You can get the British Airways Credit Card 100k point bonus by applying for this card, getting approved and spending a total of $5,000 within 3 months of opening an account.
You can redeem British Airways points for British Airways airfare, hotel stays, car rentals and other travel purchases. The British Airways Credit Card 100k-point bonus is worth $1,200 when redeemed for British Airways airfare. That’s equal to between 2.5 and 4 round-trip flights from London and New York City on British Airways.
You can also redeem points for flights on other Oneworld alliance airlines. That includes American Airlines, Alaska Airlines, Cathay Pacific and more. Points do not expire as long as your account remains open.
Here is what you need to know about the British Airways Credit Card 100k bonus:
How to get it: You can get the 100,000 Avios after spending $5,000 in the first 3 months.
Who is eligible? New British Airways Credit Card cardholders.
Who is not eligible? Anyone who has earned the bonus in the previous 24 months.
In addition to the British Airways Credit Card’s 100,000 points bonus, the card offers plenty of other travel-friendly perks. You get 5 Avios per $1 spent with British Airways, Aer Lingus Aer Lingus, Iberia and LEVEL in the first 12 months (3 Avios thereafter), 3 Avios per $1 spent on hotels in the first 12 months (2 Avios thereafter), and 1 Avios per $1 spent on all other purchases.
There’s also a complimentary companion ticket for spending $30,000 in any calendar year. The British Airways Credit Card annual fee is $95.
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