Travel credit card reviews
Travel credit card reviews. If you’re a wanderer but don’t want to declare loyalty to just one airline or hotel chain, these credit cards let you redeem rewards your way. Say bye-bye to blackout dates.
|American Express® Green Card
|The card offers rich earnings and potentially useful — if highly specific — travel perks. But it comes with a higher annual fee than some other cards in its class.
|American Express® Gold Card
|This card features rich benefits for foodies, including high ongoing rewards at restaurants worldwide and U.S. supermarkets and an annual dining credit, among other perks.
|The Platinum Card® from American Express
|For a steep price, the original premium card gives you tons of points on certain flights and hotel stays, hundreds of dollars a year in credit for travel and shopping, and a suite of perks for high-end lifestyles.
|Bank of America® Premium Rewards® Visa® credit card
|You get 2X points on travel and dining and 1.5X points on everything else, and points are worth the same no matter how you redeem them — for cash back, travel or something else.
|Bank of America® Travel Rewards Visa® credit card
|It’s all about simplicity: Earn 1.5 points per dollar on all spending. Redeem points for credit on your statement against any travel purchase. No annual fee.
|Capital One® Venture® Rewards Credit Card
|Earn 2 miles per dollar spent on everything. Redeem miles (at 1 cent apiece) for credit on your statement against any travel purchase, with none of the restrictions of airline cards.
|Capital One® VentureOne® Rewards Credit Card
|You get 1.25 miles per dollar on all purchases, a lower rate than several other no-fee cards. Redeem miles for any travel purchase.
|Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card
|You get 2 points per dollar on travel and dining, and 1 point per dollar elsewhere. Points are worth more when used to book through Chase.
|Chase Sapphire Reserve®
|Earn 3X points on travel and dining, then redeem points for travel or transfer them to partner airlines and hotels. This card piles on the perks, too. It comes at a price, but it’s one worth paying.
|Citi Premier℠ Card
|Earn 3 points per dollar spent on travel — including gas — as well as 2 points per dollar spent on dining and entertainment. All other spending earns 1 point per dollar.
|Citi Prestige® Card
|This premium travel card could be an appealing choice — if your spending stars are aligned just right.
|Citi Rewards+℠ Card
|This unique card may be a fit for low spenders who make a lot of small purchases. But other cards will offer more long-term value, flexibility and simplicity.
|Discover it® Miles
|You get 1.5 miles per dollar spent on everything. Miles can be redeemed for travel or converted to cash back at the same penny-per-mile rate.
|Orbitz Rewards® Visa® Card
|You can earn rewards of as much as 10% on hotel bookings and 6% on airfare. But you don’t have a lot of redemption options. Only one, really. And the terms are far from simple.
|Wells Fargo Propel American Express® card
|It may not have a lot of fancy perks, but no other card lets you rack up such rich rewards on such a wide swath of common spending categories while paying nothing to carry it.