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Offers change constantly, so feel free to contact me for all the latest deals that might not be listed on this page.

List of best long-term credit cards for a middle-class family

List of best  hotel cards

List of best business cards

If you have applied for all the mentioned offers, I have put a secondary list of bonuses here

Flexible points

Chase Sapphire Preferred

If you are just starting out, it could make sense to apply for this bonus first. That’s because Chase has imposed restrictions on this offer, and will not approve those who got more than 5 cards (from any bank) within the last 24 months. See this post for more.

  • Earn 50,000 bonus points when you spend $4,000 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening. That’s $625 in travel when you redeem through Chase Ultimate Rewards®
  • 2X points on travel and dining at restaurants & 1 point per dollar spent on all other purchases
  • Earn 5,000 bonus points after you add the first authorized user and make a purchase in the first 3 months from account opening
  • $0 foreign transaction fees, plus chip-enabled for enhanced security and wider acceptance when used at a chip card reader
  • 1:1 point transfer to leading frequent travel programs at full value — that means 1,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points equal 1,000 partner miles/points
  • Travel and shop with confidence with premium Travel and Purchase Protection Benefits, including Trip Cancellation/Trip Interruption Insurance, Auto Rental Collision Damage Waiver, Purchase Protection and more
  • 24/7 direct access to dedicated customer service specialists
  • Introductory Annual Fee of $0 the first year, then $95
  • This card pays us commission.

See this post for my thoughts on whether this card is worth renewing and paying 95 dollar annual fee. 

50,000 Ultimate Rewards can be converted to:

1) $500 in statement credit or  625 dollars towards travel expenses.

2) 50,000 British Airways Avios miles.

3) 50,000 Southwest Rapid rewards, potentially good for 750 dollars or more in airfare.

There are other transfer partners, but those are my favorite currently.

Citi Prestige 

  • $250 Air Travel Credit each year, and receive a statement credit, up to $100 every 5 years, as reimbursement for your application fee for Global Entry or TSA Pre √®
  • Complimentary 4th Night for any hotel stay at hotels booked through Citi Prestige® Concierge
  • Earn 40,000 bonus points after $4,000 in purchases made with your card in the first 3 months the account is open.
  • Points are redeemable for a $532 flight on any airline or $400 in gift cards.
  • Transfer points to a variety of travel loyalty programs from airlines to hotels.
  • Earn 3x points on Air Travel and Hotels
  • Earn 2x points on Dining at Restaurants and Entertainment
  • 1 ThankYou® Point per $1 spent on other purchases
  • The annual fee of $450 is not waived. However, you can get $250 calendar year credit, good towards airfare.
  • Read my post on this card and why it’s a good fit for a middle-class family.
  • This offer pays me commission.
  • Read this post on how you may be able to get this offer with $350 annual fee.

Citi Thank You Premier 

  • Earn 30,000 bonus points after $3,000 in purchases made with your card in the first 3 months the account is open
  • 3 ThankYou® Points per $1 spent on Travel, including Gas
  • 2 ThankYou® Points per $1 spent on Dining Out & Entertainment
  • 1 ThankYou® Point per $1 spent on other purchases
  • No expiration and no limit to the amount of ThankYou® Points you can earn with this card
  • Points Transfer allows you to transfer points to airline and hotel loyalty programs
  • Redeem ThankYou® Points for merchandise, travel rewards, gift cards, cash and more
  • No Foreign Transaction Fees on purchases
  • Annual fee of $95 is waived for the first year.
  • The offer pays us commission.

Note that you may be able to apply for an offer of 40,000 points in Citi branch.

Cash and travel rebate bonuses

Barclaycard Arrival Plus World Elite MasterCard

The sign-up bonus is 50,000 points after $3,000  in purchases in 90 days, first year annual fee is waived. That amount equals $500  that you can redeem toward travel-related purchases like airfare, cruise, hotels and car rentals.  It also gives a 5 percent rebate on the points you redeem. Minimum redemption for travel is 10,000 points, equivalent to $100. Read my short review

I think this is an attractive offer and a good card for earning cash back as well. That’s because it gives 2 points per dollar in rebate toward travel purchases, an equivalent of  2 cents, and even more with the rebate. I don’t think it’s worth renewing, though, because the annual fee of $89 kicks in after the first year.

