Most people look for cards that suit their travel needs, so we created 4 different categories to help guide their search.
Burlingame, CA (PRWEB)
May 31, 2017
Travel rewards can be particularly hard to value, as they are issued in many different types of currency. To this end, NextAdvisor, a leading consumer and small business information website, has announced the results of its 2017 Travel Rewards Credit Card Analysis, which puts a value to the rewards each card offers. The independent, comprehensive analysis extensively researched the cards and frequent travel programs associated with them to determine the dollar value of earnings for every type of program, making it simple for consumers to compare the best cards.
NextAdvisor evaluated the rewards value of 19 major travel rewards credit cards to determine which ones offer the greatest worth. The winners in each category are:
“Most people look for cards that suit their travel needs, so we created 4 different categories to help guide their search,” said Tasha Lockyer, Vice President of Product Management at NextAdvisor. “That way if a user wants to earn free flights and airlines perks, they can use the Flight Value to guide their card choice. Or, if they’re interested in free hotel stays, they can base their decision on the Hotel Value. Those who want a card for all types of travel should use the Flight & Hotel category. And anyone who is interested in how much each card’s introductory bonus is worth should check the Intro Bonus Value category.”
The rewards values of each card’s travel program were determined by comparing the cost in reward currency to the actual dollar cost of booking hotels and flights at different times of year and in different locations. The final rewards value was based on the actual dollar value a user would…