A million Capital One points will get you ,000 in airfare.That could potentially be a lot of domestic airline tickets, or a lot of international economy tickets.Opinions expressed here are the author's alone, not those of the bank, credit card issuer, airlines or hotel chain, and have not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by any of these entities.

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I read all of your recommendations about the credit cards for travel and the everyday credit cards.

I read about the Capital One Venture card that you get 2 miles for every dollar you spend on purchases not just on certain categories, rewards never expire, you can redeem your miles for travel, shopping, etc.

So saying you earn 2x miles per dollar spent is sort of useless without context.

They could also make each mile worth 0.1 cents each, and then claim the card offers 20x miles per dollar spent.

Meanwhile with a “traditional” mileage currency, like American AAdvantage miles, that ticket could have cost you as little as 135,000 miles roundtrip.

For a million American AAdvantage miles, you could book the above itinerary seven times, with miles to spare.

If it is traditional miles you’re after, you’re best off with a card which accrues a flexible points currency.

These are points which can typically be transferred to quite a few hotel & airline partners and can also be redeemed towards the cost of an airline ticket, if you so choose.

but what really stands out to me is that you can redeem them for cash and purchase whatever you want.