Forever 21 Credit Card Payment, Login, and Customer Service Information

forever-21-credit-cardThe Forever 21 credit card is issued in partnership with Comenity Capital Bank, and it is Comenity you will interact with to pay your bill online or by mail, or to get customer service help. Below you’ll find all of the information you need to complete any of these tasks:

  • If you’d like to pay your Forever 21 credit card bill online, . If you have the Forever 21 store-only card, to make your payment.

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Review: Peebles Credit Card

peebles-creditPeebles Department stores, in partnership with Comenity Bank, that allows you to earn reward certificates toward future Peebles purchases. But be careful! Our overview / review of the Peebles credit card is below:

The first thing you should understand about the Peebles credit card is at that it is only accepted at Peebles and its “sister stores” owned by the Stage Stores company, including Stage, Bealls, Goody’s and Palais Royal. This is very limited acceptance — it is not a great idea to open new credit lines with such limited usage unless there is a very compelling reason to do so.
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Review: IHG Rewards Club Credit Card

ihg-rewards-club-credit-cardThe InterContinental Hotels Group (in partnership with Chase) that gives Rewards Club members the chance to enhance their rewards at InterContinental, Crowne Plaza, Holiday Inn & Holiday Inn Express, Hotel Indigo, Staybridge Suites, and Candlewood Suites.
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Review: Carpetland Credit Card

carpetland-credit-cardThe is a credit card that allows you to buy carpet, tile, hardwood and other flooring on credit. It is issued in partnership with Wells Fargo.

However, it’s a financing deal you definitely want to think twice about.

Why? Check out the card’s 28.99% interest rate!
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Blair Credit Card Review

blair-credit-card225The is offered to shoppers of the Blair catalog & Blair online store. It can also be used at Blair’s “sister” stores including Haband, Old Pueblo Traders, Bedford Fair, Willow Ridge and more. Our overview / review of the card is below:
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Average Credit Card Rates – July 2016

average-card-rates225The current average credit card rate for the overall market is 18.74%. While this only a slight rise from last month’s 18.72% average, it is also the highest average rate we’ve calculated since beginning this monthly survey in April of 2014.

For comparison, the average credit card rate at this time last year was 18.31%, almost a half percentage point lower (43 basis points) than today. Going back two years, the average rate in July of 2014 was 17.71%, over a full percentage point lower.

Below you’ll find current average rates in several card categories:

  • The average rate for low interest credit cards with no rewards increased to 16.37% this month and accounted for almost all of the change in the overall rate. (Last year’s average rate in this category was 15.67%. This category’s average has risen more than any other over the past 12 months.)
  • The average rate for rewards credit cards remains at 18.82% this month. (Last year’s average rate at this time: 18.47%.)
  • The average rate for department store / retail credit cards remains at 22.77%. (The retail credit card average at this time last year was 22.61%.)

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Review: Torrid Credit Card

torrid-credit-cardPlus size retailer Torrid, in partnership with Comenity Bank that rewards you with points toward future Torrid purchases. But be careful! Our overview / review of the Torrid credit card is below:

The first thing to understand about the Torrid credit card is that it is only accepted at Torrid stores or, nowhere else. Here at we are not fans of credit cards with such limited acceptance because each new credit card is a ding against your credit score. A single-retailer credit card must offer some compelling features to be added to your wallet.
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Review: The Sportsman’s Guide Credit Card

sportsmans-guide-cc-225The Sportsman’s Guide as a perk to members of its Buyer’s Club (which costs $39.99 per year and offers merchandise discounts), giving an additional discount on purchases as well as a points program. Our overview / review of The Sportsman’s Guide credit card is below:

The Sportsman’s Guide credit card is a Visa card, meaning you can use it at Sportsman’s Guide as well as anywhere else that Visa is accepted, which is almost everywhere credit cards are accepted. We here at are partial to cards with this sort of wide acceptance, versus many retail credit cards that can only be used at a single store chain.
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What is Chase Ultimate Rewards?

If you have a Chase rewards credit card, you are earning Ultimate Rewards points on your purchases. This is true even if your card is marketed as a cash back or travel card — you will earn Ultimate Rewards points and then have the opportunity to turn them into cash rewards, travel, gift cards, etc. in the Ultimate Rewards portal. But everything starts with points.

chase-ultimate-rewards-loginSo, once you’ve earned some Ultimate Rewards points, how do you redeem them? First, you must have an online account with Chase. If you’re already paying your Chase card bill online, you will use the same User ID and password to access the Ultimate Rewards login area located at . If you don’t have a Chase ID and Password yet, .
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Motorcycle Credit Cards

harleycreditcardLooking for a credit card that can help you buy a motorcycle, or maybe a card related to a motorcycle you already own? Below are a handful of motorcycle themed credit cards on the market:
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Review: Huntington Bank Credit Cards

huntington-bank-credit-cardHuntington Bank offers , but in some ways the card can be whatever you want it to be, reducing the need for Huntington to offer more card products. See what exactly that means in our review below:

Huntington’s credit card is called the Voice MasterCard. The “voice” in the name refers to your voice, meaning you have a voice in the features the card offers. What’s more important to you — a lower interest rate or rewards? You choose.
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Review: Club Carlson Credit Card

club-carlson-credit-cardCarlson Rezidor Hotel Group, which includes Radisson hotels, Park Plaza, Park Inn, and Country Inns & Suites, in partnership with US Bank. Below we offer a brief overview and review of each card:

  • The offers you 6 points per dollar on Carlson hotel purchases, and 3 points per dollar on all other card purchases. You’ll get 50,000 extras points after your first card purchase, plus another 10,000 if you spend $1500 or more with the card within 90 days. (Free hotel stays start at 10,000 points per night.) You’ll also get a 25,000-point bonus each year that you renew your card. The fee for the card is $50. Overall, it’s a pretty good deal if you are a regular customer of the Radisson and/or other Carlson hotels.

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