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

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

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Update:  You can now get the Alaska Airlines 30,000 mile offer WITH a $100 statement credit after meeting minimum spending.

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.

Higher 30,000 Mile Bonus For Bank Of America Alaska Airlines Card Now Available
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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Here are the details!

What’s the Deal?

Link:   Bank of America 30,000 Alaska Airlines Miles Visa Signature Card 

Link:   My Review of the Alaska Airlines Card 

Link:   How to Use Alaska Airlines Miles

You can earn 30,000 Alaska Airlines miles when you’re approved for the Bank of America Alaska Airlines Visa Signature card and spend $1,000 on purchases in the first 90 days of opening your account.  You’ll also get:

  • 3 Alaska Airlines miles per $1 you spend on Alaska Airlines
  • 1 Alaska Airlines mile per $1 you spend on everything else
  • A coach Companion Fare certificate each year (your companion travels with you on a paid ticket for $99 plus tax)
  • First checked bag free for yourself and up to 6 companions traveling on the same reservation
  • Access to Visa Signature benefits
  • No foreign transaction fees (new!)

The $75 annual fee is NOT waived.

The increased sign-up bonus is great because Alaska Airlines miles are valuable for domestic and international award flights.  For example, a one-way coach award ticket between the US and Asia on Cathay Pacific costs 30,000 Alaska Airlines miles.

Alaska Airlines miles can be used for award tickets on airline partners, such as Cathay PacificDelta, and Icelandair with no fuel surcharges.

Here’s my full review of the card.

Note:  There are 2 versions of the Alaska Airlines card.  If you are approved with a credit line more than $5,000, you will receive a Visa Signature account with the above benefits.  If your credit line is less than $5,000, you will receive a Platinum Plus account, which has a much lower sign-up bonus.

Will you apply for the Alaska Airlines card with the increased sign-up bonus?

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Question: is the $100 credit a one-time thing....or can I apply for this card quarterly and get $100 every time?

Was approved for the 25,000 offer with out the$100. Apply for the 30,000

offer and was approve on 6/1/16. Got a total of 55,000 miles close to a trip

to Asia on Business Class. Excellent credit. Both Visa signature with credit line

over 10,000+. Will I get two companion pass each year?

I prefer the $100 + 25K offer but you also have to do a minimum spend of $1K to get the $100.

Note that you can still sign up for the old offer if you click through the Alaska Air website instead of through the BofA website.