Direct link: Alaska 30k + $100 statement credit + $0 companion fare


Alaska 30k plus statement cred plus 0 companion

Yesterday, we posted about how to find the best offer on the Alaska Airlines Visa Signature card. To recap, this offer includes:

  • 30,000 Alaska miles
  • $100 statement credit
  • $0 companion fare (you just pay the taxes)
  • Must spend $1,000 in the first 90 days

Yesterday’s post explained that you can find that offer by creating a dummy booking. We have since been made aware of the direct link to that offer — no dummy booking required. The new application link has been added to our Best Offers page, where you can find all of the current best signup offers.

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Wow, it’s a nice explanation, but it took me a while to remember to revisit this article.

Is the link still alive for the $100 credit+30K miles? I think I used your link to apply for my spouse’s CC, but he only got the miles but not the CR even though he spent over $1,100. He called CS and he was told they’d research and send a letter. No letter after 3 weeks. The rep also mentioned something that there should have been a code or promo # on the application… I never saw it before on the old applications…what could she have meant by this? Any other tips how we can get the $100 credit?
How could I prove BofA in the future that the info on the link said 30K+$100 credit so they honor it?

Thanks again.

[…] Direct link: Alaska 30k + $100 statement credit + $0 companion fare: While we don’t have a firm end date on this offer, BOA says that it is limited-time. We were surprised to see that the $100 statement credit stuck around to be bundled with the $0 companion fare. This is a great offer that is worthy of consideration. […]

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I still do not understand how this companion ticket works through Alaskan CC and how I could take advantage of it. E.g. I and my spouse both have this CC and we also have 2 kids. Should he buy a ticket for himself and get a companion ticket for one kid and I’d do the same? The previous poster said he wanted to charge the Arrival CC, how would Alaskan know that he qualifies to obtain the companion fare for the taxes only if Alaskan CC isn’t used? Will he need to call Alaskan Air to tell that he has Alaskan CC hence he owes taxes only on the companion fare even though he uses the Arrival CC?

PS. At the same time I’d like to as a similar question re Citi Advantage Platinum Select MC. It says that I’ll be able to check in a luggage on the domestic flight for free. The part I do not understand is whether I (and family members) qualify regardless how I pay for that domestic flight…? Will I still qualify if I charged that flight to a different CC or in our case we booked one-way with Avios points and the return flight was booked with Advantage award points and taxes on both were charged to Alaskan CC? Maybe it’s a stupid question but have to ask.

Thank you.

[…] Bank of America has a new offer for the Alaska Airlines Visa Signature card: 30,000 miles, a $100 statement credit, and a $0 companion fare (normally $99). [Frequent Miler] […]

[…] Update: There’s now a direct link for this offer which you can find here. […]


Do I need to charge the flight to my Alaska credit card to be eligible to use the companion fare discount code?


Agreed on the 3X miles, but I’m interested in charging to my Arrival card so I can use my points to cover the cost of the flight. Thanks for the thorough answer!


Am I right that th $100 statement credit comes after you make $1K in spend req? It doesn’t require any Alaska airline flight purchase? I like th distance based award within USA but it is only on Alaska flights? I don’t think Alaska flies from Chicago? I am based in Midwest Chicago. Thanks


Is the companion pass good for Business Class ticket or only for Economy?


Thank you

[…] Hat Tip Frequent Miler […]


I applied on April 29th and got approved. The offer was for 35k miles after $1000 spend in first 3 months. Called Alaska to see if they can match the offer and was told no, but they gave me $100 credit on my account to be used in next 12 months.


I can’t see the new link. Still the old companion page comes up.


What is the limits for this card if I already have 2 of them in the past? Do I qualify for another? ~10 months ago signed up