Category: Credit Cards

Points and Miles Primer: The Pros and Cons of Credit Card Travel Rewards

At long last, travel is ready for a comeback — and just in time. With the summer season really getting underway this Memorial Day weekend, millions of Americans are likely looking to take a vacation sooner rather than later. Meanwhile, some may be contemplating how they can make those excursions more affordable... or perhaps wondering how they can experience some of the luxury travels they've spent the past 15 long...

BlockFi Drops Annual Fee From Crypto Credit Card Plans

Even as the cryptocurrency market experiences some major volatility, the race to bring a crypto credit card to market continues. In fact, it now looks as though a battle in the space is heating up as BlockFi has announced some revisions to their card plans. The most notable change is that the BlockFi Rewards Visa will no longer charge an annual fee. Originally, when the card's waitlist was opened late...

Capital One Enhances Rewards on SavorOne Card

In recent months, plenty of credit card companies have made adjustments to their products — including moves both good and bad. Now, Capital One has joined the ranks of those refreshing one of their popular cards, in this case the SavorOne. Luckily, though, the adjustments all seem to be favorable to cardholders, with the addition of a new rewards category and a bump-up for another. The first significant change to...

US Bank Launches New Altitude Connect Visa Signature Card

Over the past few months, we've seen a number of travel-centric credit cards making a comeback. Now, U.S. Bank is introducing a new option altogether. This week, the bank debuted the new Altitude Connect Visa Signature Card, featuring rewards for those both on the road and at home. Headlining the card's rewards, the U.S. Bank Altitude Connect earns 4 points per dollar spent on travel and gas purchases. Additionally, the...

Barclays and Frontier Bring New Intro Offer to Co-Branded Card

With a hopeful return to the skies on the horizon, another airline co-branded card has unveiled a newly enhanced offer. For the first time, the Frontier Airlines World Mastercard is currently waiving the annual fee for the first year. This amounts to a $79 savings, with that annual fee recurring for subsequent cardholder years. On top of that, the card is retaining its other welcome bonus, enabling new cardholders to...

Manchester United and Cardless Introduce Credit Card with Interesting Fan Perks

In recent years, there have been a number of intriguing co-branded card offerings that fall outside of what most people might expect. Now the FinTech Cardless is looking to further shake things up with its latest offering. Recently, Cardless and the football (or soccer to Americans) club Manchester United announced a unique credit card offering for the U.S. market. In addition to including discounts on United merchandise, the card also...

Chase and Marriott Bring Increased Offers to Co-Branded Cards

With many Americans looking to resume travel, yet another hotel co-branded card is upping its welcome bonus. In fact, both the Marriott Bonvoy Boundless card and the Marriott Bonvoy Bold card from Chase have rolled out increased offers. The headliner is the current offer for the Marriott Bonvoy Boundless card. For a limited time, new cardholders can earn 100,000 bonus points after making $3,000 in purchases on the card in...

Capital One Announces New Transfer Partners and Other Travel Updates

As hope for a revitalized travel market continues to rise, one credit card issuer has just made big moves. This week, Capital One made a series of announcements in regards to their travel partnerships and more. First, as The Points Guy reports, Capital One has enlisted four new transfer partners. These include British Airways, Turkish Airlines, TAP Portugal, and Choice Hotels. With these additions, the card issuer now offers 19...