There’s a new airline credit card available to residents of the United Kingdom. The credit card, introduced by easyJet, has no annual fee and offers cardmembers three miles for each #1 spent on easyJet, two miles for each #1 spent abroad in a currency other than GBP and one mile for each #1 spent on all other purchases. As an introductory offer, you will earn 10 miles for each #1 you spend at easyjet.com with your card — enough for a free flight after spending #250.
The airline does not offer a frequent flyer program and each mile earned with the credit card is worth one penny toward the cost of a future flight. The credit earned will be redeemed automatically when you book an easyJet flight with your credit card and if the cost of the airline ticket is less than the value of your miles, only the miles needed to cover the cost of the ticket will be deducted from your mileage account.
You can also choose to redeem your miles as cash back which will be credited to your easyJet credit card. But if you choose the cash back option, each mile is worth only 0.5p. As long as your account is current and in good standing, your miles will not expire — but all miles will be forfeited if your account becomes more than 60 days overdue.