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Military personnel and their family members can greatly benefit from the low rates and perks offered by the USAA Cashback Rewards Plus American Express Card.
The U.S. Bank FlexPerks Gold American Express Card pays rich rewards not typically seen in cards with an annual fee under $100.
The American Express Green Card is a relatively expensive charge card that offers few enticing rewards.
Blue Sky from American Express is an entry-level card that requires a pro-level credit rating. If you’re someone who has excellent credit, you might want to keep looking as this card offers average rewards [...]
If you have the type of small business where your cash flow each month varies, The Plum Card from American Express offers some incentives to help keep your bills under control.
Someone who spends a lot at one of the discounted merchant categories and would like a one-year break on interest charges may benefit from the Business Edge Platinum Card.
Although there aren’t many unsecured cards available to those with poor credit, you’d be better of skipping the Blaze MasterCard in favor of something with more to offer.
The Alliant Cashback Visa Signature Credit Card is one of the very best cash-back credit cards on the market.
With its unlimited 3% rewards on gas and groceries, the Navy Federal More Rewards American Express Card is one of the best no-fee cash-back cards on the market.
The Expedia+ Card from Citi charges no annual fee, but it can’t compete with its sibling card, the Expedia+ Voyager Card from Citi, which offers better rewards and travel perks.