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Make Airport Travel Easy With a Travel Rewards Credit Card

[Monday, November 23rd, 2015]

Do you love to travel, but hate the hassle of waiting in line to board the plane, paying to check a bag, standing in long lines to buy food at the airport, and just generally feeling tired and stressed at the airport?

Good news. There’s an easy solution to your airport woes. A great travel credit card can make your airline travel worlds easier. If you travel a lot, you’ll have no trouble racking up the rewards and taking advantage of all the benefits a travel rewards card offers. Here are just a few of the ways a new credit card can turn around your next trip:

• You can board first. Okay, maybe not first, but early. If you get a card that offers priority boarding, you’ll be among the first people allowed on the plane. Say goodbye to jockeying for position at the gate, and waiting for your section to be called. You’ll be among the chosen few who get to board before the masses. When the overhead bins are filling up, you’ll be kicking back and settling in, with not a care except deciding what you’ll order when the drink cart comes around.

• Discounts on drinks and more. Speaking of that drink cart, you’ll get a discount on your glass of wine or cocktail if you have the right credit card. Pay with your co-branded travel rewards card, and you could get up to 25% off in-flight drinks, food, and entertainment. That makes your flight all the more pleasant, at a discount. Well worth filling out an application, don’t you think?

• Faster path to elite status. If you’re trying to achieve gold, diamond, or platinum travel status with your preferred airline loyalty program, using a credit card can get you there faster. Of course, if has to be the right credit card, not just any card. Apply for the co-branded card of the program you’re trying to climb the ranks in, and you’ll have a quicker road to elite status. The more you spend, the faster you’ll get there. Be sure to use that card for all your travel purchases, so you get the most credit possible.

• Relax in style at an airport lounge. One of the cushiest perks of some travel credit cards is that you’ll gain access to airport lounges across the globe. Instead of searching for a seat at the gate, where you’ll juggle overpriced fast food on your knees and search in vain for a place to charge your phone, you can stretch out in a luxury travel lounge, enjoying complimentary drinks and food, charging all your electronics at a special charging station, reading today’s paper, and even getting a massage or a facial. Look for an elite credit card with an annual fee and a great sign-up bonus. These are the credit cards most likely to get you access to the best airport lounges.

• Earn miles faster. When you pay for your travel with a rewards credit card, you’ll earn more miles, faster. Double or triple miles are often available. Do some research and find a great travel rewards card that will let you travel in style.

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