Travel Tip of the Day: Last Chance to Earn 50,000 Miles

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Last Chance to Earn 50,000 Miles
Today’s tip is a quick and easy one: One of my favorite travel credit card offers of the past year ends at 4:30 pm ET today—Tuesday, September 2—so if you’re interested in earning 50,000 miles, make sure to apply before midnight. Here’s my post with details and a link to apply (UPDATE: The offer has ended).



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Johnny Jet
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2 Comments on "Travel Tip of the Day: Last Chance to Earn 50,000 Miles"

  1. I recently read that these credit card companies will send you a 1099 and your flying points used will be taxable. Does this change the type of cards you recommend, since apparently if does not apply to using frequent flier miles.

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