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Best option for an SAA credit card

Best option for an SAA credit card

  1. Anonymous

    Hi there,

    I want to get a credit card to earn miles on SAA flights between Mauritius – South Africa (I’m going to be going back and forth a lot this year). I’m based in Mauritius but have a UK bank account and Amex card as well. Hoping to use miles to fly to South America. What’s the best credit card to get to earn the most miles that will facilitate my goal? I’m torn between getting an SAA Voyager credit card specially for this, and going for an Amex premier rewards card. Hope you can help!

  2. MidSouthSkier

    Hi Adam, unfortunately most of us are not super-familiar with the benefits of cards based outside the US. Maybe someone here can chime in.

  3. rickyw

    If you have access to UK cards, you may want to check out Miles from Blighty and/or God Save the Points… two great UK based blogs also on BoardingArea.

    As Midsouth says… unfortunately most of us on this forum aren’t well-versed in non-US based cards.

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