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Credit cards recommended for road trips during spring breaks

[Wednesday, April 4th, 2012]

There can be no better time than the spring break for students to take that much needed road trip to get respite from studies. Going on these trips need not necessarily burn a hole in your pocket and leave you feeling burdened financially. Though there are many credit cards available for students today, we have handpicked a few of them that are perfect for these trips.

The Discover More Card is one of the main credit cards that can ease your expenditure to a great extent. This card is also recommended if you have huge debts on another credit card that you would like to clear of faster without incurring a lot of interest. This card from Discover has been rated as one of the best balance transfer cards that customers can apply for today. The card levies the balance transfer fee of just 3 percent of the overall transfer amount and customers have 18 months to pay off the balance transferred on to this card without incurring any interest. Card holders can also enjoy an interest free period of 6 months for the purchases made using this card as well.

If you are planning to stay in a famous resort or hotel during your spring break, signing up for cards that offer travel rewards can be beneficial. The Hilton Honors Surpass Credit Card from American Express is one of the credit cards that allows to gain enough bonus points on this card that will make you eligible for a complimentary one night stay in one of the most prestigious chain of restaurants and resorts in the country. The Starwood Preferred Guest Credit Card from American Express is another card that you can consider signing up for before you take off on your spring break. This card allows you to earn points that can help you avail complimentary stays in a variety of resorts and hotels all over the country. There are other travel rewards also that card holders get to reap when they use these cards.

Customers planning a road trip during their spring break can benefit from the many gas rewards credit cards that banks are offering today. One of the beneficial cards under this category is the BankAmericard Cash Rewards Visa Signature card that entitles customers to a 3 percent cash back each time they use this card to pay for their purchase at gas stations across the country.

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