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We know, given the pandemic, that your travel plans are probably on hold. But that doesn’t mean your planning and dreaming should stop. And there are cards out there that can help you save for the day (hey, it’s not that far off!) that you can set out on adventures again. When the all-clear finally comes, you’ll be richly rewarded with free flights, upgrades and more. Here’s our favorite, which now includes a special offer for food deliveries while you stay at home.
Chase Sapphire Preferred
Why we like it: This card rakes in a whopping 60,000 points as a welcome bonus after spending $4,000 within the first three months of opening the account. This is really a great deal, especially if you spend this amount on regular expenses like groceries, home and garden supplies, gas and clothes — and, importantly, pay off the balance each month.
- Earn 2 points for each dollar spent on travel and restaurants, and 1 point per dollar on all other purchases with this card.
- With a subscription to DoorDash — super handy while staying inside — pay no delivery fee for unlimited deliveries, and reduced service fees on orders over $12.
- Points transfer 1-to-1 to leading hotel and airline loyalty programs.
- No foreign transaction fees.
Note: Annual fee of $95
Are you dreaming of travel — eventually? Whatever you have in mind — whether it’s hitting a dusty road across the West, sipping mimosas poolside, going on a cruise or touring the south of France, we want you to get the most from your credit card. As part of your planning, take a look at your plastic, and see if it measures up.
Whatever you need in a credit card — whether it’s reward points, cash back or a low interest rate — you can find it with our credit card search tool. Click here to search for the plastic that best fits your needs.
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