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    Co-branded credit cards typically all offer the same thing – extra miles/points when using the card for the specific brand and a lower amount for other kinds of spending. Chase cards, in particular, did not really offer much of an incentive to use some cards for anything beyond airline/hotel spending. Marriott And United Business Cards Add Bonus Spending Categories That has changed now as the United and Marriott business cards have added bonus spending categories. They are now in line with the Chase Ink cards for what constitutes a bonus, but the payout is much smaller than the Ink cards. Here are the new spending/bonus terms: United Business Card Earn 2 miles for each $1 spent at restaurants, gas stations, and office supply stores and 2 miles for each $1 spent on tickets purchased from United Marriott Business Card 2 points for every $1 spent at restaurants, car rental agencies and on airline tickets purchased directly with the airline, PLUS at office supply stores and for Internet, cable and phone... The post Marriott And United Business Cards Add Bonus Spending Categories [Office Supply Stores and More] appeared first on Running with Miles.

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