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10 Great Credit Card Offers for 2016

By Matthew Frankel, CFP® - Jan 25, 2016 at 12:22PM

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Here are some of the best credit card offers for cash back, travel rewards, balance transfers, and more.

Competition has been heating up in the credit card industry for several years now, and as a result, the introductory offers and rewards available to consumers are more generous than ever. Whether you prefer cash back rates of up to 6% on certain purchases, introductory bonuses worth up hundreds of dollars, or 0% interest for nearly two years, now is a good time to be hunting for a new credit card.

With that in mind, here are 10 of the best credit card deals currently being offered, in a variety of categories.

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