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Which type of card

Which type of card

  1. Anonymous

    I am a senior who travels overseas once a year and two or three times a year stateside.
    I have a cc that pays me 3x for travel and 2x for everything else.
    I am looking to add another cc but wonder if an airline or bank card might be better.
    Thanks for your help.

  2. David W

    Could make sense to get a card that has transferable points so make the overseas travel easier. Look into the Chase Sapphire cards, Amex Gold/Platinum cards and Citi ThankYou Premier/Prestige cards.

  3. Gaurav

    Paul, what is your current card?

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