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Best Travel Credit Cards

The credit card arena is getting increasingly competitive, and major banks and airlines are all battling for customers armed with a variety of credit card options. This is especially true when it comes to travel rewards. In the realm of travel credit cards, card rewards are steadily escalating, and companies are offering high sign-up bonuses, travel statement credits, and the ability to earn double points on purchases. As travelers become savvier, the opportunities to use credit card rewards to finance experiences become more plentiful.

If you are currently in the market for a new travel card, check out five of the best credit cards for travel now.

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Platinum Card American Express

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With a 550 dollar annual fee, this card comes at a steep price but has the rewards to support the cost. Cardholders can earn up to 75,000 points after spending five thousand dollars in the first three months. The AmEx Platinum Card allows up to fifteen dollars per month for Uber, a one hundred dollar credit for TSA Pre-Check or Global Entry application fees, and a two hundred dollar fee credit with a selected airline towards airline fees. Additionally, this card provides easier access to Gold Status from both Starwood Preferred Guest and Hilton Honors. For heavy travelers, the benefits of this card could easily cover its high price tag, but remember balances on American Express cards must be paid off in full every month. As with most travel cards, the Platinum Card from American Express has no foreign transaction fees. However, be careful when relying on this card on international trips as you are likely to encounter establishments that do not accept AmEx cards.

Continue reading to reveal the details on the next travel credit card, Chase Sapphire Preferred.

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