The best Bank of America credit card with a $200 bonus is the Bank of America Cash Rewards Credit Card. It offers $200 for spending $1,000 in the first 90 days after opening the account. That’s one of the best cash back credit card bonuses currently available, and it’s made even better by the fact that the card has a $0 annual fee. In addition, BofA Cash Rewards offers ongoing bonus cash back on purchases, in a category of your choice plus at grocery stores and wholesale clubs. And Bank of America Preferred Rewards banking members earn 25% to 75% additional cash back on the card.
There are a number of other Bank of America credit cards that offer a $200 bonus, but most of them are co-branded with various companies or organizations. Some examples include the Susan G. Komen Cash Rewards Visa, the MLB Credit Card, the World Wildlife Fund Card and the U.S. Pride Card. There’s also a student-only version of the Cash Rewards card that offers the same bonus.
Lastly, there are a few Bank of America credit cards with a bonus valued at $200 or more, but you get points rather than cash back. Some options to consider include Bank of America Travel Rewards, Travel Rewards for Students and Premium Rewards. The co-branded Amtrak Guest Rewards Card and Sonesta World Mastercard offer $200+ points bonuses as well.
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