Credit Card Reviews

John Ganotis

John Ganotis

Updated Jul 09, 2018

This page is an overview of our in-depth card reviews, organized by credit card issuer.

American Express

Personal

Compare the entire lineup of American Express personal cards here.

Charge Cards

Credit Cards

Business

Learn about the whole range of American Express business cards here.

Charge Cards

Credit Cards

Capital One

Personal

  • Savor: 3% cash back on groceries, 2% on restaurants, for excellent credit
  • Quicksilver: 1.5% cash back on everything, for excellent credit
  • QuicksilverOne: 1.5% cash back on everything, for fair, average, or no credit, $39 annual fee
  • Venture: 2% cash back equivalent to apply to travel purchases, $95 annual fee after the first year, for excellent credit
  • VentureOne: 1.25% cash back equivalent to apply to travel purchases, for excellent credit
  • Journey: 1.25% cash back, designed for people who want to build credit and have fair, average, or no credit
  • Platinum: designed for building credit, for people with fair, average, or no credit
  • Secured: designed for people with bad credit to rebuild credit, requires deposit

Business

  • Spark Cash: 2% cash back on everything, $95 annual fee after the first year, for excellent credit
  • Spark Cash Select: 1.5% cash back on everything, for excellent credit
  • Spark Miles: 2% cash back to use for travel expenses, $95 annual fee after the first year, for excellent credit
  • Spark Miles Select: 1.5% cash back to use for travel expenses, $95 annual fee after the first year, for excellent credit
  • Spark Classic: 1% cash back on everything, for people with fair, average, or no credit

Chase

Personal

See an overview of all Chase personal credit cards here.

Travel Rewards

Cash Back Rewards

Balance Transfers

Business

Compare the full lineup of Chase Ink business credit cards here.

Discover

Read about the full lineup of Discover credit cards here.

  • rotating 5% cash back categories and 1% on everything else
  • for excellent credit
  • 2% back on restaurant and gas (up to $1,000 in purchases per quarter)
  • for excellent credit
  • 1.5% cash back equivalent on all purchases
  • for excellent credit
  • for students with limited credit history
  • rotating 5% cash back categories and 1% on everything else
  • for students with limited credit history
  • 2% back on restaurant and gas (up to $1,000 in purchases per quarter)
  • for bad credit
  • requires a deposit
  • 2% back on restaurant and gas (up to $1,000 in purchases per quarter)

HSBC

Browse the full lineup of HSBC credit cards here.

  • 1.5% cash back on all purchases
  • 10% anniversary bonus on all cash back earned
  • $150 cash back after spending $500 or more in the first 3 months after account opening
  • 15-months 0% intro APR on balance transfers
  • for good credit
  • 18-month 0% intro APR on purchases and balance transfers
  • for good credit

We will add more issuers to this page soon.

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