Best Current Credit Card Sign Up Bonuses & Offers For June, 2022

A list of the best current credit card sign up bonuses & offers for June, 2022. We update this page on a daily basis with any new deals and include all bonuses (we don’t use any credit card affiliate links so we can remain unbiased unlike other sites).

Given how popular our best bank account bonus page is, I thought I’d try my hand at something similar for credit card bonuses. This page will be updated regularly, so feel free to bookmark it and share it on social media/forums (I’ll also add it to the header under credit cards to make it easily accessible). Keep in mind we do not use credit card affiliate links, so this is an unbiased list.

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 on the individual review pages.
  • 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.

Contents

Personal Cards

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

Chase Sapphire Reserve 70,000 Points

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Online offer available with Chase login. Requires $4,000 spend and has $550 annual fee which is not waived. A lot of people might prefer doing the Sapphire Preferred bonus and then upgrading.

American Express Gold 100,000 Points

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Previously the best deal was 90k points + $250 restaurant credit. This is a better bonus for those that couldn’t meet the spend requirement at restaurants.

Citi Premier 80,000 Points

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80,000 Citi ThankYou points with $4,000 spend. Comes with $95 annual fee. Highest offer ever. Points can be cashed out for straight $800 if desired.

Chase Marriott Bonvoy Boundless FIVE Free Night Certificates

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Nights can be used at properties costing up to 50,000 points per night and you can also top them off with points now.

U.S. Bank Altitude Reserve 50,000 Points

Read our full review

Applications were removed for a bit, but they are back now. 50,000 points are worth up to $750 in travel. There is a $400 annual fee but you also get $325 in credits.

American Express Green 50,000 Points + 20% On Restaurants ($150 Max)

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This is an excellent bonus, especially if you can max out the Restaurant part.

Citi / AAdvantage Platinum Select 75,000 Miles

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Requires $3,500 in spend, you used to be able to get an offer with statement credit and then match to a higher miles offer but that is no longer available.

Chase Southwest 75,000 Points

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This offer is available on all three personal Southwest cards. Requires $5,000 in spend. All Southwest cards come with a non-waived annual fee.

Capital One Venture 75,000 Points

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Nice 75,000 points bonus with reasonable $4,000 spend requirement. Worth $750 to offset travel or toward gift cards. There is a non-waived $95 annual fee.

Bank of America Premium Rewards 50,000 Points + $100 Travel Credit

Link to our review of this card

Card comes with a 50,000 point sign up bonus worth $500 towards statement credit. In addition you get a $100 travel credit each calendar year, downside is that this can only be used on domestic originated flights (not sure how or if this is actually enforced yet) and a $95 annual fee.

Lafayette Federal Credit Union Mastercard – $600 or $650 In Flights – MD, D.C., VA

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50,000 points after $5,000 in spend. Worth $600 in gift cards or $650 in flights

Chase United Explorer 70,000 Miles

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Annual fee is also waived first year.

Chase United Club Infinite 120,000 Miles Bonus

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Best offer ever, requires $6,000 spend. The card does have a steep Comes with a steep $525 annual fee.

PenFed Pathfinder Rewards – 50,000 Points + $50

Read our review of the offer

Card also comes with a $100 airline credit, honors members don’t have to pay any annual fee making the card worth keeping long term.

Fremont Bank Personal World Mastercard $500 Bonus

Read our review of this offer

Only requires $5,000 in spend as well which is nice.

Bank of America Air France/KLM FlyingBlue 70,000 Miles + $100 Statement Credit + 100 XP

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The public offer is 70,000 miles and 100 XP (includes 40 XP signup bonus). You can do a dummy booking and get an additional $100 statement credit to show on top of those.

American Express Hilton Surpass – 130,000 Points + Free Night Certificate

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Free night can be used on all days, not only the weekends. Offer is also available on the business card.

Barclays Silver Emirates 50,000 Miles

Read our review

Gold card is 60,000 miles, but that has a huge $499 annual fee whereas the Silver card only has a $99 annual fee. Unfortunately not waived first year.

FNBO Best Western Rewards 80,000 Points

Good deal if you can use the Best Western points, especially international as that is where the better properties are for the most part.

