While reviewing credit cards we came across an idea to list credit cards that give highest bonus rewards/cash back/points now in 2012; Just for applying the cards. If you can pay your entire balance every month then why shouldn’t earn rewards for our regular purchase?
Here are the top credit card deals we are looking at for now in Q2 2012.
Chase Sapphire card – What’s the reward: Earn 40,000 bonus miles if you spend $3,000 in first three months after account opening. That means $500 towards travel ticket cost.
Capital One Venture Rewards — What’s the reward: Earn 10,000 bonus miles, equal to $100 in travel, plus $0 annual fee for the first year.
Capital One VentureOne Rewards — What’s the reward: Earn 10,000 bonus miles when you spend $1,000 in 3 months; perfect card for those who want travel rewards with no foreign transaction fees. $0 annual fee and miles can be redeemed toward ANY travel expense, including on any airline.
American Express Premier Rewards Gold — What’s the reward: Earn 25,000 points when you spend $2,000 in your first 3 months, plus $0 introductory annual fee for the first year. This is an ideal rewards card for spending on categories like airfare, gas and groceries.
Gold Delta SkyMiles Credit Card — What’s the reward: You will receive 30,000 bonus miles on your first purchase, first checked bag free, plus Priority Boarding on Delta flights and 20% in-flight savings. $0 intro annual fee for the first year.
Escape by Discover Card — What’s the reward: Get 1,000 miles every month you make a purchase for 25 months.
Discover More Card — What’s the reward: 0% intro APR on purchases and balance transfers for 15 months, and a 5% Cash back in categories that change like travel, gas, groceries, restaurants, home improvement stores and more.
If you don’t find anything worth applying for, or you are not satisfied, wait for the next month or the one next. Card issuers and banks keep on changing the reward programs to remain competitive in the market place.
Don’t just stuck with a particular card, these days no one card can stay consistently at the top without sacrificing other features.
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