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The Lord and Taylor Credit Card is very average and doesn't stand out from many other credit cars. The 15% discount on the first day could be very nice if you plan on making a large purchase the day that you get the card. Compared to my Capital One credit card the rewards are very lacking. I mean you get no rewards from this card whatsoever and that is really what makes this card so average, coupled with a average APR and interest rate.
The Apple Credit Card is pretty average compared to other credit cards. They do lack rewards options and only being able to select from an itunes or apple gift card is kind of a bummer. Compared to my Capital One card, the Apr and interest rate are about average as well. The only thing that makes this card stand out is if you are in the market for apple products or if you use the itunes store a lot. Overall my impression of the card is pretty negative.
The Priceline Credit card seems to offer nothing different from your typical credit card. One strength of the card is that there is no annual fee to it. Compared to my Capital One credit card, it seems about average. The APR and interest rate is not that different. There is a wider range of use for your rewards points compared to something like the Marriott rewards card. The late fee is a little high compared to my card and others like it.
The Marriott Rewards card sounds like a very good deal to me, but it seems like a card for a big spender. I currently use a Capital One credit card for all my needs and it suits them perfectly. The Marriott card would be very good for someone who travels a lot and wants rewards for extended stays, but the APR is a little high to use as an everyday spending card. The late fee is pretty low on your payments which would be good if you are a forgetful person.