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Airline Bonus Miles Which Cards?

I am looking to get two roundtrip domestic tickets by applying and getting approved for two or more cards with bonus miles. Does anyone have an idea which cards are the best to do this with and the best airlines for redemption on such cards. I can meet the spending requirements of some. Any advice would be appreciated, Thanks.

 

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Re: Airline Bonus Miles Which Cards?

I believe that the Chase Southwest cards currently have a promotion.  There are 4 different cards and they all come with 50k bonuses.  That might be a good start!

Chase Sapphire Preferred $12k | Chase Freedom $7k | Chase United MileagePlus Explorer $15k | Chase Hyatt Visa $11.8k | Chase Amazon Visa $3k | Citi TY Premier $8.5k | Amex SPG $13.5k | Amex HHonors $5k | Discover IT $9k | BofA Cash Rewards $6k | BofA BB Rewards $2.7k | Banana Republic Visa $3k

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