Balance Transfer Credit Card Deals

In determining the best airline miles credit cards for you and your family there are two things that are important. The first is that the benefits offered include the airlines, especially the dominant airline, that flies out of and into your area. The second issue is which of these airline miles credit cards are the best from the standpoint of getting you your ticket most quickly and giving you the benefits with the attachment of the fewest strings.

There are two sources of airline miles credit cards, and which is best is very individual. The sources are specific airlines or banks. The credit cards that are sponsored by an airline are, of course, focused on that single air carrier. If that carrier’s hub is in your city or a nearby city it may be the one controlling most routes to your common or potentially common destination cities. Were this to be the case this might well be the best source in airline miles credit cards for you.

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Best Cashback Credit Cards

As with any credit card offer, determining the best cashback credit cards requires that you study all features and charges of each card, and not just the offers that give you bonus points or cash back. You need to know the interest rate during and after the introductory offer, the length of time of the introductory offer, the annual fee if there is any, and other details of the fine print on each credit card application.

The best cashback credit cards, and in fact nearly all cashback credit cards, require that you have an excellent credit score to qualify. Let’s take a few that might be considered the best cashback credit cards.

The first, An American Express card, offers five percent of your cash back when you used it to purchase gas. You have a zero percentage introductory APR, no annual fee, and a transfer fee of 4.99 percent fixed. With this card you can set up an automatic monthly bill paying system that gives you cash back on your cable and telephone bill, your parking fee and even expenses for transportation. Some long distance charges with some carriers might not qualify, however. You can even order more than one card on this same account, in the name of any family member 18 years of age or older, at no additional activation charge. You may even qualify for a no-fee transfer of balance from other higher rate credit cards.
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A Review of the American Express Card

Not knowing what actually I was getting myself into I decided to switch from Visa to American Express card. I thought it would be easy and simple – fill a form in and get the classic green American Express card and be done. However, it turned out that over the years the company had introduced so many different cards with different perks, protections, bonuses etc. with each one of those there was a different fee and annual interest associated. That’s why, not being actually good in reading the “small print”, I decided to use the help of an independent consultant. I got a third party to help me decide on the American Express card that suits my needs best.
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