Considering the best-ever offer on the Barclaycard Arrival Plus card? Don’t forget, you can usually only get 1 or 2 Barclaycards per year, so it’s worth comparing a few different Barclaycard cards, to make sure you’re getting the cards that make most sense for you.
For example, if you’re looking for flexibility, the Barclaycard Arrival Plus card is likely your best option. But if JetBlue flies from your home airport, you might consider 1 of the Barclaycard JetBlue cards. Or if you want to earn hotel points, you could apply for the Barclaycard Wyndham Rewards card.
You have options!
Cheers to Saving $525 on Airfare With the Increased Sign-Up Bonus on the Barclaycard Arrival Plus Card!
So I’ll share the details of the 5 best Barclaycard offers. And help you decide which cards are best for your situation.
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Emily and I always tell our readers the best credit card offers – even if it means we don’t earn a commission.
I will always list the best credit card offer I’m aware of, even if it’s not my affiliate link. And I’m always grateful when readers bring better offers to our attention!
We Want You to Achieve Your Travel Goals More Than We Want to Earn a Commission
I’ll list the top 10 cards that do NOT currently earn us a commission but DO earn you Big Travel with Small Money!
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Million Mile Secrets Reader Tom commented:
Last time I signed up for a credit card, I didn’t get the sign-up bonus because I didn’t meet the minimum spending requirement. I cancelled it last year. If I sign-up again, can I qualify for the bonus?
That’s an interesting question, Tom!
The answer really depends on which BANK issued your credit card. Different banks have different Terms & Conditions for receiving the bonus.
For example, you are only eligible for sign-up bonuses of American Express once per lifetime, but Barclaycard credit cards have no such rules!
Knowing the Rules for Credit Card Sign-Up Bonuses Will Bring You Big Travel!
Let’s examine the sign-up bonus rules from some of the most common issuing banks.
Million Mile Secrets reader, Iliana wants to increase her Barclaycard approval chances and tweeted:
My son’s girlfriend got the wrong JetBlue card. How soon can she apply for the JetBlue Plus Credit Card after she cancels her other card?
It’s easy to accidentally apply for the wrong credit card. Card names can sound strikingly similar!
You do NOT have to cancel your current Barclaycard credit card to be approved for the JetBlue Plus card.
However, there are still things to know before you apply for another Barclaycard credit card.
The Barclaycard JetBlue Plus Credit Card Will Give You Big Travel, as Long as You’re Near a City JetBlue Serves!
I’ll give you tips on applying for Barclaycard credit cards!
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Million Mile Secrets reader Alex writes:
I was wondering if you can give me advice on choosing the right credit card. I already have a Miles & More (Lufthansa) account and ~30,000 miles or so in there.
I’m located in Miami and I try to stick to Lufthansa or Star Alliance partners as my preferred airlines. I fly at least 2 times a year to Europe or Asia but also make some trips within the US.
Great question, Alex! It can be hard to decide which miles & points to collect for your trip, especially if you’re new to our hobby.
If you already have an idea of where & how you want to travel and which airlines or alliances you prefer, you can narrow down your choices of which credit cards to apply for.
And knowing which airlines serve your home airport will help a great deal in making a decision!
Figuring out Which Miles & Points to Collect Doesn’t Have to Be Hard! I’ll Show You How to Choose
I’ll give you tips for how to decide which cards to apply for, depending on your home airport, airline preferences, and travel goals!
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