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Citi Prestige Card No longer accepting application

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Amex Gold offers free Clear membership

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Hilton hotel adds surcharge for using a credit card

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Am I Better Off Earning 4x Amex Points or 5x Citi/Chase Points?

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Thoughts on Bilt, the new credit card that rewards you for paying rent?

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iPhone Outright Purchase

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100,000K Marriott points or 3 free nights?

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Chase reserve medical evacuation benefit

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Amex or JetBlue MasterCard

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Citi Premier 3x travel points

Citi Premier 3x travel points

  1. Anonymous

    On a recent trip to South America l booked some in-country local tours with a local agency and used my Citi Premier card. When my statement came through, this charge was only credited with 1x points even though the merchant code showed Travel Agency. I called and the agent told me that some travel agencies weren’t crediting properly and she opened a case to get me the extra points. I only noticed the error as the charge was rather large and the error stood out. How closely do you check that you’re getting the proper credit for each charge?

  2. Gaurav

    Not as closely as I should. Chase is good in displaying points awarded per charge. AmEx and Citi don’t and it’s harder to figure out if you’ve been credited correctly. Sometimes vendors also don’t use the correct codes which makes things harder.

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