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Next year I’ll be travelling a lot to Latin America, so I applied for Lanpass Visa Signature card to earn miles to buy Lan Airlines tickets. I want to apply for one more credit card to earn more miles but can’t decide which one to choose. Your thoughts?

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Leo Zhu

A good addition to your LANPass credit card can be a regular credit card with miles rewards. Such card will allow you to earn miles on all your purchases. Plus, many of such cards come with a one-time sign up bonus which is often enough for a roundtrip domestic airline ticket. Earned miles can be redeemed with any airline or hotel without restrictions. If you need a card without an annual fee, there are plenty of the offers to choose from. Also, you may like that most travel rewards credit cards come with no foreign transaction fees, whereas LANPass Visa Signature charges from 2% to 3% of each foreign purchase transaction.

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