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How Contactless Cards Work

A faster way to pay for purchases with a credit card is with the tap-and-pay method. Find out how contactless cards work and the pros and cons of using one.
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Maximize Your 2020 Purchases with Discover it Cash Back’s Rotating Categories

We're digging into Discover it Cash Back's rotating categories, so you can deteremine if it's the right card for your needs and spending habits.
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Discover vs. Citi: Which is Best for Your Balance Transfer?

In the battle of Discover it vs. Citi Diamond Preferred Card, which credit card is the best choice for balance transfers? We have the breakdown.
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Best Credit Cards for 2020

Whether you're looking to travel or want a card with a long 0% intro APR, our list of the best credit cards for 2019 has you covered.
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New: Earn a $250 Bonus with the Blue Cash Preferred Card from American Express

Learn all about the new $250 intro bonus and cash back categories that were just added to the Blue Cash Preferred Card from American Express.
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Earn Twice the Rewards Your First Year with This Card

Did you know there's a card that allows you to earn twice the rewards for the first year you have the card? We have the complete breakdown.
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Bank of America Cash Rewards credit card Boosts Its Intro Bonus to $200

The Bank of America Cash Rewards credit card just upped its intro bonus to $200! We detail everything you need to know about its new intro bonus offer.
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Chase Freedom Unlimited Gets a New 3% Cash Back Offer

Now you can enjoy a 3% cash back offer for your first year with Chase Freedom Unlimited (up to $20,000). That could be up to $600 cash back!
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Chase Sapphire Preferred Card Ups Its Intro Bonus to 60,000 Points

The Chase Sapphire Preferred Card just increased its intro bonus to 60,000 miles. Learn how you can earn this new, impressive bonus.
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Half a Billion Personal Records Were Exposed in 2018: Why Should You Care?

New data from the Identity Theft Resource Center shows a shocking 447 million personal records were exposed in 2018. Learn what these numbers mean for you.
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