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Continental Airlines Business MasterCard provides two miles for every dollar

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Perhaps the theme song for the Continental Airlines Business MasterCard should be "Come Fly With Me."  The airline credit card allows business owners to earn miles for everyday expenses, meaning business costs can result in flights on Continental Airlines to your favorite destinations.  You'll want to get on board.

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The Continental Airlines Business MasterCard not only turns business costs into airline miles, but also doesn't cap the number of miles you can earn.  Also, the credit card provides two miles for every dollar spent on Continental Airlines tickets purchased directly from Continental and one mile for each dollar spent on all other eligible purchases.

Those miles and miles and miles can be redeemed for travel rewards on Continental Airlines and many of Continental's partner airlines including Northwest Airlines and Delta Air Lines.  With OnePass Dining, you can collect additional miles at over 10,000 restaurants across the U.S. and Canada by paying with your Continental Airlines Business Card. With all those miles, you could end up eating in many different locations!

To get you headed in the right direction, the Continental Airlines Business MasterCard will reward you with 15,000 bonus miles after your first purchase, as well as a 5 percent discount for one year on all published Continental fares purchases online at continental.com. Business owners need to track expenses, and the Continental Airlines Business MasterCard makes it easy.  Your monthly consolidated billing statements will enable you to track and summarize all spending on your card, as well as spending by your employees.  The credit card provides online management tools that are available around the clock, so you can make payments, view card activity, and request additional cards 24 hours a day.  

Apply online today and let the Continental Airlines Business MasterCard send both you and your business soaring.

Published: May 27, 2006


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