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Best Travel Credit Card for UK Resident?

Best Travel Credit Card for UK Resident?

  1. Anonymous

    Hi – I recently moved to London and need a UK credit card. Does anyone have advice on the best travel credit card for a UK resident to get / use points for miles? I want one that does not have any foreign transaction fees.

    I will be flying back to the US 2-3x a year, probably mostly on British Airways, so I was looking at the below cards. However I can’t decide if it’s worth paying for the one with the annual fee. Any advice?
    [URL]http://www.britishairways.com/en-gb/executive-club/collecting-avios/credit-cards[/URL]

    However, I might also be flying on United (and actually have a US United Mileage Plus Card) so does anyone have advice on United credit cards?

    THANKS!

  2. Gaurav

    Tricia–US cards tend to be much more generous with benefits and bonuses. Is there some way for you to use a US no foreign exchange card instead of a UK card?

  3. Tricia

    I’m going to be using it a lot for work travel and I’ll be reimbursed in pounds, so it’ll be easier to have a UK card I can pay off in pounds. I do still have my US United Airlines credit card I can use need be and earn miles there!

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