|By Marketwired .||
|August 1, 2014 06:29 PM EDT||
SEATTLE, WA -- (Marketwired) -- 08/01/14 -- Today, MyRatePlan.com, a leading credit website that helps consumers educate themselves on credit and compare credit cards, announced their ranking of the highest rated credit cards. These are credit cards that consumers consistently praise for being easy to use, having exceptional customer service, and having great perks, like travel points, cash back, and more.
MyRatePlan experts focused on rewards programs, introductory offers, annual fees, customer reviews, and expert opinions in determining the highest rated credit cards. According to expert findings, here are the highest rated credit cards on the market:
The Discover it chrome card is definitely one of the best credit cards to use this summer. There's 2% cash back on gas and restaurants -- and that's just the beginning. Cardholders are also rewarded with 1% cash back on all other purchases. There are no annual, overlimit, or transaction fees. Users also receive free FICO scores on all monthly statements. Also included is a 0% intro APR on purchases and balance transfers for a period of 14 months, and card members can access Discover's 100% U.S.-based customer service assistance at all times.
This card is especially excellent for use on travel purchases throughout the summer. The Barclaycard Arrival World MasterCard allows users to earn twice the number of miles on travel and dining and 1x miles on all other purchases. They can even earn up to 20,000 bonus miles by spending $1000 or more on purchases made in the first 90 days since opening the account. There is no expiration of miles as long as the account is open, active, and in good standing. Another reward for cardholders is receiving 10% miles back when redeeming for travel statement credits. Complimentary online FICO scores are available for active card members, and there are no foreign transaction fees.
This card provides miles of possibilities. Exclusive benefits of the US Airways Premier World MasterCard include earning 40,000 bonus miles after card members make their first purchase and payment of the $89 annual fee. There's also the opportunity to earn miles on every purchase and 2 miles for every dollar spent on US Airways purchases. A great benefit for travelers, cardholders' first checked bags are free, along with those of up to four companions on domestic U.S. Airways flights. Priority boarding is offered to card members on U.S. Airways operated flights. Members also get one companion certificate for up to two guests to travel with on U.S. Airways operated flights at $99 each, plus fees and taxes. Additional benefits with traveling and shopping include concierge service, extended warranty protection, MasterCard Travel Services, $0 fraud liability, baggage delay, trip cancellation or interruption, and auto rental collision damage waiver.
For more information regarding credit cards, access MyRatePlan's credit card comparison tool: http://www.myrateplan.com/creditcards.
MyRatePlan.com is a leading comparison site that allows users to compare credit cards, mobile phones, cell phone plans, and more. MyRatePlan was founded in 1999 to help users find the best recommendations for them based on innovative and proprietary tools and customer input.
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