Day trading the currency market Kathy Lien Zicapus
Back when international credit card transactions traveled along undersea phone lines, banks started charging fees for the convenience of switching francs, pounds or yen over to dollars. Today, with instant Internet authorizations and real-time currency conversion, it hardly seems fair to charge a foreign transaction fee. Fortunately, a growing number of banks agree.
In late 2011, Discover made a play for the wallets of frequent travelers by eliminating foreign transaction fees and ramping up its travel rewards cards. Partnerships with Japan’s JCB and China’s UnionPay mean that many merchants throughout Asia now accept the Discover Card.
Like Capital One’s Venture Card, Discover uses “miles” instead of points to track your rewards. New cardholders can earn 1, 000 bonus miles each month during the first 2 years with the card, plus an extra 1, 000 miles at signup. Beyond that, you’ll earn 2 miles for every dollar you spend, for a reward value that exceeds Discover’s typical CashBack Bonus.
Chase rolled out a series of travel credit cards aimed at business and luxury travelers over the past year. One of today’s best airline credit card deals includes bonus rewards points in BA’s Executive Club just for hitting spending goals in the first 12 months.
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