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“What’s In Your Wallet?” Is It The Best Credit Card For Holiday Shopping

By SouthFloridaReporter.com, Nov. 13, 2015 – With Thanksgiving and the start of the holiday shopping season just two weeks away, CardHub announced its editor’s picks for 2015’s Best Credit Cards for Holiday Shopping, which include both general-use and store-specific offers. This gives people plenty of time to apply for a card that will reduce their holiday expenses by up to $625.

In addition to comparing more than 1,000 credit cards in search of the best offers for holiday shoppers, CardHub’s editors also surveyed the nation’s largest financial institutions about their holiday promotions for existing cardholders and came up with 7 great money-saving tips that will help consumers navigate a pricey time of year.

You can find a few of CardHub’s selections for 2015’s Best Credit Cards for Holiday Shopping below:

  • Citi ThankYou Premier Card – 50,000-point initial bonus, redeemable for $625 in airfare or $500 in gift cards, if you spend at least $3,000 in the first three months; no annual fee first year ($95 thereafter).
  • Chase Slate Card – 0% intro rate on new purchases and balance transfers for the first 15 months; no balance transfer fee or annual fee; has the potential to save the average household with credit card debt $900+ in finance charges, assuming a 24-month repayment period for their roughly $7,400 balance.
  • Kohl’s Store Card – 20% off your first purchase after account approval (no cap on savings); additional 15% discount when your card arrives; no annual fee.

For the full list of 2015’s Best Credit Cards for Holiday Shopping as well as details about holiday discounts for existing cardholders and 7 tips for saving money during the holidays, please visit: http://www.cardhub.com/best-credit-cards-for-holiday-shopping/


  1. You can also use the reward calculator at CreditCardTuneUp. com to see which cards will pay you more in reward value for your regular monthly expenses.

    It also calculates good combinations of cards to maximize the rewards you can earn from your usual spending.