- According to a recent study, 52% of Americans let their credit card rewards expire.
- A few loyalty programs, such as Southwest Rapid rewards and United MileagePlus, have rewards that never expire, but for other programs you need some account activity every two to three years to keep your points and miles balances in tact.
- To prevent your rewards from expiring, you can make a purchase with a co-branded airline or hotel credit card, buy something through a loyalty program shopping portal, or use a dining rewards program.
- Redeeming your rewards — either toward travel or merchandise — or transferring them to a read more >>>
Source : BusinessInsider.Com
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