Credit Card offers come in buses, and this month is no different. American Airlines (who partner with MBNA with their offers) who are offering a total of 15,000 miles, with a bit more convoluted process than the United Mileage Plus Credit Card.
Slight different in the offer:
- 5000 miles on signup
- Spend £1,500 in 90 days to get another 10,000 miles.
The cards earn slightly more than the United Mileage Plus card does, with
- 1.5 miles per pound (£1) on the American Express card
- 1.5 miles per two pounds (£2) on the Visa cards
Another neat benefit for those who carry balances over (which will all don’t… but some of us do anyway), is that American Airlines flight booked with the first 12 months of the account being opened – these will attract a 0% interest charge. Flights must be booked on AA.com for this discount/feature.
The card carries a 17.9%APR for those who carry balances over.
For those who are interested, you can apply at https://apply.mbna.co.uk/UKNeoCCapp/entry?sc=1NAJAMEIEC0047N
Please read the below. I am providing a link to the United Airlines Credit Card at https://apply.mbna.co.uk/UKNeoCCapp/entry?sc=1NAJAMEIEC0047N which is offered by MBNA.
There is no affiliate kickback on this and this link is provided for your information only. I do NOT benefit from the link above.
Please note, the information above does not constitute financial advice and you should always do your own research on top to ensure it’s right for your specific circumstances, and may impact on your credit score. So don’t blame me if you overspend on a card and they come hounding after you. If in doubt – seek appropriate financial advice.
Those who are considering applying should bear in mind you’ll need to be resident in the UK to get one, and probably have reasonable banking references/credit ratings to obtain the card.
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