This Airline Card’s Sign-Up Bonus Just Doubled!
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For a limited-time, you can earn 50,000 Cathay Pacific miles after spending $2,500 in the first 90 days of opening your account.
I do NOT recommend this card if you’re new to the miles & points hobby. But I’ll show you why this card could be ideal for folks who have been earning miles & points for a while!
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I’ll give you the details of this limited-time offer. And remind you what you can do with the miles you’ll earn from the Cathay Pacific Visa Signature card!
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Cathay Pacific US Credit Card
You’ll now earn 50,000 Cathay Pacific miles when you open the Cathay Pacific Visa Signature card and spend $2,500 on purchases in the first 90 days of opening your account. That’s 25,000 miles higher than the previous sign-up bonus!
You’ll also get:
- 2 Cathay Pacific miles per $1 spent with Cathay Pacific
- 1.5 Cathay Pacific miles per $1 spent on dining
- 1.5 Cathay Pacific miles per $1 spent on purchases outside the US
- 1 Cathay Pacific mile per $1 spent on all other purchases made in the US
- NO foreign transaction fees
The annual fee is $95, and it’s NOT waived the first year.
Is This a Good Deal?
Cathay Pacific uses a distance-based award chart. So the price of an award flight depends on the distance you fly.
It costs 40,000 Cathay Pacific miles for a one-way coach flight from the west coast to Asia. And 60,000 miles for a round-trip ticket. So the Cathay Pacific Visa Signature is only enough for a one-way flight to Asia.
Check out my posts on how to make the most of your Cathay Pacific miles and the secret ways to book Cathay Pacific award flights.
That said, I do NOT recommend this card for folks new to the miles and points hobby. That’s because there are better Chase credit cards you should open first. And if you’ve opened 5+ cards from any bank (NOT counting Chase business cards and these other business cards) in the past 24 months, it’s unlikely you’ll be approved for those more valuable cards.
However, if you already have lots of credit cards from the major banks, like AMEX, Chase, and Citi, this could be a great card for you! That’s because the Cathay Pacific Visa Signature is issued by Synchrony Bank. And most folks in miles & points don’t have many cards from them.
For a limited time, you’ll earn 50,000 Cathay Pacific miles after opening the Cathay Pacific Visa Signature and spending $2,500 on purchases in the first 90 days of opening your account. That’s enough for a one-way flight from the east coast to Asia. And nearly enough for a round-trip ticket!
This is NOT a good card for beginners, because there are other cards with better sign-up bonuses! But if you already have lots of credit cards with the major card issuers, this could be a good option for you.
We don’t earn anything from this card. But we’ll always tell you about the best offers!
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