American Express Hilton Honors Card No Annual Fee Card: 100,000 Point + $100 Offer

Read our review

Previous best was 130k points or 75k + $100. This is a good option for people that want a mix of points and cash.

Wescom Credit Union – $500 Bonus – CA only

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Only requires $2,500 in spend.

Bank of America Virgin Atlantic 65,000 Miles

Read our review of this offer

Also comes with a 15,000 mile anniversary bonus. This is the standard increased offer as well.

American Express Cash Magnet – $300 Bonus

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This is the biggest bonus we’ve seen on this card so far.

Cardless Boston Celtic $300 Cash Bonus

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Requires $2,500 in spend. No annual fee.

Citi Sears/SYW $225 Cash Bonus

Requires $1,500 in spend to get the full $225 bonus. No annual fee. Card also has frequent spend offers which are worthwhile.

Star Trek – $300 Cash Bonus – $39 Annual Fee

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Requires $2,000 in spend and the annual fee is not waived the first year.

Capital One VentureOne 40,000 Points

Link to our review of this offer

Get 40,000 miles after spending $1,000. No annual fee. Points can be used to offset travel charges or toward gift cards at 1 cent per point ($400 value).

Capital One Savor $300 Cash Bonus – $95 Annual Fee

Link to our review of this offer

Card comes with a $300 cash bonus. $95 annual fee is no longer waived the first year. At launch the offer was $500, so might not be worth getting right now.

Discover it – $50 + Double Cash Back

Get bonus here | Read our review.

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 (not 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.

Ridgewood Savings Bank $500 Bonus – NY & CT

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Nice big bonus, spend of requirement of $5,000 is required. They also offer business cards now as well (see below)

Paceline Credit Card – Apple Watch Up To $429

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This requires hitting exercise goals and comes in the form of monthly credits but the card also earns 5x on groceries and drugstores.

American Express Delta Gold – 50,000 Miles + $400 Statement Credit

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Has been as high as 70,000 miles + $200 statement credit or 90,000 miles. Some people will prefer the higher $400 statement credit offer.

Barclays Choice Privileges 50,000 Points

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We’ve seen an offer for 64,000 points in the past so might be worth waiting for that bigger bonus to return.

Bank of America Spirit ‘Free Spirit’ – 60,000 Points + $100 Companion Flight Voucher

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Standard bonus is 40,000 points, this is an extra 20,000 points.

American Express Blue Cash Preferred $400

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Requires $3,000 in spend within the first six months and the annual fee is not waived ono this. The prior $350 + annual fee waiver deal was better, but still a nice deal overall.

FNBO FordPass – $100 + $200 Annually

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This card has a $100 sign up bonus, you can also get $200 annually when you spend $6,000 or more.

Cardless New Orleans Pelicans $300

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Also offers 4x on gas and dining.

Discover it Miles $100

Read our review

Offer only available via a referral. The nice thing about this card is cash back earned is double the first year (unfortunately the sign up bonus doesn’t double), meaning this card earns 3% cash back on all purchases during that first year.

Chase Freedom Flex/Chase Freedom Unlimited $200 Bonus + 5% On Gas

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5/24 does apply to this card, I’d recommend getting the higher value Chase bonuses first. Standard bonus on these cards is just $200, so this is certainly better than typical. The $200 bonus needs $500 in spend. The 5% bonus on Gas caps at $6,000 in spend during the first year.

There’s also an alternative bonus option for the Freedom Unlimited card to get a bonus 1.5% back on up to $20,000 in spend everywhere during the first year. That’s 30,000 bonus points if maxed out.

Citi Custom Cash – $200/20,000 Points

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Get $200 or 20,000 ThankYou points with $750 spend. There’s also a branch offer for $300/30,000 points.

Disney Premier $300 Bonus

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Previous best bonus was $250. Keep in mind there is a $49 annual fee and that this would take up a 5/24 slot.

Gesa Credit Union Cash Rewards Card With $300 – WA, ID, OR

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Requires $3,000 in spend and also offers 1.5% cash back on all purchases.

U.S. Bank Cash+ $200 Bonus

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This is the highest bonus on this card, but previously the spend requirement was lower for the same $200 bonus.

Fidelity 2% Card $150 Bonus

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$150 is as good as it comes on this card, there is a $1,500 spend requirement.

