Foreign transaction fees are the main thing separating the best rewards credit cards for U.S. use from the best rewards cards for international travel. Avoiding them is crucial if you’re headed abroad or planning to make purchases from international merchants. But you don’t need to worry about them if not. Other than that, the process of finding the right rewards card is the same. You need to check your latest credit score to see what kind of card you can qualify for. You need to consider what types of purchases you’ll be using the card for and roughly how much you’ll spend. And you need to think about what type of rewards you want to earn – miles, points or cash back – as well as how you’d like to redeem them. To help get you started, WalletHub’s editors compared hundreds of offers in search of the top rewards cards in the most popular categories.
Here are the best credit cards for rewards in the U.S.:
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