I have Alaska Airlines credit card and it was good when I flied a lot with Alaska, but now this card is just another credit card in my wallet. Can you recommend me a card which will allow earning bonuses towards my occasional trips? I no longer want an airline credit card.
Answered on Friday, January 2nd, 2015 by
Amy Miller

First of all, if you want to close your current Alaska Airlines credit card, you may want to apply for a balance transfer credit card. Thus, you will be able to transfer and then pay off the old balance without paying interest and close your card faster. Also, some balance transfer credit cards come with miles rewards programs. Such cards will allow you to earn miles on all your purchases and redeem them with any airline. However, note that the balance transfers do not earn rewards and as a rule, there is a fee for a balance transfer. The fee is around 3% of each transfer. Another important thing to remember is that the 0% intro APR on balance transfers is given for specific period of time (introductory period). Once the introductory period is over, an ongoing interest rate will apply.

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