There is a lucrative offer for the Bank of America Alaska Airlines Signature VISA card right now, that is allowing you to get 25,000 Mileage Plan miles, along with a $100 statement credit. That’s enough for a round trip ticket on Alaska Airlines and/or American Airlines. Interested? Of course you are! Alaska Airlines miles are some of the greatest miles to have because of their multi-alliance compatibility chart. You can redeem Alaska Airlines miles on American Airlines, Delta – Air France / KLM, Cathay Pacific, and now, Emirates!
You can also book one way awards now using your Alaska miles. The offer is quite simple actually–you will get 25,000 miles upon approval. After you spend $1,000 within 3 months, you will get a statement credit of $100. The annual fee for this card is $75.00, so you will make $25.00 at the end, if my math serves me right. Unlike other card offers, you don’t have to spend to get the enrollment bonus. You get it upon approval for the card. The statement credit pretty much will pay the annual fee, and you will have $25.00 left to load your Starbucks card and celebrate with a hazelnut venti macciatto. That’s just a suggestion.
This card itself has a lot of benefits. You get a companion ticket to use when you book any fare, which is nice. So if you go to Vegas, and the tickets cost $350, your companion, (i.e. mistress, girlfriend, wife, friend, boss, lover, etc) goes with you for only $118. The companion certificate loads right into your Mileage Plan account–no coupons necessary.. The card also gives you access to Visa Signature benefits like online shopping deals, free movie tickets, and a personal concierge, which I use A LOT!
If you already have this card, and it has been over 6 months since you last applied for it, You can get it again. That is one of the best features of this card–its totally churnable! I usually apply for this card twice a year and I always get it. This gives you many options to rack up miles real easily. Keep in mind, the normal offer for this card still gives you 25,000 miles upon approval, but does NOT give you the statement credit, which then leaves you paying the annual fee of $75. That’s still a good deal, but this is a way better deal! Good Luck!