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I am a student and want to apply for the Travel Bank credit card. Is it a good option for me? I have no credit.

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The TravelBank credit card is not the best option for a student especially for someone without credit history. Travel cards are offered to people with established credit history. Continue reading

I had 78,000 miles expire on United. Called their customer service and no help at all. Never received any notice of expiration by email or phone. Sooo frustrated right now. Any thoughts on how to get them back?

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Indeed, when miles expire, it is very annoying. In fact, this is very common, a lot of United customers complain about losing their United MileagePlus miles. United also has a nasty habit of not notifying their customers about their miles expiring. Although check your junk mail – the email… Continue reading

I have the United Explorer credit card ($95/per year) and now I see United offers a no annual fee card – Travel Bank. Will I be able to downgrade my Explorer card to this card? Don’t fly United often lately.

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You should be able to downgrade your Explorer credit card to the Travel Bank credit card. For that, you should contact Chase or United to know the details. Just remember that when you downgrade, you will lose all the perks that are offered with the Explorer card. Continue reading

Does any of the United cards not have annual fee? I’ve only found Explorer Card with $95 and Mileage Plus Card with hefty $450 annual fee.

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All United credit cards have an annual fee. As you have mentioned cards come with annual fees up to $450. If you fly United often, some perks may cover this high annual fee. If you need a credit card without an annual fee, you can apply for a regular credit card with travel rewards. Such […] Continue reading

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