Best Frequent Flyer Credit Card Bonus Sign-up Offers – Q1, 2012

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We haven’t posted any good offers for sign-up bonuses associated with getting a credit card in awhile. We publish a lot of great fares, but the best way to travel on the cheap is by using frequent flyer miles. Our reader, Ashleigh, asked us over Twitter what are the best frequent flyer offers available now. Here’s a rundown of the best frequent flyer credit card bonus sign-up offers:

Chase Sapphire Preferred – 50,000 Bonus Points. Signup Link (no affiliate link — so there’s no financial incentive for us to recommend this)

  • $3,000 spend for the first 3 months for the 50K bonus
  • First year fee waived
  • Points can be transferred to United, British Airways, and others at 1:1 ratio

Citibank AAdvantage – 50,000 Bonus Miles. Signup Link (no affiliate link — so there’s no financial incentive for us to recommend this)

  • $2,000 spend first 4 months for 40,000 bonus miles
  • Additional $5K within 12 months for the additional 10,000 bonus miles
  • $150 statement credit for first AA.com purchase (e.g., $150 off AA flight)
  • First year fee waived
  • If you already have a Citibank AAdvantage card, you still can receive the bonus if your last application was more than 18 months ago

Chase Ink Bold for Business – 50,000 Bonus Points. Signup Link (no affiliate link — so there’s no financial incentive for us to recommend this)

  • $5,000 spend first 3 months for 50,000 bonus points
  • First year annual fee waived
  • Points can be transferred to United, British Airways, and others at 1:1 ratio

The 50,000 bonus miles/points will be enough for 2 domestic roundtrip tickets or 1 roundtrip flight to Europe during off-peak season! That’s a great sign-up bonus!

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