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Do you have a preferred airlines carrier? Each carrier sponsors its own co-branded credit card rewards program. If you happen to travel with United a lot, in addition to the Chase United Explorer you can supplement it with the Ink Bold, Ink Plus, and Sapphire Preferred. If you often fly Delta, I would wait for a bigger sign-up bonus, but for now you can get the Amex Premier Rewards Gold with 50k points transferable to Delta Skymiles. If you fly AA or US Airways, I would get credit cards for both AA and US Airways since these two airlines carriers are going to merge.

 

Nice income bump by the way! Are you graduating from law school or something? Smiley Tongue

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