Which Type Of Credit Card Are You Looking For?
Credit cards that earn points and miles for travel are extremely valuable.
Different types of cards earn different types of rewards so it’s important to know which will help you reach your travel goals.
You can also click on the individual credit card pages from the credit card drop-down menu on the navigation bar at the top of the screen. I highlight the individual cards and why I have them and/or you’d want to consider them.
Travel Rewards Credit Cards
Earning flexible travel rewards points are the best because they’re not connected to a single hotel or airline. These cards give you choices when it comes to airlines and hotels, which means more travel opportunities for you. So, whether you’re just starting out or not, these types of credit cards have the power to unlock valuable travel rewards.
Airline Credit Cards
These credit cards are co-branded with specific airlines. When you use these cards for your everyday spending, you’ll earn valuable airline miles that can be redeemed for flights whenever you’re ready to take that bucket list trip.
Business Credit Cards
Depending on the card, business credit cards can earn flexible points, airline miles, hotel points, and cash back rewards. Make every dollar you spend on your business count. Earn valuable travel rewards as you invest in your success.
Cashback Credit Cards
Who doesn’t love a little extra cash in their piggy bank!? Earn cashback rewards for your everyday spending and make your money work harder for you. Then, spend your rewards however you’d like!
Hotel Credit Cards
These credit cards are co-branded with specific hotels. When you use these cards for your everyday spending, you’ll earn valuable hotel points that can be redeemed for free nights. In addition, hotel credit cards can also earn you status and perks for your loyalty.
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