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Bank of America has increased the welcome offer on the Alaska Airlines Business card to 70,000 Mileage Plan miles + a Companion Fare when spending $4,000 in the first 90 days of card membership. That equals the highest bonus we’ve ever seen on this card.
The Offer & Key Card Details
|Card Offer and Details|
50K miles + Companion Fare
50K miles + Companion Fare ($99 fare + taxes) after $3K spend in 3 months$95 Annual Fee
Information about this card has been collected independently by Frequent Miler. The issuer did not provide the details, nor is it responsible for their accuracy.
Recent better offer: 70K after $4K in 3 months [Expired 4/23]
FM Mini Review: Alaska miles are quite valuable so this offer is better than it appears
Earning rate: 3X Alaska Airlines ⚬ 2x gas, EV charging, shipping and local transit ⚬ 1X elsewhere
Card Type: Visa
Big spend bonus: $121 companion pass every year after $6K spend.
Noteworthy perks: ⚬ Free first checked bag for you and up to six other passengers on your reservation ⚬ 10% bonus on earned miles with eligible BOA business account
This is a tremendous offer on the Alaska Airlines Visa Business card, with the 70,000 bonus Mileage Plan miles you earn being the highest publicly available bonus we’ve ever seen on this card. Outside of a brief period last year, we’ve only seen the bonus go as high as 60,000 miles, so getting an extra 10,000 miles for the same spend – along with the Companion Fare – is an excellent earning opportunity, especially considering how valuable Mileage Plan miles are.
In addition to the 70,000 bonus miles and Companion Fare, the card offers free checked bags for you and up to six other people on the same reservation, 20% off in-flight purchases and no foreign transaction fees.
As you’ll see above, the card comes with a $95 annual fee, with the fee working slightly differently to most other credit cards. There’s a $70 fee for the company and then a $25 fee per card, hence the $95 total fee if you’re not adding any employee cards.
While Bank of America does have application rules for consumer cards including how often you can apply for them, those rules don’t apply for this Alaska Airlines business card and so you should be able to earn the bonus again even if you’ve had the card in the last couple of years.