The newest travel rewards credit cards to hit the market for 2013 include more spending incentives on points, miles and exclusive cardholder discounts.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) November 30, 2012
According to Creditnet.com, the newest travel rewards credit cards to hit the market for 2013 include more spending incentives on points, miles and exclusive cardholder discounts.
Long a popular option for consumers, travel credit cards reward cardholders for their purchases with miles or points that can be redeemed on travel expenses like flights, hotel rooms, car rentals and more. While some credit cards offer brand-exclusive deals and VIP privileges, other travel credit cards feature flexible rewards that can be used with all participating partner retailers.
Chase has partnered with United Airlines for this new airline miles credit card that rewards cardholders for flying with United. Members can earn 30,000 bonus miles when they spend $1,000 in their first three months as a cardholder, plus exclusive United perks including boarding privileges. Members will also earn double miles on all United purchases, which according to Creditnet.com is a positive for consumers that are brand loyal.
Southwest Airlines doubled the number of free roundtrip flights cardholders can earn compared to the previous version of this airline miles credit card, from one to two. This limited-time offer rewards members with two free roundtrip flights after spending $2,000 in the first three months of the account. Other rewards offered to members include 6,000 anniversary bonus points for each year a consumer is a member, and two points for every dollar purchased with Southwest Airlines and AirTran® Airways.
3.) Priceline Rewards™ Visa® Card
This Barclaycard in association with Priceline.com - the popular online travel bidding site - rewards users for making purchases and successful bid on their site. Similar to other new travel rewards credit cards for 2013, the Priceline Rewards™ Visa® Card from Barclaycard includes points on all purchases, but consumers will earn the most points - up to 5x, in fact - on Name Your Own Price® purchases.
Consumers in search of a new travel rewards credit card for 2013 can visit Creditnet.com for more options and information.
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