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Highest Rated Cards by Category

#1 in Initial Sign-Up Bonus
Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card
(1 Rating or Review)
cavaliersking

“60,000 bonus points is awesome”

- cavaliersking
#1 in 0% Balance Transfers
Chase Freedom Unlimited® Chase Freedom Unlimited®
(1 Rating or Review)
mranderson

“Rewards are very simple: 1.5% cash on purchases. I like the simplicity.”

- mranderson
#1 in Cash Back
Chase Freedom Unlimited® Chase Freedom Unlimited®
(1 Rating or Review)
mranderson

“Rewards are very simple: 1.5% cash on purchases. I like the simplicity.”

- mranderson
#1 in 0% APR
HSBC Gold Mastercard® credit card HSBC Gold Mastercard® credit card
(1 Rating or Review)
Tori Leighton

“Great card for financing a large purchase, but no rewards.”

- Tori Leighton
#1 in Travel Rewards
Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card
(1 Rating or Review)
cavaliersking

“60,000 bonus points is awesome”

- cavaliersking
#1 in Gas Rebates
Chase Freedom Unlimited® Chase Freedom Unlimited®
(1 Rating or Review)
mranderson

“Rewards are very simple: 1.5% cash on purchases. I like the simplicity.”

- mranderson
#1 in Points Rewards Program
Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card
(1 Rating or Review)
cavaliersking

“60,000 bonus points is awesome”

- cavaliersking
#1 in Small Business
Ink Business Preferred℠ Credit Card Ink Business Preferred℠ Credit Card
(1 Rating or Review)
Camaro Dealer

“Best business credit card for business travelers.”

- Camaro Dealer
#1 in Students
Total Visa® Card Total Visa® Card
(1 Rating or Review)
Stephanie Miller

“Bit by bit, the Total Visa® Credit Card can help you begin to rebuild your credit.”

- Stephanie Miller
#1 in Low Interest
HSBC Gold Mastercard® credit card HSBC Gold Mastercard® credit card
(1 Rating or Review)
Tori Leighton

“Great card for financing a large purchase, but no rewards.”

- Tori Leighton

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Outstanding Credit Card Debt Slides in August

Jill Jaracz
October 08, 2019

After a mid-summer splurge in July, consumers kept their credit cards in their wallets more often in August, according to the Federal Reserve's Consumer Credit statistical release, which came out this week.

The release tallies up all consumer credit, including revolvi...

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