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REVEALED: What I Carry in My Wallet, and How I Use Each Card

Since I offer advice on earning frequent flyer miles, often with credit cards and sometimes other financial techniques, I think it’s only fair to take an ‘open kimono approach’ with my own strategies. And the best way to do that is to share with you my wallet. Because that will shows you what I carry with me and to explain my thinking about each choice I make — a choice that’s constrained by space and so reveals a lot about me.
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