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A credit card suggestion to support my travel mainly international between North America and Asia?

A credit card suggestion to support my travel mainly international between North America and Asia?

  1. Anonymous

    Hello Lucky,

    I am looking for another credit card preferrable to continue support my airline travel mainly internation between North America and Asia 2 (Hong Kong). I currently have AA credit card and chase Saaphire. What would you recommend me? I usually travel business class with oneworld + Mid East big three, and now I might try Singapore. Thank you so much!

    ps. I increasingly feel your posts are super helpful and became quite religious to your blog! haha. Thanks again.

  2. Anonymous

    @ Wesley C — Thanks for reading, I appreciate if! If traveling to Southeast Asia I might consider:
    — The SPG Personal and Business Cards for the ability to transfer points to partner airlines
    — The Chase Ink Plus/Bold so you can continue to build Ultimate Rewards points
    — Maybe the Citi Business AAdvantage Card if you don’t have it already
    — While it doesn’t have a huge sign-up bonus, the Amex EveryDay Preferred Card is tough to beat in terms of the return on everyday spend

    Hope that points you in the right direction!

  3. Anonymous

    Thank you so much for that swift informative response. I will definitely look into Chase Ink and Amex Everyday (you seem to mention this a lot, to clarify if I apply from your website, you’d get the benefits right? I want to make sure you get something from keeping this blog!) haha. Also side topic, can you talk about how to “book” JAL with AA somehow? I had great experience with JAL but now I can’t really do anything. Thank you.

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