If you are a college graduate, you’re more likely to be offered a credit card with an annual fee and a higher initial interest rate than someone who didn’t finish high school.
Nearly 40% of U.S. adults either don’t have a credit card or don’t use one linked to a rewards program. Here’s what you’re missing.
Starting April 12, Starbucks Rewards will be based on what you buy rather than on how many times you visit its shops, the company’s website says. You’ll earn 2 stars for every $1 you spend.
Earn 10% cash back by making an in-store purchase with your credit card via Apple Pay.
Would you like to earn rewards for shopping at any store in your local mall? In some places, you can.
Simply put, it’s the act of opening up a bunch of credit cards you don’t really need just to get their sign-on bonuses.
Discover is eliminating some travel, baggage and insurance perks in August.
Discover will double the cash rewards new cardholders earn through their first year. Apply before July 31 to qualify.
The company is teaming up with other brands to launch a loyalty program — no credit card required.
The bank is letting its credit card holders redeem their rewards for cash at Wells Fargo ATMs nationwide.