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Higher 30,000 Mile Bonus for Bank of America Alaska Airlines Card Now Available

The sign-up bonus on the Bank of America Alaska Airlines Visa Signature card is now 30,000 Alaska Airlines miles after meeting minimum spending requirements.

The previous sign-up bonus was 25,000 Alaska Airlines miles upon approval.  But, you’d also earn a $100 statement credit after meeting spending requirements.

The new offer no longer includes the $100 statement credit and requires minimum spending to earn the sign-up bonus.

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, USA - JANUARY 28, 2013: An Alaska Airlines Boeing 737-400 lands at Los Angeles Airport on January 28, 2013. The plane seats 126 passengers with a range of 10,200 km

Take Off With Alaska Airlines Using the Increased 30,000 Mile Sign-Up Bonus From the Bank of America Alaska Airlines Card

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If You Don’t Know This AMEX Secret, You’re Missing Out!

If you like to earn sign-up bonuses for Big Travel, applying for AMEX small business cards may NOT hurt your chances of card approvals with other banks if you’ve had many new cards recently.

I’ve written about card limits at Chase.  If you’ve opened ~5 or more credit card accounts (from any bank) on your personal credit report in the past 24 months, it’s unlikely Chase will approve you for many of their credit cards.

But did you know AMEX small business cards do NOT appear on your personal credit report?

If You Don't Know This AMEX Secret You're Missing Out

It’s a Million Mile Secret! AMEX Small Business Cards Don’t Show Up On Your Personal Credit Report. This Means You Might Get Approved for More Cards With Chase!

I’ll tell you which other banks’ small business cards won’t impact the Chase rules.  And how this can help you earn more miles and points!

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Top US Airlines for Consumer Satisfaction Rated by J.D. Power

Drum roll!  The results are in for the 2016 North American Airline Satisfaction Study.  Surprisingly, overall customer satisfaction with airlines is at a 10-year high!

The increase in airlines’ social media customer service on sites like Twitter and Facebook help the companies get instant feedback from passengers.  And they appear to be listening!

Top US Airlines For Consumer Satisfaction Rated By J.D. Power

Which Airline Puts a Smile on Your Face? A Majority Say JetBlue, Southwest, and Alaska Airlines

Let’s take a look at which airlines did best in the study!

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The Alaska Airlines Card Just Got More Useful

Folks on the myFICO forums report there are no more foreign transaction fees with the Bank of America Alaska Airlines card.  Now you can use the card overseas without the 3% fee!

This makes the card a better deal for folks who collect Alaska Airlines miles and travel abroad frequently.

You can use Alaska Airlines miles you earn from the card for award flights on Alaska Airlines or any of its airline partners, including Air France, Icelandair, and most recently Japan Airlines!

The Alaska Airlines Card Just Got More Useful

Save Money on Foreign Transaction Fees With the Bank of America Alaska Airlines Card

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Meet $1,000 Minimum Spend & Earn $200 Bonus!

Update:   Sign-ups for this account are temporarily unavailable.  If you decide to apply when it’s back online, be sure to verify the bonus BEFORE you submit your application!

Looking for a way to meet the minimum spending requirements to earn the sign-up bonus on your new credit card?  Via Doctor of Credit, you can open a bank account at Seacoast Bank and fund an initial deposit up to $1,000 with a credit card.

And, you can earn up to a $200 sign-up bonus after meeting certain requirements with the bank through June 30, 2016!

Meet 1,000 Minimum Spend Earn 200 Bonus

Meet $1,000 of Minimum Spending and Earn a $200 Bank Sign-Up Bonus!

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