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(Offers on this page are now expired and are no longer available.) With a substantial annual fee of $450 and the recent devaluation of the American Airlines Award chart, many may be left wondering if the Citi AAdvantage Executive World Elite Mastercard Read full post »
(Offers on this page are now expired and are no longer available.) The following is the October 2016 edition of what we consider the Top 10 credit card products available at the moment. The list is based on a combination of factors, including Read full post »
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One of the eternal conundrums many frugal travelers face is managing their relationships with each of the banks they do business with. Many of us carry at least one credit card from each of the major credit issuing banks, reaping the rewards Read full post »
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