I covered the Wells Fargo Cash Wise a couple of weeks ago and today I want to take a look at the Wells Fargo Propel American Express Credit Card. We’ll take a look at the features of the credit card as well Read full post »
When on the hunt for a new credit card, most of us mistakenly focus solely on a card’s benefits. We dutifully compare bonus offers, the amount of cash or rewards we receive per purchase and extras like free travel insurance or yearly Read full post »
In the world of credit card rewards, top tier cards like the Chase Sapphire Preferred and Citi Prestige card tend to get all the glory. But if you dig a little bit deeper, you’ll find some off-brand rewards cards that offer considerable Read full post »
Other than the ability to earn lots of miles and points, a great reason to have a rewards credit card is to get lots of great travel perks. However, those travel perks often come at a cost, with credit card annual fees Read full post »
A few weeks ago, my friend Kendra over at Points and Pixie Dust wrote about the Disney Vacation Account—which was the first time I’d ever heard of it. Considering the research I did for the Frugal Guide to Disneyland and Disney World, Read full post »
Business credit cards are a mystery—even to the holders of them. If you have a business credit card that you use on a daily basis, and you’re responsible for making your payments in full and on time every month—you might think that Read full post »
Staying connected is super important to travelers these days—everyone’s glued to their cell phones or laptops, and even those who aren’t can benefit from having internet access when they travel. Whether you need wi-fi access on the ground or on a plane, Read full post »
One of Ariana’s favorite cards, the Barclaycard Arrival Plus World Elite MasterCard, used to be on my list of great cards, and now I think it’s the worst 2 percent cash-back credit card out there. Okay, sorry, it’s the worst 2.1 percent Read full post »
Applying for credit cards with great signup bonuses is the quickest way to earn a lot of points and miles quickly. As such, I have made a habit of applying for 2-4 credit cards three or four times a year depending on Read full post »
CapitalOne gets a lot venom in the points and miles world, mainly because when you apply for a card, they pull your credit from all three agencies, which gets a lot of people riled up. The only reason I’d really recommend getting Read full post »
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