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I need a chip credit card which I could use outside the U.S. Also, I do not want a card with foreign transaction fee.

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Leo Zhu

Most travel rewards credit cards come with a chip embedded in them. Another good feature of travel rewards credit cards is no foreign transaction fee. Major banks have already removed this fee and do not charge their cardholders for foreign transactions. If you do not want to apply for a credit card with travel rewards, you can check out other chip credit cards we offer on our site. For example, it can be any Discover credit card as Discover doesn’t charge foreign transaction fee.

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