Bank of America is sending out a targeted offer to its Alaska Airlines Visa Signature card holders offering $50 flight discount after spending $1,000 or more by Dec 31, 2016.
This is a targeted offer and you should activate this offer from the email sent you. After meeting the requirements, you will find a discount code in your Alaska Airlines Mileage plan account.
Here are the complete terms and conditions
To be eligible for this offer, your account must be open with charging privileges and you must activate this offer by December 31, 2016. You will receive a $50 flight discount code on future travel if from the date you activate this offer through December 31, 2016 you make purchases of $1,000 or more, minus returns, credits and adjustments (“Purchases”) with your Alaska Airlines Visa Signature® credit card. We reserve the right to verify eligibility of all transactions. If your account is converted to a different rewards program or to a card without a rewards program during the offer timeframe, the offer is no longer valid. Allow up to 12 weeks from the end of the promotion for the $50 flight discount code to appear in your Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan™ online account. You must use ‘My Account’ to access the $50 flight discount code at alaskaair.com. The discount code can only be used on Alaska Airlines flights and is not valid on partner airlines. The $50 flight discount code will expire one year from the date issued to your Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan online account. The value of this reward may constitute taxable income to you. You may be issued an Internal Revenue Service Form 1099 (or other appropriate form) that reflects the value of such reward. Please consult your tax advisor, as neither we, nor our affiliates, provide tax advice.
You can get a $50 discount code after spending $1,000 or more with your Alaska Airlines Visa Signature card. This is a targeted offer and you must activate through the email, if you are targeted.
Discount code expires in 1 year from the date of issue.
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