Norwegian Airlines became a hit over the years as it provides affordable airfare on modern aircraft between Europe and North America. The airline offers its own CashPoints system for frequent flyers, but U.S. travelers are also able to sign up for the airline’s credit card to accumulate points for more than just flying.
Norwegian’s Reward World Mastercard is issued by Synchrony Bank and comes with perks such as no annual fee and no foreign transaction fees. To earn CashPoints toward a Norwegian frequent-flyer account, cardmembers can earn 2 percent back on purchases with the airline, 2 percent back for dining and grocery purchases, and 1 percent back on all other purchases.
Cardholders who spend $500 in the first three months will also earn $50 in CashPoints, or approximately 465 points, depending on the current exchange rate between U.S. dollars and Norwegian krone.
Other benefits include an anniversary bonus of $100 if the member spends $20,000 in one calendar year, priority boarding and Mastercard services such as Global Service (a 24-hour customer assistance line), Meet and Greet Services discounts for rides from the airport and Mastercard ID Theft Protection.
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