Alaska Airlines Visa Cards

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April 19 UPDATE:  It appears Alaska has pulled this offer. It is entirely possible that it was released too early and we’ll see it return on May 1. Be sure the check back!

Here’s advance notice of an offer that launches on May 1st that will award 1,000 elite-qualifying miles for every $5,000 spent on Alaska Airlines Visa cards. Cardholders need to register for the offer and then they will earn the bonus elite qualifying miles for purchases made between May 1 and November 30, 2023.

Click here to learn more and to register for this offer

Terms and conditions:

Qualified members can earn 1,000 elite qualifying miles that count toward elite status qualification if they make any combination of purchase transactions totaling at least $5,000 (exclusive of any fees, including the annual fee, returns and adjustments) that post to eligible Alaska Airlines Visa consumer and business cards from May 1, 2023 through November 30, 2023. Purchases from different Alaska Airlines credit card accounts cannot be combined to reach the $5,000 threshold. If customer holds multiple Alaska Airlines Visa consumer and business cards, combination of spend to reach 5,000 miles is only allowed per credit card account. Allow 8-12 weeks from qualifying for the elite-qualifying miles to be posted to your Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan. To qualify for this offer, your credit card account must be open with active charging privileges. Bank of America is not responsible for fulfillment of this elite qualifying miles offer and posting of miles directly to your Alaska Mileage Plan account. Elite-qualifying miles will not appear on your credit card statement. Elite-qualifying miles count toward elite status qualification only for calendar year 2023, are non-redeemable and cannot be used toward award travel.

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  1. Not bad in theory. In practice, Alaska has recently destroyed their award charts, made zero-notice devaluations in direct contrast with what they had specifically promised, has worse award availability than other OW members, and charges much more than competitors for many awards in premium cabins. In short, they’ve abrogated the trust people put into them.

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