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Summer vacations are approaching, and it’s a great time to consider a new rewards credit card that can earn you points, miles, or cash back to use toward travel. There are dozens of impressive offers currently available — including increased bonuses and even brand-new cards from major card issuers. Many are record-high welcome bonuses of 100,000 points or more — but they won’t be around forever.
Last week, the Aeroplan® Credit Card unveiled a new welcome offer: Aeroplan® Credit Card — worth up to Aeroplan® Credit Card, based on Insider’s valuation of Aeroplan points at 1.5 cents apiece.
Marriott enthusiasts have another reason to consider opening a co-branded credit card. The Marriott Bonvoy Brilliant™ American Express® Card is offering a lucrative new bonus of Marriott Bonvoy Brilliant™ American Express® Card. The free night certificate is valid at Marriott Bonvoy properties that cost up to 85,000 points — making this bonus worth up to 185,000 points.
The return of a massive offer on the much-loved Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card is timed perfectly for those who are looking to book new travel later this year. For a limited time, you can earn Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card. That’s worth $800 in cash back, $1,000 in travel booked through Chase, or Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card or more when you transfer points to Chase’s airline and hotel partners for award travel.
Don’t forget about the excellent offer on The Platinum Card® from American Express to earn The Platinum Card® from American Express. Amex has added numerous new benefits that can more than offset the annual fee — including statement credits for Walmart+ membership** and SoulCycle at-home bike purchases. Most recently, the Amex Platinum added Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ to its roster of streaming services eligible for its digital subscription credit.
Source:: Business Insider