These are my top recommended credit cards for this month. Some have $450-550 annual fees waived exclusively for US military personnel.

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Last update 17 Feb 2017

I will use this page to collect ideas, resources, and links to all things Blended Retirement System related. I will keep it continuously updated as new information comes out, so come back often. There is a lot of misinformation and lack of knowledge out there about the new plan coming in 2018.

All of the links I provide have been vetted and confirmed by me to contain accurate information, but things are changing rapidly as the BRS implementation date of 1 Jan 2018 approaches. Stay informed and make your choice early in 2018 so you can get a full year of matching, if you decide to switch!

Information About The New 2018 Military Retirement

USAA BRS Calculator

Should I Opt Into the BRS?

If you find any other good resources please email me, use the contact page, or leave a comment below. Thanks!

Blended Retirement System: The New Military BRS

AMEX Platinum With NO Annual Fees for US Military

Military SCRA MLA AMEX Platinum

Military servicemembers and spouses can get the American Express Platinum with NO annual fees.  Pick up your military annual fee waived card here!

Learn more about the AMEX military fee waiver.

The AMEX Platinum offers:

  • $550 Annual Fee WAIVED for US Military (and spouses)!
  • 60,000 Membership Rewards Points welcome offer
  • $200 credit for Uber rides (or Uber Eats!) annually
  • $200 airline fee credit
  • Centurion Lounge and Priority Pass Airport Lounge Access
  • NO foreign transaction fees

These benefits make it my top recommend card.

If you already have an AMEX Platinum card, check out the other AMEX cards, Chase credit cards, and this month's top recommended credit card bonuses, most with no annual fees for US military personnel.

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