Paypal Card $100 Bonus

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Low $500 spend requirement. Could be an interesting card to have for the long term as well.

Barclays Upromise $100 Bonus

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Low $500 spend requirement.

Apple Card $75 Bonus

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Just have to spend $75 to get this $75 cash bonus.

Barclays Frontier 60,000 Points

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Probably best to stick to one of the other Barclays bonuses as getting approved for Barclays cards can be difficult.

Citi AT&T Access – 15,000 ThankYou Points + $100 Statement Credit

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$100 statement credit is in addition to the 15k points you normally get. You do need AT&T service to get that $100 statement credit (or ability to spend $250 within three months with AT&T).

Sallie Mae (Accelerate & Evolve) $200

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Requires $1,000 in spend and bonus can be worth more than $200 if redeemed against a student loan.

SoFi $200

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The SoFi 2% card now comes with a $200 bonus via Credit Karma link. Requires $1,500 spend.

Business Card Bonuses

American Express Business Platinum 150,000 Point Offer

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Doesn’t show up for everybody, but if you keep trying in incognito mode then you should be able to get it to show up eventually.

Chase Ink Preferred 100,000 Points

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The biggest of the Chase Ink bonuses, but does require $15,000 in spend within the first three months.

Chase Ink Cash – $750

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Standard sign up bonus was only $300, then $500, and now it’s up to $750. Keep in mind this card does not count towards your Chase 5/24 total, but the Chase 5/24 rule does apply.

Chase Ink Unlimited 75,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards Points

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Standard bonus on this card was always 50,000, and now it’s bumped to 75,000; never been higher far as I’m aware. Similar to the United card above this does not count towards your 5/24 status but the 5/24 rule does still apply to this card. As long as you already have another Chase UR earning card with an annual fee you can transfer these points to Chase’s travel partners.

Barclays Business Aviator 80,000 Miles + $95

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Nice bonus of 80,000 miles and $95 statement credit, all with a low $2,000 spend requirement. There is a $95 annual fee.

Barclays Business JetBlue 80,000 Miles + $99

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Nice bonus of 80,000 miles and $99 statement credit, all with a low $2,000 spend requirement. There is a $99 annual fee.

Barclays Business Hawaiian 80,000 Miles + $99

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Nice bonus of 80,000 miles and $99 statement credit, all with a low $2,000 spend requirement. There is a $99 annual fee.

Chase World of Hyatt Business Card – 75,000 Points

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Nice bonus, though there is a $7,500 spend requirement. (Also $199 annual fee, somewhat mitigated by the $100 in Hyatt credits.)

American Express Business Gold 85,000 Points

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The 70,000 points requires $10,000 in spend. There’s also a 90,000/100,000 link that works for some.

U.S. Bank Leverage Business Card $750

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Has been as high as $1,000, but haven’t seen that offer in a long time.

American Express Business Delta 70,000 Miles + $200

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This requires a dummy booking to see this offer.

Bank of America Alaska Airlines 40,000 Miles + $200

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Previous best deal was 42,000 miles + $100, this is 2,000 less miles but an extra $100. There is also an offer for 60,000 miles offer that most people will prefer.

Chase Southwest Business Performance 80,000/100,000 Points

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Requires a massive $25,000 in spend for the 100,000 point bonus but the points from that spend and the sign up bonus are enough to get a companion pass. 80,000 point bonus only requires $5,000 in spend so significantly easier for people to reach that requirement.

PNC BusinessOptions $750 Bonus – AL, DC, DE, FL, GA, IL, IN, KY, MD, MI, MO, NC, NJ, NY, OH, PA, SC, VA, WI and WV

Read our review

Nice big bonus, downside is that it requires spending $25,000 or more in the first three billing cycles.

AmaZing Business Credit Card $1,500 Bonus – CA, CO

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Huge bonus but requires a huge spend of $50,000 for the full bonus.

Capital On Tap – $750 Bonus

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Getting approved can be difficult, even for those with a legitimate LLC.

U.S. Bank Triple Cash Rewards $500 Bonus

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No annual fee and card also comes with a $100 software credit as well.

HSBC Fusion Business 50,000 Points

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Requires $10,000 and might be in branch only, but there is an open remotely option currently.

