Good afternoon everyone. A few weeks ago, I did a mini app-o-rama and applied for 3 credit cards: Capital One Venture X Credit Card (read post), Chase IHG Rewards Premier Business Credit Card (read post), and Bank of America Alaska Airlines Credit Card.
In this post, I will show you the Bank of America Alaska Airlines card art, sign up bonus, and welcome letter. First things first, here is the front and back of the card. It is clean and nicely designed. I like that it has my Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan Number on the back. It has a very similar style as the Bank of America Alaska Airlines Business Credit Card.
The Bank of America Alaska Airlines Credit Card currently offers 60,000 Alaska Airlines Miles after spending $3,000 in 3 months and comes with a $75 annual fee. This credit card comes with a $100 statement credit and an Alaska Airlines Companion Fare.
I was instantly approved for this credit card and received this welcome email. A few days later, I received another email that my card was shipped (aka mailed USPS First Class Mail). I received the new credit card about a week later.
Here are the pages of the welcome letter along with a letter about my credit score and interest rates.
I also received an insert that stated the credit card sign up bonus. I always appreciate when the credit card company provides details of the sign up bonus.
I am an Alaska Airlines MVP Elite Member (bottom tier) and well on my way to making MVP elite status again this year. Between my wife and I, this will be a third Alaska Airlines credit card, so that means we will have 3 Companion Fare codes each year, which comes in handy. We fly Alaska Airlines to Hawaii and New York City, so these Companion Fares have saved us hundreds of dollars. I don’t have an immediate use for more Alaska Airlines miles, but I may use them to fly Fiji Airways Business Class to Fiji at some point in the next 1-2 years.
If you have any questions about the Bank of America Alaska Airlines Credit Card, please leave a comment below. Have a great day everyone!P.S. If you liked this post, I recommend reading my other credit card unboxing posts (sorted by date):