  • Earn 50,000 bonus miles after you spend $3,000 on purchases in the first 90 days — that’s enough to redeem for a $500 travel statement credit
  • Earn 2X miles on all purchases
  • Redeem for travel or cash back statement credits, gift cards and merchandise. Redemption values vary
  • Get 5% miles back to use toward your next redemption, every time you redeem
  • Miles don’t expire as long as your account is open, active and in good standing
  • No foreign transaction fees on anything you buy while in another country
  • 0% introductory APR for 12 months on Balance Transfers made within 45 days of account opening. After that, a variable APR will apply, 16.74%, 20.74% or 23.74%, based on your creditworthiness.
  • Please note, there is a fee for balance transfers.

Capital One Venture Rewards

Be aware, this bank usually pulls all three credit agencies. You can redeem 40,000 points for a $400 gift card to various retailers, including Target.

  • Enjoy a one-time bonus of 40,000 miles once you spend $3,000 on purchases within the first 3 months, equal to $400 in travel
  • Earn unlimited 2X miles on every purchase, every day
  • Fly any airline, stay at any hotel, anytime
  • Travel when you want—no blackout dates
  • Miles don’t expire
  • No limit to the miles you can earn
  • No foreign transaction fees
  • No annual fee for the first year; $59 after that
  • This card pays me commission.

Merril + Visa Signature Card

Update: The online application link is dead again. See my post on this card.

  1. No annual fee.
  2. Minimum spending requirements are quite manageable at $3,000 in 3 months.
  3. 50,000 points are worth $500 or potentially up to $1,000 towards airfare.

Wells Fargo Propel World

  • Earn 40,000 bonus points with $3,000 in net purchases in the first 3 months.
  • Earn 3X points on Airlines2X on Hotels, and 1X on other net purchases.
  • Get up to $100 in reimbursements each year for qualifying incidental airline charges like airline lounges, baggage fees, and more.
  • Get complimentary room upgrades and more through the Luxury Hotel Program.
  • First annual fee is waived.

If you currently have a WF account, you can call  1-800-932-6736 and apply over the phone. Otherwise, you’ll have to go to local branch.

Mileage bonuses, tied to individual airline

Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards Premier Credit card

Apply via my personal referral link and get the following sign-up bonus:

  • Get 50,000 points for 2 Roundtrip Flights after you spend $2,000 on purchases in the first 3 months of opening your account. Government fees as low as $23 not included.
  • You can also redeem 50,000 points for various gift cards, including Amazon (50,000=$500 value)
  • Get 6,000 points after your Cardmember Anniversary.
  • Earn 2 points per $1 spent on Southwest Airlines® and AirTran® Airways purchases made directly with the airlines and on Rapid Rewards Hotel and Car Rental Partner purchases.
  • Earn 1 point per $1 spent on all other purchases.
  • Redeem points for gift cards, car rentals, cruises, hotel stays and international flights to over 800 destinations on 50+ global carriers.
  • No foreign transactions fees.
  • The annual fee of $99 is NOT waived.
  • Sign-up bonus is not available to those who have received it in the last 24 months.
  • This card also pays me commission.

The offer on Plus version ($69 annual fee) is identical and pays us commission. You can use this direct link for 60K points offer on the business version. You may also want to read this post on Companion pass, the best deal in family travel. All of these cards are subject to 5/24 rule.

Chase United MileagePlus Explorer card

  • Special offer: 50,000 bonus miles after you spend $3,000 on purchases in the first 3 months your account is open
  • Check your first bag for free (a savings of up to $100 per roundtrip) when you use your Card to purchase your ticket
  • Enjoy priority boarding privileges and visit the United Club with 2 one-time passes each year for your anniversary
  • No foreign transaction fees
  • Earn 2 miles per $1 spent on tickets purchased from United, and 1 mile per $1 spent on all other purchases
  • Your miles don’t expire as long as your credit card account is open, with no limit to the number of miles you can earn
  • Use your miles for any seat, any time, on any United-operated flight at the MileagePlus Standard Award level
  • $95 annual fee, not waived
  • Pays us commission

 Subject to 5/24 rule. That amount is enough for 4 one-way tickets within lower 48 states. There are higher offers, but they are usually targeted. Check this direct link for an offer of 50,000 miles+$50 credit after spending $3,000 in 3 months once you log into your account. Check for best sign-up deals on this card  in this Flyertalk thread. 

