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2016 TD Bank Credit Card Review – CardHub Editors

TD Bank Credit Card Review

Rating: 513.63.6 / 5

The Verdict: TD Bank, the country’s 15th largest credit card company by outstanding balances, offers a handful of different credit cards. But this review will focus on the flagship card bearing TD Bank’s name: the TD Bank Cash Visa.

2016 AAA Credit Card Review – CardHub Editors

AAA Credit Card Review

Rating: 5144 / 5

The Verdict: The AAA Member Rewards Visa Credit Card is a solid option for AAA members with good or excellent credit who always pay their monthly bills in full and would like to earn rewards on everyday expenses. Although its terms won’t necessarily wow you, there is a lot to like on the rewards front, particularly if you spend a lot on travel, gas, groceries and AAA services. And what AAA member doesn’t?

2016 Total Visa Credit Card Review – CardHub Editors

Total Visa Credit Card Review

Rating: 5111 / 5

The Verdict: The Total Visa Credit Card is the exact opposite of the complete package, charging you an arm and a leg for a very modest unsecured credit line.

2016 Merrick Bank Credit Card Review – CardHub Editors

Merrick Bank Credit Card Review

Rating: 512.82.8 / 5

The Verdict: Merrick Bank, for those of you who aren’t familiar with the institution, is an online lender headquartered in Utah that specializes in credit cards and boat/RV financing. That’s interesting enough, but the Merrick Bank Secured Visa Credit Card doesn’t offer much to hold your attention. Don’t get us wrong; it’s not a bad card. It’s just a no-frills, moderately priced option with competitors that are both cheaper and more exciting.

2016 Alaska Airlines Credit Card Review – CardHub

Alaska Airlines Credit Card Review

Rating: 5133 / 5

The Verdict: The Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan Visa Credit Card is a solid option for someone with good credit who regularly flies with Alaska Air and its network of 17 partner airlines, both domestic and international. And it’s best suited to be a complementary card, used only for Alaska Airlines expenses to supplement an everyday card with more well-rounded rewards.

2016 Open Sky Secured Credit Card Review – CardHub

Open Sky Credit Card Review

Rating: 5144 / 5

The Verdict: We gave the Open Sky Secured Visa Credit Card an above-average rating not because of its fee structure or other account terms, which aren’t particularly impressive, but rather because it’s characterized by a very unique feature: no credit check. That means you can get it and thus begin the credit-improvement process no matter what storm clouds may be hanging over your finances. And in that sense, the Open Sky Credit Card truly lives up to its name. In return for a chance at finding clearer financial skies, you’ll have to pay a $35 annual fee and place a security deposit of at least $200 — both reasonable but not exceptional price points.

2016 AARP Credit Card Review – CardHub Editors

AARP Credit Card Review

Rating: 514.64.6 / 5

The Verdict: You might know that AARP stands for the American Association of Retired Persons, but you probably don’t realize the AARP Rewards Visa Credit Card stands to help qualified applicants of any age save money on everyday expenses. More specifically, the AARP Rewards Visa is available to anyone with good credit or better, regardless of AARP membership (which costs $16 per year). And it offers 3% back at gas stations and restaurants plus a 1% base earning rate to supplement the $100+ initial bonus that you’ll receive for spending at least $500 within three months of account opening. That’s a pretty good deal, especially when you consider that the total package would net the average person roughly $1,100 over the first two years of use.

2016 Chase Freedom Unlimited Review – CardHub Editors

Chase Freedom Unlimited Review

Rating: 514.54.5 / 5

The Verdict: A name like Chase Freedom Unlimited puts a lot of pressure on a credit card, hinting at boundless spending power and invaluable perks while building high expectations that are hard to live up to. But the only limitless aspect of the Chase Freedom Unlimited Visa Credit Card is your ability to earn 1.5% cash back on all purchases. There’s no cap on how much you can earn, and those earnings won’t expire until account closing.

2016 Ritz-Carlton Credit Card Review – CardHub Editors

Ritz Carlton Credit Card Review

Rating: 513.63.6 / 5

The Verdict: A $395 annual fee is probably enough to scare most people off, but then again, the Ritz-Carlton crowd isn’t most people. So if you’re looking for a way to save on swanky hotel stays and can see past the Ritz-Carlton Credit Card’s hefty dues, you’ll find a number of positive attributes that enable the card to pay for itself when in the right hands.

2016 Disney Credit Card Review – CardHub Editors

Disney Credit Card Review

Rating: 513.23.2 / 5

The Verdict: Whether you’re in it for the love of Mickey, Nemo and the rest of the crew or just fond of bills with images of dead presidents doesn’t really matter. They aren’t mutually exclusive as far as the Disney Premier Visa and Disney Rewards Visa credit cards are concerned.

