I often book airline tickets and hotel stays through CheapOair and the service offers me to apply for their credit card. Do you think it is a good idea? My credit is good and I already have two Visa cards.
Answered on Friday, May 26th, 2017 by
Amy Miller

First of all, you should decide whether you need a new credit card at all. If you think a new credit card will be a good help for you, then think if you will be able to manage one more credit card. It is easy to ruin your credit score, but it takes time and efforts to build it back to what it once was. Once you’ve decided to apply for a new credit card, make sure the CheapOair credit card is what you need. When you book flights and hotel stays through CheapOair, their credit card can help you save on their services. Be ready to receive the CheapOair credit card that does not have a Visa logo on it. Only the issuer decides which credit card you’ll get. If the CheapOair is not the only service you use to book flights, you may want to see other travel rewards credit cards that will reward you for all purchases.

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