My Diner’s card expired, and I’d like to get a great travel rewards credit card instead. What do you recommend?
Answered on Wednesday, May 17th, 2017 by
Amy Miller

A travel rewards credit card is one of the smartest things you can have in your wallet, and there are so many, it’s good you’re shopping around before deciding which one to apply for. Basically, you’ll have two choices: a co-branded card, or a regular, non-co-branded credit card. A co-branded credit card will be issued in conjunction with a particular airline or hotel chain; this is a great option if that happens to be your favorite place to stay, or your preferred airline. You may get priority boarding, free bag check, room upgrades, and other VIP treatment if you have the co-branded card. But if you want the freedom to travel on any airline and stay in any hotel, then you may want to consider a straight travel rewards card that lets you apply rewards as statement credits for travel charges you make on your credit card. This gives you maximum flexibility while still offering great rewards.

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