What's The Best Rewards Credit Card?
Not all credit cards are alike. Some offer low interest rates, some have no fees, but others offer great rewards on travel, cash back, and other perks. This week we want to know which ones you think are the best.
Whether it's cash back on your purchases, discounts at your favorite retailers, airline miles or perks on travel and lodging, the best rewards cards make the hassle of having a credit card worthwhile. Whatever the perks in question are, we're interested in your favorite cards for the job—the ones you'd put in your wallet. You've seen our favorites. now let's hear your nominations below.
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Let's hear your vote in the discussions below! To cast your vote, follow these guidelines:
- Follow this format for your vote, including the bold print. If you don't, it won't
be counted: A LOGO OR SCREENSHOT THE BEST REWARDS CARD
Vote: [BEST REWARDS CREDIT CARD]
Why: Why is this rewards card the one you think is the best? Maybe it offers the most cash back, or the most travel miles. Maybe it's no-fee and gives you perks in places you shop. Make your case! Try to keep it to a single paragraph, maybe two.
Don't duplicate nominations! Instead, if someone's nominated your pick, star (recommend) it to give it a boost, and reply with your story instead. Please don't leave non-entry, direct comments on this post. They'll just get pushed down. Save your stories for others' submissions!
If you're not sure what we mean, just check out the nominations by our writers below. We'll give you a head start, and they should all be in the proper format, so you can just follow our lead.
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