Three Credit Card Research Resources to Consider
Finding your next credit card does not have to be complicated. Whether you are looking for a cashback credit card or a travel credit card, there are resources that you can use to help simplify the process. The following are three credit card research resources to consider:
The subreddit for credit cards is a great place to navigate if you are looking for insights on credit cards from real people that have used them. You can use the search bar to search for credit cards you are interested in. I generally enjoy going through the subreddit a few times a month to learn the latest opinions people have on credit cards I am interested in getting in the future. The subreddit has over 934,000 members, so it is pretty active.
The side-by-side credit card comparison tool by NerdWallet helps compare credit cards with each other with information such as what they are great for, annual fees, bonus offers, reward rates, APR, pros, and cons. It is a very simple tool to use and can help significantly speed up your credit card research.
Bankrate’s best credit cards section is great for an overview of what their reviewers have selected as the top credit cards in their categories. The categories include online grocery purchases, rotating categories, 2% cashback, sign-up bonus, flexible redemption options, flat-rate travel rewards, and no-frill benefits.
Now that you know three credit card research resources to consider, go give them a try! As I stated earlier, finding your next credit card does not have to be complicated. Let me know what you think in the comments.