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The best Chase credit cards you can sign up for, whether you prefer cash back, flexible points, or airline and hotel rewards
You can use Ultimate Rewards points for cash back, gift cards, and travel — and with some Chase cards, transfer them to airline and hotel partners.
Balance transfer cards help you pay down debt while avoiding interest thanks to intro APR offers. These are the best options.
You can buy just about everything at Amazon. Make sure you're doing it with the right credit card to earn the most bonus points or cash back.
Of all the American Express cards you can sign up for, the Amex Platinum is the best with its generous benefits, valuable perks, and solid rewards.
From IHG to Hilton to Marriott, these are the best hotel co-branded credit cards in 2021. Enjoy perks like elite status and bonus points.
Our top credit card picks for various categories, from cash back and travel rewards to intro APR offers and options for those with bad credit.
Southwest Rapid Rewards Priority card review: Earn a Companion Pass with a single welcome bonus and enjoy valuable travel perks
The Southwest Rapid Rewards Priority card is offering a Companion Pass and 30,000 points for a limited time, and comes with excellent benefits.
Citi Double Cash card review: One of the best cash-back cards has no annual fee, and 0% intro APR on balance transfers for 18 months
If you prefer simplicity, the Citi Double Cash card earns 2% cash back (1% when you buy and 1% when you pay) on all purchases — with no annual fee.
The Amex Platinum card is available to active-duty servicemembers at no annual fee — but even with the fee, it's a great value
Here's how active-duty US servicemembers can get the Amex Platinum Card fee waived. It offers fantastic value and great shopping and travel benefits.
The best Marriott credit cards — whether you want basic points earning or elite status and other luxury perks
Whether you occasionally stay at Marriott hotels or you're a loyalist, there's a credit card with perks to improve your stays.
All of Business Insider's credit card reviews in one place. Read reviews of cards like the Chase Sapphire Preferred, the Delta Amex cards, and more.
Blue, Gold, Platinum, or Reserve: We break down which Delta Amex credit card gets flyers the most value
A comparison of the Delta Amex credit cards — the Blue, Gold, Platinum, and Reserve.
Now that we're all spending more on groceries, it's a great time to get a credit card that earns you bonus points. Here are 6 top options.
You can earn up to 4x Amex points at the grocery store, or up to 6% cash back. These are the best cards for maximizing your supermarket spending.
Chase Sapphire Preferred card review: One of the best rewards cards for beginners, with a sign-up bonus worth at least $750 in travel
The Chase Sapphire Preferred is one of the best credit cards with a moderate annual fee — plus solid benefits and bonus points on dining and travel.
Losing your job doesn't mean your credit score will automatically drop, but it can impact your credit if you aren't able to pay the bills
Becoming unemployed won't necessarily affect your credit score — it depends on whether you're able to pay the bills or if you need to carry a balance.
The best credit cards for earning bonus rewards on streaming services, from Netflix to Amazon Prime Video
If you subscribe to one or more streaming service, consider using a credit card that offers bonus rewards on this monthly purchase.
Chase Sapphire Reserve card review: One of the best premium travel cards, with unbeatable bonus rewards
The Chase Sapphire Reserve is an incredibly popular premium credit card. Here's how you can get a ton of value — its benefits outweigh the annual fee.
Make sure you're using a credit card for your holiday shopping that will protect your purchases and earn you bonus rewards.
This card from Amex has no annual fee, and offers bonus cash back at US supermarkets, US gas stations, and select US department stores.
Amex Platinum review: The best card for airport lounge access and other high-end travel perks, with a 75,000-point welcome bonus
I review the American Express Platinum card, which comes with a big annual fee but offers even more back thanks to its valuable perks.