Citi has a business credit card called the CitiBusiness ThankYou Card that has been around for a while but rarely gets mentioned. One of the reasons is that it is only available in branch, and the bonus varies between 20K and 40K.
Capital One has released a new credit card, called the Savor Card, with no annual fee that will earn you 3% back on dining and a small signup bonus. It also earn 2% cashback on groceries and 1% back on all other purchases.
HSBC has released a new credit card called “Premier World Elite Mastercard” that aims to compete in the premium credit market, one that has been crowded with plenty of new choices recently. The card doesn’t bring any innovative features to the table and it is also limited to HSBC Premier Banking relationship clients.
Discover sometimes offers targeted spending bonuses for some cardholders and they’re back again. The catch is that you need to ask for these offers nowadays, as it’s not possible to check online anymore.
Capital One has increased the sinup bonus for its Venture Card to 50,000 miles. The bonus is worth $500 for travel purchases and the card also earns 2 miles for every dollar you spend on purchases.
Citi has an AAdvantage Gold Card. This card comes with a $50 annual fee and is inferior in befits and earning potential when compared to other AA cards from Citi, but it occasionally has targeted increased signup bonuses that make it worthwhile.
Stash Hotel Rewards has a Visa Card issued by Synchrony Bank. The card usually has a 10K bonus but it has been increased to 50K now after spending $3K. The card has an annual fee of $85 is waived the first year.