Credit card wars: AmEx Platinum takes on Chase Sapphire Reserve, Citi Prestige with increased perks for cardholders.
You have to spend $3,000 in purchases in the first three months to get the points bonus and there’s a $75 annual membership fee.
While there’s no one-size-fits-all ideal credit card for everyone, the top American Express cards offer a little bit of something for everyone: higher cash-back rewards on everyday spending, travel point bonuses or credit to those who may not traditionally qualify.
The issuer said this week that its Serve Cash Back account will allow cardholders to earn 1% back on purchases.
Click carefully though. You don’t want to mess up your credit score.
The company is teaming up with other brands to launch a loyalty program — no credit card required.
Citi will take over as the exclusive issuer of Costco’s co-branded credit card, while Visa will take over as its credit card network.
Gold cardholders are getting double points at restaurants and a $100 airline fee credit … in exchange for higher annual fees.
Aretha Franklin and Mindy Kaling join the issuers’ celeb endorsers in time for the Oscars.
Amex plans to appeal the decision, so how it ultimately affects your wallet remains to be seen.