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PenFed launches a new travel card that rewards you for everyday purchases 
Latest: PenFed launches a new travel card that rewards you for everyday purchases

In addition to offering up to 4 points per dollar on travel purchases, the new PenFed Pathfinder Rewards American Express card offers a 25,000-point sign-up bonus and a 0-percent intro APR on balance transfers for a limited time.



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Updated: 01-16-2018