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Old 02-06-2008, 12:05 AM   #1
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Do you have a Rewards Debit Card? Chase Customers?

Does anyone that bank with chase have one of those Airline Mile Debit Cards by Mastercard Rewards Card? The one where you get like 1 mile per 1 dollar you spend. Is it worth it? Anyone actually gotten anything out of it? Just trying to get some feedback to see if it's worth it cause i do alot of spending and always hear about these rewards cards an was wondering was it worth it?

By the way annual fee is 25 dollars
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if you use it to pay all your bills and stuff....and you have a lot of bills.....it would be worth it.

my fiance has it....and it's not worth it for her....she pretty much breaks even. (that's on an average calculation of her spending vs. mileage earned)
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i have the chase rewards with continental. I'm a continental one pass member also. Yes, it adds up but for a while I was flying a lot. Last month I flew my friend down from CT with my miles and this weekend I'm going to Hawaii for five dollars. Use them wisely and it will pay off. BTW, if you are a one pass member you get a lot of miles for flying plus the miles you get for the money spent on the ticket.
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Does anyone that bank with chase have one of those Airline Mile Debit Cards by Mastercard Rewards Card? The one where you get like 1 mile per 1 dollar you spend. Is it worth it? Anyone actually gotten anything out of it? Just trying to get some feedback to see if it's worth it cause i do alot of spending and always hear about these rewards cards an was wondering was it worth it?

By the way annual fee is 25 dollars
I work at Discover Card.. and we have been ranked for 21 years for America's Number 1 rewards program.. Our Miles by Discover Card give you 1 mile for each dollar you spend then 2 miles for every $1 you spend on travel or restaurants. Its cool cuz you can travel with any airline, no black out dates, we dont have an annual fee, and there is no limit to how many miles you can earn! Great card, you should check it out
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Old 02-06-2008, 07:05 AM   #5
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I work at Discover Card.. and we have been ranked for 21 years for America's Number 1 rewards program.. Our Miles by Discover Card give you 1 mile for each dollar you spend then 2 miles for every $1 you spend on travel or restaurants. Its cool cuz you can travel with any airline, no black out dates, we dont have an annual fee, and there is no limit to how many miles you can earn! Great card, you should check it out
I use Discover for all my purchases and pay the bill off every month. The cash back program is well worth being a part of.
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We have one and only one credit card in the familly ... it's an MBNA rewards card ... we have used the point for things like gift cards, hotel room, car rentals and airline tickets.

Use it wisely, pay off every month (if you can't then you shouldn't be using it) and you'll come out ahead.
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I use Discover for all my purchases and pay the bill off every month. The cash back program is well worth being a part of.
Glad to hear it! Ya cash back is awesome.. I have the Open Road card it give me 5% back on all my gas/auto maintainance then up to 1% on everything else =)

you're smart, that's what we encourage, use it pay it off at the end of the month, you dont pay finance charges, no annual fee and WE'RE paying YOU! its awesome
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oh and none of this point system .. we give cash.. and the cool thing is we have over 80 name brand partners you can up to double your cash with in gift cards to their place.
then if you do any online shopping check out Shop Discover..gives ya 5-20% back on over 80 partners =)
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Old 02-07-2008, 12:23 AM   #10
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I work at Discover Card.. and we have been ranked for 21 years for America's Number 1 rewards program.. Our Miles by Discover Card give you 1 mile for each dollar you spend then 2 miles for every $1 you spend on travel or restaurants. Its cool cuz you can travel with any airline, no black out dates, we dont have an annual fee, and there is no limit to how many miles you can earn! Great card, you should check it out
Hmm thanks alot i didn't know about this i'll have to check this out. Wouldn't have a link you could provide about info on this would ya
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ya... basically you can go to discovercard.com and look at all the different card types but i'll give you the link for the miles card

http://www.discovercard.com/credit-c...-benefits.html

then on the right hand side of the page it'll say "Rewards the way you want" Click that and it'll show you all the card types and you can choose from whichever is best for you
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