Details of my favorite best credit card signup bonus offers for miles and points July 2017. Which is the one for you?

Details of my favorite best credit card signup bonus promotional offers for miles and points July 2017. Which is the one for you?

1. For flexibility: You have to love the wildly popular (and for good reason) new credit card by Chase: their Sapphire Reserve Infinite Visa Card. Where else can you get 50,000 in points (good for up to $750 towards travel when you redeem through Chase Ultimate Rewards.) You also get elite access – with Priority Pass Select Membership- to 900+ airport lounges worldwide, worth a few hundred dollars. Yes, the annual fee is $450, but it is easily and almost completely offset by the travel credit of $300 and the additional credit of $100 towards your global entry fee if you pay with the card. Yes, the minimum spending requirement is $4,000 in the first 90 days, but spending for this year’s summer vacation can earn you next year’s! Free trips feel good! Here’s the link.

See even more credit card information below:

BEST CREDIT CARDS by AIRLINE

American Airlines: Aadvantage Mastercard by Citibank , 60,000 bonus miles if you spend $3,000 within the first 90 days after account opening. No annual fee the first year. Additional benefit: first checked bag for free  on domestic flight. The link …

Here’s a card with a nice low minimum spend: Gold Delta Skymiles American Express 30,000 miles if you spend only $1,000 within the first 90 days after account opening, a $50 statement credit towards a flight on Delta purchase with the card within 3 months of card opening and no annual fee the first year. Priority boarding plus first checked bag free are some of the other perks. Click right here for more information or to apply.

JetBlue Mastercard by Barclays Bank 30,000 bonus miles for a minimum spend of $1,000 within the first 90 days after account opening. $95 annual fee (totally worth it- JetBlue offers free flights to many cool destinations in the US and in the Caribbean for less than 30,000 True Blue points). Learn more about this card by clicking right here.

Southwest Get 60,000 bonus points after spending $2,000 on purchases within the first 3 months after account is open, available to you if you don’t have this card already, and haven’t received a new card member bonus for it in the past 24 months. $99 annual fee. Here’s the link: https://creditcards.chase.com/a1/southwest/60kPlusNonAEP?CELL=6RHZhttps://creditcards.chase.com/a1/southwest/60kPlusNonAEP?CELL=6RHZ

United Airlines Chase Mileage Explorer Signature Visa. Bonus 30,000 miles, $1,000 minimum spend within 90 days, free first checked bag on domestic flight, no annual fee the first year. You can also receive an additional 5,000 bonus miles after you add your first authorized user and make a first purchase in the first 90 days from the account’s opening.  Note: if you’ve had this card in the past 24 months you are not eligible for the bonus miles. Link here for your bonus now.

BEST CREDIT CARDS by HOTELS

Hilton If you want to learn more about how many points you need for one free night at a particular Hilton property worldwide, and/or join for free, click here. I include below examples of different, current credit card opportunities with Hilton (offered by Visa or American Express). You can find more info below, or at this link: Hilton credit card options 

(Hilton) 1- Get  2 Free Weekend nights if you spend $2,500 in first 4 months after account opening.  $95 annual fee. Click on Citi Hiltonhonors Reserve Signature Visa card. 

(Hilton) 2- Get 100,000 points on Hiltonhhonors points after spending $3,000 in the first 3 months after account opening, but not if you’ve had this card before. $75 annual fee. Click here

(Hilton) 3- Earn 75,000 bonus points after spending $1,000 in purchases in card within first 3 months. Complimentary Silver Status. No annual fee. Yup, another Travel Cutie favorite nowadays. Jump on it here and now! It includes a generous bonus, low minimum spend, no annual fee. Offer ends November 30, 2016.

Hyatt THIS GREAT DEAL IS GOING TO END VERY SOON!  June 29 IS THE LAST DAY.  After that the bonus will only be 40,000 points- giving you much less flexibility, so Get the bonus of 2 Free weekend nights at Hyatt worldwide for spending $2,000 on approved card within first 3 months of account opening.  $75 annual fee. Click here.

IHG– InterContinental Hotel Group’s brands also include Candlewood Suites, Crowne Plaza Business Hotels, Even Wellness Hotels, Holiday Inn Hotels, Holiday Inn Express,  Hotel IndigoIntercontinental Hotels and Staybridge SuitesYou can earn 60,000 bonus points after spending only $1,000 on purchases within the first 3 months of account opening, bonus available to you if you don’t have the card already and haven’t received a new card member bonus for this card in the past 24 months. Click here for 60,000 bonus points IHG credit card.

Marriott Rewards Signature Visa by Chase Earn 80,000 bonus points if you spend $3,000 in the first 90 days after account opening, $85 annual fee. Click on this link

Starwood Preferred Guest Brands include Aloft, Four Points, Le Meridien, Sheraton, W, Westin. Earn 2 free nights worldwide for spending of $3,000 in the first 3 months. No annual fee. Here is the SPG AX link.

Wyndham Rewards Signature Visa by Barclays Hotel brands included, among others, Wyndham, Ramada, Hawthorn Suites.  Two options available at the same link: bonus points for one free night, or for two, either with no annual fee or a $69 annual fee, and upon first purchase with new card, or after completing minimum $1,000 spend in first 3 months. Click here for details.

BEST CREDIT CARDS by FLEXIBLE REWARDS or REIMBURSEMENT (under construction, more details coming soon)

BankAmericard Travel Rewards credit card

Barclays Arrival Plus World MasterCard     https://home.barclaycardus.com/cards/barclaycard-arrival-plus-world-elite-mastercard.html

Capital One Spark Miles credit card

Chase Sapphire Reserve Infinite Visa credit card

US Bank Travel Rewards Visa Signature credit card

Cheryl T., Travel Cutie, at your service…

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(And no need for a disclaimer; no monies or commissions are being earned. Commentary here is my assessment of the facts, and/or personal opinion based on extensive experience in the world of travel and that of credit cards.)

 

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