03-16-2011 08:07 PM - edited 03-16-2011 08:07 PM
I have both a Barclays Juniper card and the US Airways card, so I think it's possible. However, I previously had the US Airways card with Bank of America, and had it transferred to Barclays several years ago, so I never actually applied for the second account with them. So I wouldn't completely swear to it.
03-17-2011 08:08 AM
I've got a Frontier Airlines Mastercard and a AirTran Visa card through them
03-18-2011 01:19 AM
I currently have a Barclays B&N card and have my eye on their USAir card as well.
Will Barclays allow you to have two of their products?
Yes, I have their Juni Visa and Travelocity Amex.
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