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Multiple credits cards for one airline

Multiple credits cards for one airline

  1. Anonymous

    I live in both in the UK and Canada. I have an Amex British Airways card linked to my UK BA membership number. I was considering getting the RBC British Airways card to use when I’m in Canada. I use all my points and it would be super useful to have companion voucher both in Canada and the UK? Would there be any issue with having both cards.

  2. David W

    I dont see any issue with that – go for it. I dont know the exact terms of the companion voucher but does it really matter where youre based? I thought it was only valid on BA flights anyway. I think the Canadian card could be liked to your UK BAEC membership.

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