I think I'll take a pass. I've only flown Allegiant once and I still can't feel my legs after getting stuck in a middle seat with 4 inches of legroom. So, I doubt I will be trying to leverage my spending to earn free travel with them anytime soon. If the card is anything like the airline they will charge extra for mailing you a bill each month.
No. I have the united airline card though through Chase. I actually don't charge that much, or any, on the united card but for me the annual fee is worth the early boarding privileges and free checked bag. Plus I got a free flight through the signup bonus miles. I don't have status on United hence getting the card. I know this might not make sense to everyone but it is value for me.
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