Bank cards score well in travel reward study
Deciding which credit card is best for free travel can be difficult, but a new report may help. “Card-Carrying Generosity,” released this week, reviewed the credit cards offered by the five largest U.S. airlines and compared them against independent travel reward cards offered by banks. “The cards are complicated, and it’s a complicated issue to compare them,” said Jay Sorensen, the president of the IdeaWorksCompany, a Shorewood, Wis., consulting firm for the airline industry that conducted research for the report.
February 20, 2013