Yes, there is a credit card that offers 100,000 miles, the United Club Infinite Credit Card. This card gives 100,000 miles after spending $5,000 in the first 3 months of account opening.
Cardholders also earn 4 miles per $1 spent with United, 2 miles per $1 spent on travel, dining and eligible delivery services, and 1 mile per $1 spent on all other purchases.
Some of the Best Miles Bonus Credit Cards
The United Club Infinite Credit Card offers an initial bonus of 100,000 miles after spending $5,000 in the first 3 months. The card’s annual fee is $525 and it requires at least good credit for approval.
The Delta Reserve Business Card offers an initial bonus of 60,000 miles and 10,000 Medallion Qualification Miles after spending $4,000 in the first 3 months. The card’s annual fee is $550 and it requires at least good credit for approval.
The American Airlines Aviator Red Card’s initial bonus is 60,000 miles after making the first purchase within the first 90 days and paying the annual fee. The card’s annual fee is $99 and it requires at least good credit for approval.
The Capital One Venture X card gives an initial bonus of 75,000 miles for spending $4,000 in the first 3 months. The card’s annual fee is $395 and it requires at least excellent credit for approval.
It is worth noting that a 100,000 miles credit card is not all that common. A 100,000 points credit card is another story, though. Miles and points are similar and function much the same way. Miles generally have fewer redemption options, but they’re still a great choice for those looking for free flights and upgrades.
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