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I applied for JetBlue Amex credit card last year and got a nice sign-up bonus. It’s coming up for renewal and I’m thinking about closing it because I’ve seen no real benefit for having this card. Can you suggest a card I can apply instead?

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Leo Zhu

You can apply for the Barclaycard Arrival™ World MasterCard®. This card will allow you to earn bonus miles on all your purchases. In particular, you will earn two miles on travel and dining and one mile on all other purchases. There also is a sing up bonus. You will be able to get 20,000 bonus miles if you spend $1,000 on purchases. Another good feature is that you can get 10% miles back when you redeem for travel statement credits. And, since you are going to close your JetBlue card, you may want to use a 0% intro APR on balance transfer offer. You will be able to transfer the balance from you old card and pay it off during 12 months.

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