Earlier, we have written post on how to get miles quickly for a trip to India. We have highlighted that Bank of America Alaska Airlines Visa signature is the credit card to apply.
However, the public offer has a $75 annual fee, which mean you are paying $75 for every 25,000 Alaska Air Mileage Plan miles by signing up for this card.
There is a better offer for the Bank of America Alaska Airlines Visa Signature card, you can get 25,000 bonus miles upon approval and a $100 statement credit after making $1,000 or more in purchases within 90 days.
How to get this offer?
Unfortunately, there is no direct link to this offer. You will have to make a dummy booking at Alaskaair.com (in a Private browsing session/Incognito mode)
1. Start a dummy booking at Alaskaair.com (origin/destination does not matter)
2. Select the itinerary
3. Enter Passenger details
4. Skip Seats
5. Skip Add on products
6. On the final page, you will be asked to enter your credit card details to confirm th ebooking. In that page, you will see one of the following two
If you get the above image, you can click “Apply now” and complete your application. However, If you get the below image, you should refresh or try again in another private session/Incognito mode.
As Suggested in the earlier post, you can apply for 2 or more of these cards on the same day and get multiple signup bonus (apply on the same day ensures that the credit inquires are merged in your credit report)
It is possible to get Bank of America Alaska Airlines Visa Signature card with 25,000 bonus miles and $100 statement credit after $1,ooo in purchases with 90 days.
With the $100 statement credit offer, It is like you are getting paid to travel to India. As a reminder, you just 42.5K miles +taxes/fees for a one way award ticket to India in Emirates.
Thanks to Pointscentric for finding this offer
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