If you’re into commodities trading, then you know that platinum is nearly as valuable as gold. Credit card issuers love to attach the platinum moniker to their premium rewards cards, in the hopes that customers will find them to be equally valuable.
But is a card any better just because it includes “platinum” in its name? Let’s take a look at the business credit cards labeled platinum, and see if any of them are right for you:
When most people talk about the “platinum card,” this is the one that they’re referring to.
Benefits include access to over 1,000 airport lounges that are part of the Delta SkyClub, Priority Pass Select and American Express Centurion networks. You also receive a $200 annual airline fee credit, a $100 credit toward the Global Entry application fee, and a 35% rebate on points redeemed towards eligible first and business class tickets purchased through American Express Travel. There’s a annual fee for this card, and no foreign transaction fees.
This card is designed to offer benefits to those who travel frequently with Delta Airlines. .
Benefits when flying Delta include a free checked bag, priority boarding and a 20% savings on in-flight food and beverage purchases. There’s a Annual Fee for this card, and no foreign transaction fees.
This is a mid-tier frequent flyer card that offers both miles and substantial benefits.
Benefits include your first bag checked free, preferred boarding and an American Airlines Companion Certificate each year of cardmembership in which you spend $30,000 or more in purchases and renew your cardmembership. There’s an annual fee of , and no foreign transaction fees.
Wells Fargo Business Platinum Credit Card
This small business credit card is designed for companies with annual sales of up to $2 million. Once approved, you’ll receive a credit line of up to $50,000 and you can earn your choice of cash-back or reward points. If you choose cash back, you earn 1.5% on all of your purchases, which is credited to your account or to your eligible checking or savings account each quarter. If you choose rewards points, then you’ll earn one point per dollar spent and 1,000 bonus points when your company spend reaches $1,000 in any monthly billing period. Points can be redeemed for gift cards, merchandise, airline tickets and other rewards, plus you get a 10% bonus when you redeem points online. There’s no annual fee for this card, and no foreign transaction fees.