The best credit cards for free trials are the ones that enable you to create virtual credit cards.
A virtual credit card is a unique card number, expiration date and security code to use when signing up for free trials, making purchases online (and sometimes in-store). What this means is that you can sign up for all the free trials you want without worrying that you will be charged a ridiculous amount after it’s over.
A number of major credit card issuers offer the ability to instantly get a virtual credit card, including Capital One, Chase and Wells Fargo.
Cardholders can instantly create such a card by using the issuer’s online tool or app.
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