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I often book trips through Travelocity so I think getting their credit card but can’t find it anywhere. I know they had credit card with Amex, do they still offer it?

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The Travelocity credit card is no longer issued. That’s why you cannot find it and cannot apply for it. You can apply for a different credit card though. You can get a travel rewards credit card that will allow you to earn rewards on all your purchases and redeem them towards travel expenses like airline tickets with any airline, hotel stays, rental cars or cash. If you buy a trip at Travelocity using such card, you will be able to earn and redeem miles you have for your travel. Travel rewards credit cards may also come with sign up bonuses, 0% intro APRs and no annual fees.

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