Alaska Airlines Business Card Offer, 42,000 Miles Plus Possible $100 Credit
Many people in “the hobby” believe that Alaska Airlines miles are the best mile out there. And they are normally pretty hard to earn since Marriott Bonvoy is the only transfer partner. That plus Bank of America’s crack down on multiple applications has made it harder to amass these valuable miles. The increased offer on the Alaska Airlines business card should help with that. And since it is a business card it should not count towards Chase 5/24 status.
The new and improved welcome offer is as follows:
- Get 40,000 bonus miles plus Alaska’s Famous Companion Fare™ from $121 ($99 fare plus taxes and fees from just $22) with this offer. Plus get an additional 2,000 bonus miles when you apply today with an employee. To qualify, make purchases of $2,000 or more within the first 90 days of opening your account.
- Some people are being sent a letter with an offer of a $100 statement credit after $500 spend as well, after being approved, as per Doctor of Credit.
- $75 annual fee not waived. ($50 per business, $25 per card)
Card’s Earning Structure & Perks
The Alaska Airlines Business card comes with the following earning structure and perks:
- 3x miles per $1 spent on Alaska Airlines tickets, vacation packages, and cargo purchases
- 1x miles on everything else
- Free checked bag for you and up to six other passengers on your reservation
- No foreign transaction fees
- NEW! 50% off Alaska Lounge day passes
- NEW! 20% back on inflight food, beverage and Wi-Fi purchases
This is the best offer we have seen for this credit card. You should net around $630 in value after taking the annual fee into account. That does not include whatever value you would get from the companion certificate. Then it gets even better if the $100 credit works out.
Bank of America has been stingy on all applications but even more so on business applications. Sometimes they will ask for your tax returns, pay stubs, your first unborn child (kidding on that last one). So be prepared to send in that kind of documentation if you really want the card. One good thing is that their business cards don’t report to your personal credit report.