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What rewards does Hyatt credit card offer? Is it worth applying for it?

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Hyatt credit card is a co-branded card of Hyatt offered by Chase that gives you 3 points for staying at all Hyatt hotels and resorts, 2 points for restaurant or airline tickets purchased directly from the airline and at car rental agencies and 1 point on all other purchases. There is also a sign-up… Continue reading

I’m interested in the Westgate rewards program, but I think there may be better ones out there for me. How can I tell which travel rewards program offers the best deals?

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You’re smart to shop around. There are so many different rewards programs out there, and they are all different. Continue reading

Considering the Discover it Miles card for a family vacation to Disney. I read that the points could be redeemed for hotel stays. Does this include Disney resorts? Also, will I be able to redeem points for free tickets from Continental Airlines, I believe they are called United now.

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Yes, you can redeem miles earned with Discover it® Miles for any travel expenses. Travel expenses include such expenses as airline tickets, hotel rooms, car rentals, travel agents, online travel sites, and commuter transportation Continue reading

I often stay at Radisson hotels and I wander if I qualify for the Carlson Visa card. My credit is not good, around 650 EX and 679 with TU.

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As a rule co-branded cards, or hotel cards, are offered to people with an established credit history. Continue reading

I used to have the Fairmont credit card, and I really like the features that it came with. Ever since I stopped travelling, I had no use for the Fairmont hotel credit card though. I was wondering if there are any other credit cards with similar features that you would be able to recommend?

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Well, that depends on what feature was it that you liked most about the Fairmont card. Was it the reasonable APR? If that is the case you may want to take a look into a low interest credit card. Continue reading

If I apply for the Club Carlson Visa card, where can I redeem earned points?

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You will be able to redeem earned points with partnering hotels worldwide. Some of the hotels are Radisson, Park Plaza, park inn and country. You can see all hotels on the group’s website. Continue reading

I just graduated college and have never had a credit card before. I recently started a job and have quickly realized how essential and potentially beneficial a good credit card can be. I will be traveling often and spending a lot of time in hotels so I want a card with good rewards, but I am unable to obtain one because of my non-existent credit score. I would really appreciate any recommendations you have for me to get started.

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Since you are just starting your credit history, you should carefully choose your first credit card. As a rule, people with no credit are recommended to apply for a secured credit card. Today, it is possible to find secured cards with low fees, interest rates or with rewards. Secured credit cards… Continue reading

How much cash back does the Discover it card offer on gas purchases and motel stays? Are the offers available all year?

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The Discover it® credit card has a general 1% cash back on all purchases and some cards will allow you to earn a 5% cash back in rotating categories. Continue reading

Which rewards credit cards offer the best value?

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Many rewards credit cards offer about the same basic value: one dollar spent equals one cent, one point, or one mile. When redeemed, one point or one mile is usually worth a maximum of one cent, which means you get at least one percent back on every dollar you spend. Cards that offer travel… Continue reading

What is the web site for me to check the balance of my new Hilton Citi Visa?

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Citibank Hilton Visa card offer has expired To access information about your Citibank Hilton Visa card, go to Citibank’s official website, citi.com, where you can get important account information, check your balance, and more. To access this service, you’ll need to register your account… Continue reading

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