Credit Card Updates: Alaska Airlines with 35,000 Miles, Chase Southwest Premier with 50,000 Miles & Chase Sapphire Preferred MasterCard with 50,000 Miles
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Just a quick post to let you know of a few new offers and credit card update. I do NOT get a referral for any of these cards, but always like to post the best links which I can find!
As always, I update the Hot Deals tab as soon as I find better offers, but blog about it later.1. Alaska Airlines 35,000 miles. Jared found a link to a 35,000 mile Alaska Airlines credit card from Bank of America. This card is reported to be easy to get again (like other Bank of America credit cards).
However, Bank of America does a bait and switch if you’re approved for a lower version of the card, so just be aware that you could get only 15,000 miles if you’re approved for the Platinum Plus version or 13,000 miles if approved for the Preferred.
The Premier version has a $99 annual fee (unlike the $69 fee for the Plus version), but offers a 6,000 point yearly bonus and does let you acquire points towards A-list elite status.
The sign-up bonus from the Chase Southwest credit card still appears to be counting towards the Southwest Companion Pass.3. Chase Sapphire Preferred MasterCard for 50,000 points. On Thursday, I shared a link to a Chase Sapphire Preferred MasterCard and what I thought was a working link to a Chase Sapphire Preferred Visa card both with a 50,000 mile sign up bonus.
Readers let me know that both links were actually links to the 50,000 point version of the Chase Sapphire Preferred MasterCard.
The takeaway is that there is still a link to the Chase Sapphire Preferred which offers a 50,000 point sign up bonus.
My affiliate link offers only 40,000 points, so you’re better of with the 50,000 version. I updated the Hot Deals tab with links to the better 50,000 point version as soon as I found out about it. Hopefully, this will last longer than the links which appeared (and then disappeared) last week!
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