CreditCardsCo Blog Topic - ' New Credit Cards'
TransUnion reported today that the average credit card debt fell to $4,878 in the first quarter of 2013. This is great news and ideally will reveal a more confident consumer heading into the summer months.
Thinking it’s time to shop for a better credit card? Here are some of the best credit cards, including a few co-branded offers and rewards credit cards, available today.
How does the Barclays Bank Virgin America Visa Signature credit card measure up and is it worth consideration?
Serve by American Express is on the scene; does it have what it takes to become a formidable player in the prepaid debit card industry?
The Discover “It” card was unveiled just today – and “It” offers benefits we’ve never seen in a credit card offer, including no late fee for your first late payment, if you ever need it.
U.S. Bank has several credit card offers that its competition can’t touch, including unique rewards programs and even a co-branded Harley Davidson credit card.
The buzz is all about the Wallaby card and how it can help consumers make the most of their credit cards.
Does an American Express prepaid credit card raise the bar in this sector? Card holders have perks no other prepaid product offers.
While it’s now illegal for credit card companies to target college students on campus, there is a work around in the form of prepaid cards. American Express introduces its own “work around” for marketing to college students.
LSU is nursing its wounds, but the Capital One credit card is one way to show your collegiate football pride.
Several new credit card offers have recently been announced, including Capital One’s Spark. This business credit card is loaded with perks and benefits, including one that has no annual fee.
Visa has plans to ensure new EMV technology is incorporated in the United States. The chip migration and EMV technology is safer for both consumers and merchants.