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Best Premium Credit Cards of March 2019

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Last updated on March 6, 2019

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NerdWallet's Best Premium Credit Cards of March 2019

Our pick for

Overall premium card

Chase Chase Sapphire Reserve Credit Card

on Chase's secure website

on Chase's secure website

Annual Fee

$450

Regular APR

19.24% - 26.24% Variable APR

Intro APR

N/A

recommended credit score

Our pick for

Luxury travel perks

American Express Platinum Credit Card

on American Express's secure website, or call (866) 512-6673

Rates & Fees

on American Express's secure website, or call (866) 512-6673

Rates & Fees
Annual Fee

$550

Regular APR

N/A

Intro APR

N/A

recommended credit score

Our pick for

Premium airline card

Citibank Citi® / AAdvantage® Executive World Elite™ MasterCard® Credit Card

on Citibank's secure application

on Citibank's secure application

Annual Fee

$450

Regular APR

17.99% - 25.99% Variable APR

Intro APR

N/A

recommended credit score

Our pick for

Premium dining card

American Express Premier Rewards Gold Credit Card

on American Express's secure website, or call (866) 512-6673

Rates & Fees

on American Express's secure website, or call (866) 512-6673

Rates & Fees
Annual Fee

$250

Regular APR

See Terms

Intro APR

N/A

recommended credit score

Our pick for

Premium card for business

The Business Platinum® Card from American Express OPEN Credit Card

on American Express's secure website, or call (866) 512-6673

Rates & Fees

on American Express's secure website, or call (866) 512-6673

Rates & Fees
Annual Fee

$595

Regular APR

N/A

Intro APR

N/A

recommended credit score

Last updated on March 6, 2019

Methodology

NerdWallet's credit cards team selects the best cards in each category based on overall consumer value. Factors in our evaluation include fees, promotional and ongoing APRs, and sign-up bonuses; for rewards cards, we consider earning and redemption rates, redemption options and redemption difficulty. A single card is eligible to be chosen in multiple categories.