Posted by William Charles on March 15, 2017
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Published on March 15th, 2017 | by William Charles

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Best Current Credit Card Sign Up Bonuses For March, 2017

Reposting this for March, I’ve updated it as much as I can. I’ll be keeping this updated as I go now and reposting every month, if you think something should be included and isn’t – let us know in the comments. Similarly let us know the reverse! You can view the most recent changes by clicking here.

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A few final thoughts before we get to this list:

  • There will be a random amount of entries on this list at any one time dependent on how many cards I currently think are worth signing up for.
  • I’ll be taking into account whether a bonus is at it’s highest level ever or not (mostly because I don’t think an offer is truly the best if it regularly goes up to a higher level or I suspect it’ll go to a higher level in the near future).
  • I won’t be taking into account special application rules (e.g Chase 5/24 rule or American Express once per lifetime rule), but I will mention them clearly.
  • If there is a card that is popular and I haven’t included, I’ll put it under “Not On The List” and explain my reasons why.

Keep in mind that having a clear goal will help you decide what the best cards for you are! If you don’t want to travel and just want to earn cash back, then the best card for you will be different than somebody that wants to fly first class to Paris and stay in 5 star accommodation.

Personal Cards

These cards are listed in order from absolute best to best (e.g the better cards are at the top).

 Merrill+ 50,000 Points By Phone

Read our review of this offer

Make sure you get confirmation of the 50,000 point offer via phone and also a reference number – some people have only been getting 25,000 points. This is worth $500 in cash or $1,000 towards airfare. More information on redeeming points here.

American Express Personal Starwood Preferred Guest – 35,000 Points

Read our review of this offer here

This is the highest this card’s bonus has ever been (although with a slightly higher than previous minimum spend requirement). SPG have been acquired by Marriott so this card is unlikely to be available for ever. This also means that SPG points are currently very flexible, you can use them for SPG stays or transfer to airlines at 1:1 rate (with 5,000 bonus for every 20,000 transferred). You can also convert them to Marriott points and get a 1:3 transfer ratio.

This offer is valid until April 5th, so you do have some time to pick the card up. There is also a business version with the same offer (although it comes with Sheraton club access and a higher minimum spend requirement.

Wells Fargo Propel World 40,000 Points In Branch Or Phone

Our review of this bonus & method in branch or by phone

This card isn’t available online anymore and I can’t see it being available in branch for too much longer either. Card also comes with $100 in travel reimbursements each year and the annual fee of $175 is waived the first year as well. Points are worth 1¢ each so this bonus is worth $400 + the $100 in travel reimbursements.

Chase Sapphire Preferred – Up To 75,000 Points

Our review of this offer

There is an in branch offer for up to 75,000 points on the Chase Sapphire Preferred. I believe it is supposed to be for CPC clients but readers are having success applying for the in branch 50,000 point offer and then requesting a match. This offer would be much higher if this was more of a guarantee to work but it’s still worth trying if you get an in branch pre-approval to bypass the 5/24 rule.

Barclaycard Arrival 50,000 Points

Our review of this offer

Standard offer on this card is 40,000 points so this is slightly increased. Annual fee of $89 is waived the first year as well. The card has had some benefits cut, this means it isn’t worth holding long term anymore (at least in my opinion) but this bonus is worth $250 in cash or $500 against travel charges. You also get 5% of points back when redeeming for travel, effectively making this bonus worth $525+ in travel.

The nice thing is that this card is issued by Barclaycard and they usually pull your TransUnion credit report and don’t have as many restrictions on getting sign up bonuses multiple times (although the cards are harder to get approved for).

CNB Crystal Visa Infinite 70,000 Points

Direct link to offer

You need to sign up for this card in branch (branches in NY, DE, GA, TN, NV & CA) and the offer expires on March 31st, 2017. We have seen an offer of 100,000 points in the past, but I doubt we will see it again. The card does have an annual fee of $400, but this is waived in the first year.

