All airline cards are typical and offer you an increased number of miles for a flight on that airline and 1 mile per dollar for all other purchases. Frankly, you can do better than that. A general travel card will give you more miles for all purchases. A good example is the Discover it® Miles card. You get 1.5 miles for all purchases and all earned miles are matched at the end of the first year (provided you are a new cardmember). One such card can replace several co-branded cards. That’s a pretty good deal.
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