August's Top Credit Card Offers

Here are just a few of the credit card offers on Outlaw‘s radar this month:

Black Card — The Visa Black Card has a $495 annual fee, but as we recently explained, you get a whole lot in exchange. The card also now offers 0% intro APR on qualified balance transfers. Read our full run-down of the main features and benefits here, or view photos of the card itself and apply right here.

Gold Delta SkyMiles Card — This credit card, from American Express, is currently our favourite airline rewards card. You get 20,000 bonus miles after your very first purchase on the card, making it the perfect choice for a late summer getaway. When you apply through Outlaw‘s redesigned deals portal, you’ll also have no annual fee for your first year — a $95 savings. Read more info on the Gold Delta SkyMiles card offer here.

American Express Premier Rewards Gold — This AmEx Gold credit card is our absolute favourite “all-around” rewards card offer this month. After spending $1,000 within the first three months, you’ll earn 15,000 Membership Rewards points. This is a great rewards card for summer and fall vacationers since you get 3X points on airfare, 2X points on gas and groceries, and 1X points on everything else — these points can add up quickly, especially if you are a frequent traveller. 

Venture Rewards Card — The Capital One Venture Rewards credit card offer is another strong choice for frequent travellers. As explained in the article, Capital One recently doubled its introductory offer on that card.

— provided by Outlaw; see more deals in our card offers portal.

Disclosures: We’re a credit card offers site, so obviously we maintain financial relationships with numerous banks and financial institutions, including some of the card issuers mentioned in this article. No relationship or position on Capital One, Citigroup, or JPMorgan Chase at time of publication.

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