Thanks to some premium travel cards hiking annual fees and/or cutting benefits, the Citi Prestige now shines as our runner-up for the best travel credit card.
The Apple Card, with its decent rewards and low fees, is more than meets the eye and should be strongly considered by iPhone users.
Hilton has three non-business credit cards, but the $450-per-year Aspire surprisingly offers the best deal for repeat Hilton guests.
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The Platinum Card from American Express sits at the top of the luxury travel credit card pile—and we love it for frequent flyers and lounge enthusiasts.
The Uber Credit Card has a $0 annual fee and offers 3% in Uber Cash (credits you can use on future rides) on restaurant purchases and 5% on Uber rides.
This card is a good rewards option, especially at gas stations, for existing Bank of America customers with at least $20,000 in an account.
The Amex Gold card offers 4x rewards on both US dining and supermarket purchases, a rare and valuable combination on a travel rewards card. Depending on how you value a point (2 cents per point is reasonable if you can transfer them to one of Amex's travel or hotel partners), you're looking at potentially 8% back at supermarkets and restaurants.
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