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What’s the best credit card for the UK

What’s the best credit card for the UK

  1. Anonymous

    Hi Lucky,
    I’m trying to figure out which credit card I should get to max out points. I thought that the chase sapphire preferred card would be best for the 2x on travel and dining but it’s an American credit card company and I live in the UK. Would this be a problem? And if so do you know if there’s a similar card in the UK with similar rewards?

  2. Will Garside

    Hi Lucky,
    I was wondering if I could apply for a chase sapphire preferred card if I live in the UK. If not is there a similar card with the same rewards in the UK?
    I know I posted the same question earlier but I accidentally submitted it signed out. Sorry if this caused any problems. Thanks

  3. David W

    Unless you have a financial presence in the US,, with a US tax ID number, you’re unable to apply for US credit cards. I believe cards in the UK aren’t as lucrative as they are in the US, in terms of a sign up bonus and rewards earning.

    This post might help: [URL][/URL]

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