Inking credit card guides

I’m extremely proud of how we display credit card information on this Frequent Miler blog.  We work hard to keep our information up to date.  We always show the best public signup offers even when it means sacrificing income (often the offers available through affiliate channels are not the best offers).  We use a formula to estimate each offer’s first year value and sort by that result so that the best offers come out on top.  Our affiliate relationships have no impact whatsoever on the placement of cards on our site.

We have what I believe to be the best “best offers” page on the internet.  And we have detailed pages for every card we list.  When viewing summary information from any credit card list, you can click through to a more detailed card page.  On that score, though, we can do better.  My goal is for every one of those detailed pages to become a true complete guide for current and prospective cardholders.

This week we’ve taken our first steps towards our card pages becoming complete guides.  So far, we have complete guides in place for the Chase Ink Business Preferred, Chase Ink Business Unlimited Card and the Chase Ink Business Cash Card.  We hope to round this out quickly with the other Chase Ultimate Rewards cards (Sapphire Reserve, Sapphire Preferred, Freedom, etc.), and then we’ll proceed forward from there.  Since we highly value transferable points currencies, we’ll start with cards that earn transferable points.  After Chase Ultimate Rewards we’ll look at cards that earn Amex Membership Rewards, Citi ThankYou Rewards, and Capital One “Miles”.

Our guides include everything we can think of that might be useful: application tips, perks, how best to earn points, how best to redeem points, how to share points with others, and how to keep points alive when cancelling.  I’m sure the topics will grow over time as well.  Each guide also includes a complete table of contents near the top so that you can easily find what you need.

Please check out our first guides:

Chase Ink Business Preferred Complete Guide

Chase Ink Business Cash Complete Guide

Chase Ink Business Cash

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Greg is the owner, founder, and primary author of the Frequent Miler. He earns millions of points and miles each year, mostly without flying, and dedicates this blog to teaching others how to do the same.

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Thanks Greg, love your site and feel that do an amazing job of offering true value for readers.

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Thanks Greg. One thing I would love to see is AU info for the cards, was in the market for a new one recently and couldn’t remember all the AU details to try to figure out if it was worth it to get P2 added

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I’m not sure if it’s possible, but it would be great to include some rating scale that indicates how easy/difficult it is to get each card. It wouldn’t have to be as specific as “you need credit score of 805 and a salary over $80,000.” Maybe a continuum that went from “First credit card ever” to “Never been denied in my life.” I find myself advising many young people recently out of college. Their income and credit score is good, but limited. I’m always hesitant to recommend anything I’m not pretty sure they can get (usually start with Discover, but not as confident after they’ve had that one for a bit). Thanks so much (and if there’s a post you want to refer me to on starting credit cards, feel free to post). Killer blog!!

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“Since we highly value transferable points currencies, we’ll start with cards that earn transferable points. After Chase Ultimate Rewards we’ll look at cards that earn Amex Membership Rewards, Citi ThankYou Rewards, and Capital One “Miles”.”

Do you consider Marriott points transferable currencies with plethora of transferable airlines?