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Travel Tuesday: Paying with plastic

By KTVA CBS 11 News 9:03 AM January 14, 2014

Many airlines and partner companies offer special rewards programs for participating purchasers.

ANCHORAGE – When it comes to travel, some of the biggest savings can come in a tiny package.

Travel Guru Scott McMurren said there are countless perks to paying for travel with plastic, and many airlines and partner companies offer special rewards programs for participating purchasers.

Click the box above for all the details on the fine print.

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