Another week has gone by and its time for me to summarize this week’s posts for those who have missed out. Links are provided to each one for curiosity.
Last week, I only did credit card reviews. This week, I focused on card war posts. These posts, of course, compare two or more cards against each other. Such comparisons show how great (or not so great) a card really is.
I started the week by comparing three mid-tier cards with $95 annual fees: the Chase Sapphire Preferred, the Amex Everyday Preferred, and the Citi Premier. All three cards earn transferrable points in mass quantities helping cardholders travel for less.
But each card has its own points currency and its own quirks. Check out this card war to see which one is best for your travel needs.
This week’s second card war compared two titans in the business card market: the American Express Business Gold Card and the Chase Ink Preferred. Both cards are great options, but the winner depends on how you spend your money and which points currency you want to collect.
My next card war compared two great no annual fee business cards: the American Express Blue Business Plus and the Chase Ink Unlimited. Both cards earn their respective currencies at flat rates. But one is better than the other for most entrepreneurs and small businesses.
And finally, I switched back to two personal cards that I wanted to compare: the American Express Everyday and its newest competitor, the Citi Rewards +. Both cards have odd earning structures and no serious perks. However, each has their own use. Check out this post to see how you can use them to get you traveling.
I hope that everyone has a great Sunday! Stay posted for more content next week!