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The Expedia®+ Voyager Card from Citi expire
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If you want to use a card everyday and you use Expedia once in a while, then there are two options for you. The first one is acquiring a specific Expedia co-branded card, Expedia®+ Voyager Card from Citi (expired offer). It offers fine points for Expedia fans, such as 4 Expedia+ bonus points per $1 spent on eligible Expedia purchases including flights, hotels, activities and travel packages. There are also 2 points for dining and entertainment and 1 on all other purchases. Expedia offers a 25,000 points welcome bonus which you can receive after you spend $2,000 within 3 months of account opening. That's moderate for such a card, but can be nice if you can qualify for a bonus without overspending. 4 points for Expedia purchases is ok if you are an avid Expedia fan. Otherwise the card is not very valuable. If you only book once a month, nothing is going to justify $95 annual fee, which you will have to pay from the very first year. So, the card is good if you are after the sign-up bonus, but really isn't worth paying almost $100 every year. We wouldn't really recommend it to anyone unless they travel every month with Expedia.
If you really want a card to carry with you to shops and use everywhere (Expedia included), better get a universal card. Travel credit cards nowadays are pretty universal and offer good rewards on all categories, there are usually increased rewards for travel purchases.