An Airline Credit Card Offer To Avoid

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    There are some very lucrative credit card offers, ones like the long-lasting Citi AAdvantage Executive card that (had) offered 100,000 AA miles. Then we have the second tier airline credit card offers like the American Express Delta Skymiles Gold offer with 30,000 miles (we get pretty jaded when a bonus worth at least $300 can be seen as blah!). Then we have the total bottom of the barrel, do-no-touch, what-were-they-thinking card offers. Here is one of them. The ANA First Flight Bonus Offer The Japanese airlines (of which ANA is one) have a habit of offering some very strange credit card “bonuses” to American customers. Earlier this year, Japan Airlines tried to entice new customers with the promise of 4,000 miles – but you had to pay the $20 fee for the card and the $50 program fee! At least it was better than their offer last year of a calendar! Now, ANA is throwing one of those offers out there. Here is what I received in my e-mail: The offer... The post An Airline Credit Card Offer To Avoid appeared first on Running with Miles.

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