Earlier this month, Bank of America increased the sign up bonus for the Alaska Airlines Visa® Credit Card from 25,000 miles to 30,000 miles. [OFFER EXPIRED] If you are thinking of applying for the Alaska Airlines Visa® Credit Card, here is how to find an application link that also includes $100 statement credit.  (The annual fee for this card is $75 but with the $100 statement credit you will be earning $25 the first year.)

There are a couple of ways to find application links for the Alaska Airlines credit card offering a sign up bonus of 30K miles PLUS $100 statement credit: [OFFER EXPIRED but it may be worth trying to make a dummy booking to see if there is a better offer than the public offer]

1) Dummy Booking 

One consistent way I have been able to find links to the Alaska Airlines credit card application with the $100 statement credit is to make a dummy booking (basically pretend I am going to purchase a ticket) on alaskaair.com.

In order to do this, visit alaskaair.com and sign in to your mileage account.  Then do a search for a ticket and keep proceeding as if you will purchase the ticket. When you reach the Payment page, you will see a banner for the card which includes the $100 statement credit.

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This ad will appear when you get to the Payment page so you do not have to actually purchase a ticket or enter your credit card information on that page.

2) Unofficial Links

There are sometimes (but not always) direct links available on the internet that include the $100 statement credit.  This saves the time having to sign into your Alaska Airlines mileage account and make a dummy booking. Here is a link with the $100 statement credit that is currently working.

If you are planning to apply for an Alaska Airlines Visa® Credit Card, make sure the application page mentions the $100 statement credit. I always take a screenshot of the application page showing a higher bonus than what is officially offered just in case there is an issue.


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