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Best travel credit cards to get, if you are living in europe

Best travel credit cards to get, if you are living in europe

  1. Anonymous

    Hello,

    I am very interested in traveling the way you do, I am living in Sweden.
    and am trying to figure out what cards i should get to get the most out of my use. and where i can apply could you maybe help me with that because i really want to have this traveling experences as resonable as possible

  2. David W

    Have you look at website of various banks in Sweden and seeing what credit card products are on offer?

    Also check if CitiBank, Chase and American Express are available since there may be local versions of their cards and could have transfer partners.

  3. No Name

    Unless you have access to US credit cards try looking at a Swedish forum.

    If my google skills have not failed me try this.
    [URL]http://www.businessclass.se/forum/forums/kreditkort.16/[/URL]

    [USER=29]@David W[/USER]
    EU Amex normally have very different transfer partners to the US card, often far poorer choices as well.

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