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Best travel card, already burnt Chase-United, barclays arrival plus, Capital one venture rewards

Best travel card, already burnt Chase-United, barclays arrival plus, Capital one venture rewards

  1. Anonymous

    I am looking to apply for a new travel credit card for International travel to Asia (India and Singapore mainly). However I have already burnt few good travel credit cards in the past including-
    1. Chase- United Mileage explorer- closed after using their 50,000 miles and closed the card.
    2. [SIZE=4][COLOR=#000000][URL=’’][COLOR=#404040]Barclay Arrival Plus World Elite Mastercard- closed after using miles[/COLOR][/URL][/COLOR][/SIZE]
    3. Capital One Venture rewards- Already used their 50,000 miles- still have the card. Planning to close before annual fee for next year hits!
    4. Delta Gold Skylines- Yes, do have their 50,000 ‘air pesos’ but might keep the card for domestic travel.

    Which will be a good travel card to apply next?

  2. MidSouthSkier

    What airlines/alliances do you typically fly on your trips? That might make a difference as to what points/miles to accumulate.

  3. Gaurav

    Also, the cards you mention can be reapplied for after their specified periods. Do you usually travel Y or premium cabins?

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