Keep in mind the card also comes with a $250 airline credit (see what works here) and authorized user cards also get this credit. The downside is that they are selective in who they approve and like high income/networth individuals. Our full review can be read here. They also have a bonus of 100,000 on their commercial card.

Avianca Vuela Visa Card – 40,000/60,000

Read our full review

Best part of this card is two fold:

  • It’s issued by Banco Popular, we don’t know a lot about them currently but at least it’s something different.
  • The card requires no spend to get the bonus, only a single purchase!

Unfortunately the annual fee of $149 is not waived in the first year, but still great deal. The downside is that some people have been having major issues with their card.

Bank of America Alaska Airlines 30,000 Miles + $100 Statement Credit

Link to our review of the offer

The real value here is the fact that Bank of America allows you to combine inquiries. That means you can pair this bonus with another Bank of America card (or two) and only receive the single hard pull.

Chase IHG 80,000 Points (Personal)

Our post on this bonus

This one takes a bit of work to actually get, you have to apply for a lower offer and then asked to be matched to the 80,000 offer but I haven’t heard of any reports of people not being successful in that match, although it does require a slightly higher $2,000 spend now.  IHG points aren’t the most valuable, although if you can find hotels that work with their Points Break list this bonus would be worth 20 free nights (highly unlikely).

One of the big pluses of this card is that every year you receive a free night certificate that can be used on any IHG property (annual fee is only $49) so this is one of the few cards that I think is worth considering long term. Also the Chase 5/24 rule doesn’t apply to this card.

Chase Southwest Personal Plus/Premier – 50,000 Points

Our review of this bonus

Great cards, especially if you can get approved for one of these and then the 60,000 points on the business card. As that gives you enough points for the Southwest companion pass. It’s also a good time of year for these cards you’ll have the companion pass for the majority of 2017 and all of 2018. Difficulty is getting approved as the chase 5/24 rule does apply to these cards. You can view what to do with your Southwest points here.

Citi Prestige 50,000 Points

Our review of this offer

Honestly cuts to the benefits of this card have hurt, but the sign up bonus is still good. Keep in mind another big annual fee of $450 on this card, again offset by the $250 travel credit (see what counts for this credit here). Citi also has strict application rules that mean you won’t be eligible if you’ve opened or closed any ThankYou cards within the past 24 months.

Discover it – $50 + Double Cash Back

Get bonus here

The sign up bonus on this card is low ($50 when you use a referral) but the real bonus is that after the first year you get your cash back doubled for that year (including the $50 referral bonus). This card has 5% rotating categories (up to $1,500 in spend per quarter), this means you’ll get 10% cash back on those categories. This card really only makes sense if you’ll be able to max out those categories at least some of the time.

There is also currently a public $75 bonus offer.  Read our review.

U.S. Bank FlexPerks Gold American Express – 30,000 Points

Read our review

Relatively new card, points are worth $300 in cash or up to $600 in airfare (or $450 in hotels) so some good value to be had here with a nice fallback cash redemption option as well. Annual fee of $85 is not waived in the first year, but it does also earn 3x points for restaurant purchases.

Business Card Bonuses

Chase Southwest Business Premier – 60,000 Points

Our review of this bonus

Really good card, especially if you can get approved for one of the personal Southwest cards as well – that way you have enough Southwest points for the companion pass. This is a good time of year to go for the companion pass as well as you’ll get the pass for the rest of 2017 and 2018. Chase 5/24 rule does apply to this card and the personal cards, so it’ll be extremely difficult for most people to get the two bonuses required for this bonus.

American Express Business Starwood Preferred Guest – 35,000 Points

Read our review of this offer here

Same reasons the personal version of this card is on the list (see above).

City National Bank 100,000 Point Visa Business Offer

Direct link to our review of this offer

Requires a big spend of $15,000. Offer is valid until March 31st, 2017. Card doesn’t have any annual fee or benefits like the personal card. Points are worth 1¢ towards airfare, so bonus is $1,000 in airfare for $15,000 in spend. Good deal if you can get it. Requires opening in branch (NY, DE, GA, TN, NV & CA).

