Airline Credit Cards - Reviews
An airline rewards card may seem like a no-brainer if you are a loyal customer of a particular airline, but frequent travelers of all stripes can reap great benefits from these cards. Airline cards come with some of the most generous sign-up bonuses in the rewards card industry, as well as very valuable perks such as free checked bags and discounted companion fares. The free airfare earned and the savings on travel expenses can easily outmatch the cost of a yearly membership fee.
We’ve reviewed and rated airline cards from our partners based on their value and utility. We calculate and compare the value of sign-up bonuses and rewards miles. We also consider how easy it is to redeem those miles, and the overall coverage that the airline offers, to help you select an airline card that takes you where you really want to go.
United Club℠ Infinite Card
Last reviewed: June 14, 2022
Frequent flyers looking to earn United miles and enjoy premium perks can get a lot of value out of this card thanks to its impressive rewards rate. That said, the annual fee will be hard to justify if you’re not a die-hard United fan.
AeroMexico Visa Signature card
Last reviewed: September 10, 2020
A great card for large families, the AeroMexico Visa Signature card pairs a budget-friendly rewards program with family-friendly perks, including a $99 companion ticket and a free fourth ticket when you buy three tickets on the same flight.
Alaska Airlines Visa Signature® credit card
Last reviewed: June 1, 2022
A good deal for budget-conscious West Coast residents who frequently fly Alaska Air, the Alaska Airlines Visa Signature card pairs a generous sign-up bonus and valuable rewards program with one of the lowest APRs available on a travel card.
Frontier Airlines World Mastercard
Last reviewed: September 1, 2021
Despite its high APR and moderately priced annual fee, this budget airline card offers a tremendous amount of value for domestic travelers – especially if cardholders spend enough each year to qualify for the card’s $100 airline voucher.
United℠ Explorer Card
Last reviewed: June 17, 2022
Thanks to its solid sign-up bonus, the United Explorer Card makes it easy to earn a free flight quickly; but you’ll have to fly United often to make up for the card’s $95 annual fee (waived for the first year).
Citi® / AAdvantage® Platinum Select® World Elite Mastercard®
Last reviewed: June 22, 2022
The AAdvantage Platinum Select World Elite Mastercard from Citi is worth getting due to its generous sign-up bonus and numerous perks.
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Spirit Airlines World Mastercard credit card
Last reviewed: June 3, 2022
The Travel More card could be a great value for Spirit Airlines loyalists thanks to its practical rewards categories and easy-to-score annual companion travel voucher. But if you’re looking for flexible reward redemption, it’s definitely not the card for you.
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British Airways Visa Signature® Card
Last reviewed: June 7, 2022
One of the best airline cards on the market, this super charged premium card offers frequent transatlantic flyers an accessible sign-up bonus that amply rewards heavy spenders, a plentiful point bonus on airfare, valuable travel perks and generously priced rewards points that are worth more than twice the average credit card rewards point.
Sun Country Airlines Visa Signature card
Last reviewed: February 19, 2021
With a low APR and generous sign-up bonus for moderate spenders, the Sun Country Airlines card is a good value for domestic travelers; but the airline’s limited flight path and restrictive redemption policy may limit its appeal.
Delta SkyMiles® Blue American Express Card
Last reviewed: June 17, 2022
You can earn miles at a fairly high rate with this no-annual-fee airline card, but you can find several flexible travel cards — and even a few cash back cards — that offer more flexible and more valuable rewards.