I recently cancelled my Allegiant MasterCard because I didn’t want to have a co-branded card any longer. Can you offer another travel card to fly Allegiant?
Answered on Thursday, May 11th, 2017 by
Amy Miller

If you were going to purchase one or two flights from Allegiant each year and probably fly other airlines, we advece to advantage of a general travel credit card. It’s easy to find an offer with $0 annual fee and even $0 foreign transaction fee. Discover it® Miles is a great example of such card. The card earns 1.5x miles per every dollar you spend on all purchases. New applicants get an unusual bonus offer: all the Miles you’ve earned at the end of your first year are matched. For example, if you earn 30,000 Miles, you get 60,000 Miles. The card also allows to redeem miles for travel statement credits or cash, so you can fly with any airline you need. But what’s most important, the miles that you earn with Discover never expire, so you can rack up miles for a really long time and them redeem them. By comparison, Allegiant rewards only last 12 months.

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