Another week has gone by and it is time for me to summarize this week’s posts for those who have missed out. Links are provided to each one for curiosity.
This was a slow week for PYCR. I wrote one card review, one perspectives post, and an intro to the Amex Trifecta.
Without further ado, here’s the weekly review:
Review: Citi Business Thank You Card
Monday’s post was a card review about a lesser-known Citi business card. The Citi Business Thank You Card is a lesser-known card that does not have much of an online presence. Citi requires prospective cardholders to go into a branch and apply with a banker. This is unfortunate because almost all this card’s competitors can be applied for online.
Nonetheless, Citi does not give this card the respect and attention that it deserves. It is one of the only business cards that I have seen that comes with rotating quarterly categories. That could be a huge selling point for it, especially for business owners who want a card like the Discover It.
Five Reasons Why You Should Not Get the Capital One Venture Card
Thursday’s post presented five reasons why you should not get the Capital One Venture Card. This post was interesting because it exposed some weaknesses with Capital One, their transferrable points program, and the Venture Card. It also sparked some debate in the comments section about the value of Capital One Miles when transferred out to partners. Such value is a weakness with the Venture card that can be overcome by Capital One changing many of their rules and restrictions.
The Amex Trifecta
Yesterday’s post was an introduction to the Amex Trifecta. This three-card combination includes three of the best cards for earning Membership Rewards (MR) Points quickly. They also have the potential to provide thousands of dollars in value from perks. This post also poses an alternate version of the Amex Trifecta by substituting out one card for another.
I hope that everyone has a great Sunday! Stay posted for more content next week!