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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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What credit card is the best for me if I want to use it everyday at shops and book flights or hotels at Expedia once a year?

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If you want to use a card everyday and you use Expedia once in a while, then there are two options for you. Continue reading
I have Gold Delta CC with miles I seem can not use. The first problem was that I couldn’t find an award chart to see lowest price. Then I tried to book an award but system gave me an error. When I finally managed to go through, time and dates where not suitable for me so I had to change my plans. And the worst thing was the fee. Never thought it could be such a bad experience booking a single award. My question is: is there a non-Delta credit card that will give me awards with Delta?

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Yes, there is such a credit card and not just one! Banks issue travel credit cards that are not tied to any airline but still allow to earn miles and redeem them for airline tickets or other travel expenses. You can review travel credit cards to see how many options you have. And here, we will offer to... Continue reading
I have a Southwest credit card which I haven’t used for quite a long time but it has some lingering points on it. So I decided to redeem those points and close the card but I wasn’t able to do so! What should I do? How can I use those points?

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There can be two reasons you cannot redeem your miles. The first is you are trying to redeem Southwest points for a travel after the date your miles are due to expire. Since you haven't used your card for a while, we can assume that you haven't had qualifying earning activity. And, according to... Continue reading
Had United card until recently and was unable to book a single flight using my United miles. Tried flexible dates – no available seats, tried to book far in advance – no available seats. Got frustrated and just closed the card. Now I’m looking for a card that can really give me a ticket for miles. Can you help?

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United redemptions options are very flexible and awards seats should be available at least at a standard rate, as long as there is a seat available. However, unfortunately, such situations like yours occur, which is a great minus of the frequent flyer miles, and it makes airline credit cards useless. ... Continue reading
How can I lower the cost of flights booked on Expedia?

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There are several ways to do that, and all of them involve credit cards. As you know, there are credit cards that give you rewards. Such cards can significantly reduce the price of your plane ticket or a hotel stay. When you book, you get some percentage back in the manner of points or miles. Those... Continue reading
I had 78,000 miles expire on United. Called their customer service and no help at all. Never received any notice of expiration by email or phone. Sooo frustrated right now. Any thoughts on how to get them back?

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Indeed, when miles expire, it is very annoying. In fact, this is very common, a lot of United customers complain about losing their United MileagePlus miles. United also has a nasty habit of not notifying their customers about their miles expiring. Although check your junk mail - the email from them... Continue reading
Who is the Delta Reserve card for?? I can’t think of a reason to justify the $450 annual fee.

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The $450 annual fee is rather typical for the premium cards. To compensate it they offer unique perks, in case of the Delta Reserve card it is the easier access to the status which you can get with the Miles Boost feature, the Companion certificate and the access to the Delta Sky Club. However, with the... Continue reading
Why can’t I use Emirates miles for flights on other airlines?

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You can actually use Emirates miles on a number of partner airlines, including Alaska, JetBlue and Virgin America, but the number is really limited and you won't find a major US airline on the list. We would advise you to use Emirates miles on Emirates flights as the transfers are rarely 1:1 and there's... Continue reading
I’m a frequent flyer of Emirates airlines, but I don’t want their credit card due to the high annual fee. Is there any credit card that you can offer?

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Airlines credit card are known to have annual fees, and those are high enough to repel a lot of frequent flyers. Why give the airline your earnings back? Surely, you'd like to earn miles and keep them. Besides, airline credit cards tie you to a specific airline and make it hard to redeem miles on other... Continue reading
Applied for the Citi AA card just because I liked the “first checked bag free” feature for domestic AA flights, but now the card is way too expensive for me. Actually it’s my first airline credit card. Now I’m thinking of getting another card that I could use with AA, but can’t find anything good. Can you help?

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American Airlines is a member of Oneworld alliance, and if you fly with any airline from the alliance, you may consider getting another airline credit card. However, most airline credit cards are more or less the same in terms of rewards and usually come with high annual fees. Continue reading

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