Visa Credit Card Reviews And HIghlighted Recommendations
List of the Best Visa Credit Cards
MasterCard and Visa are used for 80% of credit card transactions. Even die hard American Express fans carry one in their wallets just in case Amex is not accepted. Below are our thoughts on the best MasterCard available in the market today.
The Chase Sapphire® Card in my opinion is one of the best travel rewards credit card in the market today. There are a few great features of this card. Firstly, you can earn double points on airline tickets purchased with their travel portal. You can also exchange your points for gift certificates on United, Continental, Southwest and British Airways. Or you could use any travel agent you want (online or offline) and use your points to get a statement credit. With no annual fee and a generous sign up bonus, this card is a no brainer for those looking for a good credit card reward program.
The Slate(SM) from Chase is a pretty unique card from Chase that allows you to designate part of your payment towards paying in full a particular category of expenses. As a result, that category does not incur any finance charge even though you may carry a balance. It also comes with a low APR and a 0% Introductory APR* on balance transfers for up to 15 months.
The Citi Forward® Card is targeted at young adults who use their card frequently for restaurants dining and entertainment. You can earn 5 points for every dollar you spend at these 2 categories. The reward program is based on Citi's ThankYou Reward Program. This card also comes with a 0% Intro APR if you qualify* for up to 12 months on balance transfer.
The Orchard Bank Credit Card is probably the best card to get if your credit is not so great or even if you have just recovered from BK. They offered both secured and unsecured cards and you will be approved for one of them based on your credit. They have both a Visa and MasterCard version.