Not On The List

Recent Changes

I thought it would be useful to list when and why I make changes here.

Final Thoughts

I’m looking forward to the comments on this one, what do you think I’ve gotten wrong? What should be higher and what should be lower? What missed out and what should be removed from the list all together?



133 Responses to Best Current Credit Card Sign Up Bonuses For March, 2017

  1. NM says:

    Thanks, great article with a helpful round-up. Just a small clarification: the Citi Prestige has a $250 airline credit, not a $300 travel credit.

  2. cas187 says:

    nice job! I’ve been hopeful that you would compile an aggregate list of CCs like this because I think this site does a better job of giving an honest and succinct viewpoint then your blog competitors

  3. MJG says:

    No mention of Starwood and Marriott cards that are now eligible to be combined?Some really sweet possibilities there.

  4. ChurningForDays says:

    I’m not sure I agree with your take on Sky Miles. Granted, they’re clearly the least valuable of the legacies, but Pay With Miles provides a floor that gives a minimum value of $500/$700+ on some of those Delta cards. The increased offers going on make them must-looks if you ask me.

    A lot of people, myself included, soured on Delta with their unannounced devaluations and generally shady practices when it comes to their frequent flier program. That being said, Delta generally gets good reviews for their service and they have a ton of non-stops from ATL, CVG, DTW, LAX, MSP, JFK, LGA, and SLC.

    In my opinion the Delta Gold Personal card should not be applied for unless you are targeted for the 75k offer. However, the Delta Platinum Personal probably deserves a spot above the IHG card on your list and I think both versions of the Business card deserve spots at the bottom of your list (below SWRR).

    • My thinking with the current skymiles offers is that they will increase in the short term (as evidenced by the near constant 50k/70k offers) and the fact that there is no real need to hold these miles. If you have short term plans for Delta miles it can make sense, but I expect increase offers for both cards in the short term and also devaluation of Delta miles in the short-medium term. Annual fee on the Platinum card doesn’t help it’s cause either, maybe offset by the MQM for some people?

      Again, happy to argue these points and update list if I am in the minority/wrong.

      • ChurningForDays says:

        I guess the fear of increased offers is somewhat fair, but do you really see these cards hitting a six figure sign up bonus? That seems like the next step for Amex (100k DL Plat) to take with these if they really want to make a splash and drive sign ups, but I just don’t see them parting with such a huge crop of miles. My understanding is that the Delta card portfolio is relatively successful and the addition of card spend to waive the MQD requirement has probably helped them stave off deserters.

        In summation, I personally don’t see how the Delta Personal Platinum (70k miles/effective $95 fee first year with statement credit) can be left off your list of best personal sign up bonuses when the US Bank Amex is on there.

  5. Kelly says:

    I thought on the Amex Business Plat the total spend was $15k in total, not 10k? Although it would be great if it were! Thanks for compiling this list!

  6. Zorba says:

    Looks good! Pretty sure the Amex Platinum Business is $15,000 total. $5,000 first 50k points, $10,000 for second 50k set.

  7. Jake P says:

    CFU higher than CSR. Wowza

  8. Eric says:

    Under “Personal Cards” I think you meant to write “best to worst” instead of “best to best”.

  9. Dan says:

    I never saw the 100k/125k AmEx Hilton links. Do you have those?

  10. Laura says:

    GASP! This improves my life greatly. TY!!!!

  11. Jason says:

    Merrill Lynch MERRILL+ Visa

    Dad’s application submitted about an hour ago and received a call from their consideration line 866-224-7803, was approved instantly over the phone. 5K credit line. Like mine, he has Experian frozen and asked them to pull from Trans Union instead, 745 on trans Union via Credit Karma. It appears that 5K is the lowest credit line but it is totally fine because only the sign up bonus matters.

    It looks to me that Merril Lynch is very aggressive on getting ppl using their credit card, therefore approving without even mentioning on short credit history or number of hard inquiries in report. Funny thing is that my Dad previously did not even get approved for BofA’s cash reward credit card.

