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by Claire Tsosie on September 16, 2016
The Chase Sapphire Reserve does the impossible: It makes a $450 annual fee seem like a steal. That s thanks to its high rewards rate, top-notch benefits and a sign-up bonus that s among the largest we ve seen. Its sister card,
by Paul Soucy on September 15, 2016
When The Platinum Card® from American Express debuted in 1985, the pitch to potential cardholders was prestige. This is an exclusive card with top-tier travel benefits and an annual fee fat enough to dissuade