Alaska Airlines 50000 Miles Credit Card! (USA)

Full Disclousre: Not an affiliate link. This is for Americans only but I felt it was worth publishing as I’ve never seen an offer like this.

Alaska Airlines 50000 miles (Targeted) Credit Card Signup

Reader Junyang forwards me this offer from his email:

Alaska Airlines 50000 Miles Signup Offer

Alaska Signup Offer

This directs to an Alaska Airlines 50000 miles signup offer which you can access through this link:

Alaska Airlines 50000 Miles Email Offer

Alaska Airlines 50,000 Miles Email Offer

  • UP TO 50,000 Bonus Miles by earning 25,000 Bonus Miles upon approval and an additional 25,000 Bonus Miles after making at least $1,000 in purchases within the first 90 days of the account open date
  • *Bonus Mile Offer: This one-time promotion is limited to new customers opening an account in response to this offer and is valid for a limited time by invitation only. This offer is not valid for customers that have applied for this product in the last 12 months.

The email he forwards me says that it’s targeted to Washington residents only, but he’s also told me that a friend who wasn’t targeted (but lives in WA) was approved through the link. So your miles may vary, although you could try your luck. I have never seen an Alaska Airlines 50000 signup offer, so this is one of the best offers I’ve ever seen for an Alaska Airlines Card.

Again for full disclosure, this is not an affiliate link. Also, I’m not liable if you are denied do not receive the bonus through the offer. There is risk in signing up for this offer and you may not receive the correct bonus. This is the Terms & Conditions from the email for the Alaska Airlines 50000 miles signup bonus:

†Alaska Airlines 50000 Miles offer. Bonus Miles offer is 25,000 miles for approved Visa Signature accounts, 5,000 miles for approved Platinum Plus® accounts or 3,000 miles for approved Preferred accounts. New Visa Signature cardholders are also eligible to earn 25,000 additional miles after making any combination of Purchase transactions totaling at least $1,000 (exclusive of any transaction fees, returns and adjustments) that post to their account in the first 90 days of account open date. Platinum Plus and Preferred cardholders are not eligible for the additional 25,000 miles promotion. Bonus Miles will be credited to your Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan™ account 3-4 weeks after approval/qualification. This one-time promotion is limited to new customers opening an account in response to this offer and is valid for a limited time by invitation only. This offer is not valid for customers that have applied for this product in the last 12 months. Card benefits are subject to certain restrictions, limitations and exclusions. Other advertised promotional bonus miles offers can vary from this promotion and may not be substituted. 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 Alaska Airlines, Bank of America, its affiliates, nor their employees provide tax advice.

††This offer applies to Visa Signature accounts. Different terms apply to Platinum Plus and Preferred accounts. Please refer to disclosures accompanying application for details.

(Tip of the Hat to Reader Mavis)

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  1. Wow… have been waiting a long time to pull the trigger on this card since I’ve never had it before. Just got approved using your link. Fingers crossed that they actually honor the 50K bonus offer!

  2. Nice find. By the way there is no offer “code” mentioned on the application but if you go to the right and click on “can i apply over the phone”, you will see the priority code which is VAB3E8. Sometimes these codes are extremely helpful, shows you are not making something up, particularly if you have trouble later not getting your bonus and need to call them.

    • OK Drew funny you should ask. Got the 25k card just 3 weeks ago for the first time. Saw this offer, called BofA. Asked them to match the offer. They said no. Rep said apply for the card again, she said she knows clients that have multiple active Alaska cards. Amazing she admitted that.

      So I did, a few minutes later. Was NOT approved. BUT I called the reconsideration phone numbers (Google them) was honest about already having the card, yet the guy said no problem, said I could have both cards, both promotions and just split the credit line. We’ll see if the 50k posts but pretty remarkable nonetheless.

  3. Ugh, at first I thought this was a Canadian offer! I’ve been holding out for a better bonus for Canadians before I apply, but that doesn’t seem likely, does it?

  4. I called in and gave offer code. They didn’t restrict it to any state.. Even Harlem counts! (Joke, I don’t live in Harlem). My rule on stuff like this is call in so if things go wrong you can blame the agent for not giving you full disclosure and thus they have to honor the deal.

    But BOY calling in is way more painful than an online application. Slow slog with foreign rep but she was super sweet.

  5. The T&C say: “You may be issued an Internal Revenue Service Form 1099 (or other appropriate form) that reflects the value of such reward.” Is this likely/probable? Will the recipient be taxed?

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