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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 try to choose between FlexPerks travel rewards card and Discover it Miles card. Earlier I had a Discover cash back card, and now I need a second credit card for my travel in the near future.

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The FlexPerks Travel Rewards offers a good rewards program, but has an annual fee starting second year of cardmembership and has some redemption limits. This card is not the best choice for your next travel. We would recommend you apply for the Discover it® Miles card. Continue reading

Is there a credit card which allows earning miles and redeem them for Aeromexico or Interjet tickets?

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The Discover it® Miles credit card will allow you earning miles on all your purchases. The earned miles can be redeemed for tickets with any airline (including Aeromexico), hotel stays, rental cars and even cash. The card does not have a sign up bonus but all miles you earn your first year… Continue reading

Are there any alternatives to cruise credit cards? I want to earn good rewards anywhere I shop for Oceania Cruise to Alaska, not only on cruise purchases.

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If you want to earn rewards on all purchases at a good rate, choose from general travel rewards credit cards. This type of cards often offers fixed rewards on all purchases and may give you more flexibility, lower APRs and other perks. Continue reading

I like Princess Cruises credit card sign-up bonus. I have an opportunity to grab it, but I’m not sure I will be able to go on cruise. Will points earned expire?

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Unfortunately, Princess Cruises credit card rewards expire if you are not using your Princess Cruises credit card. As an option, you can use your Princess Cruises credit card for everyday shopping in order to keep earned points. However, Princess Cruises card earn just a tiny amount of rewards on… Continue reading

I’m looking for a prestige card with a big sign-up bonus and options like free checked bag or priority boarding. What is the best option?

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Credit card benefits like free checked bag or priority boarding are often given by airlines co-branded credit cards, for example, Delta or United credit cards. Continue reading

Do all of the FlexPerks cards have an annual fee?

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U.S. Bank offers three types of FlexPerks credit cards. The FlexPerks Gold Credit card has an annual fee at the rate $85. The FlexPerks Travel Rewards cards comes with an annual fee that is $0 for the first card and $49 for the second. The FlexPerks Select+ credit card comes without any annual fee, but… Continue reading

Next year I’ll be travelling a lot to Europe, so I’m trying to choose a good credit card for my trips. I thought to apply for a flexperks travel rewards card, but it has an annual fee and no intro APR on purchases. Can you recommend another card?

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Since you are looking for a travel rewards credit card with 0% intro APR period and no annual fee, we would recommend you the Discover it® Miles card. This card allows to earn 1.5 miles for every dollar you charge to the card. This is a very simple rewards program: a dollar spent and 1.5… Continue reading

I’m planning to buy an Oceania Cruise next year and want to earn some miles to redeem for cruises. But I can’t find Oceania Cruise credit card. Can you help?

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Unfortuntely, Oceania doesn’t offer co-branded credit cards. Consider applying for a general travel rewards credit cards from major banks. Continue reading

What is the best credit card for Ocenia cruise?

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Using the right credit card can help you earn discounts and sometimes even free cruise tickets. To find the best credit card you should understand what are your goals and preferences. If you prefer particular cruises and travel with this cruise line a lot, then a co-branded cruise card may be a good… Continue reading

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