Or, consider other cards for 50,000 or more miles or points that transfer into United miles with additional flexibility for your everyday spending.
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The Amex EveryDay Credit Card is one of the best no annual fee credit cards available.
It earns Membership Rewards points you can transfer into real airline miles with programs like Delta SkyMiles, or you can use them to book flights like cash via the American Express website.
Now, for some new American Express customers, you can get 25,000 points when you get the card and make $2,000 in purchases in your first 3 months.
That’s much better than the standard offer of just 10,000 points, and one of the best deals for a no annual fee card with travel rewards.
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How does the card work?
The card earns 2x points on all supermarket purchases, up to $6,000 in purchases a year, and 1x point on everything else.
But there’s a special kicker.
If you use the card 20 or more times in a billing period, you’ll get a 20% bonus on all the points you earn that period, even for the 2x on supermarket purchases.
So the card can easily earn you 1.2 points per dollar on all your base spending, and 2.4 points per dollar on your supermarket purchases.
Great for Delta SkyMiles members
If you have Delta SkyMiles and want to add to your account, this is the only no annual fee credit card option that can net you full value Delta SkyMiles.
All the points you earn on the Amex EveryDay can be transferred 1:1, instantly into your Delta SkyMiles account at any time.
And not only is there no annual fee, the point bonuses make the card earn points faster than the popular Gold Delta SkyMiles credit card, that just earns 1 mile per dollar on most purchases.
What about the EveryDay Preferred?
Amex has a sister card, the Amex EveryDay Preferred, with a $95 annual fee.
It earns points even faster, with a 50% bonus on points earned when you use the card 30 or more times in a billing period.
And it earns 2x points on gas and 3x on supermarkets (up to $6,000 a year) so you can earn 1.5x – 4.5x points per dollar on your spending.
Usually the sign up bonus for this card is bigger than the no annual fee EveryDay, but for now, Amex is still just offering a standard 15,000 points when you sign up for the card and spend $1,000 in purchases in the first three months.
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