Extra $100 When You Apply for Alaska Card
Bank of America has a new offer for the Alaska Airlines credit card that’s even better than the public bonus. You can earn 70,000 miles when you apply and are approved for the card, plus a $100 credit. This offer shows up when you do a dummy booking.
The annual fee on the card is now $95, so the $100 credit helps take care of it. Some of the perks and benefits have changed. Let’s see the details.
- Get a $100 statemen credit, 70,000 Bonus Miles and Alaska’s Famous Companion Fare from $122 ($99 fare plus taxes and fees from $23) after you make $3,000 or more in purchases within the first 90 days of your account opening.
- $95 Annual Fee (Not waived)
To find this offer, go to AlaskaAir.com and start a search. Pick your flights, and before you pay you will see this offer. Click “apply now” and continue the application.
- 3X miles for spend on Alaska and 2x miles on eligible gas, cable, streaming services and local transit purchases.
- 10% rewards bonus on all miles earned from card purchases if you have an eligible Bank of America account.
- Get Alaska’s Companion Fare each account anniversary after you spend $6,000 or more on purchases within the prior anniversary year
- Free checked bag when you pay with your card
- 20% back on Alaska Airlines in-flight purchases (including food, beverage, and Wi-Fi)
- $100 off an annual Alaska Lounge+ Membership
The personal Alaska Airlines credit card now has a $95 annual fee and the benefits have changed. There are new 2x categories, a 10% added bonus for bank account holders, and the free checked bag benefit has been restricted only to flights booked with the card.
If you plan to apply, then this dummy booking offer is probably the best we have seen, besides targeted offers.
Capital One Venture X Business earns 2X miles on everyday purchases plus up to 10X in bonus categories. You also get access to Capital One lounges plus an annual travel credit & anniversary bonus. Right now you earn bonus_miles_full.
Opinions, reviews, analyses & recommendations are the author’s alone, and have not been reviewed, endorsed or approved by any of these entities.