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I am a MileagePlus Explorer Business card owner. This month 78,000 miles have expired. Called their customer service and no help at all. Never received any notice of expiration by email or phone. Sooo frustrated right now. Any thoughts on how to get them back?

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Indeed, when miles expire, it is very annoying. In fact, this is very common, a lot of United customers complain about losing their United MileagePlus miles. United also has a nasty habit of not notifying their customers about their miles expiring. Although check your junk mail - the email from... Continue reading
Are there credit cards to earn miles with Aegean airline?

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The U.S. residents can't get Aegean branded credit card - Aegean Bonus Visa credit card. The only way to earn rewards on Aegean Air is to get general card. You may like a travel rewards credit card which will earn you miles rewards. Such card will allow you to earn rewards with all airlines. All... Continue reading
FAQs Tags: Aegean, Air Miles
Where can I get an airline credit card?

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Nowadays in the era of the almighty internet connection the easiest way to get an airline credit card is online. A lott of sites have an online selection of airline cards of every sort. More than that, each airline has its own site where you can apply for a co-branded card of that airline. This is... Continue reading
What is the best way to earn Skymiles?

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If you've ever wondered how to earn SkyMiles, then you probably know that Delta has a loyalty program and credit cards that allow you to do so. Ideally, it would be best to have a Delta SkyMiles credit card and a Diamond status in the Delta's SkyMiles loyalty program. Easy said than done. ... Continue reading
FAQs Tags: Air Miles, Delta
How do travel credit cards work?

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We all hear a lot about airlines miles and points and how vivid a life you're going to have once you start collecting miles. And while this frequent flyer miles science may seem confusing and complicated, in fact it's a piece of cake and everyone can learn how to earn for travel using credit cards.... Continue reading
How Can I Get Airline Credit Card?

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Airlines credit cards offer a great opportunity to earn rewards for your flights. Nowadays credit card issuers partner with airlines or offer their own card with sign up bonuses and other special perks. Different factors are determined when issuers decide whether you qualify for a card. So, how to... Continue reading
I’m looking for a card with a big sign-up bonus to get a free ticket with any airline. What is the best option?

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A general miles rewards credit card should be a good option for you. There are credit cards with big sign up bonuses that are enough for a round trip economy ticket. Continue reading
FAQs Tags: Air Miles, Rewards, Travel
I’m a frequent flyer of KLM airlines, but I see they don’t have the USA credit card. Is there any credit card that you can offer?

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If you often fly KLM and sometimes fly other airlines you won’t encounter any problems with the Discover it® Miles. Continue reading
Which is the best credit card for travel rewards: Chase Sapphire Preferred ($95/year), the Discover it Miles ($0/year)? Cost is not an issue. Since the Sapphire card is good for British Airways is it also good for American Airlines? Also, is the 1:1 exchange rate under Chase lower than what you can exchange for a ticket with Discover? I don’t know if they use different conversion rates for free tickets. Thanks

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The Chase Sapphire Preferred card is good for travelers and those who also spend a lot on dining as it gives 2 points for travel and dining purchases. All other purchases earn only 1 point per dollar. The sign-up bonus is quite standard for travel cards - 50,000 points after spending $4,000 on... Continue reading
I have a Southwest credit card which I haven’t used for quite a long time but it has some lingering points on it. So I decided to redeem those points and close the card but I wasn’t able to do so! What should I do? How can I use those points?

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There can be two reasons you cannot redeem your miles. The first is you are trying to redeem Southwest points for a travel after the date your miles are due to expire. Since you haven't used your card for a while, we can assume that you haven't had qualifying earning activity. And, according to... Continue reading
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