Applying for credit cards can be scary, especially considering a lot of people think their score will drop if they apply for one. There is a strategy that we’ve used here at No Mas Coach to keep our scores high!
With all their sign up bonuses, credit cards are an easy way to rack up a ton of points. But which card you get matters. Here are the best cards to use for Europe, Central America and South America
Tons of credit cards offer miles and points, but what’s the best one if Asia or Africa is your destination? Click to check out our opinions.
Did you know that almost 30% of Americans have no credit cards? Those of us that do have credit cards have on average 3.7 cards at any one given time. I’ve made mention before that between the two of us we have about 17 different credit cards, and which one we use depends on our given mood, earning strategy, and desire for a certain points currency. We’d been ignoring a lot of cards lately because it seems like we’ve...
Yes, 17 is a ton of credit cards, but each one serves their purpose! Find out about the newest addition to our wallet here.
Limited time offers come once every few months, and back in May we reported about a Hilton credit card that was offering 100,000 points upon signup. At that point we said we didn’t know when it would be coming back, but now we now. The Hilton Surpass American Express is back with a 100,000 point offer at signup, but the offer expires October 3rd, so if you missed out last time, don’t do it again! 100,000 points is a ton!...
50,000 bonus points couldn’t be yours with the Citi Thank You Premier Card. Those points are worth at least $625 in travel is booked with Citi Direct. It’s not going to be around for long!
There are lots of hotel credit cards out there, but in our opinion, the best one just got a little bit better. Find out more here!
Southwest Airlines and Chase together have one of the most popular credit cards in the market. Right now, Chase and Southwest teamed up to offer a limited time offer of 60,000 miles across their three credit cards.
Earning miles and points is the best feature of using credit cards, but when issuers start to cut back on earning, it makes me think twice. Citibank is doing that with the American card, and I don’t like it one bit.