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A lot of those credit cards have annual fees, but I have heard that sometimes they will waive the fee. Never hurts to ask!
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bethkay (rep: 948) posted Mar 02, 2013
I always thought that was common sense, but maybe people really aren't doing that.
@bethkay - yes, many do have annual fees, but there are also many that do not.
bbattag (rep: 7k) posted Mar 02, 2013
It's funny, most people I know pay the minimum like they are really getting a deal only having to pay $XX when their bills are $XXX. I love getting perks just for using cards I'm not paying a dime of interest on, nice to see an article that isn't just telling people to cut up their cards!
dealwagger (rep: 10.3k) posted Mar 02, 2013
My friend's advise to me was sign up for every card with every airlines LOL. This way your options are open when you fly.
lilywow (rep: 8.7k) posted Mar 02, 2013
You would probably be better off using cash-back cards rather than miles cards, even if your objective is to earn airfare. You would likely reach your goal sooner, with less spending. Also, popular cash-back cards like Chase Freedom and Discover More have no annual fees and the rewards never expire.
fluffy (rep: 2.2k) posted Mar 04, 2013
@fluffy Thanks for your input. Always a good idea to look at other options.
LindaKNor (rep: 22.8k) posted Mar 05, 2013
Great tip. Will remember this if I ever plan to go on holiday. :)
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