November 24, 2020

Best Credit Cards For Travel in 2020

Best Credit Cards For Travel in 2020 what's up members of the barrio it's John and traveling the world can be very expensive but what if I told you there was a way to travel the world for free we're talking flights hotels even free food and drinks, at airport lounges and that way is using credit, card reward points and welcome offers this is the kind of thing that any added traveler needs to be on top of and today to help you out I'm gonna. Be sharing the 7 best travel credit cards for 2020 now some of these are great, for beginners people that don't really have credit cards for this kind.

Of a use I'm gonna be telling you the pros and the cons of each of these cards as well as who I think they're best for so. Make sure to stay tuned until the end of the video we're leading off this video with the Chase Sapphire Preferred, card not to be confused with V Chase Sapphire Reserve. Which we will be getting to later on in the video this is an excellent. Credit card for beginners if you love to travel and it has a lot of really cool perks what's.

Appealing to me as of today is the welcome offer 60-thousand chase ultimate reward points if you spend $4,000 in the first, three months and if you make this your everyday credit card I definitely think that is very doable depending on your spending, habits of course but that value is so high using the chase Ultimate Rewards portal 60,000 points from this card would be the equivalent of spending seven hundred and fifty dollars on. Many things including hotels and another cool perk with Chase ultimate rewards is you can transfer them to certain, partners one of my favorites is high it you can transfer it at, a one-to-one basis so if you transferred six thousand points to high it. That's good for a category three hotel for five nights I actually utilized this very redemption to stay at the. Hyatt Regency in Tokyo an amazing location during cherry blossom season that hotel normally was costing two three hundred dollars a night so we'll start off. With sixty thousand reward points very valuable from Chase there's also no foreign transaction fees which is very common with most of. These travel credit cards so swipe this in Paris and no guilt no extra fees are gonna be applied to your account also two times. The points on dining and travel. Expenses heck this is a travel card so that is quite useful there is an annual fee of ninety five. Dollars this is much lower than the annual fee of four hundred fifty dollars on the Chase Sapphire Reserve card something to consider and, that ninety five dollar annual fee I think is more than canceled out with that extremely generous sixty thousand chase ultimate, reward point welcome offer as for cons I think the biggest is that you don't get global entry you don't get TSA pre-screen you don't, get lounge access with this card like you would get with let's say the American Express Platinum or with the, Chase Sapphire reserve but for that reason I think this is the perfect starter travel credit card next on the list the capital one. Venture rewards card and this credit card is perfect for somebody who.

Gets confused by all of his technical talk about points and where to transfer it if you just want to keep things simple this is, a great starter travel credit card as of today you're looking at a fifty thousand point welcome offer if you spend three thousand dollars in the first three months, also there's no foreign transaction fees no annual. Fee the first year it'll be ninety five dollars every year after that, so it is nice not to have to pay an annual fee your first year now now remember I said that this card was simple you could just take the 50000 point welcome offer, and you could use it to cancel out any travel related purchases in the last 90 days at a one, to one ratio so that's essentially five hundred dollars on whatever travel expenses. You want in a three-month period it doesn't really get much more, simple than that they also have a really unique partner program with hotels.com where you get ten times the points if you book a. Hotel through portal and you can get an extra 10% if you join the hotels.com loyalty program so just by utilizing that it is a, very unique way to get even more points on regular spending that you make on hotels if, 12 different partners you can transfer to JetBlue Lufthansa all the major alliances OneWorld SkyTeam the Star Line's this credit card, is the ultimate card for someone who's a free agent and just wants to spread their points over many different things now the cons of. The credit card it does not have the same amount of transfer partners as American Express and chase I also like to chase. Ultimate rewards portal better than Capital One but again for someone who is eager to travel credit cards I think, this one is definitely one of your best options the Hilton Honors, American.

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