I just received my rose gold American Express travel credit card. I'm excited for the 50,000 point sign up bonus after I spend $2,000 in two months. I wanted to get this card because I hope to travel and I like to eat out. And it's quite easy to hit that target spending amount considering how unreasonably high my rent is. Why not pay for a roof over my head while simultaneously earning points towards a future vacation? Another important question is how does this compare with my Chase Reserve…
My American Express Gold card is due for another renewal soon. Should I keep the $250 annual fee card for another year or is it better to cancel? Read on to find out! [referral link] - (open in incognito, make sure to compare offers before applying) Overview & Current Offer Here are a few highlights of the Gold Card: * 4x Dining (Worldwide) and 4x Supermarkets (U.S.) * 3x Flights (directly booked with airlines or on Amex Travel) * $120 Dining Credit * $100 Airline Incidentals Credit *
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With 8% back every time I eat out, this is my new favorite credit card. Not only am I saving on dining out, but I'm earning points for free travel. Click through to see more on why the Amex Gold Card is my new favorite card. || Life,Tailored #creditcards #creditcardpoints #amex #lifetailored