    • Jason says:

      typo: reconsideration line

      • Boston Bobby says:

        Newbie here so i apologize in advance if this is a dumb question, but I’ve been seeing a lot of ppl saying they’ve frozen their accounts. I assume it’s because that score is lower than the others? So i guess I have 3 questions: Does this strategy work with all banks? What exactly do you give for the reason it’s frozen when you talk to the recon line? Is it only Experian this strategy works for or can i use it for my lowest score which is equifax? Thanks for any insight…

  12. Mark Ostermann says:

    No love for Spark Cash? $500 cash after $4500 in spend….better spend then the amex $500 bonus plus 2% on everything.

  13. Jeff H says:

    I am leaning more toward the CSP if I can get a Chase in branch preapproval vs CSR. Adjusting the reward vs AF and not having to game the $300.00 travel credits when I will not be traveling just makes more sense to me. 7/12 Currently. One new business card on top of that which has not had time to hit the credit bureaus if it does.

    The problem is I do not see enough sizzle in anything out there to drool about except the CSP or CSR. At the rate I am going, I may be a one year wonder as very little pumps my juices for 2017 in terms of new credit cards or bank accounts.

  14. mmgfarb says:

    You should still be able to get matched to the 70k in branch offer for the Ink Plus.

  15. Jan B says:

    WC: I think you did a great job breaking this down. Thanks! 🙂

  16. Abey says:

    There are two cards that have very valuable signup bonuses but are very underrated.
    Chase Hyatt. Sign up bonus is 2 free nights any Hyatt worlwide.
    And Chase Fairmont. Two free nights worldwide.
    Me and my GF used the Hyatt sign up bonuses for 4 free Hyatt nights in Paris and its around $1,000 per night
    And we used the Faimont for 4 free Fairmont night in Maui Hawaii around $700 per night
    And we also got suite upgrades and dining certificates.
    Now these free nights are more worth then
    50K AA points 50K thank you points and so on.

    • henry says:

      what if you don’t travel or don’t care for fancy smancy hotels?

      • NewYork12126 says:

        I agree with the original commenter that both of these cards are worth a mention. With a bit of effort and foresight, can each offer some real outsized value. Especially the Fairmont card (and it’s not 5/24). However, I do think that the Hyatt card gets a bit of undeserved attention from other bloggers, given the annual fee and the limitation of the free night to only a cat. 1 – 4. As a previous holder, I struggled to get good value out of the card beyond the two free nights.

    • Sue says:

      I thought the Fairmont wasn’t available anymore.

    • Terri Clark says:

      Abey, I agree these two are worth pursuing, but I didn’t think the Fairmont was available for new signups any more?

    • Adam D says:

      Difference is theres usually dozens or accomadations available in a city for all budgets. There is not that option with airlines and if with that theory if you book a multiple stop route a day before a flight with miles one can save thousands.

  17. C says:

    Thanks for putting this together! I was hoping this type of list would come out soon- I am a big fan of your bank account bonus page!

  18. Abey says:

    Also the Barclay Wyndham 30k points
    Its basicaly two free wyndham nights
    Since its 15K points per night for any hotel
    We combined two Wyndham cards
    For 4 free nights in Amsterdam
    It was one of the best weekends of our life…

  19. Abey says:

    Here are a few more cards you havent mentioned:
    The Ritz Carlton, 3 free nights.
    British Airways 50K points.
    Jet Blue 30K points.
    Lufthansa Miles&More 50K points.
    TD Aeroplan 25K points.
    Hawaiian Airlines 50K points (Targeted).
    Us Bank FlexPerx around 40K points
    With the USA Olympic promotion.
    Club Carlson 85K points
    (We combined two Club Carlsons for 3 nights in Rome).
    Also Citi AA Business 50K after 3K spend.

