12 Best Credit Card Offers (2017) – Expert Reviews

By: Lauren Keys • May 17, 2017

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I still have my first credit card, despite it not currently residing in my wallet. While I began my credit card journey with a mere $300 limit, over the years my little Capital One card has undergone several credit limit increases and upgrades to better iterations. But I don’t use it. Instead, I prefer to sign up for whatever the top rated credit cards are at that time and reap their benefits.

There are so many credit card offers that tear me from my typical brand loyalty — between large cash-back percentages, signing bonuses, and other rewards, it hardly makes sense to limit yourself to a single issuer, brand, or type of credit card.

Here we’ve rounded up the 12 best credit card offers currently available and organized them into specific categories to help you find the next piece of plastic to reside in your wallet. Use the navigation below to skip ahead to the credit card offer that best suits your needs.

Editorial Note: Opinions expressed here are the author's alone, not those of any bank, credit card issuer, airline or hotel chain, and have not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by any of these entities.

About the Author

Lauren Keys

Lauren Keys has over nine years of writing experience with publications such as The New York Times, Gainesville Magazine, and numerous other media outlets. She seeks to inform others of ways to make the most of their budgets and currently serves as editor-in-chief at DealCrunch.com, an online publication that shares retail industry, shopping, and savings news. Lauren enjoys writing about personal finance hacks and savings tips outside of her retail writing on DealCrunch.