Citi AAdvantage Platinum Select MasterCard

Direct non-affiliate link

  • For a limited time, earn 50,000 American Airlines AAdvantage bonus miles after making $3,000 in purchases within the first 3 months of account opening
  • First checked bag is free on domestic American Airlines itineraries for you and up to four companions traveling with you on the same reservation
  • Enjoy Group 1 Boarding on American Airlines flights*
  • New – No Foreign Transaction Fees on purchases.
  • Receive 25% savings on in-flight food and beverage purchases when you use your card on American Airlines flights
  • Double AAdvantage miles on eligible American Airlines purchases
  • Earn 10% of your redeemed AAdvantage® miles back — up to 10,000 AAdvantage miles each calendar year
  • The annual fee of $95 is waived for the first year
  • Will at Doctorofcredit reports that you may be able to get an extra $100 credit when you make a dummy booking on

Chase British Airways Visa Signature Card

  • Earn 50,000 bonus Avios after you spend $3,000 on purchases within the first 3 months from account opening.
  • Earn 25,000 bonus Avios after you spend $10,000 total on purchases within the first year from account opening.
  • Earn a further 25,000 bonus Avios after you spend $20,000 total on purchases within the first year from account opening.
  • Earn 3 Avios for every $1 spent on British Airways, Iberia and OpenSkies purchases2.
  • Earn 1 Avios for every $1 spent on all the rest of life’s little purchases2.
  • Automatic enrolment in the Executive Club for new Members.
  • The  annual fee of $95 is not waved.
  • Pays us commission.
As of now, this card is not subject to 5/24 rule. The Avios miles can be incredibly useful for flights within USA, since you can redeem on American Airlines, their partner. The awards can be a tremendous deal for a family, since some require only 7,500 miles each way on short distance flights within USA and Canada. I have written about some good Avios uses  in my post HERE

Barclaycard Lufthansa Miles and More

Earn 20,000 award miles after your first purchase and payment of the annual fee, then an additional 30,000 award miles after you make $5,000 in purchases within the first 90 days.

Annual fee of $89 is not waived. Lufthansa miles can be redeemed on flights on United Airlines without fuel surcharges. It costs 12,000 miles one-way to fly within Continental USA. Non-affiliate application link

Platinum Delta SkyMiles® Credit Card

  • Limited Time Offer: Earn 70,000 bonus miles and 10,000 Medallion® Qualification Miles (MQMs) after you spend $3,000 in purchases on your new Card in your first 3 months.
  • Earn a $100 statement credit after you make a Delta purchase with your new Card within your first 3 months.
  • Check your first bag for free and save up to $50 on a round trip Delta flight, settle into your seat sooner with Priority Boarding, enjoy 20% savings on eligible in-flight purchases in the form of a statement credit.
  • Earn 2 Miles per dollar spent on purchases made directly with Delta. Earn 1 mile on every eligible dollar spent on purchases.
  • Use miles towards flights, seat upgrades, car rentals, merchandise, gift cards, and more.
  • No Foreign Transaction Fees.
  • Annual fee of $195 is not waived.
  • Available via personal referrals.

AAdvantage Aviator Red World Elite MasterCard

  • Apply Here (direct link)
  • Earn 40,000 bonus miles after you make your first purchase in the first 90 days and pay the $95 annual fee
  • First checked bag free for the primary cardmember and up to four companions on eligible bags when traveling on domestic itineraries operated by American Airlines
  • Earn $3,000 Elite Qualifying Dollars (EQDs) when you spend $25,000 each calendar year
  • Earn 2X miles for every $1 spent on eligible American Airlines purchases
  • Earn 1X miles for every $1 spent on all other purchases
  • Group 1 boarding
  • No foreign transaction fees when you make purchases outside the U.S.
  • Receive 10 percent of your redeemed AAdvantage miles back (10,000 miles maximum per calendar year)
  • Receive 25 percent in-flight savings on food, beverages and headsets
  • $95 Annual fee

Avianca Vuela Visa 

Apply here (direct link) Make sure to put a code AVSPWE to get 60K miles.

