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Question 1223

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  1. Anonymous

    Hi Ben, my husband and I have a trip scheduled for August on VA, LAX – SYD rt, that I was able to book before devaluation of Jan 1st. using Delta skymiles.I wasn’t able to add a domestic segment to Lax from Boston so we plan on buying a separate ticket to get there. My question is, since we just recently applied to the US air card, could we use the free club pass that comes on lax even if we don’t fly on us/aa to get there. I’m looking at a jetblue flight that is cheaper.The pass just says its a free day pass to any us air domestic.
    Also, can you make a little post post on all the other benefits besides the $99 companion pass, that comes with the Us air card such as 100% bonus miles when you purchase, and the rental discount 25%???? No other blog has talked about them as I think they may have been overlooked.
    Thanks and keep up the awesome work you do! 🙂

  2. Anonymous

    @ Deborah — You can indeed use the club passes even if you aren’t flying American/US Airways. As far as the benefits you mention go, can’t say I’m familiar with them. Where did you read that?

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