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There’s a new airline credit card available for all of the hungry miles & points enthusiasts out there.
With the new Air France KLM card, you’ll earn 25,000 Flying Blue miles after meeting minimum spending requirements. Plus get perks like 3X Flying Blue miles per $1 spent on SkyTeam airlines and elite status credits.
You’ll earn 25,000 Flying Blue miles after spending $1,000 on purchases within 90 days of opening the new Bank of America Air France KLM card.
The card also comes with:
- 3X Flying Blue miles per $1 spent on all SkyTeam airlines
- 1.5X Flying Blue miles per $1 spend on everything else
- 5,000 Flying Blue miles each account anniversary provided you’ve spent $50+ that year
- Elite status credits – 60 tier points upon card approval, 20 more tier points on account anniversary, and an additional 40 tier points on account anniversary if you’ve spent $15,000+ within the anniversary year (for reference, Silver elite status requires 100 elite tier points)
- No foreign transaction fees
The $89 annual fee is NOT waived the first year.
Does This Card Make Sense for You?
I wouldn’t recommend this card for most people because there are other fantastic travel credit cards that come with much more valuable welcome bonuses. Especially given Flying Blue is a transfer partner with Chase Ultimate Rewards, AMEX Membership Rewards, Citi ThankYou, and Marriott points. So you could instead earn higher welcome bonuses from cards like the Ink Business Preferred® Credit Card, Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card, or Citi Premier℠ Card.
The only real value in this card is the elite status credits. So if you’re chasing status, it could be worth it if you don’t fly frequently enough.
The 3X Flying Blue miles for spending with SkyTeam airlines is nice, but you can get 3X per $1 on all travel purchases with the Chase Sapphire Reserve®. So it’s not a game changing perk.
What do you think about the new Air France KLM credit card? If you plan on adding it to your wallet, let us know why in the comments!