Looking For A New Credit Card?

We’ve decided to partner up with CompareCards.com to help you choose the best credit card for your needs. We’ve used them in the past for great reviews and information on each credit card you’re looking for. Being fans of cash back and travel rewards, CompareCards makes it very easy to find the best card for you. Here are their best categories.

The Best Cash Back Credit Cards

I have a few cash back cards, but my favorite is my American Express Blue Cash Preferred, which I get 6% back at grocery stores and 3% at all gas stations. I use this card exclusively for those purchases alone. Some other options are from Citi and Discover’s Cashback Match.

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The Best Balance Transfer/0% APR Credit Cards

I paid off my credit card debt with credit cards. Yep, I played the balance transfer game and here’s how I did it. I’m not ashamed of it and I think you can use credit to pay off credit, if you know what you’re doing and have discipline. The best card by far is the Chase Slate card, but Discover it also has a great 0% for 18 months. If you have debt or just need a low APR, then these are the cards for you.

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The Best Travel Rewards Credit Cards

I’m on a travel rewards kick after I paid for an entire trip to San Diego for a week just with credit card points. Oh yes, it was glorious for sure. Travel rewards aren’t for everyone, but if you know how to do it, you can score some really awesome deals. I have a card that just gives me 2 miles per $1 spent and I can use them for any form of travel. It’s so easy, I regret not doing it sooner. That card is from Barclaycard, but there are others like from Capital One. Pick one that works for you.

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The Best Business Rewards Credit Cards

I realize many of you probably don’t run your own business, but if you do (like me), then a business credit card is crucial. If for the only reason, but to keep your purchases off your personal cards, a business credit card should be procured right after you get your bank account. Chase has its Ink card and Capital One has Spark. There are so many good business cards, which will give you many good sign up bonus points you can use for travel, purchase credits, or even software.

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