Depending on the rewards, perks, and benefits you’ll get, it can be worth paying an annual fee for a credit card.
However, there are still great and rewarding no-annual-fee credit cards worth considering.
There are co-branded airline cards, cash-back options, and flexible rewards points-earning cards.
Here the best no-annual-fee credit cards to open now, including our top choice: the Wells Fargo Propel American Express® card.
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Many people feel that paying an annual fee for a credit card makes no sense. Why should you pay to spend money?
I’ll confess that I used to be in this camp. However, I’ve learned that, when a credit card offers the right mix of benefits, rewards, and perks, it can absolutely be worth paying a fee — that’s because you’ll get way more value from the card than you’ll spend toward the fee. For example, I pay a total of $1,000 each year for two premium credit cards, but I get way more than that back.
However, there are still good reasons to go for a no-annual-fee card, especially because you don’t have to pay an annual fee to earn valuble rewards. Additionally, in the case of some Chase cards, adding a no-annual-fee card to your wallet can even supplement and boost the value of cards that do have an annual fee.
Here are the best no-annual-fee credit cards of 2019:
Wells Fargo Propel American Express card: Best for cash-back bonus categories
Chase Freedom Unlimited: Best for pairing with the Chase Sapphire Preferred Card or Chase Sapphire Reserve
Blue Cash Everyday® Card from American Express: Best for cash back at US supermarkets
Uber credit card: Great return on Uber purchases
Chase Freedom: Earns among the highest cash back, if you work for it
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Source:: Business Insider