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Wow if you buy your gas from Marathon stations then The Marathon Credit card is for you. If you spend $1000 or more per month you earn 50 cents back as a reward for every gallon. And from May 1 to December 31 that's doubled. Compared to other cards like Exxon this one is leaps and bounds better. I would highly recommend it if there's any Marathon stations in your area.
I really truly love love love The Walmart Business Store Card. Not only do you enjoy everyday low prices from one of the largest retailers there is. They make shopping with this card so easy. They offer an APR that's 10 points lower than the staples store card. Walmart sells everything from groceries to office supplies to furniture. Pretty much everything you would need on a regular basis. You wont be easily approved for this card but if you are you will definitely enjoy having it. I would recommend this card to friends family or anyone in the market for a great store card.
The Crate and Barrel Store Card is only really beneficial is you shop here frequently. The high 27% interest rate is pretty much on average with other store cards. And they do offer rewards. Also $10 back on every $200 spent. But that would only come in handy if making a big purchase. This card is below average for me.
The American Express Green Card seems ok. The idea behind it is amazing. Although the high annual fee would drive me away from it. The travel benefits and rewards it offers are surpassed by other cards that don't charge as high an annual fee as this one. For me this card is average at best.
The KAIKU Visa Prepaid card is a great bet if your are in the market for a prepaid card. This is a good option if you want to give your child an allowance without giving them cash. Because its from visa you can make purchases at millions of locations and online as well. This card doesn't have lots of hidden fees like some other prepaid cards out there. I would recommend this card.
The L.L. Bean Credit Card is a great store card in my opinion. You earn 3% back on all purchases from the store so if you shop here a lot it will add up quickly. In comparison to other store cars this one offers a low interest rate although you do need excellent credit. I would recommend this card if you qualify.
The Mango Prepaid Card is a great card in my opinion. It enables someone with any credit history or even bad credit to enjoy some benefit that a cardholder would, like being able to shop online or setup a bill pay. They do charge you a fee if your don't load $500 a month but its minimal. Other prepaid cards such as AccountNow will charge you a fee per transaction. I recommend this card for those needed access to a Card but unable to secure credit.
This card is similar to a few other cards that come to mind( Bank of America Rewards Card) that offer high points on gas purchases. I used to drive a truck for work and The PenFed Rewards Card would have really come in handy then. The 9.99% APR on cash advances isnt bad either. I would recommend this card to friends and family.
The Tire Kingdom Store Card is not very well known. The interest rates are really high though they are lowered if you pay within 6 months and its comparable to a lot of store cards. This is a no frills card that doesn't offer any type of rewards program. But i must say this card could be useful in situations where you needed new tires quick on the spot or dealt in a business requiring you to buy tires frequently. 2 out of 5 stars for me.
The Blue Cash Card from American Express is a great card that I've had for a year or so now. I get cash back on all my normal daily spending which is great. Is similar to Bank of America with the reward for everyday spending. 0% APR for 15 months is pretty great too. I would recommend this card to friends and family.
The Chase Sapphire Credit Card is a great card to have. I have been a member of this card for quite some time now and have never been disappointed. In comparison to the Capital One Credit Card, the Chase Sapphire Card offers an excellent rewards system. If you have really good credit this card is the perfect one for you. I would recommend the Chase Sapphire Card to all my friends and family.
The Matrix Credit Card would not be the card for me although for someone who cant get credit this may be a great starter option, a way to build. The annual fee coupled with a 29.99%APR, in comparison to other cards for those with bad or no credit the fees are pretty high. It offers no rewards. Im not sure if card has been discontinued but i would save it for a last resort and only apply if you truly need to BUILD credit.
The Platinum Card from American Express is a card for those that have excellent credit. The outrageous annual fee of $450 when looked at after examining the benefits this card offers isnt all that outrageous anymore. You get unlimited free 2 day shipping from amazon. That in itself if you shop a lot on amazon would pay for itself. You also get 25,000 reward points if you spend $2,000 within the first 3 months. One negative about this card is that the balance must be paid in full each month. This is a VIP card truly with the perks it offers, and in my opinion blows a lot of other rewards cards out of the water. I highly recommend this card if you qualify.
The Priceline Credit Card is the card for you if priceline.com is where you choose to book your trips. You have to have good credit to qualify. You get a 10,000 point bonus on signup and rewards that range from 1-5 points for every dollar spent. The interest rate isn't great but you wont pay an annual fee. This is a decent card but there are some far better travel cards, such as the Capital One Venture Card. 3 out of 5 stars for me.
The Capital One Cash Rewards Card for newcomers is a great card for someone with limited or no credit history and the fact that it has no annual fee is great. Although the APR of 24.99 is pretty high that's to be expected of a card that extends credit to riskier applicants. They offer a rewards program as well which is not very reflective of other cards for newcomers. In comparison to The Chase Freedom card i would consider this a stepping stone. The Chase Freedom Card offers a lower APR and better rewards but to someone with more established credit. I would recommend this card to family and friends.
The Apple Credit Card is a great card to have, especially if your one of those people that always love to follow up on the latest electronics. Apple offers so many different things. The Apple Credit Card has a balance transfer fee is 4% rather than the 5% most other cards have. In comparison to the Dell Credit Card, the Apple Credit Card is so much better because of all the additional things they have to offer. I would recommend this card to friends and family. I've never been disappointed with my Apple Card.
The UPside Prepaid Debit Card is a great card for someone to have. It's an alternative to a credit card and can really be used to build up your credit for you to qualify for a credit card in the future. It might have fees that you need to pay but what card do you of know that doesn't? In comparison to the ReadyDebit Prepaid Visa Card, the UPside Prepaid Debit Card does charge $0.99 for automated support but their services never disappoint. I would recommend this card to anyone looking to build their credit.
