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USAirways credit card announces no foreign transaction fees

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Goodbye Foreign Transaction Fees

Now you can enjoy purchases with no foreign transaction fees when you use your US Airways Dividend Miles® MasterCard® in Dublin, Paris, or Shanghai. In fact, no matter where you shop abroad, you'll enjoy this new benefit.

And when you're en route, don't forget to take advantage of 25% in-flight savings on food, beverages, and headset purchases on US Airways and American Airlines operated flights.¹ This savings will appear as a credit on your statement.

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