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Travel Reward Credit Cards in February 2020

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Travel Reward Credit Cards in February 2020


Being rewarded with vacation miles to shop? It sounds too good to be true. But with Travel Reward Credit Cards you can shop and earn miles to travel around the globe.

My grandmother loves Hawaii and just got back from a trip in Maui. When she found out about the Hawaiian Airlines Credit Card she applied immediately after learning that the more she spent on her credit card the more miles she would have for flights to her favorite place: Hawaii.

Hawaiian Airlines Mastercard

Now lets take a look at how many miles you would get for using your Hawaiian Airlines Credit Card.

Currently they are offering 60,000 bonus miles if you spend $2000 in the first 90 days as well as a one-time 50% off companion discount on a flight to or from Hawaii. Talk about rewarding!

Wells Fargo Propel American Express Card

Unlike the VentureOne this card is by American Express and offers similar bonus miles (20k) after you spend $1k within 3 months.

Annual fee: None

Discover It® Miles

Discover is one of our favorite credit card companies because of their simplicity. And the Discover It® Miles card is by far the coolest travel rewards card they have.

With a $0 annual fee and the fact that they match all of the miles the cardholder earns in the first year makes this card a great travel rewards card.

You can also earn cash back with the Discover It® card.

Patrick Snow has been writing for Credit Slayer since they started. With his financial experience from watching The Wolf of Wall Street you should not trust any advice he has. Besides that, he loves football, barking dogs, and electrolytes.

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