Best Credit Cards of 2017

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. 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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Capital One Venture Rewards Credit Card Ups Its Intro Bonus to 50,000 Miles
Attention travelers: The Capital One Venture Rewards Credit Card just upped its intro bonus to 50,000 bonus miles — that’s worth $500 in travel! Cardholders will earn this 50,000-mile bonus after they spend $3,000 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening. While this new intro bonus is impressive, it’s not the only […]

New Capital One Savor Cash Rewards Credit Card Earns Cash Back on Dining and Groceries
A cash back rewards credit card can be one of the most valuable financial tools in your wallet, especially during the buzz of the holiday season when you’re running back and forth from place to place, spending money as you go. If you’re someone who likes to eat out a lot or finds themselves constantly […]

Scams to Look Out for After the Equifax Breach
It’s been a little over a month since news of the Equifax Breach first broke, and the incident is turning out to be the quite the gift to fraudsters. From gaffes made by Equifax and other credit bureaus to the fact that the data breach was more extensive than initially thought, everything surrounding this incident […]

How to Break a Cycle of Credit Card Debt
Although owning a credit card is a great way to help establish and build your credit, there are times when a credit card can get you into trouble, or worse, into serious debt, particularly if you aren’t practicing responsible credit card habits. By making unplanned purchases that result in constant credit card balances which don’t seem […]

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