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UK applicants

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  1. GN KURA

    Most if not all your deals are for the US, can any of these be utilised by those in the UK?

  2. rickyw

    Hi there,

    Have you seen this post? [URL]https://onemileatatime.com/choose-credit-card-outside-us/[/URL]

    If you have a US Social Security number, you’re able to get any of the US cards though

  3. GN KURA

    [QUOTE=”rickyw, post: 67942, member: 1436″]Hi there,

    Have you seen this post? [URL]https://onemileatatime.com/choose-credit-card-outside-us/[/URL]

    If you have a US Social Security number, you’re able to get any of the US cards though[/QUOTE]
    RICKYW
    I’ve read virtually everything on the website and have a fair bit of knowledge and experience of credit cards in the UK and use them constantly to enhance my points; I get a free companion voucher each year!
    But the problem is no one can get the cards or the benefits listed.

  4. MidSouthSkier

    Well, the cards on this site are issued by US banks and are targeted to US consumers. That post Ricky mentioned is currently the best resource we have for non-US folks. There are other bloggers here on the Boarding Area platform whose posts are more Euro-centric and there are some deals to be had there but banks in Europe don’t seem to offer the same types of welcome bonuses and incentives that the US banks do.

  5. rickyw

    I enjoy reading Gilbert from GodSaveThePoints, if you are looking for a UK focused blog. He’s on the boardingarea platform as well.

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