credit card reviews

The Platinum Card from American Express: Do the Perks Justify the Fee?

No other card comes close to Platinum's pile of perks, services, fee refunds, and exclusives. But few other cards come close to Platinum's annual fee, either.

The Simmons Bank Visa Platinum Credit Card: The Lowest Standard APR Available

You won't get rewards or perks or concierge service with this credit card, but you will get the industry's lowest interest rate.

Love Travel, But Hate Airline Miles? Try AmEx's Blue Sky Preferred

Credit card issuers are replacing complex airline mile rewards with flexible statement credits. Is AMEX's Blue Sky Preferred the best of the bunch?

Get a Break From Interest for 21 Months: The Citi Diamond Preferred Card

The Citi Diamond Preferred Card doesn't ask you to choose between a great promotional rate (0% APR for 18 months) and attractive cardholder perks and benefits; it offers both.

Travel Rewards Don't Get Easier Than This: Capital One® Venture® Rewards Credit Card

By replacing flighty airline miles with statement credits, the Capital One Venture Rewards card makes redeeming and earning travel rewards easy.

The PenFed Promise Visa Card Offers a Way to Escape Your Big Bank

With industry best interest rates and no fees, the PenFed Promise Visa card may be just the trick for borrowers looking to break the big bank habit.

No Hassle: Capital One Cash Rewards Card

A miserly 1% cash back isn’t great, but several other attractive features make this card a good choice, especially for world travelers.

Chase Slate® Review: Balance Transfers With No Intro Fee

As the only credit card on the market with no intro balance transfer fee, the Chase Slate card can save you serious cash (and help you make a plan to pay off debt).

Chase Freedom®: A More Rewarding Way to Shop

The Chase Freedom Card offers up to 5% cash back, which is among the highest cash back offered by any credit card.