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As you are travelling a lot, there’s no doubt you want to save on it. And choosing appropriate credit card application may be difficult and disturbing. But don’t forget about our credit experts, who are always here and ready to help you. Please, don’t hesitate and ask your question.

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I want to earn Star Alliance miles but don’t know which card to choose for that, can you help?

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You can earn miles by joining one of the frequent flyer programs offered by Star Alliance member airlines. Continue reading
I am planning a trip to Mexico and going to fly with Aeromexico. My question is, should I apply for an Aeromexico credit card to save on my trip? Or is there a better option for me?

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The Aeromexico credit card is worth applying if you are flying with this airline a lot and if you are going to keep this card. Continue reading
My wife and I are trying to get to Thailand using mileage. We would like to fly Cathay Pacific, a partner. May we combine our American Air miles and our Alaska Air miles to eventually accomplish this goal? How many miles would it take for 2 free business class seats to Thailand, next October? Thanks

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Unfortunately, you can't transfer points between these frequent flyer programs, even though American Airlines AAdvantage and Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan are partners. You can earn miles when flying on a partner airline and redeem miles for flights on a partner airline, but you can't combine AAdvantage... Continue reading
What if I don’t what my Aeroplan Visa credit card, should I keep it open for credit history? And if I close it, will it hurt my credit?

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Of course, sometimes it is good to keep some credit accounts open for your credit history. However, the TD Aeroplan Visa credit card has an annual fee, which is rather high, so you may not want to keep it open. Continue reading
I heard there is Skypass secured credit card, do you think I will qualify? my credit is bad. And will I earn miles with this card?

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There is a Skypass Visa Secured credit card offered by U.S. Bank. Since it is a secured credit card, you should not have any difficulty getting the card. Continue reading
I want to close my Aeroplan credit card but is has some balance. Which card would you recommend to apply to transfer my balance and pay it off at 0% interest rate?

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First of all, we would not recommend you to apply for a TD Bank credit card simply because balance transfers between two credit cards that are issued by one bank are impossible. Continue reading
I’m a member of Latam Pass frequent flyer program and want to fly to Asia which is not the destination of Latam. Can I use Latam kms to buy an airline ticket to Asia?

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That should not be a problem because LATAM Airlines is a OneWorld member. You can redeem your LATAM Pass KMS with the airlines of the Oneworld alliance and partners. Continue reading
I want to apply for Onetravel Visa Signature credit card but cannot find where to apply. It only offers me to apply for Onetravel card that is not Visa. Can you help?

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OneTravel credit cards have a bit tricky application process. You won’t find a separate application form for each card. There is only one application form. When fill out and submit your application, the issuer will decide whether you qualify for a OneTravel Credit Card, a Visa Card, or a Visa Signature... Continue reading
What is the difference between Virgin Atlantic Black credit card and White credit card?

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The main difference between these credit cards is rewards miles you can earn. The Virgin Atlantic White Card comes with a smaller sign-up bonus, standard 1 mile per dollar spent on all purchases other than Virgin Atlantic purchases, smaller anniversary bonus, and smaller bonus for additional cardholders. Continue reading

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