  20. Abey says:

    The Capital One Spark
    spend $4,500 for $500 back ahould definately be added
    Eapecially if you add Amex simply cash
    Which requires 15K spend for $500
    If you spend 15K with the Spark you’d get $800
    Yes Capital One pulls all 3 credit bureaus but its still a top sign up bonus.
    Here is an example.
    If someone tells you that he can’t sign up for the Simply Cash because swiping 15K is a lot even though it gives you 12 months.
    But he can sign up for the Spark because he can afford 1 new inquiry on Trans Union Experian and Equifax.
    Now to that person (who is me) which card has a better sign up bonus??
    And there are a lot of Johns and Jacks in the same boat 🙂
    And dont forget Amex you cant really pay with cash.
    While Capital one you can just walk into a branch.
    It can make a big difference to some people.

  21. Matt Katakis says:

    And this is why Doc has the best blog of all. Thanks for all you do and for keeping things real and unbiased. It does not go noticed.

  22. Josh Fletcher says:

    For the Citi AA Platinum, if you are a current cardholder are you not eligible for the bonus? You mention 24 months for open and close. It’s been 4 years for me (or whenever that 100k bonus was) and i’ve only kept it open because they waive fee every year so I wanted to keep a longer credit history open. Thoughts?

  23. Justin says:

    Applied for Merril Lynch card Thursday. Approved Friday. How long do I have to apply for another Bank of America card on the same credit pull?

  24. NewYork12126 says:

    Awesome post and this is where I’ll be both referring back to and recommending others. I find the consideration of historical bonuses and a realistic valuation of non-cash value perks to be particularly refreshing.

    This blog is quickly becoming the only place I visit on a daily basis and is the only miles/points site to which I subscribe. Awesome work DoC!

  25. Mo says:

    Hey DoC,
    You would obviously know a lot more about this than I would. But, it doesn’t feel like Chase is gonna get rid of the 100k Reserve sign-on bonus any time soon. Why, the whole card intro was based on that bonus. It has also given them a tremendous amount of self-promoting exposure, and puts them on a similar pedestal to Amex. So while Amex is busy fighting churners over leaked links, Chase is laughing all the way to the bank (pun) for being the only one to have a running public 100K personal.

  26. Imapepper says:

    But do any of these beat this one:

    http://www.doctorofcredit.com/2-liter-bottle-as-a-signup-bonus-anyone/

    I mean really?

  27. JB says:

    AMEX Everyday Preferred 30k offer is gone. Been trying for 1.5 weeks with various browsers etc. and no luck

  28. ann says:

    has anyone run into the banks asking for the bonus back if you cancel the card soon after you get the bonus?

    • Adam D says:

      they wont if you transfer to a mileage program,if it auto goes there or get a statement credit. just keep it open the 11 months or so to keep you lifetime of the card the highest it can be with no annual fee. as long as u meet the spend youre good, just watch out for refunds.

    • James B. says:

      AMEX has clawed back MRs from some customers that purchased gift cards to meet bonus spend requirements.

      I have not heard of any cases where banks have clawed back points because of canceling the card soon after receiving the bonus.

      I agree with Adam D. that it is best to try to keep the card as long as possible until the annual fee looms above the horizon. Then you must decide on the trade-offs of keeping the card.

  29. alex says:

    Is there an updated list?

  30. bluecat says:

    IF and WHEN you do update this list, please change the date at the header of the post so that your readers know it’s current.

  31. Corridor says:

    What about the Amex Ameriprise Platinum? You get all the perks of the platinum but no annual fee for the first year. You don’t get a bonus but not a bad deal.

  32. Alex says:

    Thanks for the update.

    How about the citi Hilton 75k offer?

  33. Jake N says:

    What about the Ritz card? Is the 3 nights link still active? Good pairing with another non-5/24 card.

  34. Chris says:

    Ink Preferred for 80k not listed??

  35. Abey says:

    This is a good list but how about we do a massive list with every credit card that has a signup bonus over $100 in value.
    (Im running out of credit cards to sign up for).

  36. ag says:

    The Citi Hilton Reserve $100 Statement Credit has expired :/

  37. yu says:

    Why United Explorer Mileage Card is not included? Isn’t it good?

