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The Card Match Tool Helps You Find Lucrative Credit Cards - HowYouCanFlyFree!

The Card Match Tool Helps You Find Lucrative Credit Cards

Credit cards from half a dozen or more banks offer a variety of sign-up bonuses. The offers can confuse even the smartest travel hacker.

A useful way to help figure out which credit cards are both achievable and lucrative, personalized for your particular situation, is the Card March tool.

Using the tool is a leap of faith, because you have to enter your name, address, and last 4 digits of your social security number. It’s OK, it’s a legitimate website. Using it will not affect your credit score.

After you enter your information, the site will suggest some credit cards that you probably will qualify for. If you click one of their links and are approved for the card, you get the card and all its benefits and Card Match gets a referral fee…that seems like a fair trade to me, because they have to pay for their website hosting.

The best way to get a boatload of frequent-flyer miles is with credit-card signup bonuses, and Card Match is a great way to find out what deals are available.