ATA Airlines Launches New Frequent Flyer Credit Card
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ATA Airlines, which pulled its branded credit card from the market earlier this year, is back with a new card offering, the ATA Airlines Visa Signature Card. The new card will offer one point for every three dollars in card purchases and a first-use bonus of an additional 3,000 points.
On the surface, the point system for the ATA Visa seems stingy compared to other airline credit cards, but when you consider that a domestic coach ticket can be earned at just 6,000 points, the card offering appears much more generous. The standard for most airline frequent flyer programs is 25,000 points to earn a free trip.
The new ATA Visa Signature Card is being issued by Barclays (formerly Juniper Bank).
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