  38. Elias says:

    Doc, how about the ritz 3 free nights with no AF after trick and $300 travel credits AKA gift cards x 2 ? There is still a link in FT.

    This is IMHO the best credit card bonus right now.

  39. James B. says:

    Much of the benefits like the $300 credit by purchasing gift cards is YMMV. Also, the no AF after trick is YMMV.

    If all the YMMV goes through, it is a great offer.

  40. Abey says:

    If youre like me running out of credit cards to sign up for bonus points. I found a card that is unknown to most of us and has some decent sign up value.
    Its Best Western hotel card by First Bank
    Up to 70,000 sign up points which can be worth 4 nights.
    50,000 bonus points after you spend $1,000 within 3 months and an additional 20,000 bonus points when you spend at least $5,000 Within a year. $0 annual fee first year.
    (A free night ranges from 8,000 and 36,000 points).

    https://www.firstbankcard.com/bestwestern/landingpage/refresh/index-cardpage1.fhtml?sub=000

    • Abey says:

      They also have a business card with up to 80,000 bonus points.
      48,000 bonus points after $1,000 in first 3 months plus 32,000 bonus points when you spend at least $25,000 within first year.

      • Poker Pro says:

        Abey, did you cancel the card then reapply or apply for a 2nd, 3rd, etc cards? If you cancelled did you have to use the points or lose em before you cancelled?

    • Suljaga13 says:

      Highly churnable card. I was able to churn it every 90 days, 3 times so far.

  41. NBG says:

    Today i saw pre approved offers in Amex for my wife and she has the Premier Rewards Gold card with 50K points with $1000 spend in 3 months and no AF. Looks pretty slick. Still haven’t pulled the trigger.

  42. Jim says:

    DP: AMEX Blue Cash Preferred. Received $250 statement credit (no 10% rebate category) today via Firefox incognito/private on first try (versus $150 + 10% restaurant public offer.) Applied/approved.

  43. Adam D says:

    Hey DoC,
    do you have any list with current credit card offers wih low bonus spend requirement? ex; ($0-1000). Or any info on best low spend requirement cards?

  44. Vince says:

    Citi AAdvantage is listed twice on the personal cards list!

  45. irshad says:

    I must start by saying that I joined the credit card bonus’ sign up party pretty late in October 2016. I never knew the possibilities until I started reading DOC website. I now have it bookmarked and try to read it every day. Some great posts by your team and awesome reader comments and contributions.

    In 5 months since October I was able to collect the following bonuses
    Chase UR points (2 CSR (wife and me), CSP, Ink pref bus., United personal, united business)
    Amex (plat., Bus. plat, PRG, Bus. Gold, Green card)
    BoA (Merrill+, Alaska)

    I was also able to get 5 bank signup bonuses (worth 1200 dollars)

    Total worth at least 12000-15000 dollars depending on how I plan on redeeming. Thank you DOC. Really appreciate it.

    • irshad says:

      Forgot to add that I was approved to Ritz carlton card this morning (applied on 03/01). Had to shift 10K credit limit over from CSP to Ritz.

    • Nice haul, glad to be able to help 🙂

      • Irshad says:

        I need some advise regarding spg amex cards. Will I be able to meet minimum spend by getting amex gift cards online on amex website? Will that count as purchase? Sorry for an off topic query. But I couldn’t find a direct reply anywhere online

  46. Justin says:

    What are the chances I can open 2 accounts (only one will get the $300 bonus), to accomplish 4k min. spending (2 x $2000 initial deposits) for the Sapphire Reserve Card, seems like it should work?

    • irshad says:

      Can you pls elaborate what accounts you are referring to? you would like to open two checking accounts and fund with CSR?
      If yes, that would work if the bank allows you to open multiple accounts. or you can open one for yourselves and one for your spouse/somebody else.
      PNC allows you to open multiple accounts and fund each account with 2K. That will be a good option for you

      • Justin says:

        Yes, it would be the CSR card. And I would open 2 virtual wallet accounts using my own info to open both. I realize only one of the accounts gets me my the $300 bonus, but I’m okay with that.

