|Card Details and Application Link|
Alaska Airlines Visa Signature
72K miles + Companion Fare ($99 fare + taxes) after $3K spend in 3 months
Click Here to Apply (this is NOT an affiliate link)
$95 Annual Fee
Leave "Employee ID" blank or fill-in with any 6-digit number
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Recent better offer: Up to 67K miles: 42K miles + Companion Fare ($99 + taxes) after $2K spend in 3 months + 25K miles after $8K total purchases in first 6 months [Expired during 2021]
FM Mini Review: Alaska miles are quite valuable so this offer is better than it appears
Card Type: Visa Signature
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Earning rate: 3X Alaska Airlines ⚬ 2X gas, cable, streaming services and local transit including ride share purchases ⚬ 1X elsewhere
Big spend bonus: $121 companion pass every year after $6K spend. 2,000 Elite-Qualifying Miles after every $10K in spend
Noteworthy perks: ⚬ Free first checked bag for you and up to six other passengers on your reservation ⚬ Priority Boarding ⚬ 10% bonus on earned miles with eligible BOA account
See also: Alaska Airlines Companion Fare Complete Guide
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Do business cards count towards the “3/12 or 7/12 Rule: You won’t be approved if you have opened 3 or more accounts, with any bank, in the past 12 months. For those with Bank of America deposit accounts, the rule changes to 7+ accounts.”
Personal DP: I was denied for the business card this past week. I have opened two business cards and one personal credit card in the past 12 months.
No, business cards don’t count towards that rule
Capital One business cards do, unfortunately.
hi, this 72K offer is asking for an employee name and ID. It won’t let me submit without it.
You should be able to leave the name blank and put in any number for the ID.
Can P1 and P2 combine Alaska airlines miles? Thank so much.
Link not working
Try the link in the comment below, worked for me.
Seeing a 62K offer in flight. Also available at alaskaair62k.com
Surprisingly I just got approved (I had been denied a couple of years ago).
Offer was 62K miles on 3K spend in 3 months
Link still worked for me while others didn’t, thanks!
“Click here to apply” link says “This card application is unavailable”
seems like the offer may now be 50k and no statement credit? please double check
seems like 60k + $100 link expires
Is anyone still seeing the 60k offer? Sadly the link has expired for me.
I have had this card for 10+ years and somehow have amassed a very high credit limit of $50k. I rarely use it except for the companion fare, but now even find that the $75 is not worth it to me for the companion fare. THinking about closing this card but I have no other B of a cards in my portfolio. rep said there is no option for product changing. Is there a way to apply for another B of A card and transfer my credit limit without it counting against my 5/24 for future Chase applications? I presume not….and if not, deciding which B of A card to apply for
No, I don’t think so. That’s a shame that the rep said there were no product change options. It might be worth calling again to see if you get a different answer.
stumbled across this 50K offer
Thanks! Nick has updated to that offer
Linked offer has chaged to 40k and $100 statement credit
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why is the first year estimate so low? Are you valuing Alaska miles at less than 1 cent per point?? How do you value you the companion ticket?
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Link is not working.
Thanks. I’ve fixed that. Unfortunately, I can no longer find a working link to the offer with the $100 statement credit. I’ve replaced the link with a 31K offer after $1K spend (plus $0 companion fare).