BRITISH AIRWAYS – 100,000 BONUS AVIOS OFFER (3 DAYS LEFT)
As a Chase affiliate I am always appraised as to when offers will end and sometimes when they will launch. So I wanted to remind you that Chase will pull the British Airways 100,000 Avios offer on July 18th. I wanted to make you aware in case you are still trying to decide still. You have 2 days left.
The British Airways Visa is one of the most lucrative credit card bonus offered this year. In my opinion the 100,000 Avios option is for the high spenders and business customers and not average people like myself. But there is an easy 50,000 Avios up for grabs for a “pack of gum”. All you have to do is be approved and make your first purchase to receive the 50,000 Avios. This is 2 U.S. domestic tickets (25,000 x 2). If you & your spouse both get the card, there is an easy 100,000 British Airways Avios and 4 domestic tickets for your next family vacation.
BRITISH AIRWAYS VISA CARD DETAILS:
If you want to go for the full 100,000 Avios (which I think you should if it’s even remotely possible), be sure to check out my resource page here for lots of great ideas and creative strategies.
NOTE: You can create a family account and share these Avios. So it will be easy for husband and wife to combine their Avios or pool together avios with other family members.
My recommendation is to use these British Airways avios for U.S. or South America travel. The taxes to fly on British Airways from the U.S. to Europe are just outrageous in my opinion and waste the avios. Especially when you can fly using BA miles on American Airlines within the U.S. for 25,000 avios and $5.
The British Airways Visa is by far one of the best offer we will see with credit card sign up bonuses this year. So I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend it. Grab this card ASAP and start planning your next adventure!
2 thoughts on “BRITISH AIRWAYS – 100,000 BONUS AVIOS OFFER (3 DAYS LEFT)”
Recently the sign up link for the 100,000 Avios point version of this
card came back. It had that card before and Avios is a godsend for
short, expensive hops like from Japan to China.
@Jacobi – Good to know! Thanks!