Find the Best Credit Card for You

Select the best credit card options from this table, or choose from the content listed below the table for in-depth credit card articles and reviews:

Search the following credit card categories for more great credit cards:

  • Cash Back Credit Cards: Cash rewards credit cards are my favorite type of rewards because they are generally the easiest to understand and use. The cards in this list offer a variety of cash rewards programs
  • Rewards Credit Cards: These cards offer a variety of cash, travel, and points rewards. Find the card that will earn you the best rewards for your needs!
  • 0% APR Credit Cards: These 0% credit cards come with 0% interest on purchases and/or balance transfers for the first few months you own the card, making them a great way to get an interest free loan!
  • 0% Balance Transfer Credit Cards: Are you in credit card debt? Try transferring your credit card balance to a 0% baance transfer card and avoid paying interest on your credit card debt. This is a great way to save hundreds, or even thousands of dollars in credit card interest.
  • Low Interest Credit Cards: Do you carry a balance on your credit card? Choose one of these low interest credit card to save money!
  • Travel Rewards Credit Cards: These are the best cards for traveler’s, offering card holders a way to earn cash and travel rewards, free airline tickets, free hotel stays, and more.
  • Airline Miles Credit Cards: These cards are great if you are a loyal or frequent airline traveler. Sign up bonuses include free airline tickets and cash back, plus you can earn free tickets, first class or business class upgrades, and more.
  • Gas Rewards Credit Cards: Do you drive a lot? Then you can save a substantial amount of money on gas with these gas rewards credit cards.
  • Business Credit Cards: Every business owner should think about getting a business credit card. I use mine frequently for business expenses and enjoy the protections credit cards offer as well as cash back and rewards.
  • Student Credit Cards: Student credit cards give young people the opportunity to build their credit history and credit score at an early age, as well as learn responsible credit card use.
  • Secured Credit Cards: Don’t have a credit history, or do you have bad credit? Secured credit scores can help you build or repair your credit score and still enjoy the benefits, conveniences, and protections of having a credit card.
  • Credit Card Bonus Offers: These are the best sign up offers around – giving you the chance to earn anywhere from $100 and up, just for opening a new credit card and meeting a minimal requirement. Easy!

Looking for other credit card offers?The following links include special offers, individual credit card reviews, credit card category reviews, and more great credit card offers:

Using Credit Cards to Rebuild Your Credit Score

by Ryan Guina July 22, 2009

Building your credit history and improving your credit score can be difficult if lenders aren’t willing to extend you a line of credit. It can be even more difficult to rebuild your credit score if you are recovering from bankruptcy or other unfavorable credit settlements. I recently received a reader question about using credit cards […]

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Changes to the Credit Card Industry – Credit CARD Act of 2009

by Ryan Guina May 20, 2009

The Obama Administration really pressed for some major changes to the credit card industry, and it was about time. I understand the credit card companies are in the business of making money, but many of their business practices are unethical at best and borderline illegal at worst. OK, maybe they aren’t illegal, but that is […]

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American Express Premier Rewards Gold and Platinum Review

by Ryan Guina October 9, 2008

Do you ever wonder why credit card companies offer different versions of the same credit card? And what’s the difference between gold and platinum anyway… prestige and bragging rights? Not really. No one cares about the credit card in your wallet unless it is the American Express Centurion Card, and then people only care because […]

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Anyone Can Apply For a Business Credit Card

by Ryan Guina August 6, 2008

A lot of people don’t know this, but anyone can apply for a business credit card, even if they don’t own a “business.” All you have to do is use select “sole proprietor” as your business type, use your name as the business name, and use your Social Security Number as the tax ID number. […]

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Which Type of Credit Card User Are You?

by Ryan Guina October 11, 2007

Yesterday I wrote about the 5 types of credit card users from the credit card company perspective. At the end of my article, I stated that I am a Max Payer. I only charge items to my credit card that I have the ability to pay for immediately. If I don’t already have the money […]

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