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I often fly with different airlines like Air France and Southwest Airlines. What card would you recommend? I am planning to use this card for buying tickets and some random purchases outside the US.

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Leo Zhu

Look at the Citi ThankYou® Premier Card. You will be able to earn bonus points flying with any airline. Airfare and hotel stays will bring you 2 points per dollar spent. Also, you will earn 3 points per dollar on dining outs and one point per dollar on all other purchases. The card does not have foreign transaction fee and has a chip embedded, so you can freely use it while you are abroad.

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