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Which bank in US offers Austrian Airlines card? I want to get award ticket to Europe.

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There are a several Austrian Airlines credit cards, but they are not available in the U.S., deal with it. Austrian Airlines shares the Miles&More frequent flyer program with Lufthansa, Swiss and several other airlines, so you may get a Miles&More card. Beware of high annual fee and… Continue reading

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I often fly with Brussels Airlines on my business trips to Europe. I wanted to join their loyalty program but did not know what to choose. They said I can choose either their program called Loop or Miles & More program. Could you help me out?

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Brussels Airlines uses Miles & More, Lufthansa’s frequent flyer program along with their own Loop program. If you decide to enroll Miles and More you will earn miles rewards on flights operated by airlines which are part of the program, in addition to flights operated by Star Alliance… Continue reading

My favorite airlines are Lufthansa and Swiss, I already earned their elite status. As I heard, they are a part of Star Alliance. So can I combine miles with other Star Alliance members?

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No, you can’t combine miles like that. It’s easier with the members of the Miles&More program, which Lufthansa and Swiss are. Miles are usually not transferable to a different program with different terms & conditions.
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I would like to apply the Miles&More credit card, but I noticed that the annual fee is $89. I’m reluctant to pay the annual fee for the card. Are there any ways around it?

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Barclays doesn’t waive the annual fee, so you have to pay it straight away. Moreover, according to the Terms&Conditions, in order to receive the sign-up bonus miles, you need to pay your annual fee first, otherwise you won’t get it. Continue reading

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

Is there a credit card that will allow me to get a Swiss award ticket?

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There are a several Swiss credit cards, but they are not available in the U.S., deal with it. Swiss shares the Miles&More frequent flyer program with Lufthansa and several other airlines, so you may get a Miles&More card. Continue reading

I often fly on Lufthansa and used to have their Miles and More card. But I declined it because the bank blocked my card after I made a purchase in Germany, even though I notified them about my journey in advance. I need a card which won’t be blocked while I’m abroad and which earn miles. Can you recommend one?

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You can consider the Capital One® Venture® Rewards Credit Card. There should not be any problems with credit card use abroad. Just notify the bank about all places where you are going to travel, and the bank should not block the card. Continue reading

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