Related: American Airlines, Starwood American Express Credit Card What is the best UK Credit Card to earn American Airlines AAdvantage Miles? The Starwood American Express card, which earns 1 Starwood point which equals 1 American Airlines AAdvantage Miles per £1 spent, is almost definitely your best option. Our Travel Auctions Sort Bypopularlatestending This card is often overlooked, but it should be in your arsenal of mile and point collecting credit cards not only to spend at Starwood and Marriott hotels, but also because SPG points can be transferred to so many airline loyalty and mileage schemes. I have outlined 10 reasons why you should have this card, but in a nutshell, it has a very nice bonus and you can hold this card along with the BA Amex and the FREE Amex Gold or Platinum Card. If you take out all 3 credit cards, put simply, you will collect more miles faster! How To Collect American Airlines AAdvantage Miles With Your Starwood Credit Card Although this earning rate … [Read more...] about What Is The Best UK Credit Card To Earn American Airlines AAdvantage Miles?
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Add the new AAdvantage MileUp Card from Citibank to the (very) short list of no-fee credit cards that earn airline miles. It offers one American Airlines mile per dollar charged, plus double miles for purchases at grocery stores or with American Airlines. The MileUp Card, launching July 22, will offer a signup bonus of 10,000 miles and a $50 statement credit after spending $500 within three months of opening an account. This no-fee card is straightforward in its points-earning power—no checked bags or other American Airlines perks come with it. Related:How to Choose the Best Travel Credit Card Similar no-fee cards that earn miles are the Delta Blue Skymiles Card from American Express, which earns one Delta mile per dollar charged. There’s also the Amex EveryDay Card, which earns one AmEx point per dollar that can be converted to a mile on a bunch of airlines. Most other cards that earn airline miles—or credit that can be exchanged for airline miles—entail an … [Read more...] about There’s a New No-Fee Credit Card That Earns American Airlines Miles
Claire Tsosie, NerdWallet Published 11:00 am, Thursday, May 31, 2018 This article was first published on NerdWallet.com. As an elementary school teacher, Jackie Sills-Dellegrazie tends to take vacation when everyone else does — namely, during the winter and summer holidays. But that doesn’t stop her from finding great travel deals when booking with credit card points and miles. When planning a trip to Prague with her mom and sister during her school’s winter break, she ran into limited award seat availability on nonstop flights to the city. But she pieced together the trip with cheap award tickets to London on Virgin Atlantic, then from London to Prague on British Airways. On the way back, she used miles to fly to Philadelphia, rather than New York City, where she’s based. “We had a great trip. It’s one of our most favorite memories together,” says Sills-Dellegrazie, founder of the travel blog The Globetrotting Teacher. … [Read more...] about How to Snag Credit Card Rewards Flights in Peak Season
Related: Apple A new Apple credit card, to be named Apple Pay is launching next year. Barclays currently issues the US Apple credit card. The current credit card offers no signup bonus but 3 points per dollar spent at Apple. You also get 2 points per dollar spent at restaurants. That’s it. Points can be redeemed for Apple and iTunes gift cards. Our Travel Auctions Sort Bypopularlatestending The Wall Street Journal has published and an article outlining that Apple will end it’s relationship with Barclays and is setting up with Goldman Sachs. The new Apple card is to launch in early 2019 with the Apple Pay brand, which is also the name of Apple’s mobile wallet. Goldman Sachs will also be offering in-store loans to finance Apple products. We don’t yet know what benefits will be offered with this card. One would imagine that it will look quite cool and we would hope for better benefits than the current card, but right now there is no information available on the … [Read more...] about A New Apple Credit Card Is Coming…
Kimberly Palmer, NerdWallet Published 5:40 pm, Friday, May 4, 2018 This article was first published on NerdWallet.com. Chris Chmura spends his days investigating companies on behalf of consumers as a reporter for NBC Bay Area in San Francisco. But when it comes to his own credit cards, he knows he may not be making the best choices. He and his wife have been using the same airline card for years, even though he acknowledges he could likely earn a higher rewards rate with other cards. “While I know there are better cards out there for me, the gravitational pull of the airline loyalty program completely clouds my judgment,” he says. “I know I could do better with a 2% cash-back card,” he says. But, he adds, he doesn’t see himself switching anytime soon: “If I were to start using a cash-back card, I would feel as though I was cheating on the airline.” Recommended Video: Now Playing: Scott Kennedy, a former drug company … [Read more...] about How to Break Free of Credit Card Inertia