Through August 25th you can receive 20,000 Delta miles for a free hair restoration consultation.

If you actually graft (the minimum required amount of) hair onto your head that’s another 150,000 miles. But the consultation is free, and over at Flyertalk there are reports of folks with full heads of hair getting the consultation done in 10 minutes without pushback (“I have lots of hair but a family history of hair loss, I’m worried and thought I’d should talk to someone early.”).

  1. Morton said,

    We’ve linked to this post from our travel blog Common Sense and Whiskey at:

    http://commonsenseandwhiskey.typepad.com/commonsenseandwhiskey/2008/07/comment-no-comm.html

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