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researching travel rewards credit card that covers all airlines

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Mindjazz is right and I should have brought that up in my response.  I got 60,000 bonus when I got my amex PRG and 30,000 bonus when I got my amex delta.  I then sent my bonus from PRG to Delta and I have 90,000 miles.  I also got 40,000 pts from my Venture card.  So yes look around for who is giving out a good bonus on airlines that fit your needs.

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I dont know about all... But you could look at Cap1 Venture or Chase CSP

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A lot depends on your credit score. Also, many cards offer additional benefits, and your reward points go further if you book through their websites. American Express and Chase Sapphire Preferred offer this. Bank of America Travel Rewards is offering a 20,000 point bonus now.  Barclays World Elite Mastercard offers a 40,000 point bonus.

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