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I’ve recently discovered that my Chase Fairmont credit card has been discontinued. I used this card to collect rewards on my Fairmont hotel stays. Is there any other way for me to collect rewards on my hotel stays?

Answered on | Updated on January 13th, 2019
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Yes, there are actually a few ways for you to continue earning rewards on your Fairmont hotel stays. Since you had the Chase Fairmont card, you are most likely already a member of the Fairmont loyalty program “President’s Club.” As a member of the club, you will be able to earn a certain amount of airline miles based on your level of status, every time you complete an eligible stay. In addition to being a member of the Fairmont rewards program, you can double up on your rewards by applying for a general rewards credit card and using it to book your stays. By doing this, you will earn rewards from Fairmont’s reward program and the credit card’s reward program every time you book and complete an eligible stay. For example, you may consider the Discover it® Miles credit card. Earn unlimited 1.5x Miles for every dollar spent on all purchases all with no annual fee. Discover will match ALL the Miles you’ve earned at the end of your first year, automatically (if you are a new cardmemebr). For example, if you earn 35,000 Miles, you get 70,000 Miles. That’s $700 towards travel! Easily redeem Miles as a statement credit for travel purchases. Or get cash.

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