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Chase Slate Adds No Penalty APR Feature
Chase Slate, our No. 1 ranked Balance Transfer card, just added a great new feature. Now cardholders will no longer see their interest rate increase if they pay late for any reason. Many cards impose a penalty APR after just one late payment, but Chase Slate will never increase your APR for late payments. This [...]
2015 Travel Rewards Credit Card Analysis Results
Earning points and miles with a travel rewards credit card can be confusing. How can you know how much these rewards are actually worth? We've decided to take the guessing out of travel rewards by investigating the value of major travel rewards cards. Our 2015 Travel Rewards Credit Card Analysis compared the cost of travel [...]
Discover Freeze it Helps Keep Your Card Safe
If you've been watching TV in the last couple of weeks, you've probably seen a commercial for the cool new Discover Freeze it feature. It lets current Discover cardholders quickly and temporarily "freeze" their card account using their computer or smartphone app, thereby preventing new purchases, cash advances and balance transfers. Once the card has [...]
Prepaid and Secured Cards: What's the Difference?
If you have poor or limited credit, you might think it's impossible for you to get a credit card. Fortunately, that's not true. Prepaid cards and secured credit cards are two great options for people who might not qualify for a credit card. If you're trying to decide whether to get a prepaid card or [...]
Citi Simplicity: The Longest 0% APR in Town
Do you need to make a large purchase, but are worried about being able to pay it off in a timely manner? Or are you already paying interest on credit card balances that you can't pay off right away? Consider the Citi Simplicity card (a NextAdvisor advertiser). While there are many other cards with 0% [...]
Capital One and Uber Partner to Bring 20% Discount and Free Rides
Uber users who pay with a Capital One Quicksilver credit card are going to save some serious money through the end of April 2016. As a result of a recent partnership, Uber customers who pay with a Capital One Quicksilver or QuicksilverOne card between now and April 30, 2016 will receive a 20% discount credited [...]
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