The Best Travel Credit Cards

According to a study done by American Express, the average family of four spends about $5,000 maximum on vacation. Travelling with credit cards is the best way to pay for traveling because of the deals, rewards, and points that you could earn. This can all be done simply by swiping your credit card or using the chip reader. This article provides a list of the most recent top travel credit cards. Continue reading to figure out which credit card is best for your travel needs!

One thing to keep in mind is to start using your credit card ahead of time so that you can rack up as many rewards as possible to use towards your planned trip. Another thing to keep in mind is that some credit cards offer points and rewards for purchasing travel related items that can then be used towards your travel expenses. To earn specific rewards towards places, other travel related companies offer credit cards with their own rewards system.

Chase Sapphire Preferred Card

This credit card is good for traveling because it offers great long term rewards for traveling and dining. By rewards, it gives people two times the points on travel and dining, and one point per dollar on all of the other things they buy. After opening this card, cardholders can earn 50,000 bonus points after spending $4,000 within the first three months after signing up. For this card, there are no foreign transaction fees and cardholders won’t have to pay the annual fee for the first year. This card also has the chip feature to allow safer transactions.

BankAmericard Travel Rewards Credit Card

This card allows the users to earn 1.5 points per dollar on everyday items. This card would be good to use when buying every day things before going on your vacation. All other purchases that you make that are related to traveling and that you can purchase through Travel Center will earn you 3 points per dollar with no limitations.

Capital One Venture Rewards Credit Card

Card users will get two miles per dollar spent on everyday purchases that they can use with other flight mileage. The good thing about this card is that the miles don’t expire and can be used for other travel related expenses. There are no foreign transaction fees on this card, so if you are planning on traveling abroad somewhere, then this is the card for you.

Starwood Preferred Guest Credit Card from American Express

This is a type of credit card through American Express and it offers no annual fee for the first year only. This card allows you to earn rewards on select hotels. This card has an awesome rewards program that you can use towards anything travel related. If you spend $3,000 in three months you will earn 25,000 bonus points that can be used towards its excellent rewards program.

About the Author: Nick is a guest contributor from Hotel Charlotte, a hotel located in Groveland, California neat Yosemite.

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