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Best Credit Cards To Travel With In 2017

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Besides being convenient, it’s much safer to travel with a credit card. However, with so many credit cards to choose from, how does one know which credit cards are best to use for traveling?

With a credit card, you don’t have to worry about carrying cash with you. And, there’s no reason to feel apprehension about overseas transaction fees either. Forbes noted more credit card users had waived foreign transaction fees. There are a plethora of credit cards that provide some amazing perks for people who travel.

If you want to travel in 2017, which one would be best for you to travel with?

Best Signing Bonus

The two best cards for the signing bonus include Capital One Venture Rewards Credit Card and Chase Sapphire Preferred Card. They offer amazing signing bonuses. Chase Sapphire gives 50,000 bonus points once $4,000 is spent within the first three months after the account is opened. They also provide flexible rewards.

Capital One will give users 40,000 bonus miles after $3,000 is spent in the first three months after the card has been approved.

Airline Miles

When it comes to airline miles, you don’t get much better than Barclaycard Arrival Plus World Elite, as it gives you two times the miles as you spend on your purchase. You also get 50,000 bonus miles after $3,000 is spent within three months.

Airport Lounge Access

Citi Prestige Card and American Express Platinum Card are the cards you need for airport lounge access. AE’s card will give you $200 gives you access to over 1,000 airport lounges along with a $300 airline free credit. Citi’s card will give you a yearly $250 air travel credit and access to the American Airlines Admirals Club and tons of VIP Priority Pass Select lounges.

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