Highly reviewed credit cards include the Arrival Plus World Elite from Barclay, Quicksilver from Capital One and Citi Simplicity. These cards are highly ranked for various reasons, as shown on NerdWallet.com and CardRates.com.
Barclay has both the Arrival Plus World Elite and the Rewards card ranked highly, notes CardRates.com. The Arrival Plus card is popular because of the high reward rates; customers get two miles for every dollar spent and a percentage of miles discounted when they are redeemed. There are no foreign travel fees, so it is a very popular card for travelers. The Rewards card has no annual fee, and customers can get cash back on gas, groceries and utilities, as of 2015.
The Capital One Quicksilver card is popular because of its one and a half percent cash back on all purchases. Customers do not have to sign up for special programs to get the cash back. The cash back does not expire either, which gives customers lots of flexibility. The company offers fraud coverage and spending limit increases after five on-time payments.
Citi Simplicity is not set up as a rewards card. Instead, it is geared towards customers looking for balance transfers and debt relief. It offers no interest for the first 21 months of the account. After that period, the annual percentage rate interest can be between 12.99 and 22.99, as of 2015.