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  1. Anonymous

    1st question is In your opinion what are the best no yearly fee, cards with good miles or points? Most that I have seen, are hotel cards. Is there any airline or ones that convert easy to airline miles.
    2nd question is I have points for a one way ticket with Alaska airlines to Las Vegas. I looked at paying for other half back. But unsure how to maximize miles, on the trip back. I don’t have enough for my stay anywhere or the flight back. But was curious what your suggest be. I thought about maybe booking my flight back and room as package, or doing them separate. I like to not spend a lot of money, but accumulate as many points or miles I can for my next trip.

  2. David W

    The best no annual fee card with transferable points is probably the Amex Everday card. I cant think of any other card that meets your criteria.

    Since you only have enough for a one way flight, I’d see which flight is more expensive, and then see if there is saver award space for the more expensive flight. Assuming there is, book that and then pay for the hotel and cheaper flight out of pocket.

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