Thanks for this! I have a Discover card, but I also have some travel
reward points that have accumulated on a different card that I plan on
using for the group purchase. It gives me one free ticket, so average
that across all the tickets we will be purchasing, and it will reduce
the cost for each ticket. I plan on purchasing the tickets shortly
after Feb 18, which is when Mercury goes direct. I will look into the
Discover option though to see if it's worth it.
On Jan 14,[masked]:34 PM, Eagle Ascent <[address removed]> wrote:
> THis forward should be helpful to those traveling to Denver.
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> If you are planning to travel in the near future, consider doing so
> using the Discover Card. You will get 5% cash back on all airline,
> hotel, etc activity bought until the end of March. You will have to
> apply, be approved, and then get the card in time. You might want to
> call to find out when you would be able to get your card. If you
> don't get the card in time, they will have another promotion for the
> next quarter of the year.
> Only spend money as you normally would do without the cashback
> incentive. It isn't much of a savings if you overspend.
> Unfortunately travel bought through travel agents are not covered; you
> will only get .25% back (that's 1/4 of 1%.) Hence, it is wise to call
> discover before you buy to make sure it is covered.
> For more info, visit discovercard.com
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