Disclosure: I use Travel Freely for my credit card affiliate links.
I’ve been using Travel Freely for several years. It is an easy and convenient way to track credit card sign-up bonuses, Chase 5/24 status and which credit cards I already have vs. the ones I want. You can also track multiple people so I include my wife’s cards as well.
There’s both an app and a website. I’ll quickly run through the features using the app, but this will apply to the website if you are more comfortable using that.
The app will show you a list of your cards including the open date and annual fee (with date expected):
The app will also show you your card stats, including any upcoming sign-up bonus deadlines, and when your card drops off your 5/24 count:
You can also see any upcoming tasks you need to accomplish with your cards, including annual fee payment (which will remind you to call for a retention bonus), sign up bonus spend and whether you are ready to apply for another card based on the various credit card company restrictions:
Finally, the app will also allow you to check your sign-up bonus deadlines in more detail (spend, date, bonus points) and current credit card features:
Of course, it’s garbage in, garbage out. You will have to add all your existing credit cards and then update the app with new cards you apply for. To actually find out your list of cards and open dates, you can create a free account with Credit Karma and document all of your credit cards before loading them into Travel Freely. There’s a “Beginners Start Here” post on the app (and website) that can show you step-by-step how to do this.
As I mentioned earlier, I’ve been using Travel Freely for several years, long before I started this blog. Even though I’ve since begun using their credit card links as a way to pay for the blog, that doesn’t make me biased or a shill for Travel Freely. If I didn’t like it, I would tell you.
It’s an excellent tool to keep track of your credit cards and make sure you don’t miss a sign-up bonus deadline. It’s also an easy way to keep track of your 5/24 status as it knows which cards count against 5/24 and which ones don’t.
If you are interested in giving it a try, here’s a link to signup.