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  1. Anonymous

    Hi Lucky

    Happy new year!

    Just got an offer for the Alaska Airlines Visa Signature with the 30,000 miles sign up. In your credit card section you write that this could be attractive because ‘while this isn’t a large bonus, you can potentially earn the sign-up bonus multiple times’
    What do you mean by that, and how do you do that…? It seems to me a sign-up bonus is a one-time thing…

    Many thanks in advance.

  2. David W

    Bank of America lets you sign up for the same card every 90 days or so, even if you still have it or canceled it recently.

    Harlan at outandout has a post about this [URL]http://outandout.boardingarea.com/alaska-miles-every-45-days/[/URL]

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