Two cards

Brusssels Airlines' American Express® cards are pretty much the only option for Belgians who want to get something in return for every Euro they spend. Unfortunately, the sign up bonuses for these cards aren't great. Thanks to referral programs such as this, you have the temporary option to get twice the usual sign up bonus.

The 12 000 award miles you get for signing up through this program are enough for a round trip economy flight in Europe, but save a little more and you can fly round trip to New York in Business Class for only 55 000 award miles or to Tokyo for just 70 000 miles.*

  • Brussels Airlines Preferred American Express®
    - Get 1,25 miles for every Euro you spend
    - Get 2 miles for every Euro you spend on Brussels Airlines tickets
    - 3 000 welcome bonus miles
    - 3 000 friend referral bonus miles
    - 5 000 extra miles if you spend more than €10 000 per year
    - extensive insurance benefits

  • Brussels Airlines Premium American Express®
    - Get 1,50 miles for every Euro you spend
    - Get 2 miles for every Euro you spend on Brussels Airlines tickets
    - 6 000 welcome bonus miles
    - 6 000 friend referral bonus miles
    - 10 000 extra miles if you spend more than €20 000 per year
    - extensive insurance benefits

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I'm Tom, a passionate traveller and travel hacker. Travel hacking is finding a way to do extraordinary travelling without paying extraordinary prices for it. Often this is done by collecting reward miles or loyalty points and using them in a way to get the highest possible value out of it.

A good credit card is an essential tool in any travel hackers toolkit. The card recommended on this website is one of the best options for Belgians and I use it myself. Want to know more about travel hacking? Check out my blog or follow me on Twitter.