Introduction to US Credit Cards: Which Card Should I Choose?

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I have received lots of questions from our readers, such as:

  • I usually fly EVA Air for US – Taiwan route, and I currently have some miles in EVA Air’s program. Which  credit card should I have for better use?
  • I have already set up All Nippon Airways’ (ANA) family account, so I would like to know which credit card is the best for me to earn more ANA miles.
  • I usually fly short-haul flights much more than long-haul flights. Can you tell me which credit card is the best for me?

I think it would be better to write an article for the newbies so you guys could understand the basic knowledge about credit cards for points and miles. So this article will be a good material for the rookies to study at the first place, and then you can start to read our introduction articles about US credit cards:


If you have already had some earned miles of major airline programs:

Bonus spending categories for credit cards:

You can figure out the best way to earn miles based on the above tables. You could earn enough miles from flying and the credit cards you have chosen. Let’s start to earn more points and miles for flying!


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