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British Airways Credit Cards: Everything You Need To Know

British Airways Credit Card

When I talk to my friends about British Airways, they often wonder why I would focus on an airline that doesn’t fly within the United States.

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The Best Credit Cards to Use For Any Hotel Stay (Including Airbnb)

best credi cards for the hotel stay

It’s satisfying when you can book a hotel room with points. There are literally thousands of hotels around the world where you can use points from hotel cards and other travel cards to stay for free.

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Capital One Balance Transfers: Everything You Need to Know

capital one balance transfer

When you’re in debt, the two best ways to pay off the balances are debt consolidation and 0% balance transfers. If you can pay off the balances within 1 to 2 years, you’re better off with a credit card balance transfer.

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The Best Payment Platform for Your Business: Paypal, Square, Stripe and Braintree Compared

best payment platforms

Businesses of all sizes are looking for new ways to accept payments in our fast-paced global economy. Checks are practically a thing of the past and, luckily, getting paid for goods and services is getting a lot easier.

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American Express Pre-Approval: Your Guide to Pre-Qualify for the Best Cards

How to prequalify for an Amex Card

I remember the days when qualifying for an American Express card was a sign of privilege. If you could throw down an Amex card, you probably had more money than most.

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What Is Price Protection, Why Is It Valuable and Which Credit Cards Offer It?

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Price Protection is a benefit that you may not know about, but you are missing out on some serious savings if you aren’t using it. When used to their fullest, price protection benefits could rival the credit card rewards that you earn. Many of the major card issuers, including Capital One, and Citi, offer this coverage. These are our top picks for cards with Price Protection.

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Best Credit Cards Offering Price and Return Protection

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Chase is eliminating return and price protections for all of its cards. If these valuable protections are important to you, check out our list of excellent alternatives from Citi, Discover and American Express. Let’s take a look at what each issuer offers before getting into the specific cards.

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Chase Eliminating Price Protection and Return Protection From Credit Cards

Chase Eliminating Price Protection

Chase is eliminating return and price protection on all of its credit cards. The popular Sapphire Preferred, Sapphire Reserve and Ink Business Preferred cards will lose these benefits on August 26, 2018. And price and return protection are expected to be removed from all other Chase credit cards soon thereafter. That means that you could be missing out on hundreds of dollars of savings in the near future.

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American Airlines’ Reduced Mileage Awards for June-September: Save Up to 7,500 Miles

Travelers who hold an American Airlines credit card are in for a real treat with the current list of reduced mileage awards for June through September. You can save up to 7,500 miles off AAdvantage award ticket redemptions on up to 166 destinations. And if you live in one of the featured airports, you can fly anywhere in the continental United States at a discount.

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Positive Changes Coming To American Express: Better Warranty and Purchase Protections

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If you’re an American Express cardholder, you’ve likely been following along closely to all of the upcoming changes, especially if you are an SPG or Marriott member. Amidst new changes, American Express recently sent a notice with your most recent billing statement about a couple of positive upgrades the company is making to two of its policies: enhanced purchases protection and the extended warranty.

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United Airlines Credit Cards: Everything You Need To Know

United Airlines Credit Cards

United Airlines is one of the big three carriers in the United States. You can earn United MileagePlus miles through several co-branded credit cards and with transfers from partner programs.

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Capital One Adds Global Entry/TSA PreCheck to Venture Card

Capital One Adds Global Entry/TSA PreCheck to Venture Card

Capital One added a major perk to its Venture card to make your travels more effortless and smooth. And just in time for your vacations this summer! This proves why the Venture card is one of the top credit cards for travel rewards.

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Metal Credit Cards: Everyone Should Have One (Best 9 Offers of 2019)

Best 9 offers of metal credit cards

Metal credit cards are cool. Come on, you know it’s true! It’s hard to beat that clank as you throw down your card while checking out. Everyone notices.

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Barclays Arrival Plus Credit Card Returns From the Dead

Word has leaked that the Barclays Arrival Plus credit card will soon be available online. This credit card offers 2.1% in travel rewards on all purchases when you include the 5% rebate on redemptions. Combined with the strong sign-up bonus, this is a valuable addition to any traveler’s wallet.

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Valuable Visa Signature Benefits You Might Not Know You Have

Visa Signature Card tips and benefits

You’re probably familiar with the different payment networks credit cards use, like Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover. But did you know that there are different subcategories within Visa itself? You can get a traditional Visa, Visa Signature or premium Visa Infinite card.

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Is the Alaska Platinum Plus Credit Card Being Eliminated?

Alaska Platinum Visa credit card is being eliminated?

Yesterday I noticed that the Alaska Airlines Visa Signature card was now being advertised as just a Visa card on the Bank of America website. But on Alaska’s site it still says Visa Signature. I had to wonder, is BoA dropping Visa Signature benefits on the card?

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Get on the A-List Immediately With This Southwest Status Match Promotion

SouthWest A-List benefits

Southwest Airlines may not offer premium seats, but you can still earn extra benefits when you get on the A-List. Usually, you’d need to fly 25 one-way segments or earn 35,000 tier-qualifying points to earn A-List status in the Rapid Rewards program.

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7 Best Credit Cards for International Travel

Your flight is booked, the hotel is reserved, the suitcase is packed and you’re ready to jet set around the world like everyone else on social media. But did you pack the right credit card?

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Best Credit Cards If You’re Over Chase’s 5/24 Rule

Chase has the most restrictive application rules of any credit card issuer. Their infamous 5/24 rule limits you to five new credit card accounts in the last 24 months. If you’ve gotten five (or more) new cards in the past two years, Chase will deny your application. You won’t be able to get most Chase credit cards.

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Transfer Citi ThankYou Points to Cathay Pacific and Earn a 15% Bonus

Get your %15 bonus with Citi ThankYou

One of the best benefits of the Citi ThankYou rewards program is being able to transfer points to one of 15 airline partners. Right now there is a limited time offer to receive a 15 percent bonus when transferring Citi ThankYou points to Cathay Pacific’s Asia Miles program.

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