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Bofa denied my application for the Allegiant credit card even though my credit is good and I always pay all my card on time. Is there another credit card that will allow me to earn and redeem miles with Allegiant?

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Leo Zhu

There are travel credit cards that are not tied to a particular airline and will allow you to earn miles (or points) and redeem them with any airline, including with Allegiant. Also, you may like the cash back rewards credit cards. These cards will also allow you to save on all your purchases and redeem earned cash back for travel expenses. We would recommend you to compare travel and cash back credit cards to see which credit card will be the best option for you.

  • Devin Peters

    You should choose discover it. Love everything about it, especially rewards program and the customer service.

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