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Miles earned on the Discover it Miles card cannot be transferred to any frequent flyer program. You can redeem them for travel statement credits or cash deposited to your bank account. 1 mile earned on the Discover it Miles card equals to 1 penny. Thus, if an airline ticket costs $200, you will need 20,000 […]

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Certainly, there are a lot of travel credit cards that are universal and can be used for any airline purchases. Most general travel cards reward you with miles for all the purchases, sometimes rewards on travel purchases are higher, but anyway, you’ll get lots of miles in the end that you will be able to redeem on any airline purchases, not just a selected one. For example, the Discover it Miles credit card gives you 1.5 miles on all purchases without any limit and they don’t expire. Besides, Discover will match all the earned miles at the end of the first year if you are a new cardmember. So, if you earn 30,000 miles, you’ll get 60,000 miles.

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If you are 100% sure you are going to fill at SuperAmerica stations only, than it can be a tolerable choice. But are you sure there are going to be SuperAmerica stations on your way? And if you purchase fuel at another gas station, you won’t earn any rewards as the SuperAmerica card only works at its brand locations.

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If you are already a member of the EarlyReturns frequent flyer program, then you should be aware of the Frontier conditions and fees. If not, you probably should, it won’t hurt. But essentially Frontier has one of the least effective loyalty programs. It isn’t a member of any alliances, it has no partners and it has high fees on award flights that should ideally be booked 8 months beforehand. Their credit card just continues this sequence of drawbacks – you earn regular 2 miles per dollar and you can only redeem for purchases at Flyfrontier.com.

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We recommend you compare cards savings and make some calculations to see which card will help you save more on gas purchases.

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To put it simply, it is not. Airlines often impose restrictions on award flights and have blackout dates. Besides, it’s just difficult to book dates via the phone and not all airlines havd a good online system. Even if you have enough miles to purchase a ticket, it doesn’t mean the needed date will be available, Besides, in addition to the ticket cost, you’ll have to pay a fuel surcharge in cash, and those may be very high.

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You are right, you can earn 3% back or 3 points for every $1.00 spent on net purchases on airfare, hotels, and travel agencies (see credit card’s terms for details). Earned points can be redeemed for Uber credits, gift cards, or cash back. If you want to earn travel rewards and redeem them for travel expenses, it is better to choose from general travel credit cards.

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