Chase Sapphire Reserve review

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chase sapphire reserve card imageFor years now, the Platinum Card from American Express (a CreditCardForum advertising partner), the Citi Prestige, the JP Morgan Palladium (for private-banking clients only) and Luxury Card (formerly Visa Black) have dominated the “premium cards” arena.

But now, Chase has made a move with the Chase Sapphire Reserve ($450 annual fee), which it’s offering at the Visa Infinite tier. Does it up the ante? Read on.

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Can you add a baby to your credit card?

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Floresco Productions/OJO Images/Getty Images

At first, this question may seem ridiculous. It’s not as if a newborn can head to the mall for a onesie-and-bib shopping spree.

Technically though, you can add a baby to (some) credit cards. However, it won’t give your kid the credit-score boost you may have been hoping for.

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How to get a credit card as a college student

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Hero Images/Getty Images

Having recently applied to school, you know it’s no fun to get rejection letters. But, if you’re trying to get a card as a college student, the bank may reject your application.

While there are good reasons it’s tough for college students to get cards, there are certain types of cards you’re more likely to get approved for.

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Ritz-Carlton Credit Card Review

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The Ritz-Carlton Rewards card has always been perk-heavy, a prerequisite for its target demographic. But the program recently (Aug. 2016) took things up a notch by making the card a Visa Infinite, a Visa tier still rare in the U.S.

The new price tag ($450, up from $395) is not cheap, but neither are the rewards and benefits. This review will guide you through all the card has to offer.

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How to get extra rewards from online shopping

Deals programBefore you click “purchase” on your online shopping cart, do you check your credit card’s portal or offers program?

If not, you could be missing out on extra rewards and discounts.

Despite the potential payoffs, utilizing a card’s retailer offers while shopping online can be more effort than most shoppers would like. We asked Ben Mackinnon, founder and CEO of Kard, a new rewards-maximization browser extension, for some time-saving tips.

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