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The Best American Express Credit Cards of 2013, According to MyRatePlan.com

May 30, 2013

Credit card experts from MyRatePlan (http://www.MyRatePlan.com/creditcards) have ranked their picks for the best American Express credit cards of the year.

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 30, 2013

Today, credit card industry analysts from MyRatePlan.com, a leading credit card comparison website, announced their choices for top three best American Express credit cards currently available. American Express, also known as AmEx, has long been the standard of excellence amongst credit card companies, and that trend continues to this day. In creating their ranking of the best American Express credit cards of the year, MyRatePlan credit experts took into account a number of factors for each card including rewards offered, customer service levels, customer reviews, introductory and bonus offers, unique perks, and their own expert opinions.

Selecting the best credit card can be a tedious process, but MyRatePlan takes the pain out of the credit card shopping process for people with all different levels of credit scores with the MyRatePlan Credit Card Finder tool.

Here are the best American Express credit cards of 2013:

1. Platinum Card from American Express — The Platinum Card from American Express is a symbol of excellence among all credit cards. The Platinum Amex Card is geared towards high-income individuals with excellent credit history. The card offers cardholders 25,000 Membership Rewards points after they spend $2,000 in the first three months of having the card, and offers 1 Membership Rewards point for each dollar spent on purchases. Platinum Card Membership also offers premium travel benefits such as access to over 600 airport lounges across the globe when cardholders enroll in Priority Pass Select, as well as no foreign transaction fees. Cardholders also receive up to $200 cash back in the form of a statement credit to use towards airline baggage fees, flight-change fees, cancellation fees, in-flight dinning, and more. One of the main hallmarks of the Platinum Card is that it offers a 24/7 Platinum Card Concierge that will assist cardholders with dining reservations, travel plans, gifts, and more, as well as advanced tickets to entertainment events such as concerts and shows. The card carries an annual fee of $450.

2. Blue Cash Everyday Card from American Express — The Blue Cash Everyday Card from American Express is a great cash back credit card with no annual fee from AmEx. With the Blue Cash Everyday Card, cardholders earn 100 Reward Dollars after they spend $1,000 on purchases in the first three months that they have the card. In addition, cardholders receive 3% cash back at US supermarkets up to $6,000 per year, 2% cash back at US gas stations and select department stores, and 1% cash back on all other purchases. Cash back comes back to cardholders in the form of Reward Dollars that are redeemable for statement credits. Along with no annual fee, the card also offers a 0% introductory APR on purchases for 12 months.

3. Blue Sky from American Express — The Blue Sky from American Express Card is yet another solid credit card from AmEx for people with fair to good credit. With the Blue Sky Card, cardholders earn 7,500 points after they spend $1,000 on purchases in the first three months that they have the card. These 7,500 points are immediately redeemable for a $100 statement credit. Cardholders also earn 1 point for each dollar they spend on purchases, and can redeem these points for flights, hotel stays, cruises, car rentals, and more. The Blue Sky Card also allows for flexible bill payments, which means cardholders can pay their bill over time or all at once. The card also requires no annual fee, and offers a 0% introductory APR on purchases for 12 months.

“American Express has always been a leader in providing excellent credit cards and customer service,” explained Logan Abbott, President of MyRatePlan. Potential cardholders can compare American Express credit cards using MyRatePlan´s AmEx credit card comparison tool here: http://www.myrateplan.com/creditcards/american_express_cards/

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