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Good morning everyone, happy Wednesday! Sorry for not writing during the last few days, I was in Pismo Beach riding ATVs on the sand dunes over the weekend and busy earlier this week. Sneak peek: I have a great upcoming blog post about what to do with 50,000 JetBlue TrueBlue Points that doesn’t involve flying on JetBlue – stay tuned! In this post, I will share some interesting pieces of info about 3 of my new credit cards that I was recently approved for during my June App-O-Rama. If you haven’t done so already, please read the first credit card post: Bank of America Amtrak, Alaska Airlines Biz & Barclays Lufthansa Credit Card Art and Info. Here is a look at these 3 new credit cards:
- Citi AT&T Access More World MasterCard
- US Bank Korean Air SkyPass Visa Signature Credit Card
- Comenity Virgin America Visa Signature Credit Card
Here is the front and back of my Citi AT&T Access More World MasterCard. The word “access” is somewhat transparent and allows light to travel through the credit card. Like most Citi credit cards, the card number is on the back of the card and there are no raised letters or numbers.
Here is the approval letter that came with the credit card. The letter covers the sign up bonus details and says my Experian credit score is 766 (which is slightly higher than my Experian credit score of 759 that came with my Bank of America welcome letter).
Here is the earning structure of the credit card, showing which categories earn 3x and 2x Citi Thank You Points. The 10,000 anniversary bonus Citi TYPs after spending $10,000 looks good too.
Here is the front and back of the US Bank Korean Air SkyPass Visa Signature Credit Card. Personally, this credit card is an ugly shade of green that does not stand out.
Here is the welcome letter with details of the credit card. This isn’t super useful to me, but Korean Air offers bilingual customer service reps.
Here are the 2 Korean Air lounge passes that come with the credit card. Only credit card holders can use the lounge passes and you must have a valid Korean Air ticket to access the lounge.
Here is the front and back of the Comenity Virgin America Visa Signature Credit Card. This credit card is really weird since the front side is vertical and the back side is horizontal, which makes it kind of tricky to swipe this credit card correctly.
Here are the perks of using the credit card. No change or cancel fees will surely come in handy along with the $150 companion ticket discount.
If you have any questions about any of the credit cards or card benefits, please leave a comment below. Have a great day everyone!