Lufthansa Miles & More Credit Card #frequent #miles #credit #card


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Meilenschutz und ein Premiumversicherungspaket inklusive

Ihr Willkommenspaket

  • 4.000 Meilen Willkommensbonus
  • Einmalig 15% Nachlass im Lufthansa WorldShop
  • Gutschein für 1 Wochenendmiete bei Avis

Ihre Vorteile beim Meilensammeln

  • Unbegrenzte Meilengültigkeit
  • 2 Euro Umsatz = 1 Meile
  • Prämienmeilen in Statusmeilen tauschen

Ihr Versicherungspaket

  • Reise-Rücktrittskosten-Versicherung
  • Auslandsreise-Krankenversicherung
  • Mietwagen-Vollkaskoversicherung

Entdecken Sie noch mehr Vorteile

Jahreskartenpreis

110 Euro oder 33.000 Meilen

Miles & More Credit Card
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So günstig können Sie jeden Tag Meilen sammeln

Bis zum 31. Juli 2017 beantragen und 3.000 Prämienmeilen sowie einen 50 Euro Lufthansa Flug-Gutschein sichern.

Ihre Vorteile beim Meilensammeln

  • 2 Euro Umsatz = 1 Meile
  • Unbegrenzte Meilengültigkeit ab 1.500 Meilen für Kreditkartenumsätze p. a.

Entdecken Sie noch mehr Vorteile

Jahreskartenpreis

55 Euro oder 16.500 Meilen

Miles & More Servicekarte und Kreditkarte in einem

Profitieren Sie von der Miles & More Kreditkarte gleich mehrfach:

  • Automatische, kostenlose Teilnahme an Miles More – Europas größtem Vielflieger- und Prämienprogramm
  • Weltweit bei allen Akzeptanzstellen mit dem Mastercard® Logo bequem bargeldlos bezahlen
  • Bei jedem Karteneinsatz wertvolle Prämienmeilen für attraktive Prämien sammeln
  • Besondere Angebote von Miles More Partnern exklusiv für Kreditkarteninhaber

Entdecken Sie noch viel mehr

Ob Outlet-Shop, Bank oder Mobilfunkanbieter – bei über 300 Miles More Partnern warten Vorteile auf Sie.


14/06/2017

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Annual Travel Insurance – Frequent traveller insurance #travel #tickets #for #cheap

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  • Destination

If you don’t know where you’re traveling to within the next 12 months, choose Worldwide to ensure you’re covered no matter where you go. If you’re travelling to multiple countries choose the region that you are visiting that is furthest away (excluding stopovers less than 48 hours). In most cases you will be covered for the closer regions as well. For example, if you choose Europe, you will also be covered in the Middle East, Asia and Pacific.

Worldwide means anywhere in the world

Americas means USA, Canada, South America, Latin America, Hawaii and the Caribbean

Europe means all European countries, including UK

Middle East refers to the area from Syria to Yemen; Egypt to Iran

Asia generally means Asia and the Indian subcontinent. For some insurers this excludes Japan*

Pacific means the South West Pacific, New Zealand and Indonesia/Bali*. Select Pacific for domestic cruises in Australian waters

Australia means domestic travel within Australia only

*Note: Variances apply for Bali, Indonesia, Japan and Middle East. Check that your destination is covered once directed to your chosen insurer’s site.





10/06/2017

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Annual Travel Insurance – Frequent traveller insurance #thailand #travel #packages

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  • Destination

If you don’t know where you’re traveling to within the next 12 months, choose Worldwide to ensure you’re covered no matter where you go. If you’re travelling to multiple countries choose the region that you are visiting that is furthest away (excluding stopovers less than 48 hours). In most cases you will be covered for the closer regions as well. For example, if you choose Europe, you will also be covered in the Middle East, Asia and Pacific.

Worldwide means anywhere in the world

Americas means USA, Canada, South America, Latin America, Hawaii and the Caribbean

Europe means all European countries, including UK

Middle East refers to the area from Syria to Yemen; Egypt to Iran

Asia generally means Asia and the Indian subcontinent. For some insurers this excludes Japan*

Pacific means the South West Pacific, New Zealand and Indonesia/Bali*. Select Pacific for domestic cruises in Australian waters

Australia means domestic travel within Australia only

*Note: Variances apply for Bali, Indonesia, Japan and Middle East. Check that your destination is covered once directed to your chosen insurer’s site.





30/04/2017

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Compare Airline Frequent Flyer and Travel Credit Card Offers #travel #compare

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Air Miles Credit Cards / Reward Points Towards Air Miles

By: Kristin McGrath

Frequent flyer credit cards are a great way to earn miles toward air travel. There are several types of cards in this category, each offering different types of benefits.

With co-branded frequent flyer cards, you earn miles on your favorite airline and its partners. These cards are known for their generous introductory offers — often enough for a free round-trip domestic ticket. If you already have a frequent flyer account and fly a particular airline often, these airline cards are a good choice. In addition to earning points on regular spending, you can often earn extra points for flights on your airline.

If you don t want to be limited to one particular carrier, general travel rewards credit cards let you earn points that can be used to obtain free tickets on many major airlines. The points you earn can also often be redeemed for cash back or other travel expenses, such as free hotel stays, car rentals and cruises.

Typically, you can expect to earn 1 point for each dollar spent, but some airline miles cards give double miles or extra points for certain types of purchases (such as supermarket or gas purchases). It is well worth your time to compare credit cards to find the card that is right for you. Carefully consider how many points or miles are needed to get a free flight, whether there is a limit to earnings you can accumulate per year and whether the points or miles expire.

And as with any type of rewards card, your earnings are quickly undermined by finance charges if you carry a balance forward from month to month. If you carry a balance, you may find our low-interest credit cards better suited to your needs. You may also wish to choose from credit cards that offer cash back instead of air miles.

Want some insider tips on travel rewards cards? Our CreditCardGuide.com editor at large, Erica Sandberg, talked with Brian Kelly, founder of The Points Guy. in a live Google Hangout that aired Dec. 18, 2013. Check out the video to learn more about these topics:

  • How your card can help you earn free flights
  • How to snag upgrades
  • Perks your card has that can make travel more pleasant
  • The best travel rewards cards for beginners

Whether you re flying free or just grabbed a great upgrade with your travel card, don t forget to check out the Federal Aviation Administration website for important policies and information about traveling safely.





07/04/2017

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