U.S. News & World Report has released a Best Credit Cards web portal to bring clarity and transparency to an area where historically consumers have lacked objective advice.
For the first time, Chase eligible co-branded credit cards, Marriott Rewards® and United MileagePlus, are coming together to offer double the rewards on respective purchases this holiday season with ‘Double Stay, Double Go.’
Amtrak and Bank of America announced a new Amtrak Guest Rewards credit card program effective immediately. This program includes two new credit cards created to fit passengers’ travel and spending preferences.
In today’s CardFlash News Que: ARROWEYE (EMV); CSI (exec); CUBIC (exec); and AMEX (Best Buy).
Chase Card Services and Southwest Airlines have inked a multi-year extension to the nearly 20-year partnership for co-branded credit cards, Southwest Airlines® Rapid Rewards® Plus, Premier and Business Cards.
CardWeb.com’s CardPixes database of more than 7,000 images today features the Diners Club Card Elite.
Best Western has launched an exclusive loyalty program aimed at AARP members. The two organizations have had a longstanding relationship.
The National Geographic Society and First Bankcard, a division of First National Bank of Omaha have launched the new National Geographic Visa Card. Cardholders earn exclusive savings on National Geographic products and experiences while supporting the Society’s global exploration, conservation, research and education programs with every purchase.
The Asian American Hotel Owners Association (AAHOA), the largest hotel owners association in the world will be offering a co-branded MasterCard with First Bankcard.
Wells Fargo has become the first major U.S. financial services provider to introduce the ability for customers in The Wells Fargo Rewards® Program to redeem their rewards at more than 12,500 Wells Fargo ATMs.
Atlanta-based Sionic Mobile has reached 50,000 diverse shops, restaurants and retail locations nationwide where consumers can pay with a Sionic Mobile app on their smartphones and tablets. And there is more in the works.
American Express reported fourth-quarter consolidated total revenues net of interest expense rose to $9.1 billion from $8.5 billion a year ago, up 7% (9% when adjusted for foreign currency translations). The revenue increase primarily reflected the previously reported gain of $719 million ($453 million after-tax) on the sale of the company’s investment in Concur Technologies. The increase also reflected a rise in cardholder spending and higher net interest income.