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I wanted to apply for Sun Country credit card because MSP is my home airport and I often fly with Sun Country but my application was declined for ‘too many inquiries’. Is there a card that will allow me to earn miles and won’t deny me? My credit score is 792.

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Leo Zhu

Before you apply for a new credit card, we would recommend you to check your credit reports and remove some credit inquiries from your credit reports. You will need to contact the companies that pulled your reports to request removal of the inquiries. Once it is done, do not rush into application spree. Wait at least three months and only then apply for a new credit card. You can choose any travel rewards credit card issued by a major bank because such card will allow you redeem earned miles with any airline, including with Sun Country.

  • Billie Carter

    I compared Sun country cc and Discover miles and choose Discover miles. :-)
    I think it’s the best card for earning miles. I travel a lot for a work and I can earn a lot of miles with this card. I like that I have no problems with booking flights on a date whether it’s holidays or any other date. I know that some people using sun country cc have this problem.

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