2016 TJ Maxx Credit Card Review – CardHub Editors

TJ Maxx Credit Card Review

Rating: 514.54.5 / 5

The Verdict: If you like taking things to the Maxx, including your shopping list, you’re going to love the TJX Rewards Credit Card — thanks to the 10% online discount that you’ll receive on the day of account opening and the 5 points that you’ll earn for each $1 spent at T.J.Maxx, Marshalls, HomeGoods, Sierra Trading Post and tjmaxx.com. Plus, there’s no annual fee.

2016 PlayStation Credit Card Review – CardHub Editors

Playstation Credit Card Review
Rating: 514.74.7 / 5

The Verdict: The Sony PlayStation Visa Credit Card from Capital One won’t really help you save on everyday expenses like gas and groceries, which makes it ill-suited to be your primary spending vehicle. But it can save you a bundle on gaming and entertainment expenses, in addition to perhaps helping you avoid undue aggravation if you have a teenager in the house.

2016 Discover it Student Card Review – CardHub Editors

Discover-it Student Card Review

Rating: 514.74.7 / 5

The Verdict: As a student (or perhaps a concerned parent) looking for a credit card, your top priority should be to find a no-annual-fee offer for which you have a high likelihood of approval. Beyond that, some rewards for using the card or 0% financing would be nice.

2016 Cabela’s Credit Card Review – CardHub Editors

Cabelas Credit Card Review

Rating: 512.32.3 / 5

The Verdict: Cabela’s may help outfit you for outdoor excursions, but the Cabela’s Club Visa Credit Card won’t do anything extraordinary to help you save. You’ll receive a $25 discount the day of account opening, plus the ability to earn another $10 by making five non-Cabela’s purchases within 30 days of account opening. Beyond that, you’ll earn the points equivalent of 1% cash back — just slightly below the average earning rate for a rewards card — on all purchases except those at Cabela’s and Cenex convenience stores, which earn 2%.

2016 Priceline Credit Card Review – CardHub Editors

Priceline Credit Card Review

Rating: 5133 / 5

The Verdict: At the end of the day, there are effectively three prerequisites for getting the Priceline.com Rewards Visa Credit Card. You must:

2016 American Express Green Card Review – CardHub

American Express Green Card Review

Rating: 513.33.3 / 5

The Verdict: The American Express Green Card might at first appear luxurious given Amex’s overall cachet, its uniqueness as a charge card and perhaps even the simplicity of its name. But Amex Green won’t give you anything special relative to many other charge cards and normal credit cards for which you can expect to be approved if you have the excellent credit needed to get a Green Card. In fact, Amex Green has the potential to limit you in a few important respects.

2016 USAA Secured Credit Card Review – CardHub Editors

USAA Secured Credit Card Review

Rating: 512.82.8 / 5

The Verdict: USAA offers a pair of secured credit cards — an Amex and a Visa — that cater the exact same middle-of-the-road terms to the military families who are eligible for membership. That’s right; you need a military affiliation to get either offer. And, unfortunately, that doesn’t get you much.

2016 Banana Republic Credit Card Review – CardHub

Banana Republic Credit Card Review

Rating: 514.74.7 / 5

The Verdict: If you love Old Navy, Gap and Athleta but have a special affinity for Banana Republic, then either the Banana Republic Visa Credit Card or the Banana Republic Store Credit Card is for you, depending on your credit standing. The Visa is for people with good credit or better, whereas the store-only card accepts those with limited/fair credit. And both enable you to shop at their namesake, Banana Republic, in addition to the trio of aforementioned retailers. Both also offer terms identical to Old Navy’s and Gap’s own cobranded credit cards, which can in turn be used at Banana Republic.

2016 Apple Barclaycard Review – CardHub Editors

Apple Barclaycard Review

Rating: 5133 / 5

The Verdict: The Apple logo is a strong signal of quality for many consumers and provides sufficient reason for some to buy anything. But should such logic apply to your choice of credit card?

2016 Bank of America Cash Rewards Credit Card Review

Bank of America Cash Rewards Review

Rating: 5144 / 5

The Verdict: The BankAmericard Cash Rewards Credit Card is an attractive everyday spending vehicle for people with excellent credit. Things begin on a positive note, with no annual fee to worry about and the ability to earn a $100 initial bonus for spending just $500 in the first 90 days after account opening. Plus, you’ll have access to 0% financing on new purchases and balance transfers for the first 12 months.

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