  • Welcome Bonus of up to 60,000 LifeMiles for purchases made within the first 90 days after activation of your credit card
  • Up to LM 3 for every dollar spent on Avianca purchases
  • Up to LM 2 for every dollar spent at gas stations and grocery stores
  • LM 1 for every dollar spent on all other purchases
  • Two 50% discounts on award tickets redeemed, applicable for travel to Central America or Colombia from the United States
  • Free additional piece of baggage for travel between the United States and Central America
  • No foreign transaction fees
  • Annual fee of $149 is not waived.
  • See my short review of this card

Other offers:

If you are looking for cards with introductory 0% on balance  transfers and purchases  and not the bonus, CLICK HERE to see my post.

I also wrote a post where I assigned my personal value to different miles and points programs  HERE

If anyone is aware of a better offer, please let me know.

You may be able to refer your friends and get 5000 points for recommending Starwood American Express or Amex  Premier Gold. Check  your online Amex credit card profile to see if you qualify.

You can get 5,000 for referring your friends to apply for Chase Freedom or Chase Sapphire Preferred through this link.

You may also want to read this post for some ideas to meet minimum spending requirements. Don’t hesitate to email me with any additional questions.

Everything you read is  my opinion only, and I will not be held accountable for your choices.


Advertiser Disclosure: This site is part of an affiliate sales network and receives compensation for sending traffic to partner sites, such as This compensation may impact how and where links appear on this site. This site does not include all financial companies or all available financial offers.

Editorial Note – Opinions expressed here are author’s alone, not those of any bank, credit card issuer, hotel, airline, or other entity. This content has not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by any of the entities included within the post.

100 thoughts on “Best Credit Card Deals

  1. yesterday my applied for a Citi Thank you card for 30K points offer. We tried to use your links but you mentioned you can get commission only for few cards and ended up using MMS links (I came to this blog from there :))

    And I like your blog. the way you are explaining the things are really nice. Good Blog with good info for family.

    I only read 2 blogs and they release new info early in the morning. They are the reading topics to me while I commute to work in train. But I saw your info will release in evening. this is for return commute .. 🙂

    Again Thanks for your info and all the best.

  2. Kishore, thank you so much for your kind words! I am so glad, my blog is helpful. Yeah, my affiliate site does not always have the best offers. If I’m aware of the better offer, I will always let you know about it. And I’m glad you used MMS links. I will always point my readers to his site, if he has the better offer. If you can spare a few minutes in the future, please make comments and suggestions on the posts, if you possibly can . I really would love to have more feedback from readers, good or bad.

  3. Keep up the good work. Applied Barclaycard Arrival through your link and was approved. Hopefully it tracks correctly and you get the bonus.

  4. Kenny, sorry, it took so long to approve the comment, I was out of town. Thank you so very much! The fact, that you benefited from my blog, means everything to me. Please, keep reading and comment occasionally, if you can.

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  7. I found your blog following the mention on MileNerd’s blog. It seems like you’re trying hard and already have lots of relationships with card-issuers… What I can’t understand is why you mention the US Airways card in several places (including here as a top pic for families) as the US Airways Visa. Is there a Visa version of this card? The one I have is a MasterCard from Barclay’s and the linked thread goes to a MasterCard, too.

  8. @ Hua Actually, I meant to say Mastercard, sorry for the confusion. And the reason I recommend it is because it will be discontinued soon. So if you are after AAdvantage miles, its a good choice to consider.

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    • @ Cheapblackdad. thank you so much for supporting my blog! You would have to go through my Support Me page and click on View Additional Rewards Offers link. It’s right at the top. On that site you would have to search for that card by typing the name at the top right corner. It should show up. If you can’t find it, email me and I will send you a screenshot on how to do it. As long as you don’t click out after going through that link, it should register. Thank you so much again, and let me know if you found it . I’m not allowed to include direct link, sorry!

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