The Wells Fargo Secured Card is a great card for someone who has bad or no credit and is attempting to rebuild their credit. The idea behind it is pretty simple. You give them an amount of money anywhere from $300 to $10,000 and that give you a credit limit in a equal amount to your deposit. In comparison to other secured cards the $10,000 limit they offer is on the high side. With an apr of 18.9% and a $25 annual fee its in line with others as well. This card is a no frill basic card for basic needs but it does have a purpose for those who need it. And I recommend.
The Mariott Rewards Credit Card is such a great card to have. Especially for people who often stay in hotels. After a certain amount of money you spend you can get bonuses, For example, if you spend $1,000 you can get a $30,000 bonus. This is one of the few rewards cards that don't charge a fee for signing up. In comparison to the Hilton HHonors Credit Card, this card offers a lot more and is definitely my favorite. Especially since i prefer to stay at the Marriot over the Hilton.
In my opinion The Walmart Prepaid Card ranks near the top of all prepaid cards if not for only the low $3 monthly fee, but in name recognition alone. The card enables someone who may not have a credit card or be able to obtain credit to shop online, or pay any bills they may have online as well. The convenience that offers may seem trivial to other because we take it for granted. You can also avoid fees for withdrawing from an atm if you use one that's in the MoneyPass network.
In my opinion The Ann Taylor LOFT Card is one of the best out there. I used this card to purchase my mothers birthday presents and i got a whopping Fifteen percent off my first purchase. Although it does have a high 25 percent interest rate its comparable to others in the field and the same as The Macy's Store Credit Card. I've recommended this card to several coworkers who love it as well. I love the 5% you earn back while shopping at LOFT or any other Ann Taylor stores and im a frequent visitor to their shops.
I love love love The GM Card from Capital One. It has enabled me to earn reward for a car that would have otherwise been out of my league, it took me a few years but the great thing is the reward you earn never expire. The 5% you earn initially does drop to 2% but its still a great reward card compared to others such as the Capital One QuicksilverOne program. And with great models from GM such as Cadillac, Buick or Chevrolet you cant go wrong here.
The Wells Fargo Rewards Credit Card, in my opinion, is an amazing card to have. Other credit cards do not have a rewards system as good as this one. In comparison to the Bank of America Credit Card, the benefits are so much better. A lot of other banks hit you with fees that you didn't even know you would ultimately have to pay for. With the Wells Fargo Credit Card any fees they might hit you with they make sure you know ahead of time.
The Belk store card is an awesome choice for people that are in a position like mine. This card enables you to collect reward points that benefit you so much in the end. The day you even open an account the store gives you a 15% off your purchase. The more you spend on your purchases increases the percentages you can get off your entire purchase after a certain amount of time. In comparison to the Target store card, i feel like this is more exclusive and beneficial.
The Shell Credit Card is an extremely wonderful card to have. There are at least five Shell gas stations near me and it is extremely convenient. This is one of the few gas stations that offer rewards that really make a difference off of what you pay. In comparison to the BP Credit Card, the Shell Credit Card offers better rewards for what you pay. Practically everywhere you go there will be a Shell gas station. I refuse to get gas from anywhere else because of how great the benefits are.
The GAP Credit Card is such a great and wonderful card. I really enjoy using it. I buy so many things for both of my daughters on a weekly basis. They are never disappointed with what i select for them from GAP. In comparison to Old Navy, they have a pretty good APR; plus i always shop at the GAP, so it's really convenient for me. Their generous grace period allows me to maintain my good credit. I would recommend this card to friends, family, or anyone looking for a good store credit card.
I really enjoy being a holder of The Chase Freedom Card. As a holder i enjoy a very low APR. And what specifically drew me to this card was the $200 bonus they give holders. I would suggest this card to friends, family or anyone looking for a great credit card.
The Toys R Us Store Card is a wonderful card in my opinion. I recently had my first child with my lovely wife and we use this card on a weekly basis. Its so hard to keep myself under control and not spend too much lol. They have a great points reward program as well. They have lower rates than their competitors. I've had this card for a few years now and ill continue to use it to buy for me, my wife, my son and all my other family members especially around the holiday season. I would recommend this card to friends and family.
The American Express Gold Card is great option for a lot of people. The rewards with this card are near the top of the game, there's no annual fee for the first year but you can expect to pay One hundred and twenty five per year after that, which is pretty high in my opinion. If you are approved for this card then you for sure have pretty good credit so don't expect it if you don't. This card carries a level of prestige similar to the "Visa Black Card".
The Capital One Secured Mastercard is a great card to start out for someone who has no credit or trying to rebuild. I applied for this card several months ago, was approved and have been steadily building my credit. The interest rates may be a bit high but its expected. The annual fee at $29 isn't too high. Id recommend this card to family and friends.
I shop and make copies at staples on a weekly basis. The staples store card is a asset to my business. The apr is higher than on some cards i hold but is in line with comparable stores. And is also 0% for the first 6 months. I would recommend this card to everyone
I have never been one to hold a club card but the Cabela's Credit Card would seem like a great place to start. I love that there is no limit on rewards,You can get up to a $35 initial bonus. Also no annual fee and free online services! The apr is not too bad if you fall in on the low end of it at 9.9%
The blue from American Express is pretty exceptional card for anyone interested in a credit card that offers nice rewards for its members. Their offer of 10,000 points for spending $1000 within the first 3 months is sweet. As well as having a pretty low interest rate for most. Someone would have to have pretty good credit to qualify for this card.
I have the open sky secured card and in my experience it is very useful. It enabled someone like myself who has a very limited credit history to be approved for credit and establish myself. I would recommend this card to other students like myself