Girl who dances in a cage (cagekitten) wrote,
Girl who dances in a cage
cagekitten

It sounds too good to be true but...

While on the flight home from LA, Alaska Airlines talked me into signing up for one of those frequent flier credit cards. I never opened one before because personally I don't spend enough on anything to earn any miles. But I suddenly realized that my business spends a TON. And I could be putting all of that on the credit card and paying it off in full at the end of every month and getting free flights for it so I can visit the pole schools and fabulous shopping in LA more often.

I think the biggest selling point was that for signing up you automatically get 20,000 bonus miles. This strikes me as too good to be true. That's about 6 free round trip flights to and from LA just for opening the account. And every year, on the anniversary you opened the card, you get a $75 companion ticket. So your sweetie flies with you for $75 extra. No date restrictions or blackout dates. The miles never expire. You can use them on 2 other airlines other than Alaska And you get 1 mile for every dollar spent. Holy cow that sounds good.

Now if I could only figure out a way to put my rent on my new card, I could earn one free trip to Los Angeles every single month!!
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