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As one of the world’s most recognizable hotel brands, Hilton offers something for everyone, from extended-stay suites and discount inns to resorts in the Costa Rican rainforest. For U.S. consumers, the company has partnered with Citi and American Express to offer a small range of co-branded credit cards. Designed for casual spenders, these cards reward […] Read More
With 339 destinations, 4,527 daily departures and 140 million passengers in 2015, United is one of the world’s most popular airlines. So it’s not surprising the carrier partnered with Chase, one of the biggest banks in the U.S., for its four branded credit cards. With so many flights and destinations, one of these United credit […] Read More
For people with bad credit, one of the fastest ways to build or re-establish their credit is to responsibly use a credit card, but not all cards are created equal. The NetFirst Platinum credit card is one such example. At first glance, the NetFirst Platinum card sounds like a good deal: It’s an unsecured credit […] Read More
If you’re good at managing your finances and you like to earn points, miles or cash back when you spend, you’re likely relying on your credit card to make your purchases, at least most of the time. This means you’re handing over your plastic to get everything from groceries and gas for the car to […] Read More
An authorized user is someone who holds a credit card in his or her name but is not the primary cardholder of the account. For example, you could get a credit card for your spouse on your credit card account in his or her name and they could use it as their own. But while […] Read More
So you’ve lost your credit card. Telling you not to panic at this point isn’t going to help because you already did that when you looked in your wallet, pocket or bag and realized the credit card you expected to be there wasn’t. Then you went through the frantic search, trying to remember the last […] Read More
When you’ve never had a credit card, deciding which one to get can be overwhelming. Before you start submitting applications, take some time to learn about how credit works, what your options are and how you should actually go about getting a credit card. We’ll go over those basics here. What’s the Best First Credit […] Read More
Discount carrier JetBlue has been a favorite of frugal fliers pretty much since it started flying the friendly skies back in 2000. And just this year, it launched a new line of credit cards designed to reward its most loyal, or TrueBlue, customers. Of course, whether you should opt for a JetBlue credit card hinges […] Read More
Getting a new line of credit after filing for bankruptcy may sound like an impossible task — and, yes, scoring new financing will be difficult, but it also can be done. In fact, if you’re wondering how to build credit after bankruptcy, you’ll want to put getting a credit card on your to-do list. Making on-time […] Read More
If you’re looking to add some plastic to your wallet, whether to help you build your credit profile or simply to help make transactions more convenient, the first thing you’ll need to know is how to apply for a credit card. You’ll have to do some research, read some fine print and check your credit […] Read More
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