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Business   15.32%
Balance Transfer   16.89%
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Cash Back   17.60%
Student   17.79%
Instant Approval   20.15%
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Updated: 2019-04-23
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Best credit cards for airport lounge access

By Aaron Broverman
Published: June 05, 2018

Relax or work away from the crowds while you wait for your flight. These cards offer complimentary access to airport lounges around the world.

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