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3 Credit Cards That Reward Your Streaming Subscriptions

3 Credit Cards That Reward Your Streaming Subscriptions

3 Credit Cards That Reward Your Streaming Subscriptions

[UPDATE: Some offers mentioned below have expired and/or are no longer available on our site. You can view the current offers from our partners in our credit card marketplace. DISCLOSURE: Cards from our partners are mentioned below.] Streaming entertainment services offer subscribers a virtually bottomless well of entertainment—whether you love movies, TV shows, or music.... Read More

5 Credit Cards for Car Maintenance

5 Credit Cards for Car Maintenance

5 Credit Cards for Car Maintenance

[UPDATE: Some offers mentioned below have expired and/or are no longer available on our site. You can view the current offers from our partners in our credit card marketplace. DISCLOSURE: Cards from our partners are mentioned below.] If you want to keep your ride in tip-top shape, you perform regular maintenance. After all, the last thing you want... Read More

The 10 Best Credit Cards for Online Shopping

The 10 Best Credit Cards for Online Shopping

The 10 Best Credit Cards for Online Shopping

[UPDATE: Some offers mentioned below have expired and/or are no longer available on our site. You can view the current offers from our partners in our credit card marketplace. DISCLOSURE: Cards from our partners are mentioned below.] We found credit cards that pay you to do what you love—shop online. No, but really, if you’re... Read More

4 Credit Cards That Offer Price Protection

4 Credit Cards That Offer Price Protection

4 Credit Cards That Offer Price Protection

[UPDATE: Some offers mentioned below have expired and/or are no longer available on our site. You can view the current offers from our partners in our credit card marketplace. DISCLOSURE: Cards from our partners are mentioned below.] Many credit card issuers offer a price protection feature that can help you save on purchases even after... Read More

Got a Discover Card? Save More with the Discover Deals Platform

Got a Discover Card? Save More with the Discover Deals Platform

Got a Discover Card? Save More with the Discover Deals Platform

Discover’s lineup of credit cards offers something for shoppers of all kinds. There’s a card designed for students, a card for frequent travelers, and cards that earn cash back on all purchases. Smart shoppers can make their cards go further with Discover Deals, the online shopping platform that offers exclusive discounts to Discover cardholders and... Read More

4 Credit Cards for NHL Fans

4 Credit Cards for NHL Fans

4 Credit Cards for NHL Fans

[UPDATE: Some offers mentioned below have expired and/or are no longer available on our site. You can view the current offers from our partners in our credit card marketplace. DISCLOSURE: Cards from our partners are mentioned below.] Hockey season is officially here, and hardcore NHL fans can now settle in to watch their favorite sport. If you love... Read More

6 Cash Back Credit Cards for Holiday Shopping

6 Cash Back Credit Cards for Holiday Shopping

6 Cash Back Credit Cards for Holiday Shopping

[UPDATE: Some offers mentioned below have expired and/or are no longer available on our site. You can view the current offers from our partners in our credit card marketplace. DISCLOSURE: Cards from our partners are mentioned below.] If you love buying gifts for friends, loved ones, and your postal carrier, you might already be shopping around ahead of... Read More

Chase Sapphire Preferred vs. Chase Sapphire Reserve

Chase Sapphire Preferred vs. Chase Sapphire Reserve

Chase Sapphire Preferred vs. Chase Sapphire Reserve

[UPDATE: Some offers mentioned below have expired and/or are no longer available on our site. You can view the current offers from our partners in our credit card marketplace. DISCLOSURE: Cards from our partners are mentioned below.] In past years, the Chase Sapphire Preferred card has been the go-to premium travel credit card. The card comes... Read More

How the Discover it Miles Card Can Help You Afford Next Year’s Vacation

How the Discover it Miles Card Can Help You Afford Next Year’s Vacation

How the Discover it Miles Card Can Help You Afford Next Year’s Vacation

[Disclosure: Cards from our partners are reviewed below.] If you’re already daydreaming about next year’s vacation, take notice: the Discover it Miles credit card could help you make it happen. Discover’s flexible rewards program and impressive sign-up bonus can take a big bite out of your travel expenses. Here’s how you can use the Discover... Read More

4 Credit Cards That Help Grandparents Spoil Their Grandkids

4 Credit Cards That Help Grandparents Spoil Their Grandkids

4 Credit Cards That Help Grandparents Spoil Their Grandkids

[UPDATE: Some offers mentioned below have expired and/or are no longer available on our site. You can view the current offers from our partners in our credit card marketplace. DISCLOSURE: Cards from our partners are mentioned below.] Spoiling your grandkids can get expensive, especially if you’re on a fixed income. But some credit cards can help out financially,... Read More

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