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Best Credit Cards in 2020
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We have loved credit cards ever since they started. The ability to earn cash-back rewards or travel points is great for anyone looking to save or even make some money.

Now that it’s February, 2020 we can officially say that credit card rewards are at an all-time high. For instance, look at the rewards Capital One offers. They have unbeatable offers for all sorts of credit.

Annual Fee: $95
Intro Offer: 60,000 Points
Recommended Score: 690 – 850

Capital One® VentureOne® Rewards Credit Card

The Capital One® VentureOne® Rewards Credit Card (we know, it’s a long name) has some of the best bonuses we have ever seen. With only $1000 spent in the first three months, they are offering 20,000 bonus miles.

Even better? There’s no annual fee on this card nor are there any foreign transaction fees.

Best Travel Credit Card: Hawaiian Airlines Mastercard

The Hawaiian Airlines Mastercard is the best travel card we have used seeing as it helps us get closer to our favorite place on Earth: Hawaii.

Patrick Snow has been writing for Credit Slayer since they started. With his financial experience from watching The Wolf of Wall Street you should not trust any advice he has. Besides that, he loves football, barking dogs, and electrolytes.

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