Looking for a cash back card? Air miles? Hotel rewards? You'll find these and more when you check out the latest credit card offers here at Brad's Deals to find a credit card that's right for you.

  • Chase Credit Cards deals

    Sapphire Preferred $500 in Travel Rewards

    Sign up for the Chase Sapphire Preferred Card and get 40,000 points when you spend $3,000 in the first 3 months. That's equivalent to $500 back in travel rewards for flights and more! Plus, when you add the first authorized user to the card, you will get 5,000 bonus points on any purchase made within the first 3 months. You'll also earn 2x the points on travel and at restaurants, and 1 point per dollar on everything else. There's even a 1:1 rewards point transfer for this card, which can be used with participating travel partners like United and Hyatt. For example, if you earn 1,000 in Ultimate Rewards points, this equals out to 1,000 partner miles/points. There is no foreign transaction fee and no annual fee for the first year (after that it's $95).

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  • Barclaycard deals

    Barclaycard Arrival Plus: $400 for Travel

    Sign up via this offer for the Barclaycard Arrival Plus World Elite MasterCard and you'll get 40,000 bonus miles when you spend $3,000 in the first 90 days. This gets you $400 to use towards any travel expenses! It's super easy: you just select travel expenses to apply the miles to and they are removed from your bill! More importantly, since you'll earn 2x miles on all purchases, and get 10% of your miles back when you apply them towards travel expenses, this is effectively a 2.2% cash back credit card, the highest on the market. You'll actually get 46,000 total miles by hitting the bonus (40,000 plus 6,000 more for your $3,000 in spending), and another 4,600 back when you redeem them, making this even more attractive and resulting in over $500 available towards free travel. There's an $89 annual fee but it's waived the first year. This card was awarded one of Money's "Best Credit Cards 2013-2014". Click here for more details. See our ranking of the top 5 credit card signup bonuses for additional options.

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  • Discover Card deals

    Discover It Card: 0% APR for 14 months

    Sign up for the Discover It Card via this link and you'll get an intro 0% APR for 14 months on both purchases and balance transfers. You'll also get 5% cash back from July-September 2014 for up to $1,500 on gas station purchases (signup is free and easy) and 1% back on everything else. A free FICO score will be provided on your monthly statement. There's no overlimit fee, and paying late won't raise your APR (regular APR is a 10.99% - 22.99% variable). Plus, there's no annual fee. Terms and conditions apply.

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  • U.S. Bank deals

    US Bank FlexPerks Visa: $400 For Travel

    Get 20,00 bonus points when you sign up for the US Bank FlexPerks Travel Visa Card and make $3,500 in net purchases within the first 4 months. Plus, you'll earn a point per dollar on the $3,500 you spent, netting you a total of 23,500, enough for up to $400 towards airfare at over 150 airlines. Better yet, you'll earn double points on all your purchases on the category you spend the most on each month (choose from gas, groceries, or airline tickets) and most cell phone expenses. You'll also get triple points on charitable donations. There's 0% APR for the first 12 billing cycles, and no annual fee the first year. After that, your APR will be a 13.99% - 23.99% variable.

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  • Barclaycard deals

    40K Bonus Miles w/ US Airways Mastercard

    Sign up for the US Airways Premier World Mastercard and get up to 40,000 bonus miles when you make your first purchase and pay the $89 annual fee. The card also gets you a 5,000 mile discount when booking a flight, which drops a roundtrip domestic flight to as low as 20,000 miles (this means your bonus miles can be redeemed for 2 free flights!) Other perks include a free checked bag for you and up to 4 companions, Zone 2 priority boarding on every flight, and first class check-in service, and a companion certificate good for up to 2 guests to travel with you on a US Airways flight at $99 each. The card will earn you 2 miles per dollar on US Airways purchases, and 1 mile on everything else. Plus, spend $25,000 in a year and you will earn 10,000 preferred qualifying miles. Bottom-line: the bonus, booking discount, perks, and preferred miles make this one of the best airline cards. See our ranking of the top 5 credit card signup bonuses for additional options.

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  • Discover Card deals

    Discover It Chrome: 0% APR for 14 Months

    Sign up for the Discover It Chrome Card via this link and you'll get an introductory 0% APR for 14 months on all your purchases and balance transfers. In addition to this, you'll get 2% cash back each quarter on restaurant and gas station purchases for up to $1000 and 1% cash back on all other purchases. No sign up is required. Better yet, if you end up making a late payment, your APR will not increase. You'll also get a free FICO score on your monthly statement. Plus, the late fee on your first late bill will be waived. There is no foreign transaction fee, no overlimit fee, and no annual fee. After 14 months, a 10.99%-22.99% APR and 3% balance transfer fee applies. Terms and conditions apply.

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    • New
    Citi Credit Cards deals

    75,000 Miles with American Airlines Card

    The Citi Executive AAdvantage World Mastercard is currently offering 75,000 miles for new account holders after $7,500 spend in 3 months. While the card has offered 100,000 mile sign-up bonuses in the past, Citi has lowered the minimum spend for this offer (it was $10,000). With this card, you'll receive Admirals Club membership, 10,000 elite qualifying miles when you spend $40,000 in a calendar year, one free checked bag, priority boarding and 25% off in-flight purchases like snacks and wifi. And, your first $100 of spend is credit back to you as a statement credit. Regular spending on this card earns 2 points for every $1 spent with American Airlines, and 1 point per dollar spent on everything else. This card also offers no foreign transaction fees. There is a $450 annual fee. If that annual fee is too high, Citi offers a 30,000 mile sign up bonus for their Platinum Select / AAdvantage World Mastercard, which carries a $95 annual fee (and that's waived your first year).

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  • Citi Credit Cards deals

    2 Free Hilton Nights with HHonors Reserve

    The Hilton HHonors Reserve Card has a lucrative bonus for early users: 2 free weekend nights (Fri, Sat, Sun) at Hilton hotels and resorts (including the Waldorf Astoria and Conrad brands, which can run over $700/night) after spending $2,500 within four months. You also get free HHonors Gold status, which is normally earned with 16 stays or 36 nights. This means free internet, room upgrades and free breakfast, or bonus points. You can also get HHonors Diamond status by spending $40k in a year. Use the card and you'll also earn a whopping 10 points per $1 on Hilton stays in the Hilton HHonors portfolio, 5 points on flights and cars and 3 points on everything else. Plus, each year you spend $10k, you get one more free weekend night. There is a $95 annual fee. Hilton also has a no-fee Visa Signature Card which is a solid card but has less lucrative benefits, bonus and rewards. See our ranking of the top 5 credit card signup bonuses for additional options.

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  • Citi Credit Cards deals

    0% APR for 18 Months with Citi Simplicity

    Get a 0% intro APR on balance transfers and purchases for 18 months when you sign up for the Citi Simplicity Visa. Balance transfers do charge a 3% transfer fee (or $5, whichever is greater), which is reasonable for this kind of offer. After that, the variable APR will be 12.99% - 21.99% based on your creditworthiness. There are no late fees and no annual fee. Note: If you are paying off a credit card debt or making a big ticket purchase, this card can save you a considerable amount of interest. Annualized over 18 months, the 3% fee at 0% interest works out to around 2%, which is a big difference from normal credit card rates.

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