(EXPIRED) Alaska Airlines BankAmeriDeal (& Chase Offer?): Get 10% Back On $50-$310 Spend

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There’s a targeted BankAmeriDeal – and possibly Chase Offer – giving 10% back on Alaska Airlines purchases.

The Deal

  • Get 10% back on all your Alaska Airlines purchases when spending $50+ per purchase with a targeted BankAmeriDeal.

Key Terms

  • Expires April 5, 2022.
  • Maximum $31 back.
  • Payment must be made directly with the merchant.
  • Offer not valid on Alaska Airlines airport purchases, purchases made with Mileage Plan points, gift card purchases, or in-flight purchases.

Quick Thoughts

With a maximum of $31 back, you’ll max this out when spending $310, although each transaction has to be at least $50 in order to get the 10% back.

If you have a Costco membership you can buy Alaska Airlines gift cards for 10% off any day of the week. This BankAmeriDeal might be preferable for a couple of reasons though. For starters, the Costco deal is for a $500 gift card, whereas you might not need to spend that much.

The other benefit of this BankAmeriDeal is that you might get it on a card that offers travel protections, while paying for airfare fully with a discounted Alaska Airlines gift card means you’d be forgoing those kind of protections.

h/t EW

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Ron

My B of A offer was for only 5% back, with a $15.50 maximum (so same total spend maximum). Nothing on any Chase cards.

DaninMCI

Seems like a decent deal. Drops the companion fee down to under $100 it seems, just on its own. I wonder if you couldn’t somehow purchase some airfare into your Alaska Wallet and use it from there. For example, could you book some travel and then have them refund it into your Alaska Airlines Wallet system on a refund for say, oh $310 and then later book a flight for more than that and a gift card to top that off instead of being limited to $31 rebate on a single ticket. Maybe none of that matters in the big picture. If you could split the payment you might be able to book most of a flight with a gift card (no travel protections) and then just put a portion of the flight on a CSR to get the travel protections. My understanding is as long as you pay for any part of the trip with the CSR the travel protections work but that could have changed since the last time I looked.

Marty DDS

does anyone know when this deal started? I just purchased Alaska last week