New Bank of America Asiana Visa: 30K Sign-Up Bonus


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Bank of America has released a new Asiana Airlines Visa Signature credit card.

The Offer

Get 30,000 Bonus Miles after you make $3,000 or more in purchases within the first 90 days of account opening. $99 annual fee NOT waived the first year.

Card Benefits

  • 3 miles for every $1 spent on purchases with Asiana Airlines
  • 2 miles for every $1 spent on gas and at grocery stores
  • 1 mile for every $1 spent on all other purchases
  • 10,000 Bonus Miles Certificate awarded annually (Good for Asiana flights only)
  • Automatic $100 annual rebate on Asiana Airlines ticket purchases
  • 2 lounge invitations each year on the card anniversary date

You can find the application link on our Best Signup Offers page.

HT: Doctor of Credit

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[…] first personal card I’m going to apply for will be the Asiana Airlines Visa Signature card, and this is the one I’m probably most attracted by. As many readers might know, my wife […]


Looks like Bank of America takes a lot of time to post the miles to Asiana. How long does it really take?… My credit card statement closed two weeks ago and my Asiana miles have not posted yet.


how long did it end up taking? Mine closed about a week ago.

[…] Bank of America’s Asiana Visa – 30k bonus after $3,000 spend. Have another each month (or so I’m told). […]


Is this a card that I can apply for every 30 days?


i’m definitely jumping on this offer. is this card as “churnable” as the Alaska cards?


How churnable are Alaska cards now? It seems to be changing all the time.

Can we do 4 at a time every month? or what can we do?



What I read and what I just did myself were 3 applications same day. They were all approved in 60 seconds. You can mix personal and business. I checked, they all combined to just one pull on Transunion and Experian. The advice I read was not to apply multiple Alaskan same day, but personal and business fine.


MileValue loves Asianna, Google will lead to booking advice. Here is copy and paste from him:

“High Value Awards: USA to Southern South America in Business Class for 35k Miles and no fuel surcharges, USA to Europe in Lufthansa First for 50k Miles Plus Fuel Surcharges”

To some regions, Asiana’s award chart is so under-priced that some awards are a good deal even after fuel surcharges. Plus, as mentioned above, I love flying to South America, and no Star Alliance flights to South America have fuel surcharges, meaning I get the insanely good award chart without having to pay much cash out of pocket.”


This card has one big concern: $99 annual fee. I don’t know how BoA is receptive to waiving the fee every year, but unless you must collect Asiana miles, why go with a card that essentially gives only 1 point per dollar? The Freedom Unlimited gives 1.5x and it’s FREE.


so paying $99 for having 66% of miles needed for Lufthansa F to Europe is a bad deal?


Wow! You would pay $99 for 66%? I just recently paid nothing for almost 100%. I must be doing something wrong.


Hey Shawn – any good ideas how these can be put to use? You’re good at helping us readers envision how the miles can be used 🙂


I read that the 10,000 mile certificate can only be used on Asiana flights, and NOT Star Alliance award bookings. Shawn, do you know if that is true? Did not see that mentioned for clarification in your summary.