However, there are several credit cards that give you hotel rewards or rewards for general travel related purchases. You can check our editors' latest picks for the best hotel and travel credit cards on the market to weigh your options.
One of the easiest hotel credit cards to get is the Capital One QuicksilverOne Cash Rewards Credit Card. You can get approved for this card with limited credit, and using this credit card for hotel purchases will give you 1.5% cash back (or 5% cash back if you book through Capital One Travel). Plus, it comes with a $39 annual fee.… read full answer
Here are some of the easiest hotel credit cards to get:
Capital One QuicksilverOne: With this card, you get 5% cash back on hotel and rental cars booked through Capital One Travel, as well as 1.5% cash back on all other purchases. Its annual fee is $39. Accepts applicants with limited credit (less than 3 years of credit history).
Petal 2 Card: This card offers 1% cash back on all eligible purchases, up to 1.25% back after 6 months of on-time payments, and 1.5% cash back after 12 consecutive months of paying on time. Plus, it has a $0 annual fee. Accepts applicants with limited credit (less than 3 years of credit history).
Bank of America® Customized Cash Rewards Secured Credit Card: With this credit card, you earn 3% cash back in a category of your choice, 2% back at grocery stores and wholesale clubs (up to $2,500 spent quarterly in the 3% and 2% categories combined), and 1% back on all other purchases. This card has a $0 annual fee. It requires you to place a minimum security deposit of $300. Accepts applicants with bad (300+) credit.
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