American Express SimplyCash® Plus Business Credit Card

SimplyCash Plus Business Credit CardBack in January, American Express launched the new SimplyCash Plus Business credit card, but only made it available to select small business owners. Now, it has made the card available to the general public.

What’s special about this card? There are a couple of things that stand out. First, while you are given a credit limit on the card, it also almost acts like a charge card, in that you are given the ability to spend beyond your credit limit in order to help pay for larger purchases, while still earning cash back. Second, it offers a good deal of flexibility in cash back category choices. The card earns 5% cash back at office supply stores and wireless telephone services, 3% cash back in one of a list of eight categories and 1% cash back on other purchases. The 5% and 3% categories apply to the first $50,000 in purchases per year. What’s also nice is that there is no annual fee and a signup bonus worth up to $500.
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Citi Boosts Card Benefits — Increasing Warranty Coverage, Return Protection and Price Rewind Limits

CitiHave a Citi credit card? Effective May 15, 2016, your card benefits will be getting a boost.  Thanks to a change in benefits providers, Citi will soon be giving its cardmembers improved purchase protections, including increased warranty coverage, return protection and expanded Citi Price Rewind limits.  Even better, these changes appear to apply to most Citi cards.

Read on for the details.

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New Marvel MasterCard – 3% Cash Back on Dining, Select Entertainment and

Marvel MasterCardGood news for Avengers fans — you now have an excuse to keep your favorite superhero in your pocket. Synchrony Financial and Marvel Partnerships just announced the launch of the new Marvel MasterCard and unlike nearly every other pop culture icon-related credit card, its rewards aren’t completely atrocious.

Cardholders will earn 3% cash back for purchases made on select entertainment, dining and online at and Marvel’s official merchandise booths.  All other purchases will earn 1% cash back. Cash back will be paid as a statement credit and the card has no annual fee.  Perhaps more importantly, the cards feature some excellent Marvel art work.

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Chase Freedom Unlimited Card – 1.5x Ultimate Rewards on All Spending

Chase Freedom Unlimited CardAs was promised last month, the brand new Chase Freedom Unlimited card is now available online. Chase’s new cash back card is a departure from its original Freedom card which offers 5 Ultimate Rewards points per dollar spent in rotating quarterly bonus categories (on up to $1,500 each quarter) and 1 Ultimate Rewards points per dollar spent on everything else. Instead, the Chase Freedom Unlimited card earns a flat 1.5 Ultimate Rewards per dollar spent on every purchase with no rotating quarterly bonus categories.
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Hilton Credit Cards Comparison

Hilton Credit CardsWith the recent Hilton credit card deals that have been popping up (such as the Hilton Surpass Amex 100,000 bonus points offer and the 75,000 bonus points Citi Hilton HHonors Visa Signature deal), it seemed like a good time to compare the various Hilton co-branded credit cards. They include the aforementioned Hilton Surpass Amex and Citi Hilton HHonors Visa Signature card, as well as the Citi Hilton HHonors Reserve Card and the Hilton HHonors Amex.

Which Hilton credit card is the best for you? Read on for our in-depth analysis.
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Bank of America, Wells Fargo Expand Free FICO Score Access

Credit ScoreSlowly but surely, it’s getting easier to grab a copy of your credit score for free. Thanks to some nudging of the banks by the CFPB and others, more consumers than ever can now see how their credit rates without having to pay for it. The latest news comes from Bank of America and Wells Fargo, where eligible customers can now enjoy expanded access to their FICO score for free.
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Costco Anywhere Visa Card by Citi – 4% on Gas, 3% on Restaurants and Travel, 2% at Costco

Citi Costco Credit CardsIf you’re a Costco member, by now you’ve heard that Costco will begin accepting Visa cards this summer and no longer accept American Express cards. At the same time, Costco Amex cardmembers will also be transitioned to new Visa cards from Citi.

What are the benefits of the new Citi Costco Visa cards? Up until today that was a mystery. But finally, we know the details and quite frankly, they’re a pleasant surprise.
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