Best Credit Cards of 2018

There are hundreds of credit cards issued by dozens of major banks. Some credit cards have long 0% intro APR periods for those who want to transfer a balance or make a large purchase, while others offer a variety of rewards for those who want to earn cash back, points or travel miles on all their purchases. NextAdvisor has sorted through the major credit cards and reviewed hundreds of options to help consumers select a card that is right for them. Below are the best credit cards that we've reviewed in each of the major categories. You can click "Apply Now" to connect with any of our partners. Also, if you want to search for specific card features, be sure to use our free Find a Credit Card tool on the right side of this page.

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Savor vs. SavorOne: Which Cash Back Credit Card is Right for You?
If you spend your time going out to eat with family and friends or you’re a globetrotter who wants to earn cash back, then you’ll want to pay attention to this post. That’s because Capital One now has two amazing cash rewards credit cards that are perfect for foodies and travelers, as both earn unlimited […]

New: Earn a $500 Bonus with the Capital One Savor Cash Rewards Credit Card
Would you like to earn one of the highest cash back intro bonuses we’ve seen? If so, the new Capital One Savor Cash Rewards Credit Card is for you. That’s because this card offers a whopping $500 cash bonus to cardholders who spend $3,000 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening. On […]

The Upsides and Downsides of Automating Your Finances
Personal finance is filled with tedious transactions and having to remember to make payments, but you can ease some of that if you take some steps to automate your finances. Automating your finances can save you time, help you avoid late fees and make it easy to develop good monetary habits like saving and investing. […]

Best Credit Cards to Build Credit in Your 20s
Your twenties are a time for learning and growing as an adult, and that is especially the case when it comes to your finances. Building credit now means that you’ll have a solid foundation of credit history to leverage in your 30s and beyond when you want to buy a house, purchase a new vehicle, […]

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