Travel credit cards are a fast and easy way to save hundreds of dollars traveling, especially if you time large purchases and bonus offers correctly. Here are a list of the travel credit cards that I use for everyday purchases to book countless FREE or discounted trips around the world!

Capital One

Capital one has multiple travel credit cards available, which you should research prior to applying. I use the Capital One Venture and Venture-one credit cards.

The Venture requires good credit, but gives you amazing rewards! I earned more than $600 in my first three months paying for roundtrip flights to Europe this summer. Get this card if you want to earn travel rewards fast, and other perks like TSA precheck!

The Venture One is a great beginner’s card with no annual fee, and often attached with attractive travel offers. This was my first travel credit card and has no foreign transaction fees! Get this card if you want a low maintenance travel card with awesome rewards.


American Express

American Express has multiple travel credit cards that give you access to lounges, flight credits, and hotel perks. I use the Delta SKYMILES Gold.

The American Express Gold Card has an awesome travel referral offer, if you can get around paying the $250 annual fee. This card gives you more than 4x points back on travel and dining with extra annual credits.

The American Express Platinum Card can save you up to $1,000 on travel expenses. This card has a higher than average annual fee of $695, but you can get back $200 in hotels, $240 in digital entertainment, and more annual benefits. This card gives you CLEAR access through airports, 5x points on flights and hotels.

The American Express Delta SKYMILES Gold gives you many perks if you fly Delta Airlines or want to transfer points to partner airlines. They have a referral bonus and can easily accrue points. Get this card if you love delta or their Star Alliance partner airlines!



Chase offers a variety of travel worthy credit cards with many offering outstanding sign on bonus miles, benefits, and rewards. I use the Chase United Gateway card to get airline points and free flights!

Chase Sapphire Preferred offers a wide variety of travel benefits, and if you can justify its $95 annual fee, the benefits and rewards are definitely worth it.

United Gateway is my card of choice when it comes to CHASE. I like the no annual fee, low interest rates, and an quick and easy way to get travel points after opening an account.


IHG Premier

IHG Premier is another great option offering a significant new account bonus! You can easily earn points you can use at hotels, flights, and more! If you like staying at nice hotels, resorts, or properties while you travel this is your card!

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