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Old 11-19-2009, 11:05 AM   #1
 
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Default Finnair Offers Surgery Incentives

Finnair is offering free breast implants, hair replacement surgery, or a facelift.
You have to have a paid consultation. Almost like frequent flyer miles.

Finnair offers free plastic surgery - Hurriyet Daily News and Economic Review


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This is sad to hear that plastic surgery is getting to be considered as normal as brushing your teeth. We need to set standards and stop promoting it as if it is a normal thing for people to do. Only reconstructive cases and limited cosmetic changes should be done.

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This is sad to hear that plastic surgery is getting to be considered as normal as brushing your teeth. We need to set standards and stop promoting it as if it is a normal thing for people to do. Only reconstructive cases and limited cosmetic changes should be done.
We are still free. Even in Finland. Trust me, I grew up in a neighboring Scandinavian country ... Norway.

Why should YOU be able to tell people what they can do with THEIR appearance, bodies, or finances?

This is a very strange concept, as airlines are not usually associated with plastic surgery, however, Finnair is suffering greatly, and they need to allieviate their financial issues in some form or fashion. Very creative promotion if you ask me. Paying a consultation fee and having to take several (or many flights, depending on who you talk to) is not as run of the mill as brushing your teeth.

It's great we can still do what we want ... while we still can.

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It sounds like a good idea but from looking at it the only drawback I see is that it looks the customer gets kind of screwed over on the point conversion (meaning you would be better off redeeming your points for flights).

I would love to see a plastic surgery rewards credit card come out. If there was one that had good rewards (better than 1%) I would probably get one.

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The customer does get screwed with this deal in the end.

I'm all for a plastic surgery rewards card ... let's write some letters to the right people! And yes, more than 1% for sure!

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Let's call it the Platinum Plastic card - has a nice ring to it, don't you think?

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I agree, la_angel!

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