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Air France KLM World Elite Mastercard® Review: Excellent Welcome Offer + Elite Status Boost

With a great welcome offer and the ability to help you earn elite status, the Air France KLM World Elite Mastercard® makes a lot of sense if you regularly travel with Air France and KLM. The card is issued by Bank of America, so it's also one to consider if you've been shut out by Chase 5/24. One of the downsides, though, is that the card is short on airline benefits when compared to some of the competition. Do its other perks make up for it? Here's a closer look.

Understanding Rewards Credit Card Application Rules and Restrictions [2023]

Trying to figure out what your next credit card can be? Confused by all the credit card application rules by bank and issuer? This is our resource to help you navigate all the various restrictions, including Chase's infamous 5/24 Rule. There is a lot of incomplete information about credit card issuer restrictions, and much is unpublished. But we detail what we do know about major financial institutions' rules all in one place.

BankAmericard® Credit Card Review

The BankAmericard® credit card offers cardholders a generous 0% Intro APR on purchases and balance transfers. However, the card doesn't offer any cash back or points and miles — which may be a deal breaker for some. Here's what you need to know.

Bank of America® Unlimited Cash Rewards Credit Card Review

The Bank of America® Unlimited Cash Rewards credit card is a cashback credit card that earns a respectable 1.5% cashback on all purchases — a competitive offer when it comes to other no-annual-fee cashback cards. Even better, you can boost that earning rate to a whopping 2.625% cashback on all purchases. Here's how to do so and how this card stacks up against other cashback credit cards.

Free Museum Entry in 2018 With Bank of America

Bank of America’s Museums On Us program is back for 2018. The program which has been running for a few years has also increased the number of museums you can get free entry to from over 150 in 2017 to over 175 in 2018. The program allows you to use your debit or credit card to gain entry to museums across the US.

What is the Bank of America 2/3/4 Policy?

Bank of America has a new rule for credit card applications, which while not the same as Chase’s 5/24 rule, does place restrictions on new card approvals based on previous, recent card approval history with Bank of America.