Earn 40,000 bonus miles after spending $500 on purchases in the first 90 days and paying the annual fee
Keep miles from expiring by making at least one purchase every 6 months
Complimentary FICO® Credit Score
Priority boarding allows cardmembers to enjoy Zone 2 boarding
Earn a $100 Flight Voucher after every account anniversary with eligible purchases
No foreign transaction fees
Rates, fees & offers
Earn 1x miles on all purchases
Earn 40,000 bonus miles after spending $500 on purchases in the first 90 days and paying the annual fee.
0% introductory APR for the first fifteen billing cycles following each balance transfer that posts to your account within 45 days of account opening.
APR: 18.24%, 22.24% or 27.24% Variable, based on your credit worthiness
Cash Advance APR: 27.49%, Variable
Balance transfer fee
Either $5 or 3% of the amount of each transfer, whichever is greater
Foreign transaction fee
Recommended credit score
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Editor's overall rating
Pros and cons
0% introductory APR for the first fifteen billing cycles
No foreign transaction fee
Has annual fee
Needs excellent credit
The Frontier Airlines World Mastercard® can offer a lot of value for travelers who are loyal to the budget-friendly airline (or for those who are able to be).
The card's annual fee is $79. It earns generous rewards on eligible spending directly with Frontier Airlines as well as on dining out. There's also a decent sign-up bonus to get you on your way: Earn 40,000 bonus miles after spending $500 on purchases in the first 90 days and paying the annual fee..
Plus, you can earn an annual flight voucher that's worth more than the card's relatively modest annual fee, if you meeting the spending requirements for it. You won't, however, get a free-checked-bag benefit (the voucher is good toward flights but not bag fees).
Redemption options are limited, though. Frontier is a smaller airline with limited routes, so if you can't easily fly with the airline, getting the card won't make much sense.
For more information, see NerdWallet's full review of this card.
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