Published on June 1st, 2016 | by William Charles34
Bank of America Alaska Airlines 30,000 Miles + $100 Statement Credit Offer
Offer via Frequent Miler, no direct link. See details below on how to get this offer.
- Sign up for the Alaska Airlines Visa Signature credit card and receive a sign up bonus of 30,000 miles and a $100 statement credit after $1,000 in spend
How To Get The Offer
No longer needed, use this direct link instead.
Search for any flight on https://www.alaskaair.com Select a flight Enter passenger information Skip to payment information screen Offer should appear to the right of the credit card payment information screen Booking does not need to be completed.
- Annual fee of $75 is not waived
- Card earns at the following rates:
- 5x miles per $1 spent on Mileage Plan Dining
- 3x miles per $1 spent on Alaska Airlines tickets, vacation packages, and cargo purchases
- 1x miles on all other purchases
- Coach Companion Fare from $121
- They will sometimes approve you for a Platinum Plus Visa or Preferred Visa card which has different annual fees and sign up bonus
- Free checked bag for you and up to six other passengers on your reservation
- No foreign transaction fees
- The $100 statement credit offer is not tied to the Alaska Airlines reservation you just completed and will be applied 8-12 weeks after you make the qualifying purchases with your new card
There have been 50,000 offers in the past, although these were meant to be targeted so I doubt we’ll see these again unless Bank of America/Alaska Airlines makes another slip up. Previously the best offer has been 30,000 miles (just recently released) or 25,000 miles + $100 statement credit.
Before applying for this card or asking questions in the comments, I’d recommend you read about these 20 things everybody should know about Bank of America credit cards. One of the main benefits of Bank of America is that you can apply for multiple cards from them in the same day and they will be merged into a single inquiry. You might want to pair this offer with the $200 cash offer on their Cash Rewards card. I’d be careful applying for multiple Alaska cards as some people have had their points forfeit and accounts shut down, although some of these shut downs seem to be more a result of annual fee shenanigans.
If anybody finds a direct link for this offer, please let me know in the comments.
Hat tip to Frequent Miler