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Disney’s Premier Visa from Chase review

by Joe Taylor Jr.

Though I tend to prefer cash back credit cards, a really specific rewards card sometimes comes up with an irresistible offer. Disney’s Premier Visa Card from Chase sounds off the bat like something that would only cater to hard-core fans of the Magic Kingdom. After all, it’s not everyone who can pull off paying for […]

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CitiBusiness/ AAdvantage World MasterCard

by Joe Taylor Jr.
Citibank

Editor’s Note: Thank you for your interest, this offer expired and is no longer available. If you’ve spent any time on a plane in the past few years, you’ve probably noticed the growing gap between business travelers and the folks riding in the “back of the plane.” Business owners face a choice: standardize travel on […]

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CitiBusiness ThankYou Card Review

by Joe Taylor Jr.
Citibank

Editor’s Note: Thank you for your interest, this offer expired and is no longer available. Citibank wants to lure more business owners away from American Express and Chase with a credit card that cribs from its competitors’ playbooks. Like the original Platinum Card, the CitiBusiness ThankYou® Card streamlines expense reporting and adds significant purchase protection […]

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British Airways Visa Signature® Card from Chase Review

by Joe Taylor Jr.

If you’ve ever flown British Airways long-haul from the U.S. to London, you’ve probably lingered when walking past those sleeper seats in the “Club World” section. They don’t just recline, they lay fully flat. You won’t run the risk of a small child kicking the back of your chair for hours before you endure the […]

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How to Handle a Credit Card Data Breach

by Luke Landes

Last week, Global Payments confirmed a massive security breach involving credit and debit card numbers and information. Global Payments operates a gateway; when you use your credit or debit card to purchase an item — and this could be online or in a brick-and-mortar store — your card information is sent through Global Payments or […]

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The Best Travel Rewards Credit Cards of 2016

by Luke Landes
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It’s time to plan your holiday travel. That may mean cashing in the travel rewards you’ve accumulated on credit cards — or it may mean starting to use a travel rewards credit card. Chances are you spend money on some necessities, and when you do, tailoring the rewards you receive to your travel needs could […]

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Best Balance Transfer Credit Cards of 2016

by Luke Landes

Credit card debt is never fun, and developing a plan to get yourself out of the debt can be exhausting. Credit cards commonly charge interest rates of 20 percent or more, and if you miss a few payments the default rate can be even worse. Fortunately, if your credit is still decent, there is a way […]

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Barclaycard Ring MasterCard Sets Its Features Through Crowdsourcing

by Luke Landes
Crowd

Barclaycard, a credit card issuer that primarily furnishes branded credit cards, like the Best Western Credit Card and the Carnival Credit Card, is experimenting with a new business model with a brand new card called Barclaycard Ring. I have to wonder if the “Ring” in the name of the credit card refers to a circus, […]

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JetBlue Card From American Express Review

by Joe Taylor Jr.

EDITORS NOTE: THIS OFFER IS EXPIRED. The JetBlue Card from American Express is offering 10,000 points toward award travel after your first purchase. Each eligible purchase on the card earns one TrueBlue point per dollar, and some purchases can earn up to eight points per dollar. Is the $40 annual fee worth these and the […]

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Three Credit Card Benefits You’re Paying For

by Luke Landes
MasterCard credit card

I wrote about three credit card benefits you’re paying for but not using for GoBankingRates and BusinessInsider. Whether you pay interest on your carried credit card balances or whether you’re just subject to the natural increased cost of products due to retailers’ card processing fees, you’re paying for the cost of benefits that card issuers […]

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