incidental Statement Credit annually for qualifying purchases.
Get up to a $100 Airport Security Statement Credit toward TSA PreCheck or Global Entry application fee, every four years.
Oh, nice to see you again. We see you want more rewards. You're in luck. Banks are dying to take your money, so they've upped their rewards game. Here are some more cards that offer flexible rewards earning opportunities.
The Chase Sapphire Preferred (CSP) is a strong credit card best suited for those that travel two to three times a year. The card offers a points program that is flexible and user friendly, and it is loaded with travel perks. If you’re adding the CSP to your wallet here’s what you can expect once you receive your new card.
The Bank of America Travel Rewards credit card is a reliable no annual fee credit card, that can make a solid staple in the right wallet. Customers will earn 1.5 points per dollar spent on all purchases, all the time, with no earning caps or categories to keep track of.