I am planning a vacation and looking to apply for a credit card to pay for it. I was on the Cheapoair website and saw their credit card. Should I get their card since I’m going to book tickets at that site?
Answered on Monday, June 26th, 2017 by
Amy Miller

A CheapOair credit card may be a good option, but there always is a better one. CheapOair cards do not have 0% intro APR, which could be a real help. Look at the regular travel rewards credit cards. Many of them come with 0% intro APRs that will allow you to spread your expenses and pay no interest for a period of time. If you are going to travel abroad, it will be wise to consider a credit card without foreign transaction fees. CheapOair credit cards charge 3% for each transaction in a foreign currency. Travel rewards credit cards often do not charge this fee.
CheapOair credit cards are good for those who use the service all the time, and if you are not going to use it often, a regular travel rewards credit card can be a better option for you.

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