We asked a panel of miles-and-points experts to tell us their favorite general rewards credit cards, and our readers voted for the winners. These are the top 10.
Cardholders earn a 60,000-point signup bonus with qualifying purchases, a $100 hotel credit, plus three points per dollar spent on travel, restaurants, supermarkets and gas stations and one point per dollar on everything else.
With the VentureOne Rewards card, you can earn unlimited 1.25 miles per dollar on all purchases, as well as 20,000 bonus miles with qualifying purchases, all with no annual fee.
This card offers several perks and benefits, including the chance to earn three points per dollar spent booking flights directly from airlines, and four points per dollar spent at grocery stores and restaurants.
Cardholders earn two miles per dollar on all purchases automatically, plus an attractive 50,000-mile signup bonus, a $100 credit for Global Entry or TSA PreCheck fee and flexible redemption options.
Chase Freedom's rotating cashback program means that with a little planning, cardholders can score big Ultimate Rewards points. Each quarter offers the chance to earn five percent cashback in bonus categories.
This card offers perks like a 60,000-point sign-up bonus, no foreign transaction fees and the chance to earn two points per dollar spent on travel and restaurants, and one point per dollar spent everywhere else.
The Chase Sapphire Reserve offers a 50,000-point sign-up bonus, plus a $300 annual travel credit, Global Entry fee waiver, no foreign transaction fees and three points per dollar spent on travel and restaurants.
This card has a higher-than-average annual fee, but it's worth it thanks to perks like a 60,000-point sign-up bonus, $200 airline fee credit and $15 worth of Uber rides or Eats orders each month.
Cardholders earn 1.5-percent cash back on all purchases automatically. There's no annual fee, and the card comes with a $200 cash back bonus offer with $500 of purchases in the first three months.
With this card, you can earn 50,000 bonus points with eligible purchases, unlimited two points per dollar spent on travel and dining and 1.5 points per dollar on everything else.