Saving money on your travel expenses takes a lot of discipline to wait for the best deals. You also need the right financial tools such as air miles credit cards to make it happen.
Using your air miles credit card, you can enjoy many perks when buying your travel must-haves such as airfare and accommodation compared to paying in cash or debit card. The latter won’t give you air miles you can use to travel for free in the future plus other travel benefits such as access to exclusive lounges in airports or purchase protection when buying something abroad.
Finding the right air miles credit card is easier now more than ever. You have a lot of cards to choose from.
But which among them are the best air miles credit cards? We’ve picked the cards with the highest air mile rewards in the Philippines.
How to earn air miles: 1 rewards point = 1 RCBC Air Miles while 3 RCBC Air Miles are equal to 1 Mabuhay Mile, GetGo point, Asia Mile, or AirAsia BIG point. You can earn a rewards point per PHP 36 retail purchase or PHP 125 supermarket, gas, or drugstore purchase.
Annual fee: PHP 3,600
Interest rate: 3.54%
Other Travel Perks:
Travel insurance coverage up to PHP 1 million
Exclusive pre-departure access to the SkyView Lounge at NAIA Terminal 3 for the principal cardholder and one travel companion
With financial comparison websites such as Moneymax, you can filter in less than a minute which air miles credit cards can give you the best value for your money. You can skip the painstaking jump from one bank’s website to the other, so there’s less friction on finding the best air miles credit card for you.
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