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But for now it has no sense because the Diners Club cards in the US are no longer open to applications (but the program still has a global presence). If you are ready to consiter alternatives, know that most travel rewards credit cards will simply allow you to redeem earned miles/points for travel statement credits or cash. However, there are some offers that allow points/miles transfers to frequent flyer programs. This type of travel cards is good for those who want an alternative to a co-branded credit card. When you choose a card that allows points transfers, you should first of all now which partners participate in the program.
For example, you may pay attention to the Discover it® Miles with no annual fee. The card allows you to earn 1.5 miles for every dollar spent on all purchases. At the end of the first year, all the miles you've earned will be matched. The earned rewards can be redeemed for any travel purchase (airline tickets, hotel rooms, car rentals, travel agents, online travel sites and commuter transportation), gas station purchases, and dining.