Best Cards for Bonuses You Should Have

Chase Sapphire Reserve for Dining:  when you spend $4000, you will get 50,000 points. You will get three ultimate rewards points for every dollar you spend and that applies to all dining and travel.

Citi Prestige Card for Hotels:  you’ll get 40,000 bonus points after spending $4000 within the first three months of opening your account. Users can transfer points to up to 12 airline programs, as well as SEARS and Hilton.

Platinum Card from American Express for airfares: spend $5000 within three months of opening your account and earn 60,000 bonus points. It also offers airport lounge access options, such as Delta Sky Clubs and AmEx Centurion lounges.

Chase Sapphire Reserve for general travel: spend $4000 and earn 50,000 points. However, you must spend that amount within three months from the time of opening your account to qualify.

Amex EveryDay Preferred Credit Card: spend $1000 worth of purchases within the first three months of opening your account and earn 15,000 points. Note: the card charges a 2.7% foreign transaction fee so you might not want to use it for purchases overseas.

Citi ThankYou Premier Card for gas: spend $3000 within 3 months of opening your account to earn 30,000 bonus points. A few benefits include 2X points on entertainment and dining out and the points earned using the card are also worth 1.25 cents each toward airfares that are booked using the Thank You Travel Center.

Ink Business Cash Credit Card for office supplies: you will receive $300 after spending $3000 within the first three months. Plus, there is no annual fee for using the card.

Chase Freedom Unlimited for non-bonus spending: you will get a $150 bonus after spending $500 within the first three months of opening your account.  There is also no annual fee using the card.

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