If you’re shopping for a rewards card, you’ve probably seen card issuers trying to lure you in with big sign-up bonuses that come with a catch: You must spend a set amount in a certain time frame to get the big reward.
Need an incentive to pay your credit card bills on time? Some credit cards promise to do just that, tying rewards earnings to good credit behavior
With the right strategy and some planning, savvy soon-to-be brides and grooms can leverage rewards cards to earn free travel and hotel stays, as well as other great perks
A more fuel-efficient car or a move closer to work are the best ways to save money on fuel. However, if neither is an option, rewards cards may offer a way to shave a bit off your transportation costs
The right rewards card should work for you. But the wrong rewards card could actually work against you if you find yourself working too hard for meager perks