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    Lightbulb I need a free visa card.... which one?

    I want to ditch my capital one card and get a new visa card. But I want a free one that gives me points for crap. Hotels, airline miles, stuff like that. My parents have one that rewards them with holiday express points.... something like that. So what do you have that you like? Any thing I should look into? thanks!

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    I like the ones that give you airline points for free tickets. Lord knows it will come in handy with all the airlines jacking up thier prices.

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    citibank has a rewards program. Search online and find one bro

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    I just checked out citibanks 5% return on certain things. any thing else?

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    i think they have a rewards program also where you get discounts on hotels and such. AAA has a card were you get discounts at certain merchants you use your AAA credit card. Discover card has a cash back program and some kind of rewards but the interest rate sucks ass

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    It all depends on if you plan on keeping a balance on the card. If you do...then a low interest card is the best way to go. If you don't...then a dividend card or airmiles card is a good choice. As soon as you start paying interest...the points cards are not in your best interest.

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