I got up to 6 miles per dollar on Expedia
First of all the card miles don't expire, and I got up to 6 miles per dollar on Expedia, I am a mile chaser although a rookie and would recommend thus card for any rookie miles chaser. The complimentary lounge excess was a fun experience for me plus the fact that you can choose to waive annual fees or pay it for 10,000 miles. Definitely not a bad deal especially if you are looking to redeem for business class and above.
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