A few weeks back the welcome bonus increased to 30,000 miles on the personal version of the Bank of America Alaska Airlines Visa. Now the business version of the card is also offering 30,000 bonus miles when you sign-up!
The amazing part aspect about these cards is that you can get approved for both the personal and business version of the card on the same day to earn 60,000 miles + $100 statement credit. You’ll have to pay the $75 annual fee on each card ($150 total), but you’ll get $100 back from the personal card.
Plus, when you apply on the same day the the hard pulls will combine into one credit inquiry.
Card Offer – 30,000 Bonus Miles
The Alaska Airlines Visa Business Card is now offering 30,000 miles after spending $1,000 within the first 3 months (OFFER EXPIRED). The $75 annual fee is not waived the first year.
From my experience the bonus from the Alaska Airlines Visa cards post almost immediately after meeting the spending requirement.
- Earn 3X miles for every $1 spent on Alaska Airlines tickets, vacation packages, cargo, and inflight purchases.
- Earn 1X mile for every $1 spent on all other purchases.
- Free checked bag for you and up to six other passengers on your reservation
- Annual companion fare from $121 ($99, plus taxes and fees from $22).
- No foreign transaction fees.
- Annual fee: $75 (not waived the first year)
Note: If you don’t qualify for the Signature Card, Bank of America may issue you the lower Platinum Plus or Preferred card, which offers a lower welcome bonus and annual fee.
The Bottom Line
The Bank of America Alaska Airlines Visa is now offering a 30,000 welcome bonus on both the personal version and business version of the card. This is great to see and now allows you to earn up to 60,000 Alaska miles if you are approved for both cards.
I personally love these cards since I have been able to get approved for both cards at the same time on multiple occasions and the minimum spending requirement is relatively low. Plus, Alaska Airlines miles are incredible valuable and allow incredible flexibility with there stopover and open-jaw rules on award tickets.