Last week, the Bank of America Alaska Airlines card brought back the increased sign-up bonus. And now, via One Mile at a Time they’ve added a new benefit!
Cardholders and up to 6 friends or family members traveling on the same reservation will now get their 1st checked bag free on Alaska Airlines.
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The Bank of America Alaska Airlines Card Just Got Better. Now You Check Your Bag Without Worrying About the Fees
Find out all the details on this new perk!
Via Mommy Points, the sign-up bonus on the Citi Executive AAdvantage card has been increased to 75,000 American Airlines miles after you spend $7,500 on purchases in the 1st 3 months of opening your account.
The $450 annual fee is NOT waived for the 1st year.
While this isn’t as good as last year’s 100,000 American Airlines mile sign-up bonus, it’s still a much better offer than the usual 50,000 mile sign-up bonus (which has a lower minimum spending requirement).
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Dreaming of Big Travel? Imagine Where You Could Go With 75,000 American Airlines Miles!
Let’s see what you get with the Citi Executive AAdvantage card and if it’s worth applying!
I wrote about a better offer for the Bank of America Alaska airlines card last month. And now, via View From the Wing, there’s a new working link!
You’ll earn 25,000 Alaska Airlines miles when your account is approved. And a $100 statement credit after you spend $1,000 on purchases in the 1st 3 months of opening your account.
That more than makes up for the $75 annual fee, which is NOT waived for the 1st year.
It’s Back! Earn 25,000 Alaska Airlines Miles Plus a $100 Statement Credit With the Bank of America Alaska Airlines Card
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Million Mile Secrets reader, TB, commented:
There are some hotel and airline chains in which you can transfer points/miles to points/miles and vice versa for 1:1 or 1:2 or better ratio.
What site can I go to to know what hotel or airline accepts transferred points/miles from other hotels or airlines?
Great question! You can NOT transfer airline miles from 1 airline to another. And you can NOT transfer hotel points between hotel programs. But it is possible to transfer hotel points to airline miles.
Let’s 1st look at transferring hotel points to airline miles. And later we can take a look at transferring airline miles to hotel points.
You Can Transfer Hotel Points to Airline Miles. But Should You?
I’ll explain how to do it. And if it’s ever a good idea to make the transfer!
There are some excellent increased credit card sign-up bonuses available right now. It can be hard to decide which cards to choose.
And depending on your travel style and goals, certain combinations of cards will get you Big Travel more quickly!
Which Cards Should You Apply for Together to Earn the Biggest Travel? It Depends on Your Travel Plans!
Let’s look at 3 scenarios that can help you turn your travel dreams into reality sooner!