Let's face it, it's confusing comparing all the credit cards on the market.
Our Card Maximizer tool helps you quickly compare the best credit card offers. Viewing on a chart allows you to quantitatively compare all credit card offers to evaluate which card offer is right for you.
You can click on a card to view more details, including:
We hope this tool helps you easily navigate the current best card offers and ultimately find the right one for you!
|Flexible Points Program||Value Per Point (¢)|
|American Express Membership Rewards||1.8|
|Capital One Venture Rewards||1.2|
|Chase Ultimate Rewards||1.7|
|Diners Club Rewards||2.1|
|Bank of America Premium Rewards||1.0|
|Barclaycard Arrival Miles||1.0|
|U.S. Bank FlexPerks Rewards||1.5|
|Wells Fargo Go Far Rewards||1.3|
|Airline Miles||Value Per Point (¢)|
|Air Canada Aeroplan||1.4|
|Air France/KLM Flying Blue||1.3|
|Alaska Mileage Plan||1.6|
|ANA Mileage Club||1.4|
|British Airways Executive Club Avios||1.3|
|Cathay Pacific Asia Miles||1.2|
|Japan Airlines Mileage Bank||1.3|
|Korean Air SkyPass||1.5|
|Lufthansa Miles & More||1.3|
|Malaysia Airlines Enrich||0.9|
|Qatar Privilege Club Qmiles||0.9|
|Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer||1.4|
|Southwest Rapid Rewards||1.4|
|Spirit Airlines Free Spirit||0.4|
|Turkish Airlines Miles&Smiles||1.3|
|Virgin Atlantic Flying Club||1.3|
|Best Western Rewards||0.6|
|Choice Privileges Points||0.7|
|IHG Rewards Club||0.5|
|World of Hyatt||1.6|
We base our points valuations on a variety of factors, including our team's own award redemptions, researching award bookings, as well as program-dependent factors such as fuel surcharges, fees, ease-of-use, potential devaluations, and availability.
There is not an exact science for determining the value of points and each traveler will have their own best use. These valuations are to be used as a rough guideline of what kind of redemption value you can expect to get when you use your points.
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