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Signing up for a credit card can be a tricky affair as you may not know exactly which card to go for or even which one of the cards will guarantee the best service for you. Different people have different needs and therefore a credit card that works well in my situation may not necessarily work well for you. There are so many credit card service providers in the world giving the service under different terms and conditions. The choice to settle on one card as opposed to another will therefore be determined mainly by the features you are looking for as compared to the facility that the card in question has to offer.

Factors to consider when comparing credit cards

As stated above, different credit cards have different terms and conditions of service. The most prominent features that differentiate most credit cards from each other are the following.

* APR- Annual percentage rate refers to the rate of interests charged by the credit card company on the card holder. It is important to look out for this as it may affect your transactions basing on the fact that you might be carrying out very few transactions to warrant such deductions it is thus important to compare the impact of the APR on the transactions that you anticipate to carry out with the card.

* The annual fee-Some companies do not charge an annual fee on their credit cards while others do it is therefore important to look out for the possibility of the card having an annual fee so that you can decide whether the services it offers will be commensurate to the fee in demand.

* Limits and bonuses- These limits and bonuses mean cash reward s that you will get on any purchases done using your credit card

When comparing credit cards it is also important to note that as much as some cards may charge annual fees and high APRs, it is important to look at the overall features offered by the card as in most cases it turns out that the seemingly expensive cards may end up offering better services.

Advantages of comparing credit cards

The main advantage in comparing credit cards before committing to the use of one is that it helps you in having a wholesome understanding of what to expect from the credit card that you posses. This can further save you from the embarrassment of getting bad credit scores out of bad transactions in case you interpreted the terms wrongly.

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