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bs6054
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Re: Credit card for traveling with work

The other question is what sort of rewards do you want?   Sometimes people who travel 100% for work don't want to travel on their own time as well (and, depending on policy) you can get plenty of miles straight from the airline from the travel.  In those type of cases, a straight 2% cashback card might be good.

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Re: Credit card for traveling with work

 


bs6054 wrote:

The other question is what sort of rewards do you want?   Sometimes people who travel 100% for work don't want to travel on their own time as well (and, depending on policy) you can get plenty of miles straight from the airline from the travel.  In those type of cases, a straight 2% cashback card might be good.


i will only be flying once every 3 weeks at the moment.  Rewards for dining out and others is my top request.


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