If your expenses are mostly related to entertainment and you love to host family members and friends then you would want to consider applying for a Capital One Savor card.
QuicksilverOne is a card which is available for individuals with average credit. It can help rebuild their credit so that in the future they can be eligible for better cards with more benefits.
Not having a credit history or a poor credit score can be inconvenient as many issuers may not approve an unsecured credit card. A secured credit card is a good place to start when you are looking to build your credit score.
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Chase offers three different cards for small businesses in its Ink portfolio: Ink Cash, Ink Preferred and Ink Unlimited. All the cards are solid offerings, but for small businesses that are new, the Chase Ink Business Cash is one of the best because of it offers a $500 welcome bonus and has no annual fee. You can always upgrade once the business is off the ground.
Written By: Rosemarie Clancy
Marriott has renamed its loyalty program and launched a new set of co-branded credit cards in one of the final pieces of its merger with Starwood. But the big news for miles and points collectors is that the hotel chain is offering 100,000-point introductory bonuses on three of its new co-branded cards.
Marriott completed its acquisition of Starwood in August 2018, but the hotel chain has just consolidated its three loyalty programs (Marriott Rewards, Starwood Preferred Guest and Ritz-Carlton Rewards) under one umbrella: Marriott Bonvoy.Read More »
Ever buy an item, only to find out it drastically dropped in price the next week? If only you had waited…
Price protection is a fairly simple concept: you purchased an item, you find a lower price afterwards, and now you want the difference reimbursed.
If you’ve ever wondered if there is a way to make up the difference, you may be in luck. By shopping at certain retailers and/or using a credit card that has a perk called price protection, you may be entitled to a reimbursement within a specified period of time.
Let’s take a look at how price protection works and if you can get those discounts!Read More »
Do you have a gift that you want to return or a dress which is in the wrong size?
What do you do when the retailer return window has expired or the retailer won’t accept your purchase for an exchange?
Luckily, you may not have to worry. If you’ve made a purchase with a credit card that has the “return protection” perk, you might get your money back after all!
We’re going to take a look at how return protection works and few cards which offer this benefit.