A new Infographic from Creditnet.com gives consumers the opportunity to easily compare bonus miles, airline perks and more.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) March 19, 2013
A new Infographic from the online credit card comparison authority Creditnet.com gives consumers the opportunity to easily compare bonus miles, airline perks and other factors to take into account when choosing the best frequent flyer credit cards.
The Infographic - which other webmasters are encouraged to embed on other websites relevant to personal finance or airline travel - compares categories like bonus miles and points, companion ticket discounts, airfare discounts, boarding privileges and more among eight of the most popular airline miles credit cards available today.
"We set out to make an Infographic that was clear and concise for credit card shoppers to compare the pros and cons of each card," said Jason Bushey, Vice President of Operations at Creditnet. "The charts and graphs we incorporated make the comparison process simple, but it's certainly not boring to look at visually, either."
This is the fourth such infographic that Creditnet has produced in 2013, and Bushey says the website will continue to roll out helpful, informative and fun infographics throughout the year to help better explain credit and credit cards to its' valued users.
"A lot of people think of personal finance as a dry subject, and the Infographics we're producing on a regular basis are definitely meant to change that attitude," added Bushey. "The visual aspect of Infographics make learning about credit and comparing cards a lot more interactive and involved, and we believe they're one of the most useful tools we have to help our users better understand credit."
Users can visit Creditnet.com to check out their collection of Infographics first-hand, and bloggers and webmasters are welcome to embed the pages on third-party sites at no charge using the included code found at the bottom of each Infographic page.
Since 1995, Creditnet.com has been an online authority for credit information and consumer credit advice. Creditnet hosts the web's oldest credit discussion forum - Credit Talk - and Creditnet is a HUB for credit news, weekly credit tips and credit card reviews.