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Ways 2 Save: Top 4 reward credit cards

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TAMPA, FL -- It's a common misconception that you need to pay through your teeth to enjoy travel rewards from a credit card and I'm hearing from many Ways 2 Save viewers who need help narrowing down the best offers.

Today, I'm going to weigh in on my top picks and also remind you that now is the ideal time to sign up for a travel rewards credit card (if you're in the market for one).

Why?

Think about how much spending you do between now and the holidays. You could be getting major rewards to enjoy free travel at a time when you really need it.

As always, I'll be sending out daily deals after the morning show via Twitter. CLICK HERE

Happy savings and bon voyage!

Top 4 free travel reward credit cards

1) Chase Sapphire Card

Why? No annual fee. Great rewards for travel, merchandise, or cash back. Bonus: Earn $100 toward travel after you spend $500 in the first 3 months.

CLICK HERE to learn about all the perks.

 

2) Capital One Orbitz Visa Platinum

Why? No annual fee. Earn triple rewards on eligible travel purchases. Ideal for people who use Orbitz.com. Points don't expire.

CLICK HERE to learn about all the perks. 

 

3) Citi Hilton HHonors Visa Signature

Why? No annual fee. Quickly earn points for travel on everyday purchases. Current 40,000 point bonus offering.

CLICK HERE to learn about all the perks. 

 

4) Capital One Venture One Rewards Credit Card

Why? No Annual fee. Earn points for airlines tickets, hotel rooms and car rentals. Not as flexible as Chase Sapphire offering and $100 travel bonus requires higher spending.

CLICK HERE to learn about all the perks.  

 

Bonus: Top paid hotel reward credit card
The Hyatt Card from Chase

Why? Despite the $75 annual fee, you start with two free nights for use at hundreds of Hyatt Hotel, you receive a free anniversary reward night every year, automatic platinum status in Hyatt's frequent traveler program and there are no transaction fees on this credit card.

CLICK HERE to check this out.

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