How to get frequent flyer miles?
Answered on Wednesday, January 3rd, 2018 by
Amy Miller

You can earn frequent flyer miles using credit cards. There are two options to choose from: airline co-branded credit cards and general travel credit cards with miles rewards. Airline co-branded credit cards are good for those who prefer to fly particluar airline all the time. General travel credit cards are not tied to any particular airline – you will be able to earn and redeem miles with any airline.

1. Choose credit cards with sign-up offers
Many airline and travel cards offer sign-up bonuses – usually you need to spend certain amount for the given period of time. This is the easiest way to earn rewards enough for a ticket. The Discover it® Miles has another offer – all the miles you’ve earned at the end of your first year will be mathced (if you are a new cardmember). For example, if you earn 30,000 miles, you get 60,000 miles.

2. Make everyday purchases with your credit card
Travel credit cards give you rewards for every dollar you spend. Earn unlimited 1.5x Miles per dollar on all purchases with the Discover it® Miles credit card.

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