My grandparents want me to apply for a Diner’s Club International card, but I’ve never even heard of this card. What’s the best card for me to get, if I want to earn cash back?
Answered on Sunday, May 7th, 2017 by
Amy Miller

The Diner’s credit card is an old-fashioned card that many people’s older relatives may have had and liked, and surprisingly, it is still in existence. But there are so many other cards available these days, it’s hard to say exactly which card will be right for you. Here are some things to consider when choosing which card to apply for. What is your credit score? If you have a good score, you’ll be eligible for credit cards that offer higher credit limits, better rewards, and lower interest rates. What sort of rewards are you most likely to use? You can get a card that offers statement credits for travel charges, cash back, gift cards, or frequent flyer rewards. Where will you use your card most often? If you regularly travel outside the country, you’ll want to be sure to get a card that doesn’t charge foreign transaction fees; these can add up, at around 2-3% extra for each purchase.

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