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Tired of waiting in line while people secure their luggage? Maybe you don’t fly enough to get priority boarding with your current credit card.
Whatever the case may be, there are a few credit cards out there that may help you. Continental, Delta and United are offering credit cards that come with priority boarding rewards. Let’s take a look at each of these cards.
In addition to priority boarding, this card also offers up to 40,000 bonus miles – 25,000 of which are essentially guaranteed, as long as a purchase is made. As you probably will make a purchase at some point with the card, that is a nice chunk of change to put toward a future flight.
A $50 statement credit is offered after the first purchase. Also, the first bag is checked without charge on Continental and United flights when using this card. There are plenty of other perks, so this is a solid card to have in your wallet if you are a fan of Continental and/or United.
In addition to the mentioned benefits, a complimentary $99 companion certificate is given each year. The first bag is checked at no additional charge for up to 9 people on your reservation, as well. This card has plenty of other perks, so if you are looking for a card that offers priority boarding on Delta flights and plenty of other benefits, this is a good card to have in your wallet.
Two complimentary passes to the United Club – an airport lounge – are also offered with this card. So, if you get to the airport early and don’t want to wait forever in a packed general lounge, you can take off to the United Club for a while.
As with the other cards, the first bag is checked at no additional charge with this card. With the mentioned rewards and plenty of others, the United MileagePlus Explorer card is a good card to have for those who prefer United and/or Continental Airlines.