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I have had the Chase Freedom credit card for the last 4 years and I am very satisfied with it. I already have a Chase checking account so it is very convenient to link both of them. The bonuses and the 0% intro rate are great. You always get 1% cash back anywhere and they offer 5% cash back on different categories.
The GAP Credit Card is great! I love the 500 bonus points for paperless statements as well as the member exclusive benefits and the 2000 bonus points for email sign up. In comparison to my TJ Maxx credit card, the GAP credit card offers a better initial sign up bonus which is great. The only disadvantage I see to this credit card is the high interest rate.
Target & American Express are two very reputable companies so I know I can trust this card! I like that you can reload this card at any Target because it is very convenient to be able to reload my card while I shop for groceries. My Netspend prepaid card does not have very many locations where I can reload so the American Express Prepaid Card for Target has an advantage. I don't like that the ATM and reload fees are a bit high.
The Shell Credit Card serves its purpose. It gives you rewards when you use it to pay for gas which is great. I like the bonuses that are offered and that is is backed by Citibank. The biggest disadvantage is that you cannot use this card anywhere else. In comparison to my current Discover card, the Shell Card lacks because you cannot use it anywhere else. My Discover card gives me 5% cash back for gas purchases.
The TJX Credit Card is one of my favorite credit cards! It is a 2 in 1 card so I can use it as a store credit card at TJ maxx/Marshalls/Homegoods but I can also use it anywhere else because it is a Master Card! The 10% off bonus on your first purchase is what attracted me to the card. The rewards are earned fairly quickly which is great. Even though the rewards only come in the form of a $10 gift certificate towards a purchase at TJ Maxx or Marshalls, it still works out for me because I shop there very frequently.
The most appealing aspect of the Capital One Venture Rewards Credit Card is of course the 2x miles on every single purchase. Even my Discover Card does not offer points on just any kind of purchase. The added bonus of 40,000 points is one of the best offers that I have seen in addition to the points not expiring. A huge disadvantage for me is the $59 annual fee after the 1st year. There are so many credit cards like my Discover that do not charge an annual fee so I don't see any advantage is having an annual fee.
I like the Chase Liquid Prepaid card because it is a Visa so it can be accepted pretty much anywhere. Also the card can be linked to a Chase account which is super convenient especially for me since I have been a Chase customer for so long. The zero liability protection is an awesome added benefit as well because not every prepaid card offers this.The only disadvantage I see is the $2 ATM fee and the monthly service fee if you don't have a Chase account. My current prepaid card Netspend does not charge a monthly service fee but its ATM fees are similar to the Chase Liquid Prepaid. Also Netspend does not offer a large variety of ATM locations likes Chase does.