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Chase and Korean Air

Chase and Korean Air

  1. Anonymous

    Hi Lucky,

    So the Chase is ending its reward program with Korean Air.
    Previously they did this and after few month was back in business.
    Do you think that this might happen again. So debating whether or not to get a new card or wait and see where things goes.
    Any other card that you would suggest? I was adding up mileage to travel to Korea again.
    would Delta rewards cards would be helpful?

    thanks,
    Hannah

  2. David W

    Delta is good, you can use their miles for China Airlines. Other Amex cards can have points transferred to Aeroplan.

    Chase’s points can be transferred to United or Singapore Airlines, which are also good. Citibank;s TY points can be trasnferred to LifeMiles which is great.

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