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Get on the list for 60k LifeMiles when the new LifeMiles credit card arrives

by on Tue November 1, 2016 • No Comment
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aviancacardsThe wait is almost over for the new LifeMiles credit card.

And now, LifeMiles is giving you a chance to get in on what might be a specially targeted 60,000 mile offer for the new card.

Just enter your email on this page, and you’ll be sent notice of the offer once the card launches.

Unfortunately there are no specific details on when it will launch, but the email sent to members announcing the registration says the card will launch “in the coming weeks.”

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It looks like two cards will be offered with the following features

  • Up to 3 LifeMiles for every dollar spent on Avianca purchases
  • Up to 2 LifeMiles for every dollar spent at gas stations and grocery stores
  • 1 LifeMile for every dollar spent on all other purchases
  • Two 50% discounts on award tickets redeemed, applicable for travel to Central America or Colombia from the United States
  • Free additional piece of baggage for travel between the United States and Central America
  • No foreign transaction fees

Our guess is one will have no or a minimal annual fee, and earn fewer miles for spending, while the other will have a substantial annual fee (around $100) with the full 3x points on Avianca purchases and 2x at gas and groceries, plus the full 60k bonus.

U.S. Bank used to offer the LifeMiles cards, and was stingy about approving people who tend to like opening and using many travel rewards cards, so a new bank with a bigger offer is good news.

 

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Partner Offer

50,000 bonus points

Intro Offer

$0 introductory annual fee, then $95

Annual Fee

$0

Foreign Transaction Fee Waived

Yes

Points Can Transfer to Airline Miles ?

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