Recap: 35k Points Offer on Amex SPG Business Card, Citi Thank You Premier 50k Link, US Bank FlexPerks Olympic Promo and More

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1) There is once again a working  link for 50k offer on Citi Thank You Premier card. Find more info in my Hot Deals page, which I try to update on a regular basis. I actually added a non-affiliate link there earlier in the week, but it looks like it now pays us commission.

I consider this offer to be an excellent deal overall, and I’ll have a separate post on it next Monday. In fact, I plan to apply for this card in May as soon as I’m eligible for the bonus.

2) Avianca 60k miles offer is back. Apparently, somebody got a special code for it in the mail, but it seems to work for everyone. I can’t vouch for it, so apply at your own risk. Find more info in my Hot Deals page. According to reports from readers, if you had this card before, you won’t be approved again.

Despite the craziness that is Avianca program, getting 60k miles redeemable on Star Alliance carriers for $149 is a pretty good deal. I was able to burn 40k Lifemiles (plus $112 tax) on a one-way ticket from Sydney to San Francisco, so can’t really complain. But please, read this post first before applying. See more details on this offer on Doctorofcredit.

3) It looks like US Olympic team has won 9 Gold, 8 Silver and 6 Bronze medals. Why does it matter in the miles and points hobby? The US Bank FlexPerks promo, of course! That means if you apply for this card (non-affiliate link) through March 10th, you will be eligible for 32,100 FlexPerks points if approved. In turn, you can redeem them towards $482 in travel.

It is a pretty good deal, but the offer on US Bank Altitude Reserve is much better. However, you have to have an existing US Bank account in order to apply for it. I’m not sure if US Bank is using a different approval criteria for Altitude Reserve, though it wouldn’t surprise me. I just got a mailer from US Bank that you can now redeem points (including those earned on Flexperks cards) towards travel purchases without having to book through their portal. Nice!

4) According to Reddit, there is a working link for 60k points bonus on Chase Sapphire Preferred. The annual fee on that offer is NOT waived, but paying $95 for 10,000 Ultimate Rewards is a no-brainer. I’ve added this link to my Hot Deals page. If you’ve recently applied for Chase Sapphire Preferred, contact Chase via secure message and ask them to match it. It certainly won’t hurt to try.

5) The offer on Starwood Preferred Guest Business Card from Amex has been increased to 35k points. I had a post on it last year, and recommend you read it. This is a very good deal, but will not be the best fit for everyone due to high minimum spending requirements. The offer does pay us commission if you choose to apply through the site.

Main details:

  • Limited time offer! Earn 35,000 bonus Starpoints® after you use your new Card to make $7,000 in purchases within the first 3 months. Offer ends 3/28/18.
  • Earn 2 Starpoints® for each dollar of eligible purchases at participating SPG® & Marriott Rewards® hotels. Earn 1 Starpoint® for all other purchases.
  • Redeem Starpoints® for free nights at over 1,300 hotels & resorts in over 100 countries and for free flights on over 150 airlines with SPG Flights. Some hotels and resorts may have mandatory service charges.
  • Free, unlimited Boingo Wi-Fi at more than 1,000,000 Boingo hotspots worldwide. Enrollment required.
  • No Foreign Transaction Fees on international purchases and $0 introductory annual fee for the first year, then $95.

Click here to view various credit cards and available sign-up bonuses


Author: Leana

Leana is the founder of Miles For Family. She enjoys beach vacations and visiting her family in Europe. Originally from Belarus, Leana resides in central Florida with her husband and two children.

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