Saturday, December 28, 2013

Best Travel Rewards Credit Cards

PF Stock recently partnered with a few credit card companies that offer travel rewards cards. Most travel cards offer you an incentive (typically equal to $50-$100) to sign up, and have no annual fee. Here are three good credit cards to consider: The Carnival MasterCard, The Priceline Rewards Visa Card, and the Travelocity Rewards American Express Card.

As long as you plan to use one of these services, it is definitely worthwhile to consider getting one of these cards for the bonus points.

But if you don't use Priceline, Travelocity, or travel on Carnival Cruise Lines, then there are other better alternatives.

For general travel, I recommend the Barclaycard Arrival World MasterCard. There are two version of this card, one that never has an annual fee, and one that charges an annual fee after the first year. The no-fee card gives you a bonus equal to $200 after spending at least $1000 on the card. The other card gives you a bonus equal to $400, but will start to charge a fee of $89 after a year.

Which card is better for you? That depends on your own situation. Clearly the card with an annual fee gives you a much better incentive. If you don't want to pay an annual fee, you can either get the no-fee card, or cancel before an annual fee kicks in.

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