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    Credit Card with Perks for Bikers

    Hey! 👋

    Anyone aware of a Credit Card with neat perks for bikers, i.e. discounts and/or travel perks or so for bikers?

    The only ones I can think of are maybe United or Delta where you can hope for (oversize?) luggage allowance, or maybe REI or so... but donít have experience.

    Chase Sapphire treats me well on foreign travel and rental car insurance and nonsense...

    Any thoughts?
    IMTB

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    Bikers? Like with black leather jackets and chain wallets?

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    Get any card with cash back and you can spend the money however you want.

    If you shop at REI their MasterCard card pays back nicely. https://www.reimastercard.com/credit...c&lang=en&exp=

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nat View Post
    Get any card with cash back and you can spend the money however you want.

    If you shop at REI their MasterCard card pays back nicely. https://www.reimastercard.com/credit...c&lang=en&exp=
    I've had the REI Mastercard for a few years now and I love it. I put a $320 dent in the cost of a Kuat Sherpa rack this year.
    AreBee

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    If you're just looking for discounts, USA Cycling offers Experticity as part of your membership and race license. Experticity pretty much subsidized the cost of my joining USA Cycling, race license and any other fees. But you gotta buy stuff to save money...

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    A cycling specific card seems way too narrow of a focus.

    Having a family and a Costco within 7 miles of my house, I find their Visa card awesome. 4% reward on gas, 3% on restaurants and travel, 2% on Costco purchases and 1% on everything else. Reward certificate can be turned in for cash at the register.

    United and Delta hose people on bike box fees. Southwest is not bad.

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