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Can I get a Miles&More credit card in the USA?

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Yes, there is a Miles&More World Elite Mastercard issued by Barclays, which is available to the US customers. It offers usual for co-branded credit cards conditions: 2 miles per dollar on Miles&More purchases and 1 mile on all other purchases. Continue reading

I’ve heard of Miles&Smiles credit card, but I can’t figure it out, the site is in Turkish and the Turkish Airlines website is slow and doesn’t show me anything. Is it any good?

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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. Continue reading

Can I earn miles without taking an Eva Air flight?

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In a nutshell, yes, you can. In fact, there are two ways. First, you can take a flight on one of Eva Air partners. This airline is a member of Star Alliance, so any of other members will do. Continue reading

I want to earn Star Alliance miles but don’t know which card to choose for that, can you help?

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You can earn miles by joining one of the frequent flyer programs offered by Star Alliance member airlines. There are 28 airlines in the alliance, including United Airlines which is a major U.S. airline. Continue reading

I’m a frequent flyer of several programs within Star Alliance, but I think it limits me. Why should I fly United but not Delta? My Turkish Airline miles are not redeemable for JetBlue, which are also fly a lot… Any advice?

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Airline partnerships are difficult to track, and we’ll give you that one, they limit us. But there’s a relatively effortless way to better your lot: get a travel credit card and never worry about partnerships and alliances. Continue reading

I want to get a credit card that will allow me to earn flight miles. I don’t have one yet. I must be able to use it with Air Canada and Alaska Airlines because these are the companies I mostly fly. Which card would you suggest for me?

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The Discover it® Miles credit card can be an option for you, for example. The card allows earning 1.5 miles on all purchases. There is no traditional sign up bonus but you will be able to match all miles you earn during the first year. Continue reading

Is there a credit card which can get me a reward ticket with Air Canada and Alaska Airlines?

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You can apply for any credit card with miles rewards that is issued by a major bank. Continue reading

What is the difference between Virgin Atlantic Black credit card and White credit card?

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The main difference between these credit cards is rewards miles you can earn. The Virgin Atlantic White Card comes with a smaller sign-up bonus, standard 1 mile per dollar spent on all purchases other than Virgin Atlantic purchases, smaller anniversary bonus, and smaller bonus for additional… Continue reading

I am thinking to apply for an Icelandair Mastercard to continue building my credit I has low APR and I’m a Saga Club member. I only have a secured credit card now. Do you think it is a good card for me?

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First of all, make sure your credit score is high enough to qualify. As a rule, airline co-branded credit cards are for people with good or excellent credit. Those whose credit is close to good credit, may also qualify for such card. Then, if your primary goal is credit building only, the… Continue reading

How can I earn more miles for Emirates flights?

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Since Emirates doesn’t have a credit card for the US residents, it would be difficult for you to acquire a card and earn double miles on Emirates purchases, as you would do with other airlines. But don’t worry, there’s no need to emigrate to the UAE. You can stay where you are and still earn tons… Continue reading

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