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This card has been discontinued as of 12-1-2011
The Alaska Airlines card was issued by MBNA. When TD bought MBNA, this card was discontinued. You can browse other airline rewards cards hereFor frequent travelers, the Alaska Airlines MasterCard offers world class benefits that are definitely worth checking out. The initial benefits include a pile of bonus miles and the ability to book 1 discounted companion ticket each year. The interest rate is competitive with other rewards cards, but the card does carry an annual fee. However, simply taking advantage of the yearly companion ticket savings may outweigh the cost of the annual fee. You can earn miles on all "net retail" transactions, and redeeming your miles is painless. Even if you're not flying with Alaska, you can still redeem miles with any of their airline partners. Some partner airlines include Delta, Air France, American Airlines, British Airways, Quants, and more. On our opinion, the Alaska Airlines card offers valuable benefits for both the world traveler and those simply looking to save up some miles for a nice vacation.
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