Answered by The Penny Pincher
Wow, this is a hard question because it really depends on your individual circumstances. Questions you need to ask are:
• Do you travel frequently?
• Do you pay your bills in full or carry a balance?
• Do you spend more than $25,000 a year on a credit card?
• Do you need special coverage’s such as rental insurance?
• How will you use any reward points, for travel, cash back?
• Is your credit score sufficient to get the best rate?
After considering these questions I would recommend getting a card with your travel providers, existing bank, credit union, or other affiliations that meet your needs.
You can research cards at www.bankrate.com.