Getting the best
plastic depends on your own spending habits and preferences
Find out what your credit report looks like.
Do a little introspection.
Don’t limit your options too early.
advantage of the Internet.
Use BankRate.com, Credit.com, CreditCards.com, CardRatings.com,
IndexCreditCards.com, and NerdWallet.com to compare offers
But don’t ignore the snail mail.
rush the decision. “Think
of your card selection like choosing someone for a long-term relationship. It’s
not always best to pursue the flashiest person or the flashiest credit card.
You want a card that has many attractive and consistent benefits”—just
like a romantic partner.
Read the details by
Kimberly Palmer at: http://money.usnews.com/money/personal-finance/articles/2012/10/02/6-steps-to-finding-your-best-credit-card?page=2