I’m thinking of getting a travel credit card for regular miles earning, but I’m not sure which one and I’m wary of fine print and hidden fees. What to do?
Answered on Sunday, June 25th, 2017 by
Amy Miller

If you don’t want any fees, get a Discover It Miles credit card. It has no annual fee, and it has a long 0% intro APR period – 14 months on purchases. Not only you won’t have any fees, but more than a year of no interest as well. Discover lets you earn 1.5 miles on all purchases, which is a no-hassle option for those who don’t want to think of which card to put these or those purchases. An easy to use card really, which gets you high profits due to matching all miles gained at the end of the first year of use.


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A travel rewards credit card issued by a major bank will allow you to earn miles or points on all your purchases. The cards may also come with sing up bonuses which are often enough for a round trip domestic airline ticket.

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