Changes to American Express Hilton Credit Card Portfolio and My One Complaint

Earlier this month, American Express announced a refresh of their Hilton credit cards. The highlights of these changes are: 1. Hilton Honors will no longer have foreign transaction fees. If you’re a Citi Hilton Honors cardholder, you’ll be transitioned to this card in 2018. 2. Hilton Honors Ascend: Hilton Honors Surpass will transition to this card in…

Which Card is Right For You? Chase Sapphire Preferred or Reserve

Offers in the post may no longer be available. Click here for the most up-to-date sign-up bonuses. Chase recently introduced a new rule on Chase Sapphire cards that limits you from being able to get more than one Chase Sapphire card. Basically, you won’t be eligible for any Chase Sapphire card if you earned the sign-up bonus…

Bank of America Limits Credit Card Approvals with New 2/3/4 Rule

After recent crackdowns from Barclays and Chase, you’d think we’ve had enough bad news. Unfortunately, Doctor of Credit has confirmed that Bank of America is the next credit card issuer to instate some new, churning unfriendly rules. The new 2/3/4 rule goes as follows. Bank of America will only approve you for a maximum of two…

New Crackdowns on the Barclaycard Arrival Plus

The Barclaycard Arrival Plus is one of the best “fixed-value” travel credit cards on the market. Although the sign-up bonus recently dropped back to 40,000 points, you’ll still get at least $400 toward travel just by meeting the spending requirement. Many people, including myself, have had success churning this card in the past, despite the following verbiage…

United and Delta Released New Credit Cards, But Should You Care?

It’s always exciting when banks release new credit cards, but sometimes the new products can be a bit disappointing. Earlier this month, Chase released a new United credit card and American Express released a new Delta card. While both cards have no annual fee, there’s a few things to consider before applying. Here’s what you…