Last year, it was Capital One Venture and Chase Sapphire Preferred that would prove continually beneficial for travelers, especially those traveling to international destinations. This year, the two remain the best options among other credit cards currently available in the market. The top five credit cards beneficial for travelers have great sign up bonuses that guarantee better miles and even returns.
City Prestige Card. This credit card, which adversely ranks 10th on The Points Guy's list, offers a yearly $250 air travel credit for approved users and guarantees a fourth night free in any hotel if travelers book through the Citi Prestige Concierge. While it limits its options, the Citi Prestige credit card is still worth considering especially for its points system.
American Express Starwood Preferred Guest Card. Nerdwallet considerd the American Express Starwood Preferred Guest card as the last in its list of the best travel credit cards for 2017. The finance tips website lists the card as "best used for hotels" and any traveler, especially business types, agree that hotel reservations, bookings and discounts go a great long way. The deal of earning 25,000 bonus Starpoints, which could be converted into hotel stays, by purchasing a $3,000 worth of purchases in three months is easy for any traveler, truthfully.
American Express Platinum Card. This credit card gives travelers quite an entrance with a 60,000 membership rewards points upon spending $5,000 in just three months. The card is also updated with the latest available services including $200 in annual Uber credits, making things lighter with the TSA with its Global Entry or TSA PreCheck application rebate and more.
Capital One Venture Rewards Card. Travelers using this card can earn two miles per dollar while using it. Spend more and you earn more perks to use for your travel. The points redeemable include all types of hotels you prefer and it has an extremely low annual credit card fee, making it a notch above Platinum card.
Chase Sapphire Preferred Card. The Chase Sapphire Preferred Card does not need travelers to tie up to any specific airline or hotel brand. The card's rewards points can be spent in many places. Booking through the Chase Ultimate Rewards gives the points 25 percent more value. Signing up and spending $4,000 during their first month purchases grant travelers a 50,000-mile bonus for travel, making this the top choice for any discerning traveler.