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I planned to apply for Virgin America card but it looks like it is issued by Comenity Capital Bank. I had bad experience with them in the past and therefore decided not to apply. Can you recommend me a credit card with miles that I could use with Virgin Airlines and which is not issued by Comenity Bank?
Answered on Oct 31, 2011
Updated on Dec 4, 2014
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A travel rewards credit card issued by a major bank will allow you to earn miles on all your purchases. The cards may also come with sing up bonuses which are often enough for a round trip domestic airline ticket. Miles you earn on a travel rewards credit card can be redeemed for tickets with any airline, for hotel rooms, rental cars or cash.
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