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- May 15, 2011 at 5:18 pm #215690
I’ve been traveling more than usual, and I’m thinking about trying to get a credit card to earn miles with. Which should I go with? I was thinking about going with a Frontier credit card, but I’d to hear other people’s opinions first.
- May 29, 2011 at 3:08 am #284835
yeah yeah yeah use a frontier credit card.
- September 21, 2011 at 5:55 am #291265
Well…what airline(s) do you fly the most? It really depends on your need/carrier.
Generally speaking, the Delta has reputation of charging too many miles for a ticket. With that said, if you like to fly on United/Continental, I suggest you get a Visa signature from Chase (I think the annual fee is exempt for 1st year). Do you fly enough to get a status from an airline?
I looked into Frontier Credit Card (Mastercard) and the one with no annual fee has a poor mile to dollar ratio. I don’t think anyone would like to get a card that gives you 1 mile for every $2 spending.
I really think for the average travelers, the Starwood Preferred Guest from American Express is one of the better credit cards. You can transfer your points to airlines along with bonus (5,000 more points for every 20,000 points you transfer), and not to mention you can use your points for hotels, rental cars, etc.
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