Today Miles and More announced the launch of its new Miles earning card duo - The Miles and More Global Traveller Cards. Like the previous MBNA issued cards, having the new cards enables you to prevent your Miles and More miles from expiring.
Exclusive - The new Miles and More Global Traveller Cards have now launched
Miles & More Global Traveller Cards
- until December 31st get 10,000 Miles and More miles when you sign up.
- Earn 1.25 miles for every £1 spent on all purchases.
- Enjoy discounted lounge access at Dinners Club Airport Lounges and a one time Lufthansa Business Lounge Voucher.
£79 Annual fee Earn rate: 1.25 Miles per £1 - Apply
This is not a credit card, so your balance must be repaid in full each and every month.
Sign-up bonus: 10,000 Miles if you join before 31st of December 2018 (otherwise bonus lowers to 5,000 miles).
Mileage protection - Prevents your miles expiring.
Enjoy at any time discounted entrance of £15 in more than 800 Diners Club Airport Lounges around the world and get your one time Lufthansa Business Lounge Voucher.
Despite the annual fee of £79, readers who seriously collect Miles and More air miles will almost certainly consider the mileage protection benefit of the card as value for money (Miles and More air miles typically expire after three years regardless of the activity on your account).
Whilst it would have been nice to see other perks added to the card (similar to those of Virgin Atlantic), it is nice to see that Miles and More have not abandoned the UK market, providing a card that offers a fairly high reward rate of 1.25 Miles per £1 spend equivalent to 1.25 p), at a time when the transaction fee cap makes you feel lucky to receive 0.5 p.
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