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  1. Anonymous

    i am going to fly alaska for the first time and wondering if it is worth getting a rewards account with them and or a credit card. i have lots of AA miles and fly them mostly. thanks.

  2. MidSouthSkier

    Larry, if you don’t fly Alaska much (and don’t plan to do so in the future) you can credit your Alaska flights to AA since they are partners.

  3. larry

    [QUOTE=”MidSouth Skier, post: 15896, member: 184″]Larry, if you don’t fly Alaska much (and don’t plan to do so in the future) you can credit your Alaska flights to AA since they are partners.[/QUOTE]
    thanks. love your cardinal logo. from st louis and still love the cards

  4. MidSouthSkier

    [QUOTE=”larry, post: 15917, member: 110″]thanks. love your cardinal logo. from st louis and still love the cards[/QUOTE]

    Thanks! I actually live in Memphis, home of the AAA affiliate. Gonna be a tough season the way the Cubs are rollin’ right now.

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