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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 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.
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Here are the details!
What’s the Deal?
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.
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?