Amazon Prime Day perks for card holders: Up to 25% back and $125 gift cards

Prime Day is around the corner, so it’s time to start looking for the best ways to save at Amazon if you’re planning on picking anything up during the sale extravaganza. While there are quite a few ways to save during Prime Day, like keeping your browser locked to 9to5Toys, one sure-fire way to save the most you can is to have an Amazon credit card. I’m sure you’ve seen the company’s notifications at checkout about its credit card offerings, but you might not have signed up yet. With 5% cashback on Amazon purchase, up to an additional 25% back in certain categories, and up to $125 in Amazon gift cards, below, we break down the best way to save using credit cards for Prime Day.

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Best cashback, points, and travel credit cards for August 2020

It can be hard to choose the right credit card with so many options out there. Should you go with a points-based card? Cashback? Airline rewards? The options are endless. However, the choice doesn’t have to be hard, and we’re here to help. Here are the best credit card offers available in August 2020.

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Best cashback credit cards for July 2020

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If you’re looking at picking up a credit card that offers you general cashback and not travel points, then this is the roundup for you. We’ve scoured the internet to find the best cards to get and even offer some personal insight with many of the cards that we’ve used ourselves. So, without further ado, here are the best cashback credit cards in July 2020.

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Best credit cards for DIY projects and renovations to save big

If you’re planning any major DIY projects or renovations this summer, then it’s likely you’ll need to purchase quite a few supplies. If you’re going to be picking up expensive items like bathtubs, showers, sinks, countertops, or even appliances, there are a few tricks you should know in order to save the most. So, without further ado, these are the best credit cards for DIY projects and renovations.

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Why it’s important to downgrade unused credit cards and where to start

If you have a credit card that charges an annual fee to keep it active, you might not be getting the most out of the subscription. You might have signed up for the higher-end card initially for the sign-on bonus, but now primarily use a different card, and aren’t getting the full benefit of the expensive card anymore. Regardless of the situation, it’s always a good idea to sit down, go over your cards, and find out which ones charge an annual fee and what benefits it brings. So, without further ado, here’s why you should downgrade your unused credit cards and where you should start.

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Best credit cards for rebuilding your credit May 2020

If your credit score has taken a hit these past few months due to late payments, high balances, or something else, then it might be time to look into the best ways to rebuild your credit. There are a number of ways to do just that, and the best option is through using a secured credit card. There are even options that won’t do a credit check, which can be helpful since just the simple act of having a credit pull can ding your score. So, without further ado, here are the best credit cards for rebuilding your credit score in May 2020.

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Best credit cards for college students

While the semester is coming to a close, you might still be looking for the best credit card as a college student. You’re about to be home for the summer, and now’s when you can really build your credit to enter the next semester with a much better credit score. Well, there are some credit cards designed specifically for college students, so let’s take a look at what the best options are.

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Best tips for getting the most out of your cashback credit card

A few weeks ago, we covered the best cashback credit cards to choose from. However, something that many people don’t really dive into is how to best use that brand-new card. What are the best ways to take advantage? Well, we’re going to lay out everything you need to consider when trying to best use your cashback credit card.

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Credit Card FAQs: We answer some of your biggest questions

Credit cards can be a huge benefit, but when used wrong, can also be a big detriment. If you’re wanting to sign up for a credit card, but have a few questions, we’re here to help. Below, you’ll find a frequently-asked-questions form (FAQ) with some of the most common questions surrounding credit cards. If your question isn’t answered below, be sure to let us know what you’d want to know in the comments below!

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Best 0% APR credit cards for large purchases in April 2020

Given everything that’s going on in the world right now, you might have some upcoming purchases that could set you back quite a bit. Well, if you’re not ready to purchase a brand-new refrigerator, TV, laptop, or anything else outright, picking up a 0% introductory APR credit card could be a good option for you. Just keep in mind that you’ll want to ensure the charge is paid off by the time the introductory period ends, or else you’ll get slapped with a huge interest card. But, without further ado, here’s the best 0% intro APR credit cards for April 2020.

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Target RedCard Credit vs Debit: What you need to know and how to sign up

Target is one of the country’s largest retailers, both online and in-store. The company has long offered a credit card for its frequent shoppers, but many might have avoided it due to not wanting another ding on their credit score. However, these days, you can choose between a RedCard credit card or a debit card, and both share the same major benefits. Not sure whether the Target RedCard credit or debit is the best choice? Keep reading to find out the details on both offerings.

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