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Via Miles Briefs, Visa Signature & Visa Infinite cardholders can earn GroundLink credits for registering their cards. And you can earn 1 credit per eligible card. So this could be a lucrative deal for folks with lots of Visa cards!
You’ll get $20 for each Visa Signature card and $30 for each Visa Infinite card you link. Team member Jason was able to collect an easy $100 in GroundLink credits!
Here are the details.
What’s the Deal?
The ride service GroundLink has a great deal for certain Visa cardholders. You can get a $20 credit for each Visa Signature card and a $30 credit for each Visa Infinite card you link to your GroundLink account.
To get the deal, you’ll need to register your cards through these links:
In addition, when you pay with a registered Visa Signature card you’ll get 10% off the base fare. And reservations made with a registered Visa Infinite card will get 15% off the base fare.
The terms state the credit you earn can only be applied to a booking made with the card that earned the credit. So you’re not supposed to be able to combine the credits from different cards for a single reservation. But this is apparently not being enforced (though that could change any time!).
Business cards are NOT eligible for the promotion. But there are lots of personal Visa Signature cards, including:
- Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card
- Marriott Rewards® Premier Credit Card
- The Hyatt Credit Card
- British Airways Visa Signature® Card
- Bank of America® Premium Rewards® Credit Card
- Bank of America Alaska Airlines Visa Signature® Card
- Bank of America Asiana Visa Signature® Card
- LANPASS Visa Signature® Card
- SKYPASS Visa® Signature Credit Card
- Cathay Pacific Visa Signature® Card
- United MileagePlus® Explorer Card
- Club Carlson Premier Rewards Visa Signature® Card
- Barclaycard Wyndham Rewards Visa
Visa Infinite cards include:
If you’re not sure if your Visa qualifies, look for the word “Signature” or “Infinite” under the Visa logo on your card. If it’s there, it should work for this deal.
Is This a Good Deal?
With GroundLink, you schedule your ride ahead of time, so it’s not as convenient as Uber or Lyft. But you will need to add your flight information to your reservation and they will adjust your pick-up time if you run into any delays.
You can reserve anything from an economy car to a party bus (20 to 40 passengers), and they even offer limousine service!
This obviously won’t be as cheap as other ride-sharing options, but this promotion could change that! Plus, GroundLink operates in 110 countries! So if you’re traveling with a large group, or you’re in a country where you won’t have cell service to access Uber or Lyft, this could be a nice option.
As long as you can still combine the credits from multiple cards for a single booking, this is a great deal! And if you’ve got a bunch of Visa cards you might even be able to get a free limousine ride!
Visa cardholders have a great opportunity to earn free (or really cheap) rides with GroundLink. You can earn a $20 credit and 10% off the base fare, for each Visa Signature card you register. And you’ll get a $30 credit and 15% off the base fare for each Visa Infinite card you link.
If you have a lot of Visa cards, the credits can add up quickly! And even though the terms say you can’t combine credits to pay for a single booking, folks report that this is NOT currently being enforced.
Do you plan on taking advantage of this deal to try out GroundLink?