We were hit with a landslide of huge credit card sign up bonuses lately. And while I think it’s fun to apply for all of them at the same time, I realize some readers want to pick just one: the best one. But which one is the best?
Obviously, picking the card with the largest net sign up bonus (after subtracting the annual fee) is the biggest consideration. But it’s important to look a little further and evaluate the spending requirements and redemption options. In addition, I like to look at the long term point earning opportunities, including the anniversary bonus.
Current $500 Credit Card Bonus Offers
Let’s see how the current $500 bonus cards stack up:
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