Best credit card for International Transactions

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madmax87

Hello Everyone.Need to book ticket on United airline website costing around $2k.Which would be the best credit card to negate any forex charges.Any ongoing offer reward multiplier that can be utilised.
Kindly help.

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RBL card had an offer of zero conversion charge…. Don’t know the offer period….

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OneCard has 1% markup. PM for referral for superfast processing.

Global Niyo card has ZERO but it’s not a credit card, it’s more like a prepaid card but can be used anywhere in the world like a credit card.

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Hdfc with global value membership package…don’t remember clearly. Google or their care may help

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yolodime wrote:

OneCard has 1% markup. PM for referral for superfast processing.

Global Niyo card has ZERO but it’s not a credit card, it’s more like a prepaid card but can be used anywhere in the world like a credit card.

Yes i am aware about that but i need to book in day or two.

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andromeda wrote:

Hdfc with global value membership package…don’t remember clearly. Google or their care may help

Looks like they have now restricted this program to Infinia and DCB.Also activation will take more than 3 days.Looks like Regalia cc with 2% +gst is the only option for me

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Bhai, in case of flight tickets, better not to wait long for discounts/offers.

There are possibilities where price hike, by the time you find best discount. And later, you may feel that discount was of no use flushed

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madmax87 wrote:

Looks like they have now restricted this program to Infinia and DCB.Also activation will take more than 3 days.Looks like Regalia cc with 2% +gst is the only option for me

It was auto-renewed on my regalia although I don’t need for this year.

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Bank of Baroda Eterna Credit Card.

Travel / Dining / Online / International – 3.75% (max cap: 5000 RP/month)
Forex markup Fee: 2%+GST

This is want i saw in a Credit Card Expert Site… Just Verify though.

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madmax87 wrote:

Looks like they have now restricted this program to Infinia and DCB.Also activation will take more than 3 days.Looks like Regalia cc with 2% +gst is the only option for me

Please PM

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I have global value but I think it has some amount restrictions, best option is forex card issued by any bank

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yolodime wrote:

OneCard has 1% markup. PM for referral for superfast processing.

Global Niyo card has ZERO but it’s not a credit card, it’s more like a prepaid card but can be used anywhere in the world like a credit card.

Niyo card has zero markup fee but shitty conversion rates!

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IndusInd Pioneer debit/credit cards have zero markup fees I guess. But not sure about the conversion rates.

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desidime__admin wrote:

Niyo card has zero markup fee but shitty conversion rates!

Doesn’t it use the VISA conversion rate? Almost all other credit cards use that.

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