Ridgewood Savings Bank $500 Bonus – NY & CT

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Requires $5,000 in spend, they also have a personal credit card offering the same bonus.

American Express Blue Business Cash $500 Bonus

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Deal requires $15,000 in total spending for the full bonus, but the upside is that this card earns 2% cash back on up to $50,000 annually.

Union Bank CA, OR, WA $500 Bonus

Requires $5,000 in spend.

Huntington Business Voice $150 Bonus + 8% Categories

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This offer is for $150, but you also get 8% in select categories for the first 60 days.

1st Source Bank Smart Business Rewards $200 – IN, MI

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Only a $200 bonus, but only requires $500 in spend.

FNBO Evergreen Business Card $200/$300 Bonus

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Card has a $200 bonus but you might be able to get $300 by checking for pre-qualified offers.

YMMV/Targeted Offers

We’ve decided to create a new section for YMMV or targeted offers. These are all great offers, but they either require being targeted or have some other restriction in place. We haven’t listed offers that are only available in certain states, those will still be listed above

American Express Platinum 100,000 Point Offer

Read our review of this offer | Another way to get this offer

Not everybody is able to get this offer to show, but if you are then it’s a great offer. Just keep in mind it does have a massive $550 annual fee, but for that you get good lounge access, $200 in airline incidentals per calendar year (so you can get it twice and only pay the annual fee once) and $200 in Uber credits per card member year as well. Obviously not for everybody, but if you can maximize those airline incidentals then this is a really great offer. There is also an upgrade offer of 60,000 points without the lifetime language, unfortunately that is targeted.

AmEx EveryDay 25,000 Points + 0% APY For 15 Months With $0 BT Fee

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Standard bonus is 10,000 points. We’ve seen the 25,000 point offer via incognito mode for some time but the 0% APY + $0 BT fee offer is new. Could be using for floating money to put into a high yield savings account.

American Express Hilton Surpass 200,000 Points

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Offer does require $10,000 in total spend within six months.

Various American Express Delta Offers – No Lifetime Language

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It’s currently possible to get up to 75,000 miles and up to $200 in statement credits on the American Express Delta co-branded cards. These offers don’t have the lifetime language present, meaning you’re eligible for the bonus even if you’ve had that specific card before.

American Express Business Gold 35,000 Point Offer – No Lifetime Language

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Relatively weak offer, really only worth considering due to the fact that it has no lifetime language.

Not On List

This section explains why some popular cards/offers aren’t listed.

  • None currently 

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?

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Outlier
Outlier

Blue Cash Preferred: Incognito using your link still has a $400 SUB but AF not waived first year. Not using incognito (logged in or not, and pretty sure I cleared my cache) gave me $300 SUB and the AF *was* waived first year.

Thanks for all you do, William Charles and Chuck!

Igor
Igor

While searching for a reward AA flight I saw that Citi has new offer for AAdvantage credit card : 75,000 AA miles plus travel benefits after $3,500 in purchases within the first 4 months of account opening; $0 intro annual fee for the first year

This offer is also visible at : https://creditcards.aa.com/

I believe this offer should be included as a “best” one

MThomas
MThomas

Not having the 125,000 point, 10x dining for 6 mos offer for Amex Plat from Resy seems like an oversight

Cheese
Cheese

Should we add the 80K Citi Premier offer back onto this list?

Chuck

Done, thanks

Aleks
Aleks

William Charles @Chuck Where are Chase IHG pers and biz cards? The no fee card is up 120,000 points! One of the better offers if one has the Chase 5/24 slot for it.

Aleks
Aleks

Hilton cards are no longer with Free Night certs, but offer $100/$130 hotel credit 1st year, both per and biz.
Please update in your chart.

tassojunior
tassojunior

Marriott Bonvoy Boundless 5 Free 50K nights after 5K spend.
BOA 70K Flying Blue after 2K spend.
Both $98.

Mike
Mike

Why are there two “American Express Blue Cash Preferred” personal card offers?

Chuck

I’ll remove that

PB
PB

Chuck you need to update the title for the new SW 75k offer. Says companion pass in the title but there isn’t anything CP related in the SUB.

Chuck

Fixed, thank you

James
James

Chase United Business is back down to 75k/5k