        So the big question is if PNC lets you open multiple virtual wallets using the same SSN?

        • irshad says:

          Orrrrrrrrrrrrr you can try even better option.. Open a Blue federal credit union checking account (it is free; no minimum balance required). You can fund up to 5K with your credit card. CSR min. spend complete in one transaction and you dont have to worry about min. balances on your checking account.

          I am not aware of any PNC checking accounts which are free (i.e., with no DD requirements or min. daily balance requirements)

        • irshad says:

          I have a PNC virtual wallet performance select and I also have savings and regular checking accounts with PNC.
          I never tried two virtual wallet accounts at any one time. So I cant answer that. But I believe it should work.
          You would have to consider the requirements for virtual wallet accounts. They are not free to maintain unless you meet some requirements. Can you have DD in two virtual wallet accounts? If yes, go ahead and try it.

    • MarcoPolo says:

      @Justin
      That’s what I did – opened a PNC virtual wallet performance select with savings account to get the minimum spend requirements for my CSR and it worked.
      But I got a call from PNC asking me why did I open a savings account since virtual wallet performance select is/are actually three accounts with savings account built in.

  47. TU HO says:

    Datapoint: I have currently had 3 charge cards and 3 credit cards. I decided to apply 2 SPG cards (personal and business) and Gold card today. All have been approved instantly.

  48. L3XANDR0 says:

    I think the Chase Freedom and Chase Freedom unlimited should be listed here. Just got approved for a Chase Freedom Unlimited. Currently you can get 10% back on travel booked through Chase rewards portal using either the Freedom or Freedom Unlimited on purchases up to $2500. Additionally, since March 12, 2017, the Chase Freedom Unlimited offers a sign-up bonus of $300, or 30K points, after spending $500 in 3 months. No interest for 15 months. If you have a CSR, the bonus can be worth up to $450. Oh, and 1.5 points per dollar on all purchases for the unlimited. I think this may be an in-branch offer only.

  49. Amanda says:

    I was trying to apply for the 50K Prestige offer but no matter how many different incognito browsers I tried (In Chrome & Safari), it only showed 40K for 4k spend.

    Sooo I tried to look through some low- spend offers for AmEx incognito (I’ve already gotten SPG so was looking for something different) and just got a Premier Rewards Gold Card, 50K points for 2k in spend. Annual fee waived first year. I was approved instantly but unfortunately no instant card number.

  50. Aahz says:

    Haven’t the BCE & BCP bonuses switched from +10% Amazon to +10% Restaurants?

  51. italdesign says:

    I have used IHG pts almost exclusively for Point Breaks, 10-15 nights a year. Definitely possible.

  52. Jonathan Hoffman says:

    I don’t believe one is able to access the Amex EveryDay 25k offer in incognito anymore. The best I am able to pull up is 15k for 1k spend (which is better than the 10k offer but still not that great).

  53. Jamie says:

    I received an offer for the Citi Thank You Premier Card, 50,000 points after $3,000 spend, $95 fee waived first year. Seems good enough to make your list.

  54. Elie says:

    William, I’m a high spender I would greatly appreciate if you can make a list for people in my situation, thanks very

  55. Jian Kang says:

    Hi all perhaps a silly question but at least should be easy to answer 😉

    For those Wells Fargo & US Bank issued American Express cards, do they contribute to the Amex 4 credit card max limit? I assume the Amex limit only applies to Amex issued card, just want to be 100% sure and not waste an additional hard pull.

    Cheers!

  56. Robert D. says:

    William, for your consideration –

    1-2-3 Rewards® Visa Card for shoppers at Kroger family of stores (King Soopers & other grocery stores). $75 statement credit after first purchase AND

    An additional 25¢ off per gallon for ONE YEAR each time you redeem 100 fuel points at participating Kroger Family of Companies Fuel Centers

    ..when you apply through this link: 123rewardscard.com/63294 by April 30, 2017

    Fairly attractive offer for those with access to a Kroger fuel center.

    Thanks for all the good credit card & bank account bonus tips!

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