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The Walmart Prepaid Card is cool for people who don't have a bank account as you normally would if you had a credit card. I'd watch out for the ATM transaction fees as those can add up quickly but the Walmart Prepaid card is a great alternative.
The Citi Diamond Preferred Card is a good card for a person just starting out. It has no rewards so that kinda sucks but it does feature 0% interest for the first 18 months which is great for beginners.
The BankAmericard Cash Rewards credit card is great and if you know you're going to be making a large purchase soon, it gets even better. If you make a purchase of $500 within the first 90 days of opening an account you get a $100 bonus! Not bad.
The Lord & Taylor Store Card is the run of the mill store credit card, I would not recommend this card unless you do a lot of shopping at Lord & Taylor because you can't use the card anywhere else. The 15% discount is only on the first day so they probably sucker a lot of people with that but remember you're paying interest on it!
The American Express Gold Card seems like a good card, has a good reward program for its loyal customers but I would warn new credit card holders that it has an annual fee after the first year.
The BP Credit Card is a cool card I would have to say, seeing how there's are lot of BP stations where I live, it makes perfect sense. Everyone would like to save a little more on gas and the BP Credit Card allows for just that.
I used the Best Buy store card to buy all my major electronic purchases. Over the years I've bought multiple TV's, computers, and music players with my Best Buy card and it's never let me down. I often rack up reward points because all my purchases are rather expensive so it's great if you spend a lot. If you're a big Best Buy person, I'd highly recommend getting this card.
The Target Store card is a great card and being that I shop at Target all time, it makes sense to get one. They offer free shipping when you use it on Target.com which is just sensational because shipping cost is so high these days. Well worth it.
I've never seen a credit card company give their customers a birthday gift but that is exactly what the Express Store card does. I liked their bonus system as well, they reward $10 for every 2500 points.
I've seen commercials for the Chase Sapphire card and I like their bonus system. However compared to other credit cards, the interest rate on this is a tad bit high, I'd recommend shopping around first before you settle on the Sapphire card.
The Wells Fargo Rewards credit card seems like a cool credit card to have. You get reward points (with each point being $1) for buying everyday items and you can use those points to make other purchases like travel. I think the interest rate is pretty decent as well.