Nobody likes paying money to spend money, but if you use a credit card for the bulk of your everyday purchases, paying fees – whether for a late payment or an annual renewal – can be a fact of life. Paying your bills on time is the best way to avoid paying credit card fees, but knowing which cards on the market keep their fees low and customer-friendly can help you save money in the long run.
IHG is one of the largest hotel chains out there, with over 4,600 hotels worldwide. Its brands span from budget, like Candlewood Suites and Holiday Inn Express, to luxury like InterContinental. So, with a new offer out for the IHG Rewards Club Premier credit card that offers 80,000 bonus points, you may have wondering how best to use the program to your advantage.
Here is a current list of our top five favorite credit card signup bonus offers. Consider all of of these to be highly recommended. If you’re new, I realize that it can be scary to apply for any credit card, but if you are diligent about paying your bills on time and in full, the rewards are endless.
Online shopping is a booming business, and it's growing every year. Here at Brad's Deals, we love giving our readers tips on how to get best-of-web pricing on all the hottest online deals. Shopping on our site is a start, but if you want to extend your discounts even further, using the right credit card can help you save on your online shopping costs. Here are our favorite credit cards for online shoppers.
I'm a big fan of the Citi Prestige card. Even though its membership fee is high at $450 a year, and some of my favorite benefits were cut in 2017, I'm still loyal to this card because of its many other money-saving qualities. Here's why the Citi Prestige Card still has a place in my wallet, and my heart.
Buying something for just a buck might seem too good to be true, but for the many dollar store deal-sniffers out there, it's a fact of life.
Chase Slate® is my favorite card on the market for anyone looking to get out of debt. It's one of the only cards that combines both a period of no-fee balance transfers and a 0% introductory APR.
We post a lot about credit cards here on our blog, as well as elsewhere on Brad's Deals. Each credit card offers a different sign-up offer and earning currency, usually "points" or "miles." What's the difference between all of them? And, most importantly, what are they worth?
Whether it's a cup of coffee, a quick lunch or a stop at the gas pump, most of us make some kind of purchase every day. When it comes to choosing the right credit card to use for these everyday expenses, you have to consider which card is going to give you the most return on your spending. As it turns out, this depends entirely on where you're spending your money. We put together a list of our favorite credit cards for everyday spending, divided up by category.