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How does an airline credit card work?

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The airline card is ideal for customers who frequently travel, the card accumulates points and gives discounts on various airlines or hotels, and one can also accumulate flyer miles with the every usage of the credit card. These credit cards are also referred to travel card as well. The Miles by Discover card gives 12,000 miles as a bonus, along with one thousand miles in the first year for every purchase made.

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