My first Premier card was issued in 1997, and it was a great card. It even gave me some good rewards, and I never felt like I was paying for the “premium” price tag on the card, as I always felt like I was getting value for money.
The card was issued by an organization called United Rewards, who was founded in the 1930s, and they have been one of the biggest credit card companies ever since then. Their business model revolves around a “points system”, where you earn points every time you use your card, and redeem your points at various stores or websites that they partner with. This means that you are able to rack up a large amount of points, which you can then redeem towards travel, hotel, and air travel, along with some items that you might want to purchase such as food, gasoline, and groceries.
In this way, they are able to make a profit by offering consumers a product that they really want, at a discount price, and in exchange, they will reward you with a reward program based on how many points you have earned from them. Now, I did not like this at first, but I quickly learned that I could not only use my card as a debit card, which means that it can be used anywhere Visa is accepted (and many other types of credit cards), but I also have the option of earning rewards on the things that I purchase using the card as well.
I actually found myself spending more than I normally would on airline miles to use when I was traveling to Canada, Europe, or Australia. It became a habit, and I never looked back, and I started to see my spending increase.
So I decided that it was time to try to consolidate my card, and I started looking for ways of doing this. One thing that I found out is that there are a few different options out there, and they range from simply going and asking for a new application to using an online consolidation program.
After doing all this research, I was able to find an online consolidation program that would give me my credit card again. I got a new Premier card with the help of one of my friends who was working for a major credit card company, and we were able to use the card as a debit card again, and apply for our own card from scratch. This meant that I would be able to use my old account number and have the same rewards that I had with my first Premier card, plus I would be able to earn additional points, as well as get airline miles and points on purchases as well. This was the best option for me, as it meant that I could continue to use my card, earn the rewards that I already have, while also saving money by not having to use my new credit card.