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What Airline Credit Cards Are For: You Get — But Do Not Use — Airline Cards

You get an airline credit card for the signup bonus and for the benefits of having the card. And with the exception of actually buying United Airlines tickets with a United card, you do not use airline co-brand credit cards for actual spending unless you are trying to earn elite qualifying miles or waive/credit towards elite spending requirements. The cards help you get treated like an elite though and skip the worst